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Poszukiwani studenci inżynierii biomedycznej - szkolenia z zakresu implantacji i programowania kardiostymulatorow

Firma: Medtronic
Kraj: Polska
Miasto: Warszawa
Sektor: projektowanie aparatury medycznej
Obszar: kardiologia
Typ: projekt


medtronicMedtronic to światowy lider w dziedzinie zaawansowanych technologii medycznych. Firma zatrudnia około 38 000 ludzi w ponad 120 krajach na świecie i osiąga obroty powyżej 14 miliardów dolarów rocznie. Medtronic zajmuje czołową pozycję na rynku kardiologii (arytmia serca), kardiologii interwencyjnej, kardiochirurgii, neurochirurgii, chirurgii kręgosłupa oraz diabetologii. Zaangażowanie i osiągnięcia pracowników Medtronic dały milionom ludzi cierpiących na choroby układu krążenia, urazy kręgosłupa, chroniczne bóle, chorobę Parkinsona i cukrzycę nadzieję i szansę na nowe życie. Medtronic Poland został laureatem konkursu Najlepsi Pracodawcy 2010.

W związku z dynamicznym rozwojem Działu Arytmii Serca oraz działalności edukacyjnej w Polsce (www.medtronic.edu.pl), Medtronic poszukuje energicznych osób do Warszawskiego Centrum Edukacyjnego:


Główne obowiązki

  • Pomoc w prowadzeniu szkoleń z zakresu implantacji i programowania urządzeń wszczepialnych dla lekarzy i personelu średniego
  • Obsługa symulatora do wszczepień oraz programatorów
  • Obsługa stanowiska typu ?sztuczny pacjent?
  • Promocja rozwiązań technologicznych do elektroterapii serca

Wymagania

  • Student lub absolwent nauk medycznych, biologicznych lub technicznych, student inżynierii biomedycznej
  • Zainteresowanie inżynierią medyczną
  • Znajomość języka angielskiego w mowie i piśmie
  • Komunikatywność
  • Uczciwość, odpowiedzialność

Wybranym osobom zapewnimy wszechstronny i intensywny program szkoleń, nowe doświadczenia oraz unikalną kulturę prac.

Spotkanie informacyjne dla osób zainteresowanych odbędzie się 22 listopada w siedzibie firmy Medtronic przy ulicy Ostrobramskiej 101 (róg Poligonowej) o godz. 12.00; VI piętro

Zainteresowani udziałem w spotkaniu proszeni są o przesłanie potwierdzenia na adres email: Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć.

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Oferta pracy -  INŻYNIER / PROJEKTANT APARATURY MEDYCZNEJ

Firma: Socpol
Kraj: Szwajcaria
Miasto:
Sektor: projektowanie aparatury medycznej
Obszar: Aparatura medyczna
Typ: etat

 

W imieniu naszego Klienta ? międzynarodowej firmy o ugruntowanej pozycji na rynku międzynarodowym z siedzibą w Szwajcarii, Agencja Pracy SOCPOL poszukujemy Kandydatów na stanowisko: INŻYNIER / PROJEKTANT APARATURY MEDYCZNEJ

Główne obowiązki:

  • Projektowanie sprzętu medycznego i oprogramowania
  • Tworzenie i wykonywanie testów
  • Analiza przyczyn wadliwości i krytyczności wad (FMEA)
  • Ścisła współpraca z agencjami i użytkownikami
  • Przestrzeganie norm (ISO / IEC / EN / FDA / UL / MepV) technologii medycznych


Od kandydatów oczekujemy:

  • Wykształcenie wyższe o kierunku elektronika, informatyka
  • Doświadczenie zawodowe, w rozwoju i programowania systemów i aparatury medycznej
  • Dobra znajomość języka niemieckiego, dodatkowym atutem będzie znajomość j. angielskiego
  • Znajomość narzędzi IDE i ich środowiska (edytor, kompilator, debugger, SVN, narzędzia do testowania)
  • znajomość wielowarstwowej architektury oprogramowania (CAN,12C,RTC,RS, Ethernet), język oprogramowania (ANSI) C, C#, C++)
  • CAN, I2C, RTC, CRC, RS, Ethernet
  • Zorientowane na klienta i wyniki, pewność siebie, samodzielność
  • Silna motywacja do pracy, chęć podnoszenia kwalifikacji


Firma zapewnia:

  • Praca w międzynarodowym środowisku w grupie wybitnych specjalistów.
  • Możliwość pracy przy ciekawych, pełnych wyzwań projektach.
  • Atrakcyjne wynagrodzenie, niezbędne narzędzia do pracy.
  • Możliwość rozwoju zawodowego.
  • Pomoc w relokacji.

Zainteresowane osoby prosimy o wysłanie CV w j. niemieckim lub angielskim na adres: Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. , Tel:512 289 460, 501 460 383

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Research Fellow/Assistant in Zebrafish Brain Imaging in Singapore

Firma National University of Singapore
Kraj Singapore
Miasto Singapore
Sektor biomedical engineering
Obszar
image processing, computer graphics, computer vision
Typ full time


Applications are invited for a post-doctoral Research Fellow or a Research Assistant in a joint project between the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore and the A*STAR - Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Neuroscience Research Partnership. The successful applicant will join a team of researchers in developing an immersive virtual reality setup that will be used in conjunction with optical imaging to record neuronal activity in the brain of a behaving zebrafish. The project will make use of electrophysiological techniques, computer vision algorithms, and methods in computer graphics to create a realistic environment in which the zebrafish will be able to navigate.

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. or Bachelor?s in Electrical Engineering or related fields
  • Strong background in computer vision and computer graphics
  • Good programming skills in C and Matlab
  • Fluency in written and spoken English
  • Applicants for the Research Assistant position have to be Singaporeans or Singapore Permanent Residents from ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries


Responsibilities:

  • Set up electrophysiological recordings to detect movements in the zebrafish
  • Develop computer vision algorithms that are able to decipher the movements of the zebrafish
  • Construct a realistic virtual reality environment in which the zebrafish will be able to navigate
  • Contribute to and promote research activities of the research team
  • Supervise undergraduate and graduate student research projects

The appointment can commence immediately and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Interested applicants should send their motivation letter, curriculum vitae, and publication list via email to Dr. Shih-Cheng Yen (shihcheng@nus.edu.sg).

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Oferty pracy - Bioinformatyk - Specjalista od Komputerowego Wspomagania Projektowania Leków

Firma: Celther
Kraj: Polska
Miasto: Łódź (początkowo praca zdalna)
Sektor: biotechnologia
Obszar: bioinformatyka
Typ: Początkowo umowa o dzieło później możliwość pracy na pełny etat


Oferujemy:

  • Możliwość rozwoju zawodowego w wiodącej firmie z sektora biotechnologii
  • W początkowym okresie praca zdalna
  • W późniejszym czasie możliwość pracy na cały etat

Wymagania:

  • Znajomość języka angielskiego
  • Doświadczenie w komputerowym wspomaganiu projektowania leków (badania in silico)

Dokumenty aplikacyjne należy przesyłać na adres: Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć.

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PhD position in Image Processing - Perceptual Preferences Applied To Massive Super-Resolution and Image Editing

Firma University College London (UCL)
Kraj Great Britain (UK)
Miasto London
Sektor biomedical engineering
Obszar
image processing
Typ full time / PhD


Applications are invited for an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) in the Department of Computer Science at the University College London (UCL) in conjunction with Anthropics Technology Ltd. This is a 4-year studentship, leading to the award of an Engineering Doctorate, which offers the opportunity to conduct research within an industrial context. This EPSRC (UK Research Council) funded studentship is available to UK citizens and EU nationals if a relevant connection with the UK has been established (usually by being resident for a period of three years immediately before the EngD). Applicants must fulfil EPSRC eligibility criteriaand the normal academic requirements for admission to study in the Department. This studentship will pay a tax-free stipend of approximately ?18,000 per year, plus tuition fees. EU students without a relevant connection to the UK can receive an award to cover tuition fees only.

The EngD post in this project will be based at both UCL (central London) and Anthropics Technology Ltd. (15 min away by Tube). The post is offered under the Virtual Environments, Imaging and Visualization programme, which is run by the EngD VEIV Centre, UCL Computer Science.

Project

This project aims at looking between the pixels: many image-editing operations require values sampled between pixel centres, let it be simple resizing operations, content-sensitive image enhancement or alpha matting. Usually, such values are determined using interpolation. The field of super-resolution, however, aims at inferring content between the pixel samples. Super-resolution of single images is an ill-posed problem. This project should research meaningful ways to infer, or to "hallucinate", inter-pixel content, by drawing from principles of human perception. A key component of the work shall investigate preferences of many human observers to crowd source a model of the additional details people would expect to appear when massively up-scaling an image. Such human-sourced image understanding may facilitate other novel image editing operations. The work is conducted in collaboration with Anthropics Technology Ltd., London, who are experts in putting powerful, high-level image operations at the fingertips of inexperienced users.

Applicants are required to have

  • A bachelor degree (1st or 2.1 honours) or an MSc in Computer Science or related field;
  • Good knowledge of computer graphics, image processing and mathematics;
  • Strong programming skills, particularly C++, C, and Matlab;
  • Good communication and presentation skills.

Informal enquiries on the project can be made to Dr Tim Weyrich (http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/T.Weyrich/). For further information on the EngD Programme, see http://web4.cs.ucl.ac.uk/teaching/engd/ or contact Dr Jamie O'Brien ( Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. ).

To be considered, you must fill in the general UCL application form.  Please see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate-study/application-admission/, where you can download the forms and guidelines. Make sure you specify Supervisor (Tim Weyrich), and EngD (?Perceptual Preferences?) on the ?Research Subject Area? part of the form. Please send the completed form to Dr Jamie O?Brien, Department of Computer Science, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT.

If you need further assistance regarding our application process, please contact the EngD Centre Manager Dr Jamie O?Brien ( Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. )

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PhD position in Machine Learning and Computer Vision

Firma University of Naples Parthenope
Kraj Italy
Miasto Naples
Sektor inżynieria biomedyczna / biomedical engineering
Obszar
computer vision / machine learning / pattern recognition
Typ pełny etat / full time / PhD

Competition by selection on the basis of academic qualifications for the admission of non EU citizens for One Grant to the Research Doctorate/Ph.D. degree course in Machine Learning for Computer Vision at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Lab (http:\\cvprlab.uniparthenope.it) of University of Naples Parthenope.

The aim of the Graduate School of Information Technology is to provide:

  • solid, wide-ranging knowledge about the basics of information sciences and technologies and related fields;
  • advanced and in-depth competences about specific disciplinary aspects;
  • the interdisciplinary skills necessary to be able to exploit cultural and methodological synergies;
  • a sound methodological grounding in the conduct of research, as well as in its organisation, management and dissemination;
  • opportunities for internationalisation and advanced relations with economic, social and production bodies located in the area.

The aim is to prepare students with an extensive, sound cultural background, providing them with a high degree of flexibility, an open mind and in-depth, innovative competences in specific fields. These students will be capable of conducting and managing both theoretical and applied research activities independently, contributing greatly to maintaining and advancing scientific and technological knowledge at international level. They will also be capable of designing and building complex IT systems, developing innovative IT applications and transferring their knowledge to the private sector, thus contributing to consolidating and expanding the role played by Italian firms in the global economic scenario. The training provided by the School has been articulated by identifying blocks of courses (the curricula) that correspond to specific areas of interest in IT disciplines. The longer courses cover fundamental areas of information sciences and technologies, while the short courses go into greater detail about specific topics, above all by presenting recent research projects and results and so providing stimuli for the postgraduate students? own research activities. Each postgraduate student is free to construct his/her own study plan, choosing several long courses and several short courses of interest to him/her. It is also possible to attend courses at other Italian and foreign universities, so as to expand the opportunities for training and encourage internationalisation.

In addition to the qualifications required to all participants, candidates will have to demonstrate that they hold:

  • A good knowledge of English language.

Requirements

Applications for selection are invited from non EU citizens who do not come within the purview of Italian Legislative Decree N° 286, dated 25 July 1998, as amended by Law N° 189, dated 30 July 2002 and hold a foreign degree. The candidates? degrees will be recognised as equivalent to the Italian "Laurea magistrale" (exclusively for the purposes of this competition) by the competent Academic Board. The University can at any time exclude candidates lacking the admission requirements.

Studentship assignment

Successful applicants, whose annual income does not exceed ? 15,000.00 (occasional self-employed work incomes are excluded), are entitled to get a scholarship amounting to ? 13,638.47 (gross total) per year. If an applicant selected to receive a studentship fails to enrol, the studentship will be assigned to the selected applicant following in the list.

To apply:

The application should be submitted using the attached form available on the University web site http://www.unimi.it/ricerca/dottorati/19244.htm and must arrive, together with the qualifications listed below, by 15 September 2011 using one of the following methods:

  • by fax to: +39-02-50313731
  • by e-mail to: Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć.
  • by post to: Magnifico Rettore, Universit? degli Studi di Milano, Via Festa del Perdono, 7, I - 20122 Milano ITALY

Applications and qualifications arriving after the deadline (15 September 2011) will not be considered.

Candidates will apply for a single Research Doctorate/Ph.D. Degree Course; should a Graduate School involve different Research Doctorate/Ph.D. degree courses, applicants will opt for only one among those indicated. The application form must be completed in all its parts.

The following documents must be attached to the application form:

  • a certificate related to the most recent academic degree, translated into Italian or English;
  • a curriculum studiorum stating examinations taken and grades gained with a brief description of their contents; the curriculum should be accompanied by a report on any research carried out by the candidate;
  • a list of publications (if any);
  • a letter of recommendation by the teachers or tutors who supervised the candidate on his/her studies at Home University;
  • any further candidate?s qualifications that should be taken into account, including the study and research programmes he/she intends to carry out in Milan.

All documents must be in Italian or English, or accompanied by a translation into Italian or English.
Candidates will be required to submit additional documentation as specified in article 3.

Admission and enrolment

Admission to a Research Doctorate/Ph.D. Degree Course is decided by the Academic Board. The Academic Board?s decision will be made known through a list of admitted candidates available on the University web site http://www.unimi.it/ricerca/dottorati/19244.htm by 12 October 2011.
No personal communication relating to the results of the competition will be given.

Winners should enrol, under penalty of exclusion, by 31 October 2011 by presenting the following documents to the address given in article 4:

a) the enrolment form, available on the web site at the address: http://www.unimi.it/ricerca/dottorati/19244.htm
b) photocopy of an identity document
c) a passport-size photograph
d) qualification translated by an official translator and certified by an Italian diplomatic office (Embassy or Consulate) in the country where the qualification was obtained
e) ?declaration of local value? issued by the same diplomatic office.

Interested in this PhD position are  invited to contact and send their CV to Prof. Alfredo Petrosino, University of Naples Parthenope. Email: Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć.

PhD position in AV motion perception during eye and head movement

Firma Cardiff University
Kraj UK
Miasto Cardiff
Sektor inżynieria biomedyczna / biomedical engineering
Obszar
motion perception
Typ pełny etat / full time / PhD

AV motion perception during eye and head movement - RA/PhD position with Tom Freeman / John Culling

John and I are seeking to appoint a Research Assistant to undertake research funded by the Wellcome Trust investigating audiovisual motion perception during eye and head rotation. The research asks how perceptual systems combine sensory information with feedback from eye movement and head movement control systems. While there is large literature on these types of interactions in vision science, the research-base in audition and cross-modal science is considerably smaller. The post therefore presents an exciting opportunity to carry work in a relatively unexplored domain.

The successful candidate will be encouraged to register for a PhD for which there is additional funding available beyond the term of the post.

Salary:  Grade 5 (?24,370 - ?28,251). Due to limited external funding it is not expected to appoint above ?24,370

Closing date:  8th July 2011

For further enquires please contact:
Tom Freeman ( Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. )
or John Culling ( Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. )

For further information about the post go here:
http://psych.cf.ac.uk/research/perception_action/index.html
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ACV401/research-assistant/

For further information about the Perception Group at Cardiff University, go here:
http://psych.cf.ac.uk/research/perception_action/index.html

Research Technician in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Firma The Rochester Center for Brain Imaging
Kraj USA
Miasto Rochester
Sektor inżynieria biomedyczna / biomedical engineering
Obszar
neuroimaging, signal processing
Typ pełny etat / full time

The Rochester Center for Brain Imaging  (University of Rochester, Rochester, NY) is seeking a research technician to perform data collection, preprocessing, and analysis of functional, structural, and diffusion tensor MRI data, and development of software tools for same.

The applicant should have a background in neuroimaging or signal processing in one or more of the following areas: psychology, computer science, physics, engineering, or statistics, with experience in the processing and analysis of MR images (including Matlab, C++, packages such as AFNI, FSL, and/or SPM). The research focus of the Center is human brain functions, however the center also coordinates basic and clinical research on other topics (see http://www.rcbi.rochester.edu/). The candidate will be based in the Rochester Center for Brain Imaging (http://www.rcbi.rochester.edu), a state-of-the-art facility equipped with a Siemens 3T MAGNETOM Trio TIM system and high-performance computing resources, with a full-time staff of cognitive neuroscientists, computer scientists, engineers, and physicists. Opportunities exist to collaborate with faculty in the departments of Brain & Cognitive Science, Center for Visual Science, Imaging Sciences/Radiology, Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science, among others.

The successful candidate will typically possess a masters degree, but unusually talented candidatses with a bachelors degree and several years of revelant experience will be considered. Salary commensurable with experience. Start date flexible but a minimum of two year commitment required. Evaluation of application materials and scheduling of interviews will begin on August 1, 2011, although late applications will still be reviewed until the position is filled. If interested, please send a CV and short statement of your interest, as well as the name and address of three references to Dr. Richard Aslin, Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. .

PhD student position in Multisensory Research (Barcelona)

Firma Pompeu Fabra University
Kraj Hiszpania / Spain
Miasto Barcelona
Sektor inżynieria biomedyczna / biomedical engineering
Obszar
sensoryka / sensorics
Typ pełny etat / full time / doktorat / PhD

 

Applications are invited for a full-time pre-doctoral position in the MULTISENSORY RESEARCH GROUP, led by Salvador Soto-Faraco, at the Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona). The position is covered by a European Research Council grant on Multisensory Integration and Attention.

The position

The project attempts to understand the interplay between multisensory integration and attention. This includes research in the domains of speech, temporal and spatial processing, and body representatio. The methodological approaches include psychophysics, neuroimaging (fMRI, ERP), and brain stimulation (TMS).

We seek a highly motivated student who has an interest to complete a PhD in our group. Full involvement in the group?s activities is expected. Among others, we will value positively the candidates prior research experience; background in relevant areas (cognitive neuroscience, neuroscience, and/or cognitive psychology), and programming skills.

Conditions

The position will be funded for three years.  Starting date: September 2011. Salary (before tax): 18000Eur/Year

How to apply

Applications should include:

  • a  C.V. including a list of publications
  • the names of two referees who would willing to write letters of recommendation
  • a cover letter describing research interests

For applications or other enquiries about the position, please contact Salvador Soto-Faraco at Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. (http://www.mrg.upf.edu). Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please, mention that you are applying to the PREDOCTORAL position in the email subject.

PhD Student Position - image processing, opthamology

Firma University of Manchester and 4D optics Ltd.
Kraj Wielka Brytania / UK
Miasto Manchester
Sektor inżynieria biomedyczna / biomedical engineering, optyka / optics
Obszar
okulistyka / opthamology
Typ pełny etat / full time / doktorat / PhD


Applications are invited for a PhD studentship starting in the academic year 2011-12 to work with Dr Vincent Nourrit and Dr James Graham (University of Manchester) and 4D Optics Ltd.

The diagnosis and management of many ophthalmic conditions rely on assessment of retinal images. The application of adaptive optics (AO), a technique widely used in astronomy, to retinal imaging offers the potential to obtain images of the retina at previously unachievable resolution. As a consequence of the ultra high resolution of AO imaging systems, the area being imaged is relatively small and does not offer any landmark for the clinicians to localize the area of the fundus being imaged. This constitutes an impediment to the practical application of the technology in clinical practice. AO bio-microscopy of the retina allows imaging of the retina at the cellular scale. However at this scale it is extremely difficult to determine the location of the imaging field from the AO imaging. The objective of the project is to develop an accurate image processing algorithm to perform real time landmark tracking and to implement it within a dual scale system comprising an AO fundus camera and a standard wide field fundus camera.

This position is an opportunity to join a multidisciplinary environment and gain experience in several aspects of image processing, optics and ophthalmic instrumentation. In addition, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to work both in a business and academic environment.

The ideal candidate would combine good programming skills with proven experience of algorithm and software development, and a degree in mathematics or other numerate discipline. Knowledge of Matlab and/or numerical python and C is expected and knowledge of Mac OS, OpenCL would be an asset, as would experience in image processing or computer vision. The candidate should be able to demonstrate independence and curiosity and be able to lead the project forward.

Funding Notes:

This studentship is available to UK and other EU nationals (due to funding criteria) and provides fees and stipend subject to eligibility. Applicants should hold (or be about to obtain) a first or upper second class honours degree in a related area.

For further details please email Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć.

To apply for this studentship please see: http://www.ls.manchester.ac.uk/phdprogrammes/apply.

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