Internship: Health Monitoring from Video

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States · CV · 1302 expand job description ↓

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MERL is seeking a highly motivated intern to conduct original research in the area of monitoring a person's vital signs (e.g., heart rate and heart rate variability) from video. The successful candidate will collaborate with MERL researchers to derive and implement new models, collect data, conduct experiments, and prepare results for publication. The ideal candidate would be a senior PhD student in computer vision with experience in face alignment and tracking, signal processing, machine learning, and health monitoring. Strong programming skills (C/C++, Python, Matlab, etc.) are expected.



Research Areas: Computer Vision, Signal Processing

Contact: Tim Marks


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