[Ieee_vis_open_positions] Research Scientist Positions at Adobe
zhicheng.liu at gmail.com
Fri Jan 15 01:44:27 CET 2016
Adobe's Creative Technologies Lab seeks applications for research scientist
positions at either the junior or senior level. We are especially looking
for applicants with strong backgrounds in computer graphics; computer
vision & image understanding; audio; machine learning; HCI & social
computing; security; information visualization; natural-language processing
& interfaces; programming languages; computational imaging; and 3D
rendering, appearance modeling, scanning & acquisition—though applicants
with backgrounds in other areas of computer science will also be considered.
Our lab is a part of Adobe Research. It is an open and collaborative
environment, with a world-class set of researchers in digital imaging,
computer vision and graphics, audio, machine learning, HCI, information
visualization, and programming languages. Additionally, Adobe's continuing
growth in areas like digital marketing, cloud computing, online creative
communities, and mobile product development provide a wealth of new data
and research directions.
The job provides the flexibility to choose your own projects, collaborate
broadly—with students and peers in both academia and industry—and publish
your work. In addition, you will have the unique opportunity to have an
impact on the lives of millions by transferring your research into products.
Ph.D. in computer science, electrical engineering, statistics, or a related
Strong academic publication record
Strong communication skills and team work experience
Preferred additional skills:
For the senior position, 10+ years’ experience
Locations: San Francisco, Seattle, Cambridge MA, or NYC (other locations
are also possible)
To apply for this position, please send your CV, research statement, short
list of references, and 1-3 representative papers to ctl-jobs at adobe.com.
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