PhD position 1: Machine learning based image processing (open)

An application is invited for a PhD position at the Stochastic Information Processing Group (SIP), Computer Vision and Multimedia Laboratory (CVML), University of Geneva, Switzerland. The successful applicant will be involved into research activity related to the development of machine learning based image processing methods in applications to astronomical data analysis. The candidate is expected to hold a MSc degree covering one of the following domains: machine learning or statistical signal/image processing or mathematics. Solid background in one or more complementary topics from the list are highly beneficial. The candidate should have strong programming skils in Matlab, Python or C++. This position will be supported by teh SNF NRP 75 Big Data.

If you have physical background you might be interested to have a look at this PhD position.

 

PhD position 2: Internt of Things (will be filled by Nov 15) - this position is closed

An application is invited for a PhD position at the Stochastic Information Processing Group (SIP), Computer Vision and Multimedia Laboratory (CVML), University of Geneva, Switzerland. The successful applicant will be involved into research activity related to the development of secure multimedia identification and authentication systems. The candidate is expected to hold a MSc degree in one of the following domains: machine learning, statistical signal processing, information theory, digital communications or theoretical physics. Solid background in one or more complementary topics from the list are highly beneficial.

The research will be performed in the close collaboration with the TU Einhoven, The Netherlands, and IRISA, Rennes, France.

 

SALARY for both both positions

About   50'000  CHF  per   annum  -  (see http://www.oanda.com/ for currency conversion).

STARTING DATE

immediate.

PROGRAMMING SKILLS

Experience in software development using Matlab is mandatory and C/C++ is desirable.

LANGUAGE

Excellent skills of speaking and writing English are mandatory, knowledge of French is welcome. French is the spoken language in Geneva so some knowledge of French is necessary, as well as the willingness to learn more in order to participate to department activities.

Applications should include a curriculum vitae and names and addresses of two references that may be contacted.

Contact

For further information and applications: please contact 


Prof. S. Voloshynovskiy
CUI - University of Geneva
7, route de Drize, CH-1227 Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Phone : +41(22) 379 0158; fax: +41(22)379 0079 
E-mail: svolos@unige.ch