[Ieee_vis_open_positions] PhD position in Image Processing in Cryo Electron Tomography (MPI of Biophysics, Frankfurt)

beturono at biophys.mpg.de beturono at biophys.mpg.de
Mon Sep 13 23:48:41 CEST 2021

Dear colleagues,

The Image Processing group
(https://www.biophys.mpg.de/molecular-sociology/image_processing) at Max
Planck Institute of Biophysics (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) aims to
facilitate in situ structural analysis by developing novel algorithms for
cryo electron tomography and subtomogram averaging. Our method development
focuses on integrating contextual information provided either directly
within the tomogram or by other sources (molecular dynamics, mass
spectrometry) into subtomogram averaging routines (for examples, see our
latest work on in situ structural analysis of Sars-CoV-2:

We seek to recruit a PhD Candidate (f/m/d) in Image Processing.

Applicants should hold a Master degree in computer science, visual
computing, applied mathematics, physics, biophysics, or a related field.
The ideal candidates will have experience in one or more of the following
subject areas:
- image processing
- computer graphics (especially geometry/topology)
- applied mathematics
- strong programming skills in some object-oriented language (C++, Python)

Applications should contain a short motivation explaining your interest in
and fit to the position, a CV including contact information for at least
one reference and transcript of records. Please send applications to
Beata.Turonova at biophys.mpg.de by September 30, 2021. Applications received
after September 30 will be considered in the case the position will not be
filled by then.

Please forward this announcement to potentially interested candidates.

Thanks and best wishes,

Beata Turonova

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