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There will be a number of summer internship opportunities in my group for registered University of Cambridge students. The list of the internships can be checked on the UROP web-site.
The Computer Laboratory generally does offer internships for non-registered (non-Cambridge) students, so please do not contact me asking for such. The Computer Laboratory also does not take part in Erasmus exchange programs. We make exceptions from that rule only when the research interest of a visitor are well aligned with the interests of the group, or there is on-going collaboration between our group and visitor's home institution.
We are currently offering a fully-funded PhD position:
The studentship above is intended to tackle the challenges of future consumer cameras used in mobile devices. We are especially keen on the proposals that go beyond the state-of-the-art and try to foresee what cameras will be able to do in 5-10 years.
Basides the above advertised position, I am happy to supervise PhD students in the following areas:
We are looking for very strong candidates with background in Computer Graphics or Computer Vision, and with the interest aligned with the interests of my group. The candidates should preferably have an established track record of publications in good venues (SIGGRAPH, Eurographics, CVPR, ICCV, ECCV). If you are interested in applying for such a position, please contact me. The positions are either listed below or they will be officially advertised in due time. In either case, I am happy to discuss them informally.