Web Development Research Assistant Job with UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
Salary: £32,344 per year
Post Type: Full time
Closing Date: 23:59 BST on Friday 06 May 2022
The Department of Computing at the University of Surrey is looking to recruit a Research Assistant for a full-time position as soon as possible. The position is part of the Public Engagement with STEM research project on clinician-in-the-loop AI-assisted dental disease detection and the post holder will join the Nature-Inspired Computing and Engineering (NICE) group in Surrey. The position is fixed-term and full-time until July 31, 2022.
Dental radiography is an essential tool for the diagnosis of dental diseases. Interpretation of dental x-rays is time-consuming and often error-prone due to a wide variety of tooth structures, positioning and orientation errors, and the large amount of x-rays that need to be analyzed. An automatic solution for reporting abnormalities in dental radiography is needed to improve the cost of detection accuracy and reduce economic and human costs. This project is looking for a full-stack developer to develop a web-based X-ray annotation collection platform that integrates machine learning into the annotation process to streamline the process.
Informal inquiries are welcome and should be directed to Dr Yunpeng Li, [email protected]
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In return, we offer a generous pension, relocation assistance where needed, flexible work options including job sharing and home/campus blended workplaces (depending on job duties), access to world-class on-campus leisure facilities, a range of travel programs, and support services family benefits, including excellent on-site daycare.
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The University of Surrey is committed to providing an inclusive environment that provides equal opportunities for all. We value diversity highly and seek to increase diversity within our community. Therefore, we particularly encourage applications from underrepresented groups, such as people from black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities.