Vacancies 2023: sensor fusion & AI research

Our research group currently has 1 open vacancy. Click on the position to get more details about the research involved and how to apply.

  • Senior researcher in sensor fusion and active vision: As a (post-doctoral) researcher with IPI, you will be located at the TELIN offices at Campus UFO in Ghent. You will be offered a contract of indefinite duration at imec, after an initial trial period. The research will focus on developing new fundamental concepts for sensor fusion and active sensing and demonstrating in industrially relevant applications (TRL6). You will collaborate with international industrial partners while embedded in a university research team that is internationally recognized for its extensive expertise regarding sensor fusion for autonomous driving, traffic monitoring and industrial safety. The longer-term perspectives include growing into a role of research supervisor, helping to attract new projects, or remaining active in technical research. Applicants who have recently obtained a PhD or are close to obtaining one in computer science, electrical engineering and/or have several years of expertise in sensor fusion, computer vision or related research and experience with collaborating with industry, are invited to apply.

  • PhD Position in sensor fusion for object detection and scene analysis: This position is now filled.

At IPI, we offer you the opportunity to conduct research in a highly international and friendly working environment. We provide ample opportunity for researchers to take initiative in their work and to develop their professional networks. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Both positions offer a flexible starting date, with a preference to start as soon as possible. Submissions remain welcome until the positions are filled.

The Image Processing and Interpretation (IPI) group at Ghent University-imec consists of +/- 40 experienced researchers, post-docs and professors. IPI conducts research in a wide array of both fundamental and applied image processing topics. Application domains of this research include intelligent & autonomous vehicles, surveillance and sensor networks, remote sensing, medical image analysis, video analysis and scene reconstruction.

Ghent University consistently ranks among the best 100 universities in the world, including, 69th by the Academic Ranking of World Universities (or Shanghai ranking) and 88th by U.S. News & World Report. The IPI Lab is location on the university’s UFO campus in the center of Ghent, Belgium, a city recently rated as one of the best places to visit in Europe for culture.

Image Processing and Interpretation