Wanted: student programmers

The Diagnostic Image Analysis Group creates software for viewing and analyzing medical images. This includes for example viewers used by radiologists (see images below) when looking at CT or MR scans of patients. Additionally, we develop algorithms to automatically analyze these scans. These analyses can help doctors interpret the images.

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We are currently looking for students to help us improve our software. You will work in a team of scientists and developers, and will receive feedback both from medical researchers and doctors.

What do we expect from you? You have excellent programming skills in Python and/or C++, preferably in a Windows environment. Experience with medical software or image processing is an advantage, but not required. Your appointment will be for at least half a year, two days per week or more.

Interested? More information can be obtained through Sven Lafebre. This is also where you can send your application and resume.