Research Associate in Computed Tomography Methodology and Quantitative Image Analysis

Hochschule Luzern

Switzerland

 

Your Tasks 

  • Development of novel image analysis methods for the analysis of the penetration of conservation agents in wood samples
  • Development of acquisition protocols and measurement setups for the optimum acquisition of tomography measurements
  • Development of analysis methods to quantify the deformation of the sample based on computed tomography data sets
  • Writing scientific articles, scientific funding applications and participation in academic conferences
  • Co-supervising bachelor and master theses

Your Profile 

  • PhD or master's degree / diploma in physics, mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering or other relevant subject.
  • Enthusiasm for computed tomography, image analysis and interdisciplinary research
  • Experience in the analysis of volumetric image stacks and the optimisation of computed tomography acquisition protocols and measurement setups
  • Excellent English skills, both written and spoken. Good German skills desired
  • Project management, presentation skills, rapid familiarisation with new topics
  • Creative, team-minded, communicative and eager for knowledge

Our Offer 
We offer a high-responsibility, high-variability position in an innovative field of research. You will be part of a motivated and open-minded team and will have access to modern laboratory infrastructure and a vast national/international network. You will have the opportunity to enhance your technical knowledge, gain valuable experience and to contribute your own ideas and know-how in an interdisciplinary and creative way. The working place is situated in the attractive location in Horw/Lucerne.

For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Philipp Schütz, +41 76 510 21 60 or visit www.hslu.ch/TES.


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