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Today's Topics:

JOB : Vision/Graphics Hacker - Scalable Display Tech - Cambridge, MA
JOB : CV Scientist - Motion Capture - Oxford, UK
JOB : CV Scientist - 2d3 Ltd - Oxford, UK
JOB : Imaging/CV Scientist - BioImagene - Sunnyvale, CA
JOB : Video Analysis Sr Research Engineer - Motorola - Schaumburg, IL
JOB : IP-CV Engineer - Cloud Cap Tech - OR, USA
JOB : Full Professor - Univ of Geneva - SW
JOB : Researcher - INO - Quebec, Canada
JOB : Postdoc - Univ of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI
JOB : PostDoc - Univ of Heidelberg - GER
JOB : Research Readership - Oxford Brooks Univ - UK
JOB : Postdoc - UC Riverside - CA, USA
JOB : Postdoc position - Univ Adelaide - AU
JOB : Postdoc - Univ Cambridge - UK
JOB : Postdoc - RPI - Troy, NY
JOB : RA/Doctoral Student - Univ of Oulu - Finland
JOB : Research engineer or postdoc - Institut Telecom - France
JOB : PhD Student - Universitat Aut�noma de Barcelona - SPAIN
JOB : Internship - Siemens Healthcare - Malvern, PA USA


From: Samson Timoner <>
Subject: JOB : Vision/Graphics Hacker - Scalable Display Tech - Cambridge, MA

Scalable Display Technologies is hiring for full time and internship
positions in Cambridge, Ma. We write machine vision and graphics
algorithms in order to make multiple projectors into gigantic,
eye-catching displays. For example, we make software that goes in 737
simulators, planetariums and runs 100 million pixel displays.

If you would like to hack with a bunch of other Ph.D.s and masters, work
with cutting edge software and hardware, and literally have your ideas
become a big, bright reality, drop us an e-mail. This is your chance to
work on algorithms that involve stereo vision, image processing,
graphics, and detection and estimation.

We do a lot of graphics and machine vision, and we have openings at all
levels (Ph.D., Masters & Bachelors). We are looking for:
* Machine Vision and/or Computer Graphics and/or Image Processing
* People who like to hack
* Proficiency in C++
* Efficient problem solving skills
* Someone not afraid of learning new skills, perhaps a new language.
* Some experience working in a team
* Some experience in industry (perhaps an internship)
* Proficiency in .NET a plus, but not necessary.
* Proficiency in OpenGL/DirectX a plus, but not necessary.

Compensation includes stock options, competitive salary, and health

Drop a resume at .


From: Paul Smyth <>
Subject: JOB : CV Scientist - Motion Capture - Oxford, UK

Vicon is the world leader in motion capture, developing high performance
software and hardware products for the entertainment, engineering and
medical industries. Vicon products have been used in most major feature
films and many games and TV commercials. We have offices in Oxford,
Denver and Los Angeles. The role is based in our Oxford development

Vicon seeks a senior computer vision scientist with excellent and
relevant research experience, gained in academic, public sector, or
commercial environments, to at least post-graduate level. Prototyping
and development takes place in Matlab, Python and C++. Excellent C++ and
software engineering skills are important. The successful candidate will
be working on developing technologies for marker and video-based motion

Experience of the following areas would be advantageous:
* Motion capture and human modeling
* Tracking and matching
* Multiple view geometry, camera calibration and structure-from-motion
* Image processing

Vicon offers a competitive remuneration package together with a
generous range of supporting benefits, including:
* Private medical insurance
* 10% salary company pension contribution
* Permanent health insurance
* Life assurance

For more information and an application form contact Ms Lesley Butcher
at with CV and salary history.


From: "Bob Castle" <>
Subject: JOB : CV Scientist - 2d3 Ltd - Oxford, UK

2d3 Ltd researches, develops, and produces products for the capture,
management, geolocation, enhancement, exploitation, and distribution of
aerial imagery. With an original background in film and visual effects,
2d3 has a broad portfolio of technologies applicable to sensing,
security and surveillance incorporating airborne ISR (Intelligence,
Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) from both manned and unmanned (UAV)
platforms. 2d3 has offices in Oxford, UK and Irvine, CA, USA. The role
is based in Oxford.

2d3 is seeking two computer vision scientists to join its expanding
research team. Candidates with experience in any of the following areas
would be considered:

* Image-based tracking (stabilization, SFM, SLAM, multi-sensor systems,
* Object detection, recognition, & classification (with/without
tracking, single/multi-view)
* Automatic mosaicing (using a range of matching methods)
* Photometric optimisation & matching
* Camera calibration & image rectification
* Novel view synthesis
* Super-resolution & compression artefact reduction
* Hyperspectral image fusion
* Terrain & townscape 3D modelling

Prototyping and development takes place in Matlab, and C++. Excellent
C++ and software engineering skills are important.

Further details about the role and the company can be found on the 2d3
website ( ), or contact Ms Lesley
Butcher at for more information and an
application form.


From: Chukka Srinivas <>
Subject: JOB : Imaging/CV Scientist - BioImagene - Sunnyvale, CA

BioImagene ( ), a leading company in digital
pathology and automated image analysis of slides, based in Sunnyvale,
California has an immediate and exciting opening for a senior-level
algorithm scientist.

The responsibilites of the successful candidate will be:
1. Design and prototype development of new and robust image
segmentation, classification, registration and learning algorithms for
cancer detection and aid in the interpretation of digitized images of
pathology slides.
2. C++ software implementation of the algorithms and integration
of the algorithms into imaging software base.
3. Interaction with the clinicians and academic and research community
in the areas of digital pathology and computer vision.

Desired Qualifications:
1. PhD in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or related field.
2. Strong academic background and at least 5-years of of industrial
R&D and product development experience in one or more of the
following topics:
Image processing, Medical Image Analysis,, Computer vision.
Familiar with the current research and tools in these areas.
3. Broad academic background in signal processing, statistical
pattern recognition, machine learning and related topics.
4. Industrial experience in applying the above technologies to
large scale practical problems and developing robust algorithms.
Experienced enough in wisely selecting and building upon the appropriate
set of algorithms.
5. Innovative, and have good problem solving and analytical skills.
6. Proficient in Matlab. Experienced in software design and development in
C/C++. Familiar with the software development process and large-scale
7. Enjoying working in a small and collaborative team environment.

The position is full-time and will include competitive salary and
benefits package. If interested, please send your resume and any
relevant information to: Chukka Srinivas,

Chukka Srinivas, Prinicipal Scientist
BioImagene, Sunnyvale, CA.


From: "Arora Himanshu-XFKC68" <>
Subject: JOB : Video Analysis Sr Research Engineer - Motorola - Schaumburg, IL

Video Analysis Senior Research Engineer

Department Description:

The Information & Content Enablers Lab within Motorola's Applied
Research Center researches and develops innovative content analysis &
processing technologies and applies them to create differentiating
capabilities in Motorola's products. We are a team-oriented research
group with expertise in video, audio, and text analysis and processing
technologies and their application to Motorola's home entertainment,
public safety, and enterprise businesses. Our video team's expertise
focuses on video/image analysis, computer vision, video processing and
compression technologies.

Job Responsibilities:

The candidate will be responsible for research, development, software
implementation, and testing of computer vision and video/image analysis
algorithms and their application to promising new business
opportunities. Job duties include:
* Research computer vision and video/image analysis algorithms, develop software
implementations of the algorithms, evaluate performance and refine the
* Collaborate in cross-functional teams to develop multimedia system prototypes,
integrating video algorithms and software;
* Generate patent disclosures covering the algorithms created and the systems
* Present results and demonstrations of research at internal meetings, internal
technical conferences, external professional conferences, and standards

Initial responsibilities will focus on developing computer vision algorithms
and system prototypes that analyze, automatically tag, and index video for
video search applications.

Basic Qualifications:

PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Electrical Engineering,
with a concentration in computer vision.

Specific Knowledge/Skills:
* Graduate-level studies in computer vision, machine learning, pattern recognition,
and video signal processing algorithms;
* 3+ years industry experience in the research, software implementation,
and application of computer vision and video/image analysis algorithms
is preferred;
* 5+ years experience programming using C, C++, and object oriented design
methods, including working knowledge of core libraries and design
* Experience using OpenCV for computer vision and video/image analysis algorithm
development; Matlab experience is a plus;
* Experience developing Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) software implementations
of computer vision and video/image analysis algorithms is also a
* Strong teamwork and communication skills, passion, creativity, productivity
and learning agility.

Please go to, click on the "Global Career Search"
on the left-hand side, and enter the Job ID number 88719 to view the job
description and submit your resume.


From: "Reedy, Caren" <>
Subject: JOB : IP-CV Engineer - Cloud Cap Tech - OR, USA

Image Processing / Computer Vision Software Engineer

Cloud Cap Technology is seeking a software engineer with experience in
video and image processing. We are currently developing new technologies
in mosaicking and video object tracking to be used with small unmanned
air vehicles.

The ideal candidate would have the following qualifications:
* MUST be US Citizen
* MS Degree in Computer Science or equivalent
* 5+ years developing in C++
* Excellent understanding of object oriented design
* Proven track record designing algorithms, from smallest tight processing
loops, to large scale system design
* Excellent math skills in 2d/3d geometry and transforms, linear algebra,
digital signal processing and filtering, and statistics
* Experience in computer vision or other aspects of image or digital video
* Understanding of tracking concepts using blobs, features, color or other
* Experience researching new technologies via journals and other sources
* Experience with Qt and Matlab
* Development experience in Windows
This position is offered in either our Hood River, Oregon, or Bothell, Washington,
offices. No relocation package will be offered. Please send your resume in
PDF format to Caren Reedy at .

Caren Reedy, B.S.
Cloud Cap Technology, Inc.
Export Compliance, Business Development
541-387-2120 x240 p., 541-387-2030 f.


From: Patrik Vuilleumier <>
Subject: JOB : Full Professor - Univ of Geneva - SW

Position of Full Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience is open in the
Faculty of Psychology and Center of Neuroscience, University of Geneva.

Job description:
- research in the fields of psychology and cognitive neuroscience
- collaboration with national and international research groups
- supervising doctoral theses.
- teaching in psychology and neuroscience at Bachelor's and Master's degree
- active participation to the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Center
(CIN) and Brain & Behaviour Laboratory (BBL) of UNIGE

The candidate will need to have the following qualifications:
- PhD in psychology or in cognitive neuroscience, or equivalent degree
- excellent teaching and organizational qualities
- demonstrated capability to perform original research (substantial list
of publications in high ranking peer-reviewed journals) in at least one
of the following fields: memory, development, learning, language,
perception, action
- ability to attract funding
- command or willingness to learn the French language.

The position is available as of August 1, 2010, or as soon thereafter as

Applicants are requested to send their application no later than January
8, 2010 to the following address:

Psychology Department � President F. Lorenzi-Cioldi
University of Geneva
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
Boulevard du Pont d'Arve 40
CH-1211 Geneva 4

The University of Geneva intends to increase the proportion of female
scientists, and therefore urges qualified women to apply.

Please consult the detailed job description as well as the conditions of
employment at the following address:

For more information : see also


Subject: JOB : Researcher - INO - Quebec, Canada

Researcher-Lidar remote sensing systems


As a researcher in the Remote Sensing Systems group, you will be actively
involved in the design, production, and characterization of remote sensing
instruments and systems (LIDAR) intended mainly for the energy and environment
sectors. Your responsibilities will be tailored to your level of experience
and may include developing remote sensing systems, conducting technical project
management, identifying client needs, and developing technical solutions
to these needs. You may be asked to take part in strategic planning of INO's
technical development based on the information compiled in your dealings
with clients.


* You hold a master's or doctoral degree in electrical engineering, physical
engineering, physics, or another related field.
* You have basic knowledge of remote sensing (LIDAR), spectroscopy, laser
optics, atmospheric propagation, fiber optic systems, acquisition and instrumentation
electronics, time-resolved detection, and system integration.
* Knowledge of system engineering concepts is a plus.
* You ideally have experience in water management or remote detection and
measurement systems for marine applications.
* Knowledge of marine environment transmission models is a plus.
* You communicate effectively in French and English, both verbally and in
* You are proactive, driven, and independent.
* You have outstanding interpersonal and teamwork skills.


INO offers exceptional professional development opportunities, competitive
salaries, and one of the most attractive benefits packages in the

Start date: January 2010

Notify us of your interest by December 23, 2009

Benoit Debaque
2740 Einstein Street, Quebec, Canada G1P4S4


From: "Chuan Zhou" <>
Subject: JOB : Postdoc - Univ of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI

A research laboratory in the Department of Radiology, University of
Michigan is looking for a highly-qualified, self-motivated post-doctoral
fellow to join our research program in computer-aided diagnosis. The
research will involve development of digital image processing, computer
vision, image analysis methods and software for detection and analysis
of abnormalities on medical images such as mammograms, computed
tomograms, tomosynthesis images, MR and ultrasound images.

The ideal candidate will have
�� a PhD degree in computer science, electrical or biomedical
engineering, or medical physics,
�� training or work experience in medical imaging, digital image
processing, computer vision, pattern recognition, artificial
intelligence, neural networks, machine learning, and statistics,
�� hands-on experiences in software design and implementation in C/C++
�� strong communication skills, and ability to work independently and
with an interdisciplinary team.

Any of the following qualifications will be a plus
�� knowledge and experience in medical x-ray imaging,
�� experience in development of graphics software and user interfaces,
�� experience in development of software in a group environment.

Candidates who possess a strong motivation to pursue academic research
are encouraged to apply. Interested applicants should send their
curriculum vitae and three names and telephone numbers of references to
the following address. The University of Michigan is a
non-discriminatory, affirmative action Employer.

To apply: CONTACT:
Chuan Zhou, Ph.D.
Univ. of Michigan, Dept. of Radiology
Ph: (734) 647-8554, Fax: (734) 615-5513


Subject: JOB : PostDoc - Univ of Heidelberg - GER

PostDoc in Biomedical Image Analysis at the University of Heidelberg

The Computer Vision group at the Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image
Processing (HCI) headed by Prof. Bj�rn Ommer and the Pain Research Group
of Prof. Rohini Kuhner at the Institute of Pharmacology have a joint
opening for a fully funded PostDoc position in Biomedical Image
Analysis. The biomedical objective of the project is to investigate the
structural plasticity of nerves under the effects of pain and diseases
in in-vivo tissue. Structural changes in the organization of different
types of peripheral nerve afferents (tactile nerves, nociceptors) are
studied in the periphery (skin) after chronic nerve injury. The
biomedical basis for this investigation are models of neuropathic pain,
a variety of knockout and transgenic mice, and living tissue imaging

The main focus of the PostDoc position will be on pursuing research in
Computer Vision to develop algorithms for the underlying, high
resolution microscope imagery that is provided by biologists---i.e.
image segmentation and enhancement of the microscopic images, as well as
recognition in and registration of large numbers of 3D image stacks.

The salary is TV-L13 and the position is to be filled as soon as
possible. Ideal candidates will have an excellent PhD degree in Computer
Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, or a related
field. They will have a strong mathematical background, solid
programming experience in C++ and MatLab, and a strong interest in
interdisciplinary research. A solid background in image analysis and
computer vision is expected and fluency in English is required (both
written and spoken). Prior experience in the biomedical foundations will
be helpful but is not mandatory since expert knowledge is already
provided by the Kuner group who are conducting the biological

If you are interested in an interesting interdisciplinary research
project then please send your complete application (including motivation
letter, complete curriculum vitae, score records, and recommendation
letters from two academic references) until February 26, 2010 by Email.
The screening process will already start before this deadline, so early
submissions are strongly encouraged.

Prof. Dr. Bj�rn Ommer
Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing (HCI)
University of Heidelberg

Prof. Dr. Rohini Kuner
Institute of Pharmacology
University of Heidelberg


From: "Philip Torr" <>
Subject: JOB : Research Readership - Oxford Brooks Univ - UK

Research Readership in Computer Science
Oxford Brookes University - School of Technology

Starting salary: =A346,509 rising annually to =A352,346

Negligible teaching activities!


Professor Philip H. S. Torr
Head Brookes Computer Vision Group
School of Technology, Oxford Brookes University, Wheatley,
Oxford, OX33 1HX
TEL +44 1865 484 592, FAX +44 1865 484 545


From: jhon gonzalez <>
Subject: JOB : Postdoc - UC Riverside - CA, USA

Opportunity for a Post Doctoral Researcher:

We are looking for an outstanding person with a strong background in
Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Image Processing, and Machine
Learning. The research project involves vehicle identification in video.
A Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science is required. The
position is available immediately. Please send your resume with
information about your availability to .

Jhon Gonzalez (Assistant to Dr. Bir Bhanu)
Center for Research in Intelligent Systems
University of California, Riverside


From: Anthony Dick <>
Subject: JOB : Postdoc position - Univ Adelaide - AU

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
Visual tracking in large camera networks

Australian Centre for Visual Technologies
University of Adelaide, Australia

Duration: 2 years

The Australian Centre for Visual Technologies (ACVT) is one of the
largest computer vision and image analysis research groups in Australia,
with expertise in video surveillance, image based modelling and video
search. Based in Adelaide, we currently number over 30 members including
academics, research staff and students, working on a mixture of "blue
sky" and commercially oriented research projects.

We seek a post-doctoral researcher to drive a 2 year project funded by
the Australian Research Council, investigating visual tracking in large
camera networks. The broad aim of this project is to explore tracking as
an optimisation problem. We have previously developed software to
discover connections between cameras in large networks, and are
interested in using these connections as constraints to track people as
they move between cameras.

Applicants should have a PhD in a relevant discipline with a background
in computer vision and particularly visual tracking algorithms and
discrete optimisation. We are looking for someone with experience in
C++, Python and/or Matlab. Written and oral English communication skills
are essential.

The successful applicant will need to work both individually and as a
member of a broader team, and may also have the opportunity to assist
with PhD supervision. The ACVT provides many opportunities for
collaboration within the Centre, with visitors and with international
partners. The primary output of the project will be quality
publications, but there is also scope for subsequent commercialisation.

Salary: University Level B (AU$73,228 - 86,960 depending on
qualifications), plus benefits. Funding for relocation and conference
travel is available.

Please email any queries or applications, including CV and publications, to:
Dr. Anthony Dick
Post: School of Computer Science,
University of Adelaide, North Terrace, South Australia 5005, Australia


From: "Dr R.E. Carazo-Salas" <>
Subject: JOB : Postdoc - Univ Cambridge - UK

Interdisciplinary postdoctoral position in cell polarity regulation,
at the University of Cambridge (UK)

A postdoctoral researcher position is available in my lab at the Gurdon
Institute, in the University of Cambridge.

My lab's main focus is on understanding how different cell shapes and
growth patterns can arise from a single genome, using interdisciplinary
Systems Biology approaches and yeast as experimental model organism.

This project will investigate how the genomic network of polarity
factors regulates activation, maintenance and inactivation of polarized
growth as cells grow and divide. The project will involve extensive use
of quantitative high-content microscopy and large-scale, automated image
processing and analysis of cellular population images.

The ideal candidate must have a PhD in image processing / computer
vision or a related subject, and be very enthusiastic, highly motivated,
with a record of excellence and excited to work in an interdisciplinary
environment. Experience with large-scale, high-content microscopy is a

Interested candidates should send a CV and contact information for two
references to: .

With best wishes,
Rafael Edgardo Carazo Salas, PhD
The Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge,
Tennis Court Road, Cambridge CB2 1QN, United Kingdom


From: Qiang Ji <>
Subject: JOB : Postdoc - RPI - Troy, NY

A postdoctoral research associate is available immediately with the
Intelligent Systems Laboratory (ISL) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
(RPI) in Troy, NY. We are looking for candidates with strong experience
in one or more of the following areas: facial analysis and recognition,
articulated human body tracking, and human gesture and activity
recognition. Knowledge and experience in probabilistic graphical models
and their application in these fields are especially welcome.
Interested candidates, please contact Dr. Qiang Ji at . Additional information about research at ISL
may be found at


From: Hannakaisa Aikio <>
Subject: JOB : RA/Doctoral Student - Univ of Oulu - Finland

The Machine Vision Group, University of Oulu, Finland, is renowned
worldwide for its expertise in computer vision. We collaborate with
other groups of similar status in Europe, China, USA and Japan.

The group is now searching for prominent candidates to work as


to accomplish doctoral studies in our challenging and inspiring research
projects. The work is carried out in a team consisting of other
postgraduate students and senior researchers. The research topics are
related to face analysis, biometrics and intelligent human-computer

The Machine Vision Group has reached outstanding results in face
recognition, recognition of facial expressions and visual speech
recognition by using Local Binary Patterns. Also, novel methods for
recognizing actions and gestures have been developed. The methodology
and its extensions are widely used and developed further within the
scientific community. The group is involved in European project
consortiums/proposals in this area.

An ideal candidate should have a completed Master degree (or equivalent
studies in a PhD program) in computer science or electrical engineering
with previous experience on computer vision. Programming skills with
C/C++/Matlab is desired. Also, good knowledge of spoken and written
English is required.

Duration of the contract is at first, one year. There is a good
possibility to apply for a graduate school position for max. 4-year term
from e.g. the Infotech Oulu Graduate School. As a Finnish University,
there is no tuition fee for the studies.

Starting salary for the position is currently 1900-2200 Euros per month
(before tax) depending on the qualifications. Additionally, doctoral
students have several possibilities to apply for personal grants,
tax-free to a certain amount annually.

You can apply by sending your resume (incl. a list of publications) via
e-mail to Professor Matti Pietik�inen, . For more
information on our research, please visit .


From: Patrick Horain <>
Subject: JOB : Research engineer or postdoc - Institut Telecom - France

The Institut Telecom offers an opportunity for a research engineer or a
post-doctoral fellow to take part in a French national research project
on hybrid computing (CPU+GPU) for compute intensive multimedia applications.

Patrick Horain, Institut Telecom / Telecom SudParis / EPH
tel.: [+33|0] 1 60 76 47 48


From: Simone Balocco <>
Subject: JOB : PhD Student - Universitat Aut�noma de Barcelona - SPAIN

The Computer Vision Center ( ) at the Universitat
Aut�noma de Barcelona invites applications for one PhD student in the
area of Object Recognition and Medical Imaging.

The approved candidates will be involved in an exciting Computer Vision
project on novel advanced methods based on object and pattern
recognition (multiple classifiers, mutual information, semi-supervised
techniques, video analysis, etc.) and medical image processing
(automatic segmentation, non-rigid registration and image enhancing
methods). The project will be developed in a narrow collaboration with a
major Hospital in Barcelona. The laboratory is seeking a talented and
motivated student with a strong background in mathematic, modelling,
image analysis, object recognition and algorithmic willing to join our

The research profile of the candidates should cover as much as possible:
- Programming experience in C++ and Matlab are compulsory.
- Written and verbal communication skills in English.
- Previous experience with Objective-C language would be highly

Applicants should submit:
- Curriculum Vitae (including photograph, personal data, grades, list of
publications, etc.),
- Cover letter, including names and e-mail address of 3 referees are
recommendable (the referees might be contacted),

Positions will remain open until filled.
The applications should be sent directly to the following e-mail address:

Mr. Balocco Simone, PhD
Computer Vision Center, Edifici O, Campus UAB
08193 Bellaterra (Cerdanyola), Barcelona, Spain

"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I
will learn." Benjamin Franklin.


From: "Zhan, Yiqiang (H USA)" <>
Subject: JOB : Internship - Siemens Healthcare - Malvern, PA USA

The Computer-Aided Diagnosis R&D Group at Siemens Medical Solutions USA
has openings for summer interns. We are specifically interested in
motivated Ph.D. students in the areas of computer vision, medical image
processing, pattern recognition and machine learning.

The CAD group at Siemens Medical Solutions USA is a young group
consisting of more than 150 employees world-wide. It delivers
trend-setting computer vision, pattern recognition and machine learning
software applications for clinicians and other medical professionals.

As an intern, you will join CAD's team of scientists in solving exciting
and challenging research problems with real-world medical applications.
The ideal candidate should major in computer science, electrical
engineering, biomedical engineering or a related field. Prior experience
in medical image analysis is a plus, but not required.

You will be expected to spend at least 12 weeks; however, there is much
flexibility in the starting and finishing dates (non-summer and longer
internships are also considered). We provide competitive salaries and
also strongly encourage all interns to publish.

In order to apply, please follow these steps:
- Email your CV to the address below
- Briefly (e.g., in half a page) tell us about what research and application
areas you would prefer to work on and during what dates you wish to join
- Request one letter of recommendation (preferably from your advisor) to
be emailed to us

Email the above to , with the subject "CAD
R&D Internships".

Please feel free to send emails if you need further information about
the internships.


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