Ph.D. vacancy in Machine learning for Novel Imaging Systems, co-funded by Amazon and QuantIC

Ph.D. vacancy in Machine learning for Novel Imaging Systems at the University of Glasgow, supervised by Prof. Roderick Murray-Smith

Available immediately, part-funded and run in collaboration with Amazon Research and QuantIC , the UK Quantum Technology Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging, .

There will be opportunities for applying for internships at Amazon’s labs in Cambridge, Berlin or Seattle during the Ph.D.

The project will use machine learning frameworks such as Deep Convolutional networks and autoencoders with novel imaging techniques, including single-pixel cameras, hyperspectral imaging, 3D from ultra-precise timing and low-photon count imaging. The work will use novel imaging systems developed within the QuantIC hub.

The stipend funding is at standard UK rates (£14,553), and includes fees. Please note: this stipend and fees are only available for UK/EU citizens.

Please apply by sending a c.v. to ASAP to Roderick.Murray-Smith@glasgow.ac.uk with the final deadline being the 10th December 2017. The successful candidate will be able to start immediately.

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