The research will be conducted in the Center for inflammation Research at the Queen’s Medical Research Institute.
The overall project is funded by the EPSRC and employs 16 Postdocs and PhDs as part of a large interdisciplinary research collaboration to develop next-generation sensing technologies for clinical application.
The successful candidate will develop software and device drivers for use in novel medical devices based on optical technologies, which will be used to detect and monitor inflammation and infection.
- PhD in computer science or a related field
- Excellent programming skills, including at least two high-level programing languages
- Knowledge of software development life cycle
- Experience in software debugging and testing
- Experience working with medical devices
- Knowledge of agile methodologies (desired)
- Experience and knowledge of ISO 62304 standard (desired)
The position is for 2 years.
How to apply
Prepare your Curriculum vitae and apply online. The application deadline is June 24, 2016.
About the employer
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