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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Faculty position in Medical Imaging/Learning/Vision (Ecole Centrale de Paris)

Ecole Centrale de Paris

Department of Applied Mathematics

The Department of Applied Mathematics of Ecole Centrale de Paris had one 
immediate opening for a tenured faculty position at the level of 
assistant professor in the following areas: machine learning (with 
applications in medical imaging, vision/graphics), medical imaging or 
computer vision. Applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. in Applied 
Mathematics, Computer Science or a closely related field, proven 
research credentials and ability to carry on independent research. 
He/She is expected to enforce on-going research activities in the above 
mentioned areas.

Ecole Centrale de Paris, is one of the most exclussive engineering 
schools in France (Grande Ecoles) ranked among the top three. It is 
located in the greater Paris region and is accessible from Paris  via 
public transportation.  It has a long tradition on admitting and forming 
engineers of the highest quality, through a very competitive process. 
The candidate is expected to closely collaborate with INRIA 
Futurs/Saclay - a leading research organization in the area of 
informatics and engineering, as well as with the top clinical and 
industrial players in the field.

Applications should be submitted via e-mail ( 
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, research statement, and 
contact information for three references. Text or PDF are strongly 
preferred for all application materials and reference letters.

Review of applications will begin on February 15, 2008.