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The Intervention Centre is a unique multi-disciplinary research centre where engineers and clinicians work together to innovate in medicine and medical technology through research and development activities. The Intervention Centre currently counts with 6 cutting-edge operating rooms; including 3 additional new ORs with CT and MR imaging possibilities. The Intervention Centre is placed in Rikshospitalet and Gaustad Sykehus both located in the north of the city of Oslo limiting with the NordMarka forest which offers both peaceful surroundings close to nature and popular recreation areas in both summer and winter seasons.
Applicants are invited for a Postdoc position that is available at The Intervention Centre, Division of Critical Care, Oslo University Hospital and funded by the Norwegian Research Council through the ANALYST (Advanced Analytics on Smart Data) project coordinated by SINTEF Digital. ANALYST aims to provide a research platform to bring the theoretical foundation of LR-splines up to a level where their full potential can be explored, combining Big Data Analysis and AI to provide advanced analytics on the LR-spline model.
candidate will be developing methods for semi-automatic and automatic segmentation, and classification systems to overcome the challenges related to visualisation and navigation for various clinical applications. The focus will be in providing highly scalable complex modelling tools for Big Data Analytics based on medical image data and provide the ANALYST project with segmented 3D models. The Postdoc candidate is supposed to work in collaboration with the PhD candidate of the ANALYST project employed at SINTEF, as well as the other PhD candidates at The Intervention Centre.
Masters degree in computer science, cybernetics, biomedical engineering, informatics, mathematics, or related fields
PhD in computer science, cybernetics, biomedical engineering, informatics, mathematics, or related fields
Good programming skills in C/C /Python.
Experience in Image Analysis (Image Processing/segmentation) required.
Experience in use of Machine Learning / Deep Learning desired.
Applications lacking any of the requested documents will be discarded:
A concise cover letter.
List of courses and obtained grades during PhD degree (official).
List of courses and obtained grades during Masters degree (official).
List of courses and obtained grades during Bachelors degree (official).
A copy of the university diplomas.
It is advised that the candidates provide reference letters including contact information of all the references (e-mail address, postal address and phone number).
Foreign applicants are also advised to attach an explanation for their University's grading system.
Good mathematical knowledge especially spline technology is
Outstanding and motivated.
Good problem solving skills.
Collaborative, team-player attitude.
Proficiency in English.
Full-time Postdoc position (100%) for 2 years.
A friendly working environment.
Membership in the Norwegian pension fund and other benefits of the Norwegian welfare state.
Support for travelling within the activities related to the project.
Excellent opportunities for development of medical technology within a highly competent and motivated team of international collaborators.
Networking possibilities with exciting international projects within medical technology.
Ole Jacob Elle, Seksjonsleder, Logg inn for å se kontaktinformasjon
Sognsvannsveien 20 0372 Oslo
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