[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Computer Assisted Medical Interventions specialist position, TIMC-IMAG, Grenoble, France

Sandrine Voros Sandrine.Voros at imag.fr
Tue May 19 06:49:40 PDT 2015

*Position location:* TIMC-IMAG Laboratory, Grenoble, France
(TIMC-IMAG: Techniques for biomedical engineering and complexity 
management – informatics, mathematics and applications – Grenoble)

*Duration of Contract:* At least 2 years of contract

*Salary Range:* salary & benefits in line with the international 
standards, depending on the expertise of the candidate (from 
post-doctoral level to senior expertise)

Medical Interventions (surgery, interventional radiology, radiotherapy) 
can provide a significant boost for progress in terms of 
patient-specific optimal planning and performance. To fulfill patient’s 
demand for Quality, Senior Operators demand to see beyond the 
immediately visible, to be assisted in their real-time vital decisions 
and to accede to enhanced dexterity, while junior operators request to 
“learn to fly” before being left alone, and Public Health Authorities 
and companies require demonstration of the Medical Benefit of innovations.

The Computer Assisted Medical Interventions LABEX (CAMI LABEX) strategic 
vision is that an integrated approach of medical interventions will 
result in a breakthrough in terms of quality of medical interventions, 
demonstrated in terms of medical benefits and degree of penetration of 
CAMI technology in routine clinical practice. In the frame of Labex 
CAMI, TIMC-IMAG / CAMI team (www-timc.imag.fr, www-timc.imag.fr/cami) 
invites qualified senior applicants (experienced postdoctoral fellow or 
professor) to submit their curriculum vitae for a Researcher position in 
the field of Computer Assisted Medical Interventions (CAMI) in Grenoble, 

We are seeking a highly motivated candidate with a strong background in 
Computer Vision, Image Processing and Software/Hardware Integration, 
with a focus on intra-operative multimodal imaging. A previous 
multidisciplinary postdoctoral experience of at least two years is 
required, and applications from senior researchers are welcome. A 
background in robotics will be considered favorably.

The Researcher will carry out multidisciplinary research around:

  * the innovative fusion of multimodal data obtained by novel or
    classical sensors,
  * the assistance to real-time decision-making through high-level
    planning and monitoring of the intervention related to the
    activities of the CAMI team.

If you are interested, the full application call with required profile, 
background and application process can be found here 

For more information, you can also visit the CAMI Labex website 
<http://cami-labex.fr/>, the TIMC-IMAG website 
<http://www-timc.imag.fr/>, or send an e-mail to Sandrine.Voros at imag.fr

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