We tackle biomedical image informatics challenges in a friendly and inspiring atmosphere by (pre-)processing, analyzing and visualizing large amounts of image data from medicine and biotechnology.
Currently, we are looking for a student (f/m) who would like to get insights into everyday business at Austria’s frontrunner Competence Center in the field of Visual Computing. You will support our research mission by solving the following task:
Investigating available Volume Rendering frameworks for biomedical imaging data
Currently, several frameworks exist for volume rendering that support the design of (multi-dimensional) TFs. In this project, we would like to investigate the potential of all available open source frameworks with regard to volume rendering and TF functionality, and to evaluate these frameworks in respect to challenging application domains, such as medicine and life sciences. This includes, but is not limited to rendering of volumetric microscopy data, ultrasound data and multi-modal, multi-scale and/or time dependent 3D imaging data.
What you will bring to the team
Bachelor's degree in computing, informatics, data science or a similar area
Interest and knowledge in medical visualization
Good knowledge of volume rendering
Good to excellent programming skills
Creativity and enthusiasm
What we offer in return
Very friendly and supportive work atmosphere
Flexible working hours and well-equipped workplace
Excellent professional support by our team
Opportunity to access our network of university partners (e.g. for bachelor/master thesis supervision)
Opportunity for female researchers to join the Women in Visual Computing Network hosted by our colleagues
Appropriate remuneration upon successful completion of the task
Applications are always welcome!
Please contact Katja Bühler to send in your application or to inquire about additional information.
We especially would like to encourage female students to apply! By providing them with valuable insights into daily business at the junction of industry and science at an early stage of their careers, we aim to counter the lack of women researchers in the field of ICT proactively.
Dipl.-Math.in Dr.in Katja Bühler buehler(at)vrvis.at VRVis Zentrum für Virtual Reality und Visualisierung Forschungs-GmbH Donau-City-Str. 11, 1220 Vienna, Austria