June 2013 (READVERTISED!! We are still looking for an excellent candidate…): I have a Post-Doc/RA position available in my Robot Vision Group at Imperial College London. It’s on an exciting new collaborative project which has the aim of an integrated attack on the software, compiler, runtime/operating systems and architecture challenges in manycore computer systems, driven by 3D scene understanding. Our aim is to use real-time computer vision as a way of pushing the frontiers of the practical architectures and system software at the heart of future mass-market devices — building the foundation for future applications based on full awareness of the three-dimensional environment. The project is a collaboration with experts all the way through a vertical stack from application to architecture, led by Prof. Paul Kelly at Imperial College, Prof. Michael O’Boyle in Edinburgh and Prof. Steve Furber in Manchester (co-designer of the original ARM microprocessor).
Please see this advert for full details; forward to anyone who might be interested and get in touch with any questions.