PhD student ‘The interface between software technique and clinical medicine’

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PhD student | ‘The interface between software technique and clinical medicine’

Do you find a challenge in composing various components into a working device? Help us improving the current eye tracking techniques and built an eye tracker which will developed into a commercial product!

The project

We have started an innovation project (TKI-LSH) aimed at improving the current eye tracking techniques. Aim is to improve the measurement technique to be able to circumvent extensive calibration and to enhance the measurement range. With these improvements, the scope of application will be much enlarged. This is an innovation project in the form of a public-private partnership (PPP). Our private partner is Laméris Ootech, a market leader in ophthalmological equipment. Project coordination is at IXA.

The project comprises development of a new eye tracker, based on patented technology (owner VUmc) and testing this eye tracker in healthy subjects and selected patients. Using commercially available components such as infrared light sources, infrared cameras, high end GPU’s and high end monitors, a concept eye tracker will be built, which will finally be developed into a commercial product / medical device.

As PhD student in this project we offer you:

  • A challenging job on the frontier between engineering and clinical applications. Lots of possibilities to develop into a specialist in the area of biomedical data analysis / development of medical devices / artificial intelligence / computer vision.
  • An excellent preparation for a career, both in a clinical and a commercial field. You may play a central role in the commercial development of the product.
  • A possibility to apply artificial intelligence in practice.
  • Intensive cooperation with experts from various disciplines: engineering, marketing and clinical specialists.
  • Extensive possibilities for development of a national and international network.

About you

We are looking for a motivated PhD student with the following expertise and experience:

  • You have a Master degree in one of the disciplines on the frontier between engineering and medicine. For example in Technical Medicine, Biomedical Engineering, Technical Computer Science or other software study such as artificial intelligence;
  • You can demonstrate your affinity and experience with computer programming. Knowledge and experience with applications such as C++, Python and Java are required. Experience with video-analysis (or Object Recognition) is a plus;
  • You have affinity with hardware and equipment. You will find a challenge in composing various components into a working device.

Our offer

Salary scale:  PHD (2495 tot 3196 euro based on a 36 hour week), depending on qualifications and experience.

The monthly wage will increase yearly to the maximum salary in the fourth year of 3,196 € gross per month.

In addition, we offer:

  • Additional benefits include an 8.3% end-of-year bonus and 8.0% holiday pay.
  • The opportunity to follow further training and development.
  • Pension is accrued at the ABP. VUmc contributes a large part of the premium (70%).
  • In addition to excellent accessibility by public transport, we reimburse 75% of your OV travel costs (commuting costs).

We offer a full-time employment for 4 years. After the first annual contract, the employment will be extended to 4 years.

For Dutch citizens it is mandatory to provide a VOG (Verklaring Omtrent Gedrag). Foreign citizens need to provide comparable police clearing certificates.

Additional information

The preferred starting date for this position is November or December 2021.

For more information about this position, you can contact Dr. Rene van Rijn, via telephone number: 020-444 444, tracer 61431 .

For more information about the application procedure, you can contact Brend de Jong, corporate recruiter, via telephone number: 020-444 8704.

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