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PhD Student

Inviting applications for a rolling Ph.D. admission at Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology-Delhi (IIIT-D) on project areas in biomedical signal and image processing including cancer imaging, cancer genomics, and EEG/ECG signal processing.

No. of openings: Two

Monthly Remunerations: Rs. 31,000/- (+HRA will be provided if you are not residing on the IIITD campus)

Essential Qualifications

2 x Professor / Reader of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

2 x Professor / Reader of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Department of Computer Science
University of Surrey
Guildford, UK 

Postdoctoral Position

Joint postdoc position between Princeton University and the Weizmann Institute at the intersection of communications, signal processing and machine learning. The work will be performed with the groups of Prof. Andrea Goldsmith and Prof. Yonina Eldar. The candidate is expected to work with both teams in collaborative and supportive environments, with the location flexible between the two centers.

PhD Studentships in AI for Sound

The AI for Sound project ( in the Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) at the University of Surrey is offering the following PhD studentships in AI for Sound, available from 1 October 2021: (1) Automatic sound labelling for broadcast audio (2) Information theoretic learning for sound analysis (UK applicants) Application Deadline: 1 August 2021 CVSSP also has a number of ongoing PhD studentship opportunities for outstanding PhD candidates in all aspects of audio-visual signal processing, computer vision an

JOB: Research Fellow in Machine Learning for Sound

Research Fellow in Machine Learning for Sound Location: University of Surrey, Guildford, UK Closing Date: Wednesday 16 June 2021 (23:00 GMT) Applications are invited for a 3-year Research Fellow in Machine Learning for Sound, to work full-time on an EPSRC-funded Fellowship project "AI for Sound" (, to start on 1 July 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Postdoctoral Position in Pathological Speech Processing

Title: Sparse predictive models for the analysis and classification of pathological speech

Duration: from 01/11/2021 to 31/12/2022 (could be extended to an advanced position)

Required Knowledge and background: A solid knowledge in speech/signal processing; A good mathematical background; Basics of machine learning; Programming in Matlab and Python.

PhD Position

************ PhD position at Inria (Nancy - Grand Est), France **************

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Title: Robust and Generalizable Deep Learning-based Audio-visual Speech Enhancement

Post-doc in Biomedical ImageAanalysis

Job offer: Post-doc in biomedical image analysis

We are seeking candidates who are interested in developing deep learning algorithms for improving the registration/alignment of our 2D/3D MRI and microscopy images. 

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