We are looking for a new colleague (Scientific Officer) at the Centre for Cellular Imaging of Gothenburg University (CCI). The CCI, in operation since 2003, is a national research infrastructure and one of the leading academic imaging facilities in Sweden providing expertise and access to advanced microscopy to the research community, both locally and at other Swedish universities and abroad. The CCI is located at the University of Gothenburg Core Facilities, and is also part of the National Microscopy Infrastructure, the Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) and Euro-BioImaging.
We are looking for an Associate Researcher/Scientific Officer in smart microscopy: Over the last decade much effort has been made to connect bioimage analysis with fully motorized and computer-controlled microscopes to generate automated and adaptive imaging workflows, referred to as smart microscopy. The purpose of this position is to facilitate the creation and implementation of smart microscopy workflows at the core facility level to service our scientific community. The position does not include own research, and all developments must be associated to the needs of our users and their scientific questions.
The successful candidate will work in the Centre for Cellular Imaging advanced microscopy facility and: 1) Develop smart microscopy workflows to service our scientific community; 2) Educate and train core facility users in the implementation of smart microscopy workflows. 3) Support our users by assisting and training in bioimage analysis. 4) Give advice on the design of imaging experiments. 5) Continuing professional development in the field of smart microscopy by attending courses and workshops, presenting work at scientific meetings, and keeping abreast of the relevant literature; 6) Participate in the organization and teaching of workshops for our broad scientific community and of practices/lectures for graduate and undergraduate courses.
The position is a full-time (100%), permanent position. A probationary employment period of 6 months may be applied. Starting date as agreed.
Applications must be received by: 2023-01-31