The Computer Vision Center (CVC) at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona is seeking to develop collaborative funding proposals with experienced postdoctoral researchers for submission under Marie Curie IEF and IIF funding programs in the area of computer vision.
The Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship (IEF) and International Incoming Fellowship (IIF) provide funding to support the career development of experienced researchers and to assist in knowledge transfer to the host center. The duration of the projects is from 12 to 36 months and covers the salary, as well as mobility and research expenses. Researchers must have at least 4 years of postdoctoral experience and must be willing to move to Barcelona (they must not have lived in Spain more than 12 months in the last 3 years).
What the fellowship offers:
a) Living allowance – 57,155 €/year (gross income). Net income is around 37,400 €/year after taxes.
b) Mobility allowance – 700-1000 €/month depending on family situation
c) Contribution to training expenses and research/transfer of knowledge program expenses – 780 €/month.
d) Contribution to overheads – 680€/month.
Some of our research topics: Human behavior analysis - Multi-class visual object recognition - Human pose recovery - Machine learning - Dense stereo computation - Embedded systems - Human pose and activity recognition - Camera based document analysis - Scene text extraction - Eye-tracking based interfaces - Paper user - Person detection - Crowd monitoring - Facial image analysis - Mid-level image analysis - Perceptual grouping
If you have any doubts regarding the calls or if you are interested in presenting your application jointly with us, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject, please put MARIE CURIE CALLS.
DEADLINE: AUGUST 14TH 2013.
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