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2018-05-30 Support and lead research in innovative research projects on computer vision, pattern recognition and machine learning (e.g. in image classification and
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Researcher Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition

Dienstort St. Pölten Niederösterreich Unternehmen Fachhochschule St. Pölten GmbH
Beschäftigungsart Vollzeit Position Projektleitung Gehaltsangabe 47.600,00 € /brutto Jetzt online bewerben

Researcher Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition

Fachhochschule St. Pölten GmbH am 10.07.2018 in St. Pölten




The University of Applied Sciences in St. Poelten, Austria is both locally positioned and globally oriented with a focus on offering best facilities for quality education in the fields of Media, Informatics, Traffic, Health and Social Sciences. The interdisciplinary environment enables novel collaboration at the interface between teaching and research, facilitating solutions for both the economy and society. About 3,000 students are receiving a practice-oriented academic education in 17 undergraduate and postgraduate courses and numerous opportunities to obtain further training.

This position is vacant in the research group Media Computing.

Researcher (m/f)
in Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition

(40 h/week)

Your responsibilities
  • Support and lead research in innovative research projects on computer vision, pattern recognition and machine learning (e.g. in image classification and segmentation, 3D surface classification)
  • Development of methods for pattern analysis and classification with a focus on deep learning
  • Writing of scientific publications and presentations
  • Support the writing of scientific research project proposals and assist in project acquisition
  • Take responsibility for research projects (e.g. as work package coordinator or project lead)
  • Opportunity to support teaching
Your qualifications
  • Finished (or soon to be completed) PhD in Computer Science or any comparable technical study
  • Substantial knowledge in machine learning, computer vision, pattern recognition and statistics
  • Excellent knowledge of Matlab, Python, and GPU-based development
  • Long-time experience in deep learning frameworks, e.g. TensorFlow, Keras, Torch is an advantage
  • Knowledge in Java and/or C/C++ and Linux is an advantage
  • Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English (ability to write scientific texts in English)
  • Willingness to learn or improve the German language (for non-natives)
  • Organized, motivated and the ability to work as an autonomous and flexible researcher in an interdisciplinary team
  • Enthusiasm for research and constant curiosity for new developments
  • Experience in performing independent research on own responsibility and publishing scientific work
We offer

You can expect a long-term employment in the dynamic environment of an ambitious and achievement-oriented University of Applied Sciences. We offer attractive career opportunities and work conditions (e.g. home office, flexible working hours, office close to Vienna). Support in pursuing a PhD and working in a team of highly motivated and experienced experts. The opportunity to shape novel solutions and innovations with your knowledge and exciting tasks and steep learning curves on basic and applied research, support for further training.

The minimum gross salary for this position is € 47,600 per year based on 40 h/week. Overpayment based on the internal salary structure and individual qualifications and experience is possible. We attach great importance to diversity and equal opportunities. Women are explicitly encouraged to apply. This position is suitable for qualified persons with disabilities.

Online Application

You may apply online (application form in German) or send your application to: bewerbungen@fhstp.ac.at

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