What order of magnitude do you work on today? Yves sent me this announcement about a postdoc either in medical MRI or astronomy imaging. (I am thinking about 20 orders of magnitude from millimeter to 100's of light years).
....I have a postdoc opening in my group in Edinburgh in the context of our ongoing £3M initiative on ‘Compressive imaging in Astronomy and Medicine’. The post-holder will perform cutting-edge research on compressive imaging algorithms, for application to (depending on candidate’s profile and interest) either ‘magnetic resonance fingerprinting in medicine’, or ‘radio-interferometric imaging in the SKA era in astronomy’ — see basp.eps.hw.ac.uk . May I ask you to forward this ad to potential candidates?
Yves Wiaux, PhD, Assoc. Prof.BASP research group, HeadInstitute of Sensors, Signals & SystemsHeriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
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