Master's Thesis @IDEA Lab

The successful applicant will be part of the Image Data Exploration and Analysis (IDEA) lab @AIBE FAU, which is the research group of Prof. Bernhard Kainz. We have pioneered new methodological developments in the field of medical image analysis and machine learning as evidenced by several international awards, prizes, and best paper awards. The group is internationally renowned for its research in medical deep learning, which has been proven by publications at top conferences (MICCAI, CVPR, ECCV) and in prestigious journals (IEEE TMI, Medical Image Analysis, npj Nature Digital Health, The Lancet, etc.).

Das Aufgabengebiet umfasst

We offer informatics-focused master's theses in cooperation with the University Hospital Erlangen (UKER). One topic is based on the exploration and implementation of a Kaapana test setup for prototyping applications for fast diagnosis tools with the help of AI /ML. The second topic is centred around backend development by exploring Kubeflow for ML workflows. The thesis tasks can be customised to match the candidate's interests and expertise. Please contact Müller, Johanna for further details.


Notwendige Qualifikationen:

  • Profound knowledge in Computer Science, Medical Engineering or Electrical Engineering (M.Sc. study programmes)
  • Profound (practical) knowledge of the programming language Python
  • Profound (practical) knowledge of open-source container orchestration systems, e.g., Docker and Kubernetes
  • Profound (knowledge of Machine learning/AI algorithms)
  • High motivation and high interest in the described topic
  • Organised and independent way of working with a focus on quality and accuracy
  • Very good communication skills in English

Wünschenswerte Qualifikationen:

  • Profound (practical) knowledge of open-source workflow management platforms for data engineering pipelines, e.g., Apache Airflow
  • High ability to cooperate within an interdisciplinary team of researchers
  • if available, please provide a list of your public GitHub repositories in your CV
  • if available, please add an employer's reference or credentials
  • if possible, please add the transcripts of records from FAU study programme

Ergänzende Beschreibung

Befristetes Forschungsvorhaben

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Veröffentlichungsdatum: 08.01.2024