Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Video Coding (work from home)

 
  • Federation University Australia
  • Australia, Vic
  • Oct 11, 2020
Technology Full Time - Fixed Term

Job Description:


About the role
Support the delivery of funded research projects, as outlined in the project agreements and contribute to other research activities related to image processing and machine learning.

You will:
About the project
The ARC Discovery project will focus on efficient multi-view video coding with cuboids and base anchored models. This project aims to address current deficiencies in multi-view video coding technology to achieve the ultra-compression efficiency demanded by increasing display resolutions and synchronised viewpoints. The project expects to generate new knowledge, by moving from the current pixel-centric approach to methods that concentrate information common to many view-frames. The project is expected to improve compression of audio-visual services that are of great interest to international standards bodies and industry, while facilitating free interaction and augmented reality. This project will provide significant benefits to broadcast, entertainment, surveillance and health industries and position Australia as a world leader in this field.

About you
To be considered for this position, you will have demonstrated:
COVID-19 - Federation University has implemented processes to assist all staff and students to operate safely and effectively, with home and campus-based work undertaken where possible. This position is currently a work from home position and may be subject to change as our response to COVID-19 develops.

Please note that applications will be prioritised from those with current working rights in Australia and who are not affected by travel restrictions. We warmly welcome applications from international applicants to be considered for future opportunities and all applications will be considered provided they meet the requirements of the role.

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How to apply:
Please apply by Sunday, 23 October 2020.

Applicants are required to address the Key Selection Criteria, to view the Position Description, please click here: 849812..pdf

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