Imec-Visionlab, an exciting research group at the University of Antwerp (http://visielab.uantwerpen.be/ ), has an open position for a PhD student to work on developing innovative image reconstruction methods for Phase contrast X-ray Computed Tomography
- Tomography is an image reconstruction technique that leans strongly on large-scale numerical mathematics, particularly linear algebra.
- It has a wide range of applications in industry (nondestructive testing) and science (3D imaging of nanomaterials).
- In this project, new methods will be developed for edge illumination based X-ray phase contrast tomography.
- You have a M.Sc. degree in the field of Mathematics, Physics, or Engineering.
- You love interdisciplinary science, and want to advance the field of dynamic CT with your skills, creativity and novel solutions.
- You have a good sense of humor and like to develop theory and afterwards code to put your new methods into practice.
- You also want to tell the world about your findings with sparkling presentations.
How to apply
- You can apply for this vacancy through the University of Antwerp’s online job application platform until 16 August 2020. Click on ‘apply’, complete the online application form and don’t forget to include the following documents:
- A motivation letter,
- A detailed CV (including followed courses, honours, grades, previous work, programming skills, publications,
- Contact info of two references
- A weblink to a short video introducing yourself
- The selection committee will review all of the applications as soon as possible after the application deadline.
- As soon as a decision has been made, we will inform you about the next steps in the selection procedure.
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|Organization||University of Antwerp|
|Type of position||Postdoctoral|
|Subject areas||Mathematics, Physics, or Engineering|
|Deadline||August 16, 2020|