We invite applications for a postdoctoral research fellow with a joint position in the Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science. The position, which is funded under the Computerized Brain Imaging Project in conjunction with the Arizona Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, is open immediately and is initially funded until June 30, 2000. Extension of the appointment is contingent on renewed funding.
The successful candidate will collaborate with a research team of faculty and graduate students from the departments of Computer Science and Mathematics on the development of high performance serial and parallel numerical algorithms for neuro-imaging studies.
All candidates must have a recent doctoral degree in mathematics, computer science, computational science, or a closely related area with an emphasis in computational mathematics and evidence of strong proficiency in high-level programming in a Unix environment. Experience in the design and implementation of algorithms for image deformation, segmentation or other specialized image-processing applications for bio-medical imaging studies is desired. Familiarity with parallel algorithms and architectures as well as a strong working knowledge of C and/or Fortran is also desirable.
Additional information about this position can be obtained by contacting Professor Renaut, Professor Farin, or Professor Chen.
Applicants must send their full curriculum vita including a list of publications, a list of three referees and a statement addressing their research interests and agenda to:
Computational Math Postdoctoral Fellow
Attn : Professor Rosemary Renaut, Chair
Department of Mathematics
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-1804
Review of the applications will begin on September 1, 1999 and will continue weekly until the position is filled. AA/EOE.