[visionlist] [Jobs] Looking for Research Scientists, Research Engineers, Post-doctoral fellows and Interns for research topics in AI for Healthcare
npadoy at unistra.fr
Sun Oct 24 14:21:41 -04 2021
*Looking for Research Scientists, Post-doctoral fellows and Interns for
research topics in AI for Healthcare*
We have open positions for 1 research scientist, several research
engineers, 1 post-doc and multiple interns at the University of
Strasbourg & IHU Strasbourg Hospital.
- We are looking for a research scientist to conduct novel research in
AI for healthcare in the areas of medical image analysis and computer
aided surgery. The successful candidates will contribute to developing
new areas of research at IHU Strasbourg and mentor a growing team of PhD
students and engineers. Salary is competitive and permanent contracts
will be offered to strong candidates with experience.
- We are looking for one post-doctoral fellow for an exciting new
project aiming at developing novel AI methods for monitoring critical
safety steps in endoscopic surgery. This project is sponsored by a
national Chair in Artificial Intelligence.
- We are looking for experienced research engineers in the areas of
medical image analysis, computer aided surgery and federated learning to
support our research team.
- We also have multiple internship positions in computer vision and
machine learning for healthcare.
The successful candidates will be hosted within the AI team at IHU
Strasbourg/University of Strasbourg, an institute offering an
international environment with state-of-the-art computing resources and
unique clinical facilities for both patients and medical research. More
information about the positions is available here
Professor of Computer Science, University of Strasbourg
Director of Computer Science and AI Research, IHU Strasbourg
Head of Research Group CAMMA
University of Strasbourg / ICube
IHU Strasbourg, 1 place de l'Hôpital
67000 Strasbourg, France
Phone: +33 (0) 3 904 13530
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