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The Department of Computer Science invites applications for Assistant Professor (tenure track) in Computer Vision

We seek strong candidates specializing in capture, processing, synthesis, and reproduction of three-dimensional geometry, animation, and appearance.

We seek strong candidates specializing in capture, processing, synthesis, and reproduction of three-dimensional geometry, animation, and appearance. We particularly emphasize acquisition through computer vision and other machine sensing methods, but welcome all applicants whose work complements our current faculty’s efforts in graphics and interactive techniques, including, e.g., such areas as computational photography, computational displays, geometric modeling, and personal virtual reality.

For full consideration, apply by 4 June 2015 at 23:59 o’clock Finnish time. For further information, please visit http://cs.aalto.fi/en/careers/assistant_professor-tenure_track-in_computer_vision/

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