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Post-doc in deep learning for biomedical image analysis

We are looking for candidates interested in developing deep learning algorithms for brain-related 2D/3D MRI or microscopy images. Possible topics include image registration, segmentation or the automatic tracking/tracing of neurons in large 3D image data. We also welcome new project proposals related to brain/neuron image data analysis.

Experience in biomedical image analysis is a plus, but not a requirement. This position can be a great opportunity to apply knowledge and expertise from computer vision and/or image processing to new problems in the biomedical field.

Postdoctoral Fellow, Research Scientist, and Instructor in Biomedical Optics and Medical Physics

Postdoctoral Fellow, Research Scientist, and Instructor in Biomedical Optics and Medical Physics

We are looking for skilled and enthusiastic candidates to fill Postdoctoral Fellow, Research Scientist, and Instructor positions in the Biomedical Imaging and Radiation Technology Laboratory(BIRTLab) at Department of Radiation Oncology in UT Southwestern Medical Center. Our mission is to innovate, develop, and apply biomedical technology to empower cancer research.

ML NLP Post doc

Tufts University has an opening for a post-doctoral researcher to engage in a cross-cutting project focusing on the development of and use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) for social sciences applications. Recent advances, starting with the now classical word2vec approach to models built using attention and transformer networks such as BERT and GTP3 have shown tremendous potential for natural language modeling and automated interpretation.

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Research Engineer (Research Fellow) in Sound Sensing

Research Engineer (Research Fellow) in Sound Sensing

       Location: University of Surrey, Guildford, UK

       Closing Date: Monday 08 August 2022 (23:59 BST)

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Post-doctoral Students

The Signal Acquisition, Modeling, Processing and Learning (SAMPL) lab headed by Prof. Yonina Eldar at the Weizmann Institute of Science is recruiting post-doctoral students for cutting-edge research at the intersection of signal processing, information theory and learning. The work will be performed in collaboration with Prof. Muriel Medard at MIT, working with collaborative and supportive teams. Background in one or more of the above areas required with the desire to expand into the other areas.

Postdoctoral positions in medical image reconstruction, analysis, and machine learning

Positions: The Gordon Center for Medical Imaging (GCMI) in the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Harvard Medical School (HMS) has multiple openings for highly qualified individuals at the postdoctoral level to work with Prof. Kuang Gong on NIH funded projects related to PET image reconstruction, medical image analysis, and machine learning methodologies.

Multiple openings for PhD students, Postdoctoral Researchers and R&D Engineers at Télécom Paris, Institut polytechnique de Paris, in the “Signal, Statistics and Learning (S2A) team.

We have multiple openings for PhD studentsPostdoctoral Researchers and R&D Engineers at Télécom Paris, Institut polytechnique de Paris, in the “Signal, Statistics and Learning (S2A) team. 

All positions are located at Telecom Paris, 19 place Marguerite Perey, 91120 Palaiseau, France.

Start of the positions: October/November 2022 (for PhDs/Engineer), January 2023 for PostDoc



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