Multiple fully-funded PhD and postdoc positions on computer vision, point cloud processing, and deep learning Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e, http://www.tue.nl)
is looking for PhDs and postdocs to strengthen its research on vision-based sensing for autonomous vehicles and robots. TU/e is one of Europe's leading technical universities. The Eindhoven area, in the southern part of the Netherlands, is one of Europe's top 'innovation ecosystems', with many high-tech companies and institutes. TU/e is intertwined with many of these companies, like TomTom, Navinfo, NXP, ASML, Philips, DAF trucks, and many others. Research at TU/e is characterized by a combination of academic excellence, industrial relevance, and societal impact.
The positions are fully funded and are in cooperation with many partners from academia and from industry. We are looking for candidates having a background in the following areas:computer VisionLiDAR/point cloud processingthermal imagingartificial intelligencedeep learningsensor fusionautonomous vehicles/robotics
Below you find more information on the project and on how to apply.Project information:
All PhD projects have a duration of four years and are fully-funded. They focus on various aspects of sensing for autonomous vehicles and robots. The PhD candidate will be asked to research and develop novel sensing algorithms. Specific topics include, but are not limited to:Semi-supervised and unsupervised domain adaption to improve robustness of video/point cloud instance-level semantic segmentation (and other perception tasks).Exploiting spatio-temporal coherency to improve both robustness and efficiency of video/point cloud instance-level semantic segmentation (and other perception tasks).Spatio-temporal reasoning to enable anticipatory behaviorTask-aware Semantic Simultaneous Localization and Mapping using a topological-metric hybrid approachGroup information:
You will be a member of the Mobile Perception Systems lab (www.tue-mps.org
), which is led by Dr. Gijs Dubbelman
and which is part of the SPS/VCA research group. The SPS/VCA research group is focused on computer vision, ranging from medical image analysis, to surveillance, and intelligent vehicles. The Mobile Perception Systems lab is rapidly growing and successfully targets robotics, ITS, and computer vision conferences and journals, like ICRA, IROS, ITSC, T-RO.