Job Board

Researcher Officer / Senior Research Officer (Visual Place Recognition)

The School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering at the University of Essex is a large and dynamic department in the Faculty of Science and Health. The School is internationally known for its research in a range of areas and offers excellent education to its students and is now seeking to make two appointments at Research Officer and/or Senior Research Officer level.

You will support the Embedded and Intelligent Systems Laboratory's work on computer/robot vision systems in the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, as part of the recently awarded RICE Project funded by the EPSRC National Centre for Nuclear Robotics Flexible Partnership Fund. The RICE project brings together National Centre for Nuclear Robotics (University of Essex), Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (Queensland University of Technology, Australia), and University of Nevada (Reno, USA) for groundbreaking research in the area of visual place recognition for robotics in extreme environments, more specifically underground mining and nuclear decommissioning. It is a dedicated research programme combined with networking activities, including short-term and longer exchange visits of researchers and student placements.  

The specific focus of the post is to aid in the production of the deliverables associated with the RICE Project in conjunction with our partners, the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (Queensland University of Technology), and University of Nevada (Reno). The project will address the specific research needed for the challenging problem of robust vision to develop robotic vision algorithms to enable robots to perceive their environments and consequently act purposefully under the incredible range of environmental conditions possible, including low light, rain, snow, ice sleet, fog, smoke, dust, wind, glare and heat. You will get a chance to work closely with Prof Michael Milford, Prof Kostas Alexis, Prof Klaus McDonald-Maier and Dr Shoaib Ehsan on the RICE project.

More info | Contact: Dr Shoaib Ehsan | Posted on: 2019-12-04

Post-doctoral, Post-bac, and Research Assistant Opportunities in Cutaneous Imaging and Oncology Measurement


The Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) in Nashville, Tennessee is seeking motivated post-doctoral and other academically bound candidates to develop their translational research career in imaging of cutaneous manifestations of cancer and its treatments. Trainees in this well-funded program will enjoy a competitive salary, benefits, and ample resources to advance their career and research. Initial appointment will be for one year with annual renewal options. Multimodal dermatologic imaging techniques including 3D photography, hyperspectral imaging, and confocal microscopy, coupled to image analysis techniques including deep learning neural networks, will be applied in ongoing multicenter clinical trials and basic science research.


Candidates will benefit from a personalized research program catered to their goals utilizing resources and mentoring within the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (Madan Jagasia), Dermatology (Eric Tkaczyk), Computer Science (Benoit Dawant) and the Biophotonics Center within Biomedical Engineering (Anita Mahadevan-Jansen). This environment brings together clinicians, basic scientists, engineers and statisticians in close collaboration due to its interdisciplinary research and close physical proximity of the School of Medicine to the School of Engineering (100-200 yards).  Example publication:


All positions require a B.S. degree.  Post-doc fellows should have a Ph.D. or M.D. with expertise in at least one of the following: clinical translational research, computer science, dermatologic imaging, multivariate data analysis, image processing, optics, clinical device validation, clinical trials and study design, immunology, or biomarkers. The Vanderbilt University Medical Center is an equal opportunities employer.

Application and contact:

Interested applicants are requested to mail their CV, a one-page personal statement, and two letters of recommendation with reference phone numbers and email addresses to:

More info | Contact: Eric Tkaczyk, M.D., Ph.D. | Posted on: 2019-12-04

Tenure Track Faculty Positions

The Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver campus) is inviting applications for at least three positions at the rank of Assistant Professor.  We invite applications from candidates of outstanding scientific talent in each of three categories:

  1. artificial intelligence or machine learning; 
  2. systems, including computer architecture, networking and database systems; 
  3. all other areas of computer science. Appointment at a higher rank will be considered for an applicant of exceptional qualifications.

UBC Computer Science ranks among the top departments in North America, with a strong record of excellence in research and in graduate and undergraduate teaching. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2020.

A PhD in Computer Science or a related area is required. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related area by the start date and must demonstrate evidence of research success and a high potential to be leaders in their research field. Successful candidates will develop and maintain an internationally-recognized research program and are expected to effectively supervise graduate students, collaborate with other faculty members, obtain external funding, teach computer science courses for undergraduate and graduate students, and actively participate in departmental activities. The potential of an applicant's research program to complement and extend the existing research and teaching strengths of the department will be an important factor in selection.

Interested applicants should submit a CV, a research statement, a teaching statement, and letters from at least three references. The teaching statement should include a record of teaching interests and experience. Applicants should also include a statement describing your experience working with a diverse student body, as well as your past, present, and/or future contributions to creating/advancing a culture of equity and inclusion on campus or within your discipline.

Applications may be submitted online at  Review of applications will start on December 15, 2019 and continue until the positions are filled.

Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the BC Human Rights Code including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit or Indigenous person. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

For questions about the application process, contact Jim Little, Chair of Faculty Recruiting, at

More info | Contact: Jim Little | Posted on: 2019-11-27