Doctoral Position in Photoacoustic Imaging, University of Vienna

Organization: 
University of Vienna, Austria
Email: 
min.hadler@univie.ac.at
Job Description: 

There is a available a doctoral research position for Applied
Mathematics at the Computational Science Center of the University of
Vienna. The position is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) within
the national research network "Photoacoustic Imaging in Biology and
Medicine".

The duties of a successful candidate include interdisciplinary
collaborations with other research groups within the national research
network, which are the Recendt, Linz (Dr. Burgholzer), University of
Graz (Dr. Nuster, Prof. Paltauf) and the University of Innsbruck (Prof.
Meyer).

Particular research topics are
1. Reconstruction formulas for integral geometric problems,
2. Hybrid imaging,
3. regularization methods for inverse problems.
The progress is published in high quality journals and also presented at
international conferences.

Candidates interested in this position should be graduated as a master
in Mathematics and should have some expertise on differential equations,
as well as good programming skills (Matlab and C++). Supplementary, the
applicant should be fluent in spoken and written English and possess the
ability to integrate in a well motivated team.

The contract can be extended up to 1 years (starting from March 2012)
after evaluation. According to the regulations of the Austrian Science
Fund the working load of 30 hours per week devoted to the project. The
salary is according to the scheme of the Austrian Science Fund and can
be found on its homepage.

An application for this position requires
- a CV,
- a letter of motivation,
- grades of master studies (or, if necessary, the corresponding
transcripts),
- an abstract of the master thesis,
- and a proposed date of appointment.

Applications should be submitted by email (with the above mentioned
information as PDF attachments) to MIN HADLER (min.hadler@univie.ac.at).

Job Categories: 
Universities and colleges
Deadline for Application: 
Feb 29 2012
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