Posted: 02-06-2024

Location: U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command – Adelphi Laboratory Center 

Level: Graduate Student

General Topic: Computer Science

Description of Research:This internship opportunity is focused on developing and implementing visual perception models to extract relevant visual information from an image.  As a computer vision Researcher, you will develop or implement these models to support the decision making of autonomous or human agents to help them understand their surrounding environment.  Decision-making may require understanding the surrounding environment using a combination of low, mid, or high-level visual concepts. Responsibilities:• Develop or Implement computer vision models. • Conduct experiments.• Collaborate closely with multidisciplinary teams, including researchers, designers, and data scientists, to analyze data, draw meaningful conclusions, and present findings.• Write technical documentation and contribute to research papers.Qualifications:• Excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to think creatively to overcome technical challenges.• Outstanding communication and collaboration skills to work effectively in a research-driven team environment.• Experience in one or more related areas of computer vision such as object recognition, instance segmentation, panoptic segmentation, scene graph generation, amodal perception, pose estimation, open-set recognition, zero-shot learning, high dynamic range processing, and visual saliency modeling are preferred, but not required.

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