Grant Funded Researcher (B/C) in 3D Mesh – Australian Institute of Machine Learning

Closes 25 January.

Be part of the Australian Institute for Machine Learning – the largest computer vision and machine learning research group in Australia and contribute to world leading Augmented Reasoning research projects. The Centre for Augmented Reasoning, headquartered within the Australian Institute for Machine Learning, is seeking to recruit Grant-Funded Researchers at Level B or Level C in augmented reasoning machine learning.

The postdoctoral researcher for Learning to build a 3D mesh for computer graphics, in CAR Research Theme of ‘Photogrammetry and 3D Modelling’, will be supervised by Associate Professor Anthony Dick. The role will contribute to the centre’s objective to progress computer vision using 3D sensor technologies to better suit applications beyond simple viewing. This project proposes a new geometry processing pipeline capable of transforming unstructured 3D data acquired with commodity sensors, into a well-structured fit for purpose polygonal mesh. The output of this processing can be used directly in the industrial contexts that make intensive use of structured 3D assets, like manufacturing, games, computer-aided design, or animations.

  • (Level B) $102,952 to $121,779 or (Level C) $125,537 to $144,368 per annum plus an employer contribution of up to 17% superannuation may apply.
  • There is one 2-year fixed-term position available, with the possibility of an extension, subject to project end-date. Flexible work arrangements can be negotiated with the right candidate.