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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

PhD Vacancy in Bioimaging/Grid Computing at Kingston University London


PhD Vacancy

Study of Cancer Cell Behaviour using Grid Computing
(Reference C/01)

The candidate will develop novel computing techniques to assess the 
invasion potential of cancer cells using image analysis, component and 
distributed technologies on our high performance cluster.
The project aims to advance the understanding of the complex mechanisms 
involved in cancer invasion using large-scale cell datasets obtained 
through a collaboration with Cancer Research UK.
(This project may offer an enhanced stipend.)

Contact(s):

Dr Andreas Hoppe
a.hoppe@kingston.ac.uk +44 (0)208 547 2000 extn 62675
http://bioimaging.king.ac.uk

Dr Souheil Khaddaj
s.khaddaj@kingston.ac.uk +44 (0)208 547 2000 extn 62656
http://codis.king.ac.uk

Dr Darrel Greenhill
d.greenhill@kingston.ac.uk +44 (0)208 547 2000 extn 62675
http://dircweb.king.ac.uk

Applying for the Studentship

Please note that this position is only open to European Union
citizens.

Closing Date: November 30th 2006

Please return the application form   
http://www.kingston.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/pdf/ku_postgrad_application_and_reference_form.pdf
(quoting the project reference number above) an academic CV, references 
and any other documentation to:

Mrs B Tang
Research and Enterprise Officer Kingston University Faculty of
Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics Sopwith Building, Penrhyn
Road Kingston upon Thames Surrey, KT1 2EE UK
b.tang@kingston.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 8547 7054
Please telephone or email Mrs B Tang for any other queries