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Research Associate in "Real-time Computational Hyperspectral Imaging"

Post overview: Focus: Translational research on real-time computing for hyperspectral imaging linked with an active neurosurgery clinical study Line manager: Tom Vercauteren Industry collaborator: Hypervision Surgical Clinical collaborator: King’s College Hospital Salary: Grade 6, £38,826 - £45,649 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) in the operating room.

Research Associate in "Computational Hyperspectral Imaging"

Post overview: Focus: Translational research on hyperspectral-based quantitative fluorescence imaging linked with a neurosurgery clinical study Line manager: Tom Vercauteren Clinical collaborator: King’s College Hospital Industry collaborator: Hypervision Surgical Salary: Grade 6, £38,826 - £45,649 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance AI-assisted hyperspectral imaging systems for surgical guidance using quantitative fluorescence.

Research Associate or Fellow in "Real-time AI for Surgical Robot Control"

Post overview: Focus: Real-time learning-based processing of hyperspectral imaging and its integration in complex robotic systems Line manager: Tom Vercauteren Related research project: FAROS Salary: Grade 6, £38,826 - £45,649 or Grade 7, £46,934 - £50,919 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance Overview of the H2020 FAROS project.

PhD opportunity on "Joint learning of stereo vision reconstruction and hyperspectral imaging upsampling for binocular surgical guidance"

Project overview: Title: Joint learning of stereo vision reconstruction and hyperspectral imaging upsampling for binocular surgical guidance First supervisor: Tom Vercauteren Second supervisor: Christos Bergeles Clinical Supervisor: Jonathan Shapey Start date: October 2022 Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) data can now be acquired in real-time using compact devices suitable for surgery.

PhD opportunity on "Exploiting multi-task learning for endoscopic vision in robotic surgery"

Project overview: Title: Exploiting multi-task learning for endoscopic vision in robotic surgery First supervisor: Miaojing Shi Second supervisor: Tom Vercauteren Clinical Supervisor: Asit Arora Start date: October 2022 Overview of the project objective.

PhD opportunity on "Physically-informed learning-based beamforming for multi-transducer ultrasound imaging"

Project overview: Title: Physically-informed learning-based beamforming for multi-transducer ultrasound imaging First supervisor: Laura Maria Peralta Pereira Second supervisor: Tom Vercauteren Clinical Supervisor: Dean Huang Start date: October 2022 Multiple transducer delay-and-sum beamforming scheme (Peralta et al, 2019).