We are seeking an exceptional UK/EU PhD candidate to study in the
prestigious in the Institute of Perception, Action and Behaviour (IPAB)
at the University of Edinburgh. The successful candidate will have an
opportunity to work on cutting-edge computer vision and machine learning
research projects using Deep Learning. The goal of this project is to
develop the next generation of deep learning systems for computer vision
with a focus on multiple-task learning from videos. The successful
candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with leading computer
vision and machine learning groups in the UK and Europe.


University of Edinburgh


We are looking for creative and motivated applicants with, or expected
to obtain soon, a 1st Class Honours degree in a relevant discipline,
including Informatics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering but not
limited to. Basic programming skills (python, c++, MATLAB) are required.
Previous experience on machine learning and computer vision, for example
object and action classification, is appreciated but not a requirement.

Educational level:

Master Degree

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