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F/M post doctoral position Marine object detection based on distributed smart cameras

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General information

Reference : UMR6285-FLOLHO-005
Workplace : BREST
Date of publication : Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 18 months
Expected date of employment : 1 December 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : from 2648 € brut to 2848 € according to experiences
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years


The research context is the detection at run-time of marine objects (different types of watercrafts, buoys) by means of computer vision and machine learning. This is the topic of the ODESSA project that associate the Lab-STICC CNRS Lab and two French Companies: Exavision and Inpixal which have strong experiences in the domains of cameras and image processing. The project also includes the implementation of the proposed method within a smart-camera (vision sensor + processing element) implementing the proposed method. This smartcam is designed to be fixed on the infrastructure of a port or embedded on a light boat.
The proposed postdoc position is an extension of the ODESSA project. The first objective is to study how distributed cameras providing different angles of view for the same scene can be used to improve both learning and inference phases. The second objective is to study how to distribute the proposed approach over a network of smartcams that will cooperate to improve the identification process.


- Survey of the state of the art considering the marine context
- Development and simulation of new distributed algorithms
- Software development


- Computer vision
- Machine Learning
Additional useful knowledge : Embedded systems, GPU

Work Context

The Lab-STICC is a multidisciplinary research laboratory in the field of information and communication science and technology. Researchers works in a single structure within one central theme:"from sensor to knowledge".

The Lab-STICC incorporates more than 560 people. The staffs are located over the different institutes on several geographical sites in Britanny: Brest, Quimper, Lorient & Vannes.

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