Project Fellow (MRI) IIITM–Kerala
The project addresses challenging problems requiring skills in both theory and practice The project addresses challenging problems requiring skills in both theory and practice of MRI.
Further, experience gained from working on the proposed project facilitates application of signal processing problems to clinical imaging. As a project fellow, the candidate will be responsible for developing and executing research publications/Grant applications in consultation with the
supervisor/s. The position entails frequent travel to Bangalore.
First Class BE/B.Tech/M.tech with academic background in Biomedical engineering/ Electronics/ Computer Sciences. A minimum of 65% marks in the qualification degree is required to be considered for this post. Tiering of universities will be considered for ranking. Prior experience in MR sequencing/ MR imaging will be given weightage. The candidate should have very good exposure in MATLAB. Knowledge in C/C++ is desirable but not a necessary requirement. Fresh graduates who aspire for high quality research are encouraged to apply.
Last date of receipt of Application: 30th October 2014.
NATIONAL BRAIN RESEARCH CENTRE (NBRC), Manesar-122 051, Gurgaon, requires an “R&D Engineer” for signal and
Interested candidates fulfilling the following requirement can submit their bio-data alongwith attested copies of
certificates in support of their qualifications and experience mentioned in the bio-data latest by 31st August 2013 to
“The Registrar, National Brain Research Centre, Nainwal Mode, Manesar-122 051, Dist-Gurgaon (Haryana)
Minimum qualification : B.E/ B. Tech/ MTech degree holders in Electronics/ Electrical/ Computer/
IT Engineering willing to work in an interdisciplinary environment and interested in learning non-invasive neuroimaging techniques. Ability to write programs in C/ Matlab will be essential (with minimum 55% marks from Matriculation onwards)
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National Brain Research Centre (NBRC) Gurgaon, requires a SRF/JRF
||ME/ M.Tech or equivalent degree with at least 60% marks OR B.Tech / BE with at least 60% marks and 2 yrs research experience OR MBBS or equivalent degree with 60% marks and 1 year of research experience OR M.Sc. /BE/B.Tech with at least 55% marks and 2 years of research of relevant work experience Desirable qualification· Prior experience with signal processing techniques and / or and imaging analysis techniques will be given preference. Research background in the design and statistical analysis of functional brain imaging experiments.· Experience with SPM, FSL UNIX / LINUX / and / or programming skills (MATLAB, C++)
The inaugural edition of Bio Spectra, conducted on 2nd and 3rd April 2012 was the ideal way of a biomedical symposium to get underway. Students from colleges all over the state participated in various enthralling events like presentations, quizzes, and other technical competitions. Non-technical events attracted participation from other disciplines as well. Bio Spectra 2012 also witnessed guest lectures by eminent personalities from the industry. The highlight event of Bio Spectra was the Cancer Summit where distinguished doctors and professors enlightened students of medicine and engineering.
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One Day National Level Workshop on
“BIOMEDICAL IMAGE PROCESSING”
19th March 2013
This hands on workshop aims at providing basic knowledge of MATLAB and its application for Medical Digital Image Processing used for research. This custom course outline created especially for ramping up the students of Biomedical Engineering.
This course provides an aggressively gentle introduction to MATLAB®. It is designed to give students / Participants fluency in MATLAB, including popular toolboxes. The course consists of interactive lectures with students/participants solving sample MATLAB problems. Problem-based MATLAB assignments are given which require significant time on MATLAB.
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