The Medical Image Computing group at the Technical University of Denmark currently offers a PhD position in medical image registration, in closely collaboration with the division of radiotherapy at Herlev-Gentofte Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark. The task is the development and application of novel computational methods for dual energy CT and PET/CT image registration for visualizing hypoxia.
Our group is well-known internationally for developing new methods for medical image analysis, in particular for segmentation, registration, prediction and reconstruction purposes. Much of our work focuses on Bayesian modeling. The group contributes actively to the open-source package for neuroimage analysis FreeSurfer.
The current PhD project lies at the interface between medical physics and image computing, and can be tweaked to match the interests of the selected candidate. We are looking for a person with a master's degree within medical physics, computer science, electrical engineering, applied mathematics or a similar degree with an equivalent academic level. Candidates should be highly motivated and interested in interdisciplinary research.
Please submit your application online through this link. The deadline is 12 January 2020.
For more information, please contact prof. Koen Van Leemput.