The Computer Vision Centre at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) is offering the following 4-year PhD studentships:
- CONCORDIA: CONtextualising the COntents in the Recognition of Document Images from Archives
- IVENDIS: Intelligent in-Vivo Endoscopic Diagnosis and Intervention Support Systems
INFORMATION RELATED TO THE POSITIONS:
The 2016 call has not opened yet, the information regarding dates and amount of the grants are the ones of the 2015 call. We’ll update this information as soon as the new call is opened.
Candidates must prove that they hold university-awarded Master’s degree or equivalent at the time of signing the contract (probable start date: October 2016). Candidates cannot already hold a PhD degree.
Terms and conditions:
The duration of the position is 4 years (48 months). The funding for each contract will be of 20.500€ (minimum gross salary for each candidate: 16.422€). For those candidates defending their thesis during the 3rd year, the funding of the fourth year contract will be 25.000€ (minimum gross salary for each candidate: 19.000,00€). The grant includes 4.750€ funding for research stays carried out during the predoctoral stage and 1.500€ funding for PhD tuition fees. The foreseen starting date of the studies is October, 1st 2016.
The successful candidate will join the research staff of the Computer Vision Centre (http://www.cvc.uab.es/). The Computer Vision Centre (CVC) is an internationally renowned centre devoted to research and applications of computer vision. The CVC is home to over 120 staff members and PhD students, and is a member of the Catalan Association of Research Centres (CERCA) and one of the recognised centres TECNIO of the Catalan government.