[visionlist] Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Advanced Cardiac Imaging – King’s College London, UK

Reference: THW/17/059639/001064 
Salary Details: £32,958 per annum 
Allowances: Plus £2,623 London Allowance 
Contract Type: Temporary/Fixed term 
Contract Term: Full time 

We are seeking for a Research Associate for a 2-year fixed term contract starting October 2017. The purpose of the role will be to conceive and implement a method for shared interactive visualization of 3D medical images between multiple users on different
The proposed system should allow the interactions from one user to be reflected in other users’ visualization devices. This system will be integrated into a novel augmented reality/virtual reality platform so that the virtual interrogation of medical data can
be shared between multiple users. 
The role is a part of the NIHR funded programme awarded to our multidisciplinary team in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at King’s College London and the Department of Congenital Heart Disease at Evelina London Children’s Hospital. The primary aim
of this project is to investigate and implement an advanced visualization system, using holographic and augmented reality technology, to assist in cardiac surgery planning. 
The selection process will include a panel interview, a presentation and a paper discussion.
Interviews are scheduled to be held the week commencing: end of August 2017
For an informal discussion to find out more about the role please contact Prof Julia Schnabel
Julia.schnabel@kcl.ac.uk or Dr Alberto Gomez

To apply for this role, please go to the King’s College London HireWire Job Board and register to download and submit the specified application form:

The deadline for applications is midnight on 23 August 2017


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