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3 PhD Positions for Research in Machine Learning and Computer Vision

PhD positions are available for research in the following areas:

* non-linear component extraction
* learning in visual object memories
* visual object recognition

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In any of the projects above we are offering positions for qualified
post-graduate students. Applicants should have a Master degree (or
equivalent) in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Electrical
Engineering or Machine Learning. Strong analytical skills and
programming experiences are required for all projects. An interest in
computational and biological vision as well as in neuroscience is
desirable. We are interested in applicants with experience in Machine
Learning and/or Computer Vision as well as in applicants who graduated
in other areas. Good communication skills in English are essential.

The concrete PhD projects will be defined depending on the applicants’
background knowledge and research interests. The offered positions are
fully funded research positions with no or a limited amount of teaching
activities. We offer competitive salaries in the range of the
German BAT IIa level.

Research is carried out within the German Bernstein Network for
Computational Neuroscience (funded by the BMBF) and in collaboration
with the Honda Research Institute Europe (HRI Europe). Successful
applicants will work in international and interdisciplinary research
groups at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS),
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Germany.

Funding is planned to start in October 2008. The positions will be
filled as soon as suitable candidates are found.

For further information see:
http://fias.uni-frankfurt.de/~luecke/OpenPositions/OpenPositions.html

Application Procedure:

The review of applications will begin immediately.

Required application materials:

* a complete scientific curriculum vitae
* a copy of Master or Diploma certificate
* a short statement of research interests and achievements
* letters of reference (can also be provided at a later stage of the selection process)
* if possible provide a proof of proficiency in English (e.g., TOEFL or similar)

Please send electronic files and scanned-in versions of documents.
Files should be compiled into a ZIP archive.

Please direct your application to [email protected],
send a CC to [email protected]nda-ri.de, and use
“Application for PhD Position” as subject.

4 comments

  1. Dear Hiring Manager,

    I am glad to introduce myself as Sanket Korgaonkar, I am a Masters in Computer Science from Utah State University. I am keenly interested in a PhD in Machine Learning.

    I firmly believe I meet the requirements of the said position for the
    following reasons:

    1) M.S Thesis in the application of Machine Learning and AI
    techniques. With 2 years of Research and 1 year of Industry experience
    in s/w development.
    2) Projects and teaching experience in the area of Data Mining and
    Machine Learning.
    3) Experience in dealing with large scale real world data and
    analysis with a business perspective.
    4) Software fluency in Java,C, C++, C#, SQL., HTML
    5) Fluency in analytical tools like MATLAB and R.
    6) Proven analytical and organization capabilities.
    7) Experience in improving machine learning algorithms with
    publications in preparation.
    8) Close familiarity with all phases of SDLC.

    I strongly believe, I can do an outstanding job as a PhD candidate. Please review my resume attached with this email.

    I would greatly appreciate an opportunity to meet you and showcase my
    skills with respect to the specific job requirements. Eagerly awaiting
    your reply.

    Sincerely,
    — Sanket Korgaonkar

  2. Innocent Okoloko says:

    Dear Sir,
    Im a Nigerian. I hold the MSc in Embedded Systems and Robotics from Essex University UK, currently Im lecturing in University of Benin Nigeria. My area of interest is in intelligent navigation, by machine learning and object recorgnition, using sonar, laser and vision. I already have a placement to resume for the PhD in Mechatronic Engineering (Coordinated control of multi-agent systems) from Stellenbosch University South Africa for the Jan 2009 session. Is there any kind of financial aid I can recieve to help my studies? Many thanks in anticipation of a response,

    Innocent Okoloko.

  3. Innocent Okoloko says:

    Dear Sir,
    Im a Nigerian. I hold the MSc in Embedded Systems and Robotics from Essex University UK, currently Im lecturing in University of Benin Nigeria. My area of interest is in intelligent Navigation, by machine learning and object recorgnition, using sonar, laser and vision. I already have a placement to resume the PhD in Mechatronic Engineering (Coordinated control of multi-agent systems) from Stellenbosch University South Africa for the Jan 2009 session. Is there any kind of financial aids I can recieve to help my studies. Many thanks foir any response,

    Innocent Okoloko.

  4. S.M.Mambo says:

    Dear Sir,
    Am a Kenyan citizen currently teaching at Kenyatta University, ICT Department.I have MSc. in Radio and TV Engineering from Odessa Polytechnic Institute,Odessa,Ukraine and would like to do PhD research in the field of network management or frequency spectrum management.Kindly advice if your institution has an opening in this field and if so, i would request to be offered funding for research.
    Looking forward to your kind consideration.
    Yours faithfully,
    Maina Mambo.
    Contact telephone:+254-722-901229 or
    +254-738-366563

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