Reference : UMR6285-FLOLHO-013
Workplace : LORIENT
Date of publication : Thursday, May 12, 2022
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 4 months
Expected date of employment : 1 September 2022
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : from 3821.07 € to 3993.13 € brut / month
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 5 to 10 years
As part of a 3-year collaborative project with Lab-STICC and two companies, the mission consists in developing a solution for recognizing marine objects from on-board cameras, on boats or surface drones (USV). These cameras will eventually be able to operate in a group in a coordinated and distributed fashion.
The mission has five components:
- dataset and semi-automatic labelling tool creation for marine objects detection
- Choice of suitable algorithms for image pre-processing and recognition using machine learning methods
- Choice of suitable algorithms for multi-modal fusion of RGB and IR Images
- Optimized implementation (software and / or hardware) of the algorithmic solution within an embedded system near to vision sensors using compression network techniques (quantization, pruning)
- Multiple Object Tracking
An experience of many years in Artificial Intelligence is imperative.
- Software Development
- Hardware Development
- Artificial Intelligence, more specifically: Deep Learning and computer vision.
- Image processing
- C/C++/Python programming, opencv
- GPU (cuda, cudnn, tensorRT)
- FPGA (Xilinx Vitis AI)
The Lab-STICC is a research unit historically recognized in Brittany and in France in the field of ICTS. It has a proven capacity to cover a broad scientific spectrum around digital sciences, and in particular with this ability to address various disciplinary fields (Information Theory, Waves & Materials, Embedded Electronics and Computing, Data Sciences, Communication and Signal Detection, Human-Machine Interfaces,...) following multiple themes/application sectors: maritime environment, communicating objects, defense, space, health, security, robotics...
The researcher will work for Odessa project, on Lorient city.
The contract is for 4 months, it could have an extension.
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