About the ELMI

ELMI was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of their equipment.

IMAGE PROCESSING LAB MANAGER ­ IT PROJECT MANAGER, Biopark Charleroi Brussels South, Belgium



Master of engineering, master in computer science
with experience (or a PhD degree) related to image processing.

Applications are invited for a lab manager position to work at the Center for Microscopy and
Molecular Imaging (CMMI) in Biopark Charleroi Brussels South, Belgium. CMMI provides the
scientific community (universities and private companies) with an integrated and efficient
preclinical imaging platform. You will have close interaction with the multidisciplinary team of the
center. You will have access to the state of the art pre­clinical imaging systems. You will be
responsible for the image data management and original image analysis developments for the

Current imaging modalities at the CMMI:

­- Electron microscopy
­- Brightfield, fluorescent, confocal microscopy
­- Holography microscopy
­- High­content microscopy analysis system
­- Whole Slide Imaging (digital pathology)
­- High­resolution autoradiography
­- Magnetic resonance imaging (pre­clinical)
­- PET and SPECT (pre­clinical)
­- CT (pre­clinical)


– be an experienced engineer or computer scientist ideally with research experience
– have experience in image processing, ideally in biomedical imaging; GPU programming
is a plus
– have good programming skills and good notions of software project management
– possess a proven track record in managing and delivering research projects
– have a problem solving oriented mind and a good team spirit, the position involves daily
collaboration with the other CMMI members
– ideally possess a track record in securing research funding


The candidate will actively participate in the following activities:

– design and implement an image repository framework for the CMMI
– implement good software practices for the long term support of image processing and
analysis routines
– set up new image processing developments in collaboration with the other members of
the center
– disseminate results by actively initiate and participate to scientific publications
– apply to research project calls (regional and international)



The position is for four years and it is renewable subject to funding availability.

Contact person: Olivier Debeir odebeir@ulb.ac.be

Please visit the official job offer page for more information.