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AISB YouTube Channel

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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Research Engineer Position announcement at COMSEE, LASMEA laboratory, France

Research Engineer Position announcement at COMSEE

COMSEE (Computers that See) is a Computer Vision research team based at the
 LASMEA laboratory, located near Clermont-Ferrand in the central region of
We announce an opening for available position for a Research Engineer, 
 the framework of the ANR Project ODIAAC
 (Odometry for driving help in urban areas) involving many partners
 (LASMEA, CEA List, Dotmobil, Renault).
We are seeking someone to start the 1st october 2007, and the position 
 a one-year commitment (may be extended up to 6 months)
The goal is the acceleration of a SLAM method described in CVPR'06
 (title: Real-Time Localization and 3D Reconstruction).

Applicants should have a Master of Science or an Engineering diploma, strong
 programming skills in C or C++ (experience working in a Unix 
environment and
 graphic card with OpenGL is a plus), good background in applied math, 
and good
 skills in English or French.
If interested, please email a detailed CV (personal data, academic 
titles and
 degrees, list of attended courses and scores/ranks, completed projects ...)
 to before September 20th 2007.

More details: