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April 2021

CREATIS (Lyon, France), is offering a two-year post-doctoral position in Artificial Intelligence and Monte Carlo simulations in medical physics: investigating Angular Response Functions for SPECT image simulation with neural network, a collaboration between researchers from CREATIS lab and the nuclear medicine department of the Léon Bérard cancer center. It is funded by the European project POPEYE.

For more information, click HERE 

 

CREATIS (Lyon, France), propose une thèse de doctorat (PhD) en Imagerie optique fonctionnelle de repos en neurochirurgie pour l’identification peropératoire des fonctions cérébrales. La thèse reposera sur les travaux préliminaires déjà engagé et publiés pour certains et se déroulera à CREATIS, laboratoire de recherche appliquée à l’imagerie médicale associé au CNRS et à l’INSERM. Ce laboratoire de recherche multidisciplinaire constitue un environnement scientifique et technologique stimulant au coeur du domaine scientifique de la Doua à Lyon qui regroupe notamment l’INSA de Lyon et l’Université Lyon 1.

For more information, click HERE 

 

March 2021

CEA Saclay is offering a 2-year post-doc position in the development of optical Micromegas readout for beta imaging and neutron radiography. The successful applicant will work closely with gaseous detector physicists (DEDIP/IRFU) and image reconstruction specialists (LCAE/LIST).

For more information, click HERE  (pdf file)

 

Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY (Zeuthen-Berlin, Germany) is offering a PhD position at its PITZ facility to develop suitable detection and dosimetry methods for FLASH radiation therapy, making use of the detector expertise developed for particle, astroparticle and accelerator physics applications at DESY Zeuthen in cooperation with national and international partners.

Find all information, including the online application HERE  (external website)