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wann bei WIT eingelangt: 27.2.2006

Vermittlung / Quelle:   TU intern

Unternehmen / Organisation: Ecole Centrale de Paris, Applied Mathematics & Systems Lab

Gesucht wird: Post-doctoral Position


Deadline for applications: March 15th, 2006
Project Start: as early as possible in summer 2006

The Computer Vision and Medical Imaging group of the Ecole Centrale de Paris (one of the most famous French elite engineering schools), invites applications for a postdoctoral research position in medical imaging primarily but also in the area computer vision (1.5 year - fixed term with possible renewal) . The candidate is expected to collaborate with the Henri Mondor University Hospital in Paris and study the motion of the abdominal aorta after prosthetic surgery, towards understanding areas where the prosthetic segment has high risk of failure. Furthermore, he/she is expected to contribute in other research projects of the group like shape modeling, segmentation, tracking and registration being some of the possible topics.

As a postdoc in Ecole Centrale, there will be several opportunities to work in numerous project image analysis, supervise M.Sc. students, and collaborate with the leading academic and industrial institutions in Europe.

Technical requirements:

PhD in computer science or allied field, preferably with a specialization in medical imaging/computer vision, with prior work in the domain of motion analysis & structure from motion being a plus.
Excellent mathematical and analytical abilities and good programming skills in C, C++, and Matlab

Interested candidates please contact:

Prof. Nikos Paragios (mailto:nikos.paragios@ecp.fr) with a resume in order to obtain additional information on the topics as well as compensation.

Nikos Paragios Ecole Centrale de Paris
Full Professor Phone +33 (0) 1-4113-1785
Applied Math & Systems (MAS) Fax +33 (0) 1-4113-1735
Grande Voie des Vignes mailto:nikos.paragios@ecp.fr
Chatenay-Malabry, France http://www.mas.ecp.fr/Personnel/nikos/


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