Google’s Project Starline is hiring computer vision and computer graphics PhD research interns. Project Starline is an effort to develop the future of communication, bringing together advances in real-time 3D capture and display to enable immersive telepresence. If you’re excited about real-time, high-realism human 3D modeling, relighting, materials and shape reconstruction, image and video synthesis, GANs, and other related topics, we invite you to apply to come join us during the summer of 2022!
We're pushing the limits of what's possible with computer vision technology in research and products. Previous interns have published work they started in our team at CVPR, SIGGRAPH, ECCV/ICCV, and played key roles in innovative products including Project Starline, Google Jump VR camera, Lens Blur, Cardboard Camera, Google Clips, Photo Tours and the Ceres Solver. Our latest papers include Nerfies and HyperNeRF, DeepView, Light Field Video, and A Dark Flash Normal Camera.
Researchers in Project Starline include, among others, Steve Seitz, John Flynn, Michael Broxton, Ryan Overbeck, Rahul Garg, Tiancheng Sun, Ali Osman Ulusoy, Ricardo Martin-Brualla, Ke Li, Lukas Murmann, Supreeth Achar, Dan Goldman, Jason Lawrence, Carlos Hernandez, Utkarsh Sinha, and Harris Nover.
Our group is located across multiple locations in the Bay Area (Mountain View and San Francisco), Los Angeles, and Seattle (Fremont).
How to apply:
Apply for Research Intern, PhD, Summer 2022 position. In preferred locations, please list one of the team locations (see above).
We’ll give priority to applications that come in by Jan 15.