VisionScienceList: Adaptive optics for the human eye

Austin Roorda (aroorda@popmail.opt.uh.edu)
Mon, 04 Oct 1999 10:57:38 -0500

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH IN BIOMEDICAL OPTICS
University of Houston College of Optometry

A postdoctoral position in biomedical optics is available November 1st in
the laboratory of Austin Roorda at the University of Houston College of
Optometry.

The research will involve the measurement and correction of the
aberrations of the eye and implementation of adaptive optics technology for
use in high-resolution ophthalmoscopy. The candidate must have a PhD level
degree. Some knowledge of optics is essential as well as computer skills
(MatLab, C++, LabView).

The University of Houston College of Optometry is a member of a NSF
Science and Technology Center called the Center for Adaptive Optics, which
is a consortium of a dozen Universities and Institutes working together to
develop adaptive optics for use in astronomy and vision science. Through
the Center, the candidate will have the opportunity to attend adaptive
optics workshops, and collaborate with other Center members.

Interested candidates should send a cv and the names of three references
to Austin Roorda (aroorda@popmail.opt.uh.edu).

Austin Roorda
University of Houston College of Optometry
4800 Calhoun Rd.
Houston TX 77204-6052
tel: 713-743-1952 fax: 713-743-2053
email: aroorda@popmail.opt.uh.edu
http://www.opt.uh.edu/research/aroorda

Austin Roorda
University of Houston College of Optometry
4800 Calhoun Rd.
Houston TX 77204-6052
tel: 713-743-1952 fax: 713-743-2053
email: aroorda@popmail.opt.uh.edu
http://www.opt.uh.edu/research/aroorda