[Imageworld] PhD Scholarship - Computer Vision / Image Processing
du at csse.uwa.edu.au
Fri Dec 12 08:25:00 CET 2008
The School of Computer Science and Software Engineering at The
University of Western Australia currently has one Australian
Postgraduate Award (Industry) (APAI) scholarship available for a PhD
research project commencing in 2008--2009, as part of an ARC Linkage
Project with collaborating organizations: UWA, The University of
Melbourne, and the Industry Partner, SenSen Networks Pty Ltd, based in
We are seeking a highly motivated student with a good mathematics
background. Preferably, the student will have a knowledge of computer
vision and/or image processing. The successful applicant must be
capable of undertaking computer implementation of algorithms.
The student will join an inter-disciplinary group of researchers,
involving computer scientists, engineers and mathematicians, and have
the opportunity to work closely with the industry partner.
The overall project is in the area of people and object video
surveillance. It will involve the development of video-based system
for surveillance applications. A focus of the PhD student project is
in self-calibration of the system of cameras to accommodate real-time
variability in environments.
Open to Australian and New Zealand citizens and permanent residents.
Applicants must hold an honours (minimum 2nd class) degree in a
computer science, mathematics, or engineering discipline.
STIPEND DURATION & AMOUNT
The scholarship is worth $26,669 p.a. tax free (2009 rate) (with extra
top-up from the industry partner). This stipend has a three year
duration and may be extended for a further 6 months. For applicants
Western Australia a contribution will be made towards relocation costs.
Applications will be accepted until the scholarship is filled. For
further information, please contact:
Dr Du Huynh
School of Computer Science and Software Engineering
The University of Western Australia, M002, Crawley, WA 6009
Ph: (08) 6488 2878 Fax: (08) 6488 1089
Email: du at csse.uwa.edu.au
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