28 image processing positions in Netherlands

  • Radboud University | about 21 hours ago

    , and leading industry partners from the Netherlands and abroad. You will carry out academic research in image processing and behavioural testing for the development of neuroprostheses for blind persons

  • Eindhoven University of Technology | about 15 hours ago

    extreme conditions. In this project you will design and implement single molecule imaging methods to unravel how antifreeze proteins work and to better understand the functionality of biomimetic polymeric

  • Utrecht University | about 8 hours ago

    administrate the IT infrastructure of the group, including the fileserver and computational nodes needed for high-performance computational analysis of electron microscopic images. Computer networks that serve

  • Eindhoven University of Technology | about 15 hours ago

    design and implement single molecule imaging methods to unravel how antifreeze proteins work and to better understand the functionality of biomimetic polymeric antifreezes developed for materials science

  • Leiden University | about 22 hours ago

    number 17-101 ImageInLife is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN funded by the European Commission Horizon2020 programme and focused on the training of European experts in multilevel bio-imaging, analysis and

  • Syddansk University | about 1 month ago

    specialized in Unmanned Aerial Systems. The candidate should have expertise in • an education within computer vision and / or robotics on master level or higher • experience with operating UAVs • software

  • Eindhoven University of Technology | about 15 hours ago

    -based method (already in use in our group) for room acoustic purposes and validate its applicability. At the other hand, we aim for a simplified approach (image source/diffusion equation) for the high

  • Eindhoven University of Technology | about 15 hours ago

    critical situation. These alarms signal the caretaker to visit and treat the patient and prevent further deterioration. Unfortunately, current systems too often raise false alarms while sometimes life

  • Utrecht University | 22 days ago

    of the postsynaptic membrane is highly dynamic, and the adaptation of synaptic structure to changes in activity patterns allows neuronal networks to process new information. In particular, the dynamic regulation

  • Syddansk University | 2 months ago

    some or all of the following topics: • C++, ROS, RobWork, OpenCV and PCL • Robotics • Interfacing to hardware (PLC, Robot, interfacing to device driver, bus communication) • Computer Vision and Image

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