We have a number of exciting opportunities for PhD students in the area of Medical Image Computing. Research topics in this area include artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision and imaging. Research opportunities focus both on translation of advanced computing and imaging technology into clinical practice addressing real-world problems in healthcare.
Possible areas for PhD projects include:
- Biomedical image analysis and computing
- AI Machine learning for biomedical image understanding and interpretation
- Computer assisted diagnosis, therapy and interventions
- Clinical applications of medical image computing and computational modelling in neurology, cardiovascular and oncology
Prospective student will have good first degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or another engineering-related discipline. Experience in one or more of the following area is also desired: mathematical modeling, numerical methods, software engineering, and high performance computing (GPU programming).
You can apply for PhD positions via:
- the EPSRC-funded CDT in Medical Imaging run jointly by Imperial College London and King’s College London: http://www.imagingcdt.com.
- the PhD programme of the Department of Computing, Imperial College London: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/computing/phd.