One PhD position under a European Union Marie Curie Initial Training program (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2014) MacSeNet is available jointly at the Institute for Digital Communications and the Brain Research Imaging Centre at the University of Edinburgh, UK. The selected candidate will study a new generation of compressed sensing (CS) techniques for accelerated acquisition in MRI. The candidate will specifically develop new mathematical models, pulse sequences and reconstruction algorithms for quantitative MRI.
Highly motivated, excellent candidates should ideally hold a valid Masters degree with a specialisation in medical imaging and/or signal processing and should be eligible for immediate admission on the PhD programme at the University of Edinburgh.
The host institution welcomes diversity amongst its staff and seeks to ensure that all candidates for admission are treated fairly. The selection process for this post will be based solely on the individual merits of candidates and on selection criteria relevant to the project.
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