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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Research scientist positions in computer vision/graphics at SIAT, CAS, China

http://www.siat.ac.cn/en/
Contact: rchung@mae.cuhk.edu.hk

Applications are invited for research scientist positions available
immediately at Culture Integration Engineering (CIE) laboratory, Shenzhen
Institute of Advanced Technology (SIAT), Chinese Academy of Sciences
(CAS). CIE lab is established by Prof Chi-Kit Chung, Prof Yeung Yam and
Prof Kin-chuen Hui in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The mission of
CIE lab is to conduct applied research on display of Chinese culture,
historical buildings, crafts and art visually and virtually. Much of the
work in CIE lab will use the knowledge of computer vision, image
processing, computer graphics, and statistical learning. Besides culture
related research topics, research members in CIE lab have freedom to
conduct their own promising research in computer vision/graphics, image
processing, and learning areas.

The research scientist positions are initially for two years and then will
be permanent. Successful candidates should ideally hold a PhD in computer
vision, computer graphics, and/or machine learning, and have good research
and publication record. The job positions will be based at SIAT, CAS,
Shenzhen, China (http://www.siat.ac.cn/en/).

Further enquires can be made by email to Prof Chi-Kit Chung:
rchung@mae.cuhk.edu.hk and Dr Kui Jia: kui.jia@sub.siat.ac.cn .

Applications including a CV, and representative publications in pdf format
should be sent electronically to Kui Jia at kui.jia@sub.siat.ac.cn .