Scientific Programmer and BioImage Analyst, Danish BioImaging Infrastructure Image Analysis Core Facility, Denmark
Are you a passionate scientific programmer with a genuine interest in bioimaging and biology? Are you enthusiastic about open science and working in a multidisciplinary environment? Do you want the algorithms and tools that you develop to directly impact biomedical research? If so, join us!
We are looking for a Scientific programmer to join our Image Analysis Core Facility, with effect from 1 January 2024, or as soon as possible thereafter. You will be hired at the Department of Computer Sciences, and your main workplace will be the image analysis facility of the Danish BioImaging Infrastructure (DBI-INFRA) in the Faculty of Health Sciences (University of Copenhagen).
This unique national facility is part of Danish BioImaging Infrastructure, a multi-sited national research infrastructure bringing together two image processing research groups (DIKU and DTU) and ten bioimaging facilities, and offering open access to a broad portfolio of bioimaging and bioimage analysis technologies.
The facility provides an open and remote service in bioimage analysis to support Life Science research groups and bioimaging facilities in analyzing a broad range of scientific datasets from clinical to single molecule imaging by creating new image analysis workflows and making them available in reproducible computing environments. DBI-INFRA is also the Danish node for the ERIC Euro-BioImaging and it is funded by the Danish Ministry for Higher Education and Research.
- Strong programming experience in at least one high level programming language (e.g. Python)
- Proficiency with common bioimage analysis packages such as ImageJ, QuPath and Napari
- Strong problem-solving mindset and ability to collaborate in interdisciplinary environments
- Core image processing theory
For additional information please check the job offer.
Closing date 29 October 2023