Opening for a CREATE-MIA masters student

Application Period: Sept. 29, 2016 - Oct. 31, 2016

Contact: Kaleem Siddiqi

The School of Computer Science, in collaboration with the department of Diagnostic Radiology in the Faculty of Medicine, is offering a master’s level thesis project to begin in October 2016, on the topics of image analysis and computer vision applied to tumor characterization research in radiology. This project will be part of the CREATE-MIA program, which provides participating students with a well-rounded academic background, seminars, workshops, summer school, professional and technical skills training, and practical experience in industry through internships. This is a funded position and it will involve a two-month internship with a participating industrial partner company. See the CREATE-MIA website for details on this program:

The ideal candidate will have experience in digital signal processing, image processing, and/or computer vision. Programming experience with Matlab, Python, C/C++, is desirable, as well as courses in linear algebra and calculus. Interested applicants should send a CV and an up-to-date transcript to: