The PhD subject is a part of an ongoing project between Mines ParisTech and PSA Peugeot Citroën Group, focused on car security. The context is the use of onboard visual information to inform the driver and increase security.
The visual information is acquired from a fixed point of view on the moving car.
The successful candidate will perform a realistic but partial 3D reconstruction of the car environment, given the inherent constraints of the automotive field such as vehicle speed and road visibility.
The proposed solution must take into account critical situations, like high speeds, to avoid the occurrence of negative effects on the visual information presented to the driver.
- MSc in electrical engineering, computer science or physics
- Experience in computer vision
- Knowledge of virtual or augmented reality
- Solid skills in realtime computer programming
How to apply
Contact Bogdan Stanciulescu for details about the application process.
About the employer
MINES ParisTech was founded in 1783. It is one of the oldest and most recognized French higher education institutions in engineering.