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TU Braunschweig
Institut für Computergraphik
Mühlenpfordtstr. 23
38106 Braunschweig
Germany

At the Institute of Computer Graphics at TU Braunschweig we are working on topical problems in Visual Computing. More information about us can be found at https://graphics.tu-bs.de/

For our institute's involvement in the Cluster of Excellence consortium "EXC PhoenixD", we are looking for a PhD student  (m/f/d) with a Master's degree in mathematics, computer science, physics, or electrical engineering with excellent programming skills in C/C++ and/or Python and a background in computer graphics, computer vision, numerical optimization, and/or experimental optics.

The research topic concerns computational imaging, specifically differentiable rendering and inverse problems methods for speckle imaging. Experience with one or more of these research topics is an advantage. As a research assistant you will be involved in the teaching activities of the institute, especially in the areas of computer vision and digital image processing. Besides proficiency in German, a very good command of English is essential to publish your results and present your research at international conferences.

The position is remunerated according to TVL-E13 (West). Salary level will be determined according to the applicant's qualifications. This is a full-time position that is not suitable for part-time work. The position is initially limited to two years with the prospect of extension.


Application Instructions

Please send your complete application documents (curriculum vitae, copies of your academic diploma, report cards as well as an informal cover letter in which you describe your research experience and interests) by e-mail to:

sekretariat@cg.cs.tu-bs.de

Severely disabled persons are given preference in the case of equal suitability. Proof of disability must be enclosed. Applications from people of all nationalities are welcome. The Technical University of Braunschweig strives to reduce underrepresentations in all areas and positions. Therefore, applications from women in this area are particularly welcome.

For the purpose of carrying out the application process, your personal data will be electronically stored. Application costs cannot be be reimbursed. If you have submitted your documents by postal mail we ask for your understanding that applications that have not been considered can only be returned if you included a self-addressed and stamped envelope with your application.


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Contact Person
Prof. Marcus Magnor
+49-531-391-2102