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.
The Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience (IINS, University of Bordeaux), the Mechanobiology Institute (MBI, National University of Singapore) and CNRS@CREATE are recruiting 3 engineers/post-docs in the field of deep learning for a joint collaborative project of large-scale image processing and analysis.
The candidates will contribute to the development of an integrated acquisition, processing and analysis platform involving novel high- and super-resolution live microscopy. They will work in an interdisciplinary environment, in close collaboration with biologists, physicists and computer scientists. They will have to design deep learning-based computational workflows in order to perform meaningful predictive analysis on two different biological models: 3D cell culture and synaptic proteins models, acquired respectively with HCS-soSPIM [1, 2] and correlative super-resolution microscopy  techniques. In particular, they will implement existing AI-based methods in order to enhance and segment microscopy data (eg. [7 – 11]), and develop predictive analysis models from a large collection of quantitative multimodal data computed using recently developed pixel- and point-cloud-based approaches [4-6].
24 to 36 months.
The candidates must:
For additional information please check the job offer.