Opening for PhD/Postdoc/Visiting Scholar positions in Artificial Intelligence at UCSD

Applications are invited for multiple Postdoc/Visiting Scholar positions working with Professor Hao Su at University of California San Diego (UCSD) in deep learning for computer vision, computer graphics, and robotics. Research topics could be one of the following:

PhD student positions will be available in September, 2019; Postdoc and Visiting Scholar positions will be available from September, 2019. High dedication to research activity is expected for visiting scholars. Hired researchers will be part of Contextual Robotics Institute and Center for Visual Computing with many collaborative opportunities within and across disciplines.

Professor Su is interested in fundamental problems in broad disciplines related to artificial intelligence, including machine learning, computer vision, computer graphics, robotics. He is particularly interested in deep learning for 3D data understanding. He is leading the construction of ShapeNet, a large-scale 3D-centric knowledge base of objects, and used to work on ImageNet, a large-scale 2D image database. He also pioneers architecture design for 3D deep learning algorithms. He is the Program Chair of 3DV'17, Publication Chair of 3DV'16, chair and keynote speaker of various workshops at CVPR, ECCV, ICCV, and NIPS. For more information about Hao Su please check http://ai.ucsd.edu/~haosu

Established in 1960, UCSD is a leading research university in the world, whose faculty, researchers, and alumni have won 25 Nobel Prizes and 3 Fields Medals. It currently ranks 15th in the world according to ARWU'17 and U.S. News & World Report. The Computer Science and Engineering Department was spun off in 1987 from the Department of EECS, which is in a period of exciting growth and opportunity. The Jacobs School of Engineering recently announced a $75m gift to promote research in data science and further expand faculty hiring. Located in a seaside community, UCSD is within the city of San Diego and 2-hour ride from Los Angeles.

Successful applicants will have extensive research experience, an excellent publication record in one or more of the research areas above (not mandatory for undergraduate applicants), creativity, and strong communication, experimentation, and coding skills.

If you are interested, or have questions, please send email to Hao Su <haosu@eng.ucsd.edu>