Visiting Scholar 00078131
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Job ID: 35406
Hiring Department Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Application DeadlinePosted until filled Full Time/Part TimePart Time (.35 FTE) Job DescriptionThe Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T, formerly known as the University of Missouri – Rolla) invites applications to fill a temporary research staff position starting in January 2021. The research staff will be responsible for developing a SfM-based photogrammetry technique for 3D crack detection and characterization using photos taken by commercially available low-cost digital cameras. Duties Includes: Perform field surveys to collect images of cracks on the concrete buildings using the calibrated camera, such as pavement, stair. Meanwhile, conduct necessary manual measurements of cracks for comparison analysis.Develop a method to automatically detect cracks from 2D images and 3D point clouds using advanced techniques, such as convolutional neural network and 3D image analysis.Develop a method to automatically measure the detected cracks.Attend routine project meetings.Present and report research results and publish scientific results in peer-reviewed journals on time. Minimum QualificationsM.S. or Ph.D. in Geotechnical/Geological Engineering, or related discipline. Strong research history in a field or fields related to remote sensing (laser scanning and photogrammetry) and image analysis. Comments
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