R&D position at Paris / Saclay – modern UI & controls for the next generation of medical applications
(see online, better formated version of the application "here":http://team.inria.fr/parietal/modern-ui-for-medical-software-application/)
Presentation of Inria
Inria is the French national institute for research in computer science and mathematics. It has a workforce of 5000 people working throughout its eight research centres established in seven regions of France. The Saclay Research Centre counts 500 people working in 27 research teams. The following job opening is situated on the campus of Ecole Polytechnique, but could also be partly downtown Paris.
The 4S-medical team is composed of 7 people aiming at disrupting medical interventions by introducing “natural interfaces” into asepsis-controlled environment to interact with medical images.
This position aims at strengthening the team to improve every aspect of the user interface from the graphical interface to gesture recognition.
Knowledge, Skills & Experience
We are looking for very talented people, committed to work and motivated by technical and scientific challenges. This is a one-year contract, but for the most adventurous, this job could be converted into an engineer position in a highly dynamic and application-oriented startup.
The successful candidate will hold a MS degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics or similar discipline, and have experience in C++ software development. Self-made-men will also be considered, upon demonstrated competences in the desired toolkits (see below).
Priority is given to candidates with very strong programming skills, experience in user interface design with Qt and QML and image processing with OpenCV. Knowledge of VTK and CMake are considered to be additional assets.
Proficiency in English is required. French is a plus but not mandatory (half of the team is not French already).
34.8K€ gross + 10% at the end of the contract.
Please send a detailed CV (including references) and a cover letter by email to: pierre [dot] fillard [at] inria.fr.
PLEASE include “[Position-DIGITEO]” in the title