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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

PhD Position - electron tomography - University of Antwerp

http://www.emat.ua.ac.be/

The EMAT (http://www.emat.ua.ac.be/) and Vision Lab (http://www.emat.ua.ac.be/) research groups at the University of Antwerp (Belgium) are recruiting a PhD student to join a research project on electron tomography.
 
Tasks:
 
The PhD candidate will be expected to
 
-    develop new reconstruction and preprocessing algorithms aimed at more accurate electron tomography
-    develop (in collaboration) a software package for iterative/discrete tomographic reconstruction in electron microscopy
-    apply the new techniques to a variety of microscopy data sets
 
Your profile:
 
   - Master of science (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, ...)
   - Background in electron microscopy or material science is a plus.
   - Knowledge of C, C++, or Matlab;
   - Interest in image processing;
   - Fluent in English both written and spoken (mandatory) ;
 
We offer:
 
-    Exciting applied projects that combine image processing and electron microscopy;
-    A stimulating, high tech, and multidisciplinary research environment;
-    a net salary of 1430 euro/month
 
Duration: 4 years
 
Start date: As soon as possible.
 
Please send your CV with references to
 
   - Prof Dr S. Bals  (sara.bals@ua.ac.be)
   - Prof Dr J. Sijbers (jan.sijbers@ua.ac.be)
   - Dr J. Batenburg (joost.batenburg@ua.ac.be)