PhD student in computer graphics and machine learning, formally based at the Division of Media and Information Technology at the Department of Science and Technology at Campus Norrköping.

Project description

You will work in the group for Computer Graphics and Image Processing at the Division for Media and Information Technology at the department for Science and Engineering. At the Department of Science and Technology, at the university’s Norrköping campus, we provide education and conduct research in physics and electronics, communications/logistics and media- and information technology. The department is recognised for its work in fields including logistics, visualisation and organic electronics. We combine academic excellence with fruitful collaboration with the Community. Read more at

Computer graphics is one of the core research areas within the division for Media and Information Technology at the department For Science and Technology. Research and application topics are found in a range of areas including representation of data for visualization, image based measurements of physical phenomena, algorithms for image synthesis, high dynamic range imaging, and light field imaging.

This PhD position is focusing on image synthesis, sparse modelling, compressed sensing and machine learning. We will investigate novel methods for generation of photo-realistic images using combinations of computer graphics, sensors, radiance field and light field algorithms and novel neural rendering methods. As a doctoral student, you devote most of your time to doctoral studies and the research projects of which you are part. Your work may also include teaching or other departmental duties, up to a maximum of 20% of full-time.

The position is funded by the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP). As a WASP PhD student, you will take part in the WASP curriculum and benefit from its extensive network of other PhD students and senior researchers.

More information and application

View all positions
We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners. View more
Cookies settings
Privacy & Cookie policy
Privacy & Cookies policy
Cookie name Active
The WASP website uses cookies. Cookies are small text files that are stored on a visitor’s computer and can be used to follow the visitor’s actions on the website. There are two types of cookie:
  • permanent cookies, which remain on a visitor’s computer for a certain, pre-determined duration,
  • session cookies, which are stored temporarily in the computer memory during the period under which a visitor views the website. Session cookies disappear when the visitor closes the web browser.
Permanent cookies are used to store any personal settings that are used. If you do not want cookies to be used, you can switch them off in the security settings of the web browser. It is also possible to set the security of the web browser such that the computer asks you each time a website wants to store a cookie on your computer. The web browser can also delete previously stored cookies: the help function for the web browser contains more information about this. The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority is the supervisory authority in this field. It provides further information about cookies on its website,
Save settings
Cookies settings