EVOCATION MSCA Innovative Training Network: One Early-Stage Researcher (ESR) Fellowship (PhD position) available at CRS4
We are happy to announce the availability at CRS4 of One Early-Stage Researcher (ESR) PhD position in the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network on Advanced Visual and Geometric Computing for 3D Capture, Display, and Fabrication (EVOCATION). This project has received funding from the European Union’s (EU) Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN Project under grant agreement No 813170.
1. FIRST, REGISTER HERE: https://evocation.eu/recruitment/apply/
2. THEN, APPLY HERE, SENDING ALL REQUIRED FORMS BY EMAIL: http://jobs.crs4.it/show/jo-48-0564
Open ESR fellowship
The open position at CRS4 is for an Early Stage Researcher in computer science with a focus on interactive 3D computer graphics and computer vision. The specific research topic is the following:
ESR03: Scalable reconstruction and exploration of complex indoor environments – the fellow will study techniques to apply prior knowledge for the extraction of structured representation of multi-room environments from incomplete and noise sampling data. Methods for the representation and display of the recovered structures will be also studied. Expected results include scientific publications and prototype implementation of indoor capture and exploration systems.
On the part of the applicant, this requires interest not only in visual-computing-related algorithms and data structures but also in collaboration with domain scientists and other institutions. Furthermore, a strong interest and good skills in learning new programming frameworks, 3rd-party code and applied mathematics is necessary, as the targeted research project also builds on other and previously developed techniques. The main goal is to conduct excellent research, generating results which are published and presented in top international journals and conferences, while being practically applicable for solving challenging large scale visualization problems. The activities will not only include research and continuing education for network articipants, but also support in teaching (esp. to other network participants), as well as system/software maintenance and administrative tasks. The work will include also pursuing a PhD degree at the University of Cagliari.