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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Job: Computer Vision Scientist, Manchester


Computer Vision Scientist
Central Manchester

Imorphics provides leading-edge technology to international clients in
the pharmaceutical and orthopaedic sectors. To support our rapid growth,
we are looking for an ambitious and self-motivated computer vision
expert who wants to make a real difference to a fast growing company.

You will have a PhD or similar experience in computer vision. You will
have the ability to innovate and robustly solve real-world computer
vision problems. 

Experience of some of the following would be a distinct advantage

* statistical or mathematical modelling of shape
* statistical or mathematical modelling of image intensity
* non-linear image registration
* automatic image segmentation
* 3D image analysis
* commercial environment
* advanced C++

The role requires the candidate to be capable of leading technically
demanding projects and have the flexibility and communication skills to
operate effectively within a high calibre team. 

Imorphics offers a fascinating opportunity for the right candidate.  The
modelling techniques which we utilise are at the forefront of what is
possible within 3D medical imaging. Our technology allows us to
undertake powerful clinical trials, and provide detailed anatomical
information for orthopaedic design and surgical procedure.  This is a
chance to join a leading technical company in its early stages, and make
a real difference using your computer vision skills

Salary and other benefits will be commensurate with experience.  The
company also operates a share option package for key employees.

To apply please email your CV with covering letter to