Tim Horton-Esri App Challenge
Tim Horton Team – Esri App Challenge 2019, starting from left Devid Recchia (UG), Sun Park (UG), Dr. Seungho Park (PDF) and Dr. Pio Claudio (PDF).

I am currently looking for talented, creative and self-motivated postdoctoral research fellows, graduate students and undergraduate students in the fields of computer vision, machine learning, photogrammetry, remote sensing, and spatial data analytics.

Postdoctoral Fellows (PDF)

PDF positions are posted through my personal websites, research websites, the academic community, and commercial (e.g., Linkedin or Indeed) recruitment websites. The latest PDF position are open. Details here (Postdoctoral Fellowships in Artificial Intelligence and Postdoctoral Fellowships in Computer Vision, Machine Learning and SLAM).

Graduate Students (PhD and MSc)

I am recruiting talented graduate students on a regular basis. You can start your registration, either from Fall Term (September), or Winter Term (Jan) or Summer Term (May). I suggest you plan the submission of your applications to York in advance. The deadline for applications differs depending on when you plan to start your graduate program (e.g., April for starting in Fall Term, August for starting in Winter Term and December for starting in Summer Term).

Undergraduate Students

Every Summer, I am recruiting Undergraduate Students through  LURA (Lassonde Undergraduate Research Assistant) Program, NSERC USRA (Undergraduate Student Research Awards) and RAY (Research at York).

How to Apply

  • Contacting Dr. Gunho Sohn – gsohn(at) or Graduate Assistant, Marcia Gaynor – mgaynor(at) with your CV and latest transcripts.
  • PDF candidates can submit their applications either by the deadline of a specific position available or at any time (we are looking for PDF on a regular basis).
  • Graduate students are recommended to submit their applications before December (starting in Summer Term), April (starting in Fall Term) and  August (starting in Winter Term). Please note for international applicants – you should consider that it typically takes about 3-6 months to get a study permit and visa in Canada.
  • For undergraduate students, please submit your applications either to Lassonde School of Engineering or RAY (Research at York) by March (specific deadline will be announced in February.