Country: United Kingdom
In this role, you will conduct research on real-time audio-visual speech enhancement and speech-driven animation. You will also publish the research in high impact conferences and deploy the developed models to real world products.
Postdoctoral Researcher Responsibilities:
- Help build the next generation of audio-visual speech enhancement and generative AI models.
- Harness passion for technology and propose new research roadmaps which can lead to the creation of new models that can be applied to multiple applications.
- Make use of advanced knowledge in designing novel deep networks which process audio-visual data.
- Without direct assistance, design real-time audio-visual speech enhancement models that can be used on-device.
- Employ deep knowledge in the following areas: data processing, audio-visual speech enhancement, audio-visual self-supervised learning, speech-driven animation.
- Disseminate findings of research by publishing papers in high impact conferences.
- PhD degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Applied Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, or related field.
- Experience in each of the following:
- Python, PyTorch
- Track record of publishing papers in high quality journal and conferences.
- Designing and training large deep networks.
- Data processing of large audio-visual datasets.
- Audio-visual speech enhancement
- Audio-visual self-supervised learning
- Speech-driven facial animation
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