- Bob has some excellent news with regards to the performance of Jeremy Vila and Phil Schniter 's EMBGAMP solver we featured earlier.
- Zhilin has Updated the T-MSBL code
- Tianyi has a new entry on Semi-Soft GoDec being more than 4 times faster, auto-determined k
- Danny spotlights Zeno Gantner and MyMediaLight
- Serguey shows off some of his realization within the Samsung SARI 1.5 Augmented Reality SDK
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Felix Krahmer let me know of a scholarship for PhD position in Germany. It is here.
For the projectRandom matrices for frame constructions as part of the Research Training Group 1023Identification in mathematical models:Synergy of stochastic and numerical methods,a scholarship for aPhD studentwill be available at the Institute for Numerical and Applied Mathematics at the University of Gottingen from February 1, 2012 (the exact date is flexible). The project will combine mathematical signal processing and random matrix theory. The candidate should have sound knowledge in at least one of the areas probability theory, signal processing, machine learning or approximation theory and should be interested in probabilistic methods for application oriented mathematical problems. At the time of hiring, she/he should have completed a Master's degree or equivalent in mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering or related fields. Individuals with disabilities with equivalent qualification will be considered with priority. The University of Gottingen is an equal opportunity employer; qualified female individuals are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications and further questions should be addressed to Felix Krahmer (currently University of Bonn, from February, 2012, Junior professor in Gottingen) via firstname.lastname@example.orgFurther information about the Research Training Group can be found onThe hiring procedure will not start before November 15, 2011. Applications will be accepted beyond this date until the position has been filled.
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