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List of Free Online EBooks for Medical Image Processing & Computer vision

This is a list of all the free online resources on Medical Image processing and computer vision

All those People who are doing projects related to the computer vision, Biometrics, Face recognition systems will be benefited by this resource

  1. M. Aiello, Spatial Reasoning: Theory and Practice. (2002) ILLC Dissertations series 2002-2, pages 224. ISBN 90-5776-079-7.
  2. D.H. Ballard, C.M. Brown; Computer Vision, Prentice-Hall Inc New Jersey, 1982, ISBN 0-13-165316-4 .
  3. B.G. Batchelor, P.F. Whelan; Intelligent Vision Systems for Industry, Springer-Verlag, 1997, ISBN 3-540-19969-1.
  4. O. Bimber, R. Raskar. Spatial Augmented Reality: Merging Real and Virtual Worlds, A K Peters LTD, 2005, ISBN: 1-56881-230-2.

Research Engineer Required in Siemens for Biomedical Applications

Job Description:

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•  Masters or doctoral degree from a reputed university with 2+ years experience
• Candidates without industry experience need to substantiate with projects of strong relevance

Experience and Skill set:
• Strong expertise in the following technologies is expected
• Analog system design, digital design
• Experience with Microcontrollers/DSPs/FPGAs required
• Signal Processing

Knowledge / Competencies:
Sensor design , Medical imaging, Biomedical technologies, Computer Vision

• Passionate about Technology
• Strong analytical skills
• Presentation skills
• Effective team player
• Customer focus
• Eagerness to learn and train others
Technically grounded yet commercially capable, self propelled, Entrepreneurial skills, Well organized with excellent communication skills.

IEEE Workshop on Mathematical Methods in Biomedical Image Analysis 2012

Call for papers
Biomedical image analysis is a fast evolving field driven by the advancement of imaging modalities and high content screening techniques. Many clinical applications are also emerging that use biomedical image processing for decision support.  The workshop will bring together researchers in computer vision, medical imaging, computational biology, graphics and robotics communities interested in problems that involve mathematical modeling or analysis in biomedical images, which include emerging molecular and cellular images. 
Topics of interests include but are not limited to:
  •     2D/3D/4D Registration
  •     Biomedical Image Databases / Retrieval
  •     Biomedical Image Motion Analysis
  •     Biomedical Image Reconstruction Methods