Postdoc in Image Reconstruction and Ultrasound Simulation
This position involves further developing and extending our efforts in the field of simulating ultrasound images for medical training, also in collaboration with industry. The tasks will involve designing, developing, and testing novel ideas in cutting-edge research. The position is on a combination of basic and applied sciences in a highly translational field, in collaboration with both industrial and clinical partners. Candidates are required to hold a doctoral degree and to have demonstrated considerable achievements in a related research field. The position is open immediately.
The applicant should hold a PhD degree in Computer Science, Physics, Electrical Engineering, or related fields. An excellent publication record, with a strong research interest and orientation, is desired. Good programming knowledge and experience with Matlab and C++ are required. Interest, prior knowledge and experience in one or more of the following is a plus: inverse problems and optimization, machine learning, interactive simulation, computer graphics, GPU programming, and ray-tracing techniques.
In a successful applicant we seek enthusiasm for leading-edge research, team spirit, and capability for independent problem-solving. Experience working in the medical domain and with clinical partners is of advantage, as well as experience with industrial collaboration. Fluent written and spoken English is a must.
ETH Zurich – the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology – is a top-ranked technical university (with the host department ranking consistently among the top ten world-wide). Switzerland and Zurich provide an ideal environment for living, while ETH offers competitive salary norms. Computer-Assisted Applications in Medicine is a dynamic group carrying out cutting-edge research on medical imaging and image analysis applications, in particular using ultrasound. We are a highly international team at CAiM, comprised of researchers from several countries and different backgrounds. ETH in general and CAiM in particular offer an exciting and stimulating environment for research.
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