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Maia Zaharieva <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 7 Jan 2013 04:58:59 -0500
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The Multimedia Information Systems Research Group at the University of Vienna is seeking to recruit a Research Assistant in the field of multimedia retrieval.

You will work on project funded by the Vienna Science and Technology Fund (WWTF) and focused on video mining in media repositories. The main objective of the project is the detection of unusual and, thus, potentially interesting sequences in large video collections. Core components include dynamic feature selection, multimodal sequence representation, and data mining and clustering. Candidates should be qualified for and willing to perform state-­of-the-art research, and to acquire a PhD degree in the above topics.

You should have excellent communication and social skills since you will be working in a small dynamic and inter-university team as well as conducting research independently. You are expected to collaborate on publications with other members of the project team with the aim of publishing in top tier international journals and conferences in the field of multimedia retrieval. You will have the opportunity to get involved in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level. Additionally, you may participate in the University of Vienna’s human resources development scheme. We offer a great working atmosphere as well as remuneration according to the collective bargaining agreement §48 VwGr. B1 (praedoc), 30hours/week for a maximum of the full project time (3 years). 

The University of Vienna is an equal opportunity employer actively committed to ensuring diversity in all campus employment.

Minimum requirement profile
‐ Outstanding Master or Diploma thesis in Computer Science or related field
­‐ Experience in visual-based media analysis and retrieval
‐ German and English language skills

Your application should include the following documents (preferably as one PDF document): Letter of intent, Scientific CV, Abstract of Master’s thesis, Certificates, List of publications (if available), References (if available)

Application deadline: January 20th, 2013

Contact: Dr. Maia Zaharieva (maia.zaharieva ’at’


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