|Salary:||£36,333 to £40,745 per annum (Pay Award pending), Grade I / Pathway 2|
|Placed On:||17th March 2023|
|Closes:||23rd April 2023|
A strong and vibrant research team with steady-stream publications in high-calibre venues is looking for a postdoctoral researcher (26-months fixed-term) to develop novel approaches to multi-modal video understanding. The position is funded by two projects: EPSRC Program Grant Visual AI (PI: Andrew Zisserman) and EPSRC Fellowship grant Umpire (PI: Dima Damen). The applicant will thus be based in Bristol and collaborating with VGG in Oxford. The project will focus on integrating various input modalities (audio, video, depth) and output modalities (language, user feedback) to achieve better video understanding models
You will be working closely with Dima on her active research. Check Dima’s research interests and projects at: http://dimadamen.github.io/
Prior expertise in video analytics and deep learning methods with a strong publication track record is expected, including first-author publications in CVPR/ICCV/ECCV/BMVC/PAMI/IJCV/NeurIPS/ICLR.
What will you be doing?
Over the period of 26 months, you will be:
You should apply if
For informal queries, please contact: Dima Damen: Dima.Damen@bristol.ac.uk
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