[Comp-neuro] Deep learning for video analysis | Postdoc / RA positions available
thomas_serre at brown.edu
Tue Mar 27 14:45:42 CEST 2018
The computational vision research group, headed by Dr. Thomas Serre at
Brown University, has an opening for a research assistant and/or a
postdoctoral fellow to work in the area of computer vision and deep
learning. The applicant will have the opportunity to develop
state-of-the-art machine vision algorithms and join various
multi-disciplinary projects ranging from evolutionary biology to behavioral
and developmental science.
Candidates are expected to have a strong background in modern computer
vision and machine learning methods and a solid experience with modern deep
learning libraries (tensorflow). An interest in biology and applications
of computer vision to the biological sciences would also be a plus but is
not a requirement for the position. The start date is negotiable though an
early start is strongly preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience
and is competitive.
Research group: Information about Dr. Serre and his research group can be
found at http://serre-lab.clps.brown.edu. Through Brown’s Center for
Computation and Visualization (https://www.ccv.brown.edu), our group has
access to a state-of-the-art computing facility with includes over 300K GPU
cores and over 500 Teraflops of GPU computing power.
Application: Please send your applications by email to
thomas_serre at correct_university_name.edu where ‘correct_university_name’
should be replaced by ‘brown’. Please include a brief statement of
interests and a curriculum vita (no letters of reference required at this
stage). There is no deadline for the application but applicants are
encouraged to apply as soon as possible as the position will be filled as
soon as a suitable applicant is found.
Thomas Serre | GMT -5:00 EDT | T: +1 401-484-0750
Associate Professor of Cog Ling & Psych Sciences | Brown University
URL: goo.gl/G69SaF <http://serre-lab.clps.brown.edu> | Google Talk: tserre
| Skype: thomas.serre
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