Anton van den Hengel Professor, School of Computer Science, The University of Adelaide


Positions available at the Australian Centre for Visual Technologies

The Australian Centre for Visual Technologies has multiple vacancies for post-doctoral researchers within a range of areas in Computer Vision, Robotics and Machine Learning. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to work with the large team of researchers in Adelaide where ACVT is based, as well as with other leading national and international academic and industrial partners. Research areas include, but are not limited to:

Researchers will be supervised by members of the ACVT, including Prof. Ian Reid, Prof. Anton van den Hengel, A/Prof Chunhua Shen, and Dr Gustavo Carneiro and will join a large, and growing, group of world * class researchers working in this rapidly developing area.

Duration: 2 years initially, but with the option to extend

The Australian Centre for Visual Technologies (ACVT), located at the University of Adelaide, is the largest computer vision and machine learning research groups in Australia. Based in Adelaide, we currently number over 50 members including academics, research staff and students. We work on a mixture of fundamental and commercially oriented research projects in computer vision and machine learning, and have a strong track record of publication in the top venues.

Each successful applicant must have:

Salary: University Level B (AU$83,620 to 93,027 depending on qualifications), plus benefits. Some funding for relocation may be available. The ACVT has a generous conference attendance funding scheme for papers accepted to the major conferences.

The closing date for applications is 11:59 PM Wednesday 9 April, 2014, Australian Central Standard Time (UTC+9.30). Please be sure to include in your application a full CV (including a publication list and statement of research expertise and interests) and the names of two referees.

Please email any queries and/or applications to: Mr Ian Will,, quoting reference number 3287.