The Idiap Research Institute (www.idiap.ch), associated with EPFL ( Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology, Lausanne) seeks qualified candidates for:
* A Post-doc position on Head pose tracking and visual attention modeling
and multi-person interaction analysis.
* A Ph.D Student on 3D face tracking and gaze modeling
For further details about positions and Idiap, see below.
Interested candidates should send a letter of motivation, a detailed CV, and the names
of three referees to
Jean-Marc Odobez (odobez(at)idiap.ch, tel : +41 (0)27 721 77 26)
Postdoctoral position within the area of Distributed Text Mining at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology
A post-doctoral position in the area of distributed text mining within the
COMIDOR project is available at the Department of Computer and Information
Science (IDI) in the Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and
Electrical Engineering (IME), the Norwegian University of Science and
COMIDOR (Cooperative Mining of Independent Document Repositories) is a
research project at NTNU that will focus on the mechanisms and algorithms
necessary to perform mining of independent document repositories. COMIDOR is
funded by the Norwegian Research Council.
Call for Participation
Eighth Workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs 2010 (MLG-2010)
Washington, DC, July, 24-25
(co-located with KDD 2010
This year's workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs will be held in
conjunction with the 16th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery
and Data Mining that will take place in July 25-28, 2010 in Washington,
The importance of being able to effectively mine and learn from data
that is best represented as a graph is growing, as more and more
Postdoc in Cancer Systems Biology/Bioinformatics/Machine Learning
A 3-year postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr V Anne Smith to
perform systems biology research aiming to improve predictive patient selection for
The project is part of a collaborative effort with researchers at the Edinburgh Cancer
Research Centre under the auspices of Centre for Research in Informatics and Systems
You will work with gene and protein data collected by our Edinburgh colleagues from
Advert available at http://www.snn.ru.nl/nijmegen/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&...
The Centre for Translation Studies, University of Leeds, UK, is inviting
applications for a Research Fellow post to work on a research project
funded by an FP7 grant from the European Commission. It is a full-time,
fixed term position to be filled as soon as possible, lasting until
31 Dec 2012.
We're interested in a candidate with a PhD in Computational linguistics
or Machine Learning and experience in designing ML algorithms for text
categorisation tasks. For a formal application, take a look at the job
PhD Position in Biomedical Data Analysis at the University of Basel, Switzerland
Applications are invited for a PhD position in the Biomedical Data Analysis Group at
the Department of Computer Science of the University of Basel.
The open position is part of the "SINERGIA"-research project "Emotional Memory in
Health and Disease" funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
This interdisciplinary research effort aims at identifying the molecular genetic basis of
emotional memory by combining experimental, clinical, and computational approaches.
Call For Participation
IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING 2010
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor USA
18-21 August 2010, Ann Arbor, USA
This is an invitation to attend the
Ninth IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning 2010.
The conference will be composed of a single track with 4 keynote addresses, 24 oral paper presentations, 30 full paper posters, and poster highlights. ICDL-2010 will be held at the Rackham Building, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, 18-21 August 2010.
6th International Summer School and Workshop on Pattern Recognition (5-10 September, 2010)
Registration is now Open - take advantage of early registration fee
This year's main Computational Linguistics conference ACL 2010 features a special category of negative-result papers, so there must be a need. Now as the deadline season for this year's conferences is winding down, we invite you to revisit your less-than-successful experiences (even if we hope you had none). Consider sharing your interesting negative results with the community. We invite, nay, we welcome all submissions which meet the journal's standards. Visit its Web site for more.