Ph.D. position in video surveillance and privacy
The closing date for this job submission has passed.
Multimedia Image processing Group (MIG) for Security, Safety and Forensics of EURECOM, offers a Ph.D. position from March 1st, 2014.
Privacy issues in multimedia systems and services are gaining increased importance in society at large. New algorithms are needed to protect privacy of individuals, while at the same time allowing them to take full advantage of existing and upcoming systems.
The retained Ph.D. candidate will have to design and implement solutions for protection of privacy in video surveillance. This work will include some studies on new video sensors (e.g. ultra high definition cameras and mini drones).
The exact final research topic of the new researcher will also be chosen so as to match his/her experience aiming at maximum productivity.
Applicants should have experience in image/video signal processing and hold a MSc in relevant fields (electrical engineering, or computer science). Excellent programming skills in C, C++, Matlab are essential. Strong knowledge and experience in video and image processing, compression, multimedia security, and computer vision are important.
Interested candidates should send their applications to Professor Jean-Luc DUGELAY (firstname.lastname@example.org) . Applications must include electronic copies of the following:
- Curriculum Vitae,
- names of two references.
- A motivation letter
- University transcripts.
Selected applicants for an interview will be contacted by email.
- email redacted
- Related URL
- EURECOM Sophia Antipolis
- Topic Category
- Biot, France
- Closing Date
- May 1, 2014