We are always recruiting PhD students with strong theoretical and applied skills in the area of computer vision, deep learning, remote sensing, and related topics. We primarily supervise students in the PhD program in Computer Science but have recently hired students in the Imaging Science and Computational & Data Sciences. We have a strong track record of publishing in top venues, with a focus on CVPR, ECCV, and ICCV. We offer fully funded research assistantships (stipend + health + tuition).
Current WashU Students if you are interested in a rotation with my lab, please send the following information to Nathan Jacobs, with the title “phd rotation”:
Prospective Students: If you are interested in joining us, you should attend the appropriate recruiting Info Session, which typically happen during the Fall Semester, and then apply (the deadline is typically in mid-December). If you list Nathan Jacobs as a Faculty of Interest, we will see your application. In recent years, attending an Info Session has granted attendees an application fee waiver. Please note that all admissions decisions are made collectively by the department. This means you do not need to email me directly. I generally don’t respond to such emails unless there is a unique connection (uniquely well-aligned research interests, prior work with someone I know, geographical proximity, etc.).