Develop new spatial analysis metrics using computer vision and machine learning models
Work with multidisciplinary team of scientists and designers to apply new AI models and metrics to design applications and recommendations
Produce research output/findings for potential publication
PhD candidate in AI or computational design field with expertise in machine learning, computer vision and architectural design for human well-being
Proven application of computer vision or other machine learning analysis models to large images/video datasets producing research output (ie. papers, tools, recommendations or new training sets)
Python, dataset preparation, applications of large image models, training new machine learning models
Computation design, generative design, generative AI, spatial analysis, architectural simulation, VR/AR applications
Familiarity with 3D modeling and real-time visualization tools (Autodesk Revit, Autodesk Forge Viewer, Unity/Unreal)
Broad knowledge of computer vision algorithms
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