PhD position in quality assessment for video surveillance applications [1 Attachment]
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Filter2, a French funded project in collaboration with the French homeland security ministry, is in the field of video protection (CCTV) and aims at developing an efficient video selection process in case of major events (attacks, crimes, …). In this context, a PhD fellowship is proposed between the GREYC Laboratory (Caen, France) and the XLIM Laboratory (Poitiers, France) for a three-year co-localised position. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of Dr. Christophe Charrier (GREYC) and Dr. Chaker Larabi (XLIM).
Prospective candidates should have good skills in Matlab/C/C++. Good skills in several of the following fields are appreciated: Computer vision, pattern recognition, quality assessment, image and video compression, machine learning. Applicants should demonstrate good oral and written communication skills in English, and be motivated to work as part of a multidisciplinary team. Besides, the candidate should show the motivation of working in the framework of a collaborative project with the constraint of being alternatively in two different geographical sites (Caen and Poitiers).
Applications should include the following :
Letter of interest
Official transcripts (with grades and ranking) for Master 1 and Master 2 (or equivalent)
List of publications (if any)
Name & contact information of at least 2 Referees
Application deadline: September 30th (application will be processed on the fly).