Unlock Your Potential: Ph.D. Opportunity in Computer Science Research with EVS Embedded Vision Systems and the prestigious University of Verona

Are you passionate about computer science and eager to make a significant impact in the field? In collaboration with the University of Verona, EVS is thrilled to sponsor a comprehensive Ph.D. program that offers a unique blend of education and research experience.
Join our team as we support a Ph.D. program in Computer Science, offering a comprehensive education and research experience. As a Ph.D. student, you’ll gain profound knowledge and advanced research skills to excel in both pure and applied research in the industry.

Program Overview

Our three-year Ph.D. program (2023-2026) provides a remarkable opportunity for aspiring researchers in computer science. Through this program, you will gain profound knowledge and advanced skills in both pure and applied research. Explore cutting-edge research methodologies and delve into the fascinating field of personal psychophysical monitoring on IoT devices, utilizing multimodal data analysis and AI.

Immersive Work Environment

Experience the benefits of our outstanding work environment at EVS Embedded Vision Systems. As a leading company revolutionizing industries through embedded vision systems, we foster collaboration and innovation. By joining our team, you will have the opportunity to work alongside experts and contribute to groundbreaking projects that shape the future of computer science.

Program Structure and Supervision

Our program features a well-rounded structure that includes 18 months of hands-on work within the company, providing invaluable practical experience. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to broaden your perspectives with 6 months abroad. Throughout your research journey, you will receive mentorship and scientific supervision from Professor Murino, a renowned expert in the field.

Deadline for the Ph.D.

The deadline for applications is the 7th of July 2023.
Start your journey as a researcher in computer science today!