Eindhoven University of Technology is looking for an associate professor in biomedical image analysis (BMIA). The scientific research in the group BMIA focuses on three closely intertwined areas:
- Design of advanced mathematical algorithms
- Visualization of multi-valued data
- Cardiovascular and neuro applications
You’d be working at the Imaging Science and Technology Eindhoven Institute (IST/e), which aims to grow to a leading research institute on the crossroads of image acquisition, mathematical modeling, algorithmics, visualization and biomedical applications of complex images or image sequences on the basis of advanced acquisition techniques. The group has a strong collaboration with Philips Healthcare and Philips Research (both 4 km away), and a range of (international) hospitals.