The research group BioMIT.orgis focused on basic and applied research as well as technologic innovation in biomedical engineering at UPV in Valencia. One of the group’s research lines is focused on the development and application of modern signal processing and artificial intelligence techniques to properly analyze and extract clinically useful information of the human cardiac activity. Within this line, the group is now offering a research position associated to a national research grant funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.
University Degree/Engineer’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Physics or similar.
Preferably to have completed a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering
Outstanding academic background.
Good Matlab programming skills.
Robust signal processing background.
High level of English.
Interest for research and for the completion of a doctoral thesis.
The candidate will develop signal processing and artificial intelligence methods for quantitative assessment and clinical validation of the cardiovascular condition in patients suffering from cardiovascular diseases monitored by wearable devices.
Position as senior research technician. Full time dedication.
Three years contract with the possibility to further extension.
Starting by early November 2023.
Should you are interested, please contact to José J. Rieta ( email@example.com ) sending your CV, academic record and a motivation letter explaining your interest to make part of this project.
Please, apply no later than September 24th, 2023.
Valencia, September 5th, 2023
The UPV (www.upv.es) is a public higher education institution that is highly dedicated to research and innovation, being the top 1 in ICT among Spanish technical universities and in the top 200 in the world. The UPV community is made up of more than 30.000 people. Of these, nearly 29.000 are students, being about 10% PhD students. The UPV is expanded on 600.000 square meters with a scientific structure accounting for more than 3.500 researchers integrated in 15 University Research Institutes and dozens of Research Groups and Departments.