Research Fellow (RF) in DST funded Project

IISER Mohali

Sas Nagar, Punjab, India

Research/Project Assistant

Full time

Physics Mechanical

Apr 4

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Application for the position of Research Fellow (RF) in DST funded Project

 

Project titled: Deployable photoacoustic CT system development for 3D angiogenesis imaging and anatomical structure monitoring for diagnosing inflammation and Arthritis disease in human volunteer finger joints.

 Position: Research Fellow (RF)

 Essential qualifications/experience:  M.Sc. / M. Tech. /Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Physics, Engineering (Instrumentation, Mechanical Eng, Electrical Eng, ECE), interdisciplinary with minimum 70% marks.

 Desired qualifications: Motivated and self-driven records, Prior work experience/hands-on training in Instrumentation, coding in Matlab, Python, Labview, motor control, PLC, Servo motor, Design, and or experienced with Optics, Ultrasound, Photoacoustic, the inverse problem, large data analysis ML, AI are essential but not mandatory.

 Duration: 5 months (extendable up to 3 years after progress review and as per the availability of funds)

 Salary: As per project DST norms and conditions

 How to apply: Candidates are requested to email their application along with a detailed CV (clearly mentioning the name, educational qualifications with Board/University, percentage of marks, year of passing, and details of their previous research experiences (AS A SINGLE PDF ONLY) to Bio-NaP Lab email ID: bionaplab@gmail.com on or before 4th april 2022.

 Candidates are requested to include their name in the file name as “Application_name”.

 Selection process: Based on essential qualifications supported by the necessary documents and prior work experience (as mentioned above), only the shortlisted candidates will be informed via email about the online interview details.

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