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KTU Artificial Intelligence Centre invites research teams to participate in the competition for joining the research project “Development of a system for the detection of visual defects in the surfaces of furniture parts”.

The project aims to create an intelligent system that would identify the defects (scratches, deformations, angular breaks, or colour discrepancies) of furniture panels’ surfaces moving on the production line from visual information in real time.

The solving of the problem includes the following methods:

1) Automatic segmentation of individual parts, as the production line can transport up to three parts in one row at a time, which are not aligned, can be tilted (without leaving any gaps) and/or in several lines.

2) Classification of the defective and suitable part, where the defective part is assigned one of the predefined possible defect classes.

Additional information. The line can run at speeds of up to 60 parts per minute. Hardware will be provided (the quantity and details of integration can be adjusted as required before or during the solution of the task).

      The documents to be submitted to the                competition – the CVs of the applicants                (project manager and all team members).


  • The project is also open to bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral students studying in the fields of engineering and science and having excellent programming skills.


  • Applicants’ CVs are accepted via e-mail dicentras@ktu.lt until 29 March 2022.

       Requirements for the project manager:               project management experience,                             competencies in the field of application of               computer vision methods in the industry.

       Required competencies for the project               team:

  • Development of real-time intelligent decision-making systems
  • Knowledge of data analysis and processing methods, and experience in application
  • Knowledge and application experience of computer vision technologies
  • Experience in applying machine learning algorithms
  • An advantage – experience in similar projects

    The value of the project is EUR 50,000.

    The start of the project – 4 April 2022.

    The end of the project – 11 December 2022.

More information about the competition and consultations:

  • E-mail: dicentras@ktu.lt
  • Phone: +370 620 32 763 – Agnė Paulauskaitė-Tarasevičienė, the Head of KTU AI Centre.