Marie Curie PhD position: Open reference databases and tools for the multimodal validation of strain
ESR3: Open reference databases and tools for the multimodal validation of strain What we expect
We are looking for highly motivated young researchers with a Master degree (or equivalent) in Biomedical Engineering, Physics, Applied Mathematics, Computational Science, or related disciplines, willing to study and do research at the leading edge of biomedical engineering. Interest in biomedical and clinical applications is essential. Experience with computer sciences and having proven programming skills would be of importance.
You have excellent teamwork and communication skills, and be enthusiastic about collaborating with a diverse range of international partners. We expect candidates to be fluent in English as this will be the language used to interrelate with the different partners.
Female applicants are explicitly encouraged to apply and will be treated preferentially whenever they are equally qualified as other male candidates.
- Specific requirements for ESR3: Open reference databases and tools for the multimodal validation of strain
The candidate should have a strong background in biomechanics, more specifically solid mechanics and numerical methods (e.g. FEM) combined with computer science skills. Good programming abilities (e.g. C++, Python) are required. Biomedical image analysis skills and personalization of simulation parameters are assets for this position.
Full announcement at http://cardiofunxion.upf.edu/