[robotics-worldwide] Postdoc vacancy, swallowable camera, medical robotics, started in Spring 2008

Dezhen Song dzsong at cs.tamu.edu
Mon Nov 12 06:59:00 PST 2007


Postdoc vacancy in medical robotics

Position: Research Associate
Salary: $45,000 + bonus

Applications are invited for the position of Research Associate in
Department of Computer Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX,
US. The position is sponsored by Capso Vision in Saratoga, CA. As a part
of an exciting swallowable camera project, the candidate is expected to
working on a coronary image reconstruction and analysis project using
robotic localization and image analysis techniques. Four cameras are in a
ring configuration attached to the waist of a capsule that is 2.5cm long
and 1cm in diameter.

The background of robotic localization, multiple-view geometry, and image
analysis is favorable. The position can be extended to long term or
converted into a senior research position in Capso Vision at the end of
the contract. If qualified, Capso Vision can directly hire the candidate
as a senior research scientist with over $100k US dollars per year and
stock options.  The project is based at both Texas A&M University and
Capso Vision. The candidate is expected to travel once per month between
two sites.

The applicant must hold a Ph.D. or be close to finish his/her Ph.D. at the
end of 2007. The applicant will be expected to lead a research group and
start the job as early as Jan. 2008. If interested please send your c.v.,
one related publication, and two letters of recommendation to Dr. Dezhen
Song's email: dzsong at cs.tamu.edu

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Dezhen Song, PhD                   Email: dzsong at cs.tamu.edu
Assistant Professor                Rm. 311C
H.R. Bright Building               Department of Computer Science
3112 TAMU                          Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843          Phone: (979)845-5464(O)
http://faculty.cs.tamu.edu/dzsong
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