The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)s Advanced Digital
Sciences Center (ADSC) in Singapore is looking for Ph.D. students with
experience and interests in image processing, computer vision, and/or
Applicants must qualify for an A*STAR scholarship program (SINGA or
AUIP) and will receive a Ph.D. degree from NUS/NTU or UIUC, respectively
(see www.adsc.illinois.edu/graduate-programs.html for more info and
The application deadline for SINGA is 1st June 2011 (January intake).
Research topics include:
Image selection/enhancement for automated photo album creation.
Stereo/3D perception modelling.
Computer-human interaction in augmented reality applications.
Identification and tracking of clouds.
Opportunities for students:
Work closely with ADSC researchers as well as local and Illinois
Focus on applied research and commercialization patents and
spin-offs are highly encouraged.
Multidisciplinary research projects and applications (e.g. biomedical).
Possibility to spend time at the Illinois campus.
Applicants must have:
A Bachelor's or Master's degree with excellent academic credentials.
Relevant research skills and exposure, demonstrated by projects,
internships, and/or publications.
Programming experience (C++ and/or Matlab).
Excellent English communication skills (oral and written).
Please contact Dr. Stefan Winkler (see signature) for more information,
or apply online via www.adsc.illinois.edu/graduate-programs.html.
ADSC (www.adsc.illinois.edu) is a research center established by the
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the Agency for Science,
Technology, and Research (A*STAR). ADSCs funding is part of the Human
Sixth Sense Program (HSSP), which focuses on the areas of interactive
digital media and networking. ADSC currently employs about 20 full-time
research staff, plus many engineers and students from around the world.
Stefan Winkler, Ph.D.
IDM Program Director/Principal Scientist
Advanced Digital Sciences Center (ADSC)
1 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore 138632
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