'Leveraging novel sensing techniques and optimisation algorithms to advance astronomical and medical imaging'
This video highlights the research currently performed in the 'Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing' group led by Prof. Wiaux in Edinburgh.
Head of Group
Prof. Yves Wiaux, Professor HWU and Academic Guest EPFL
Dr. Zhouye Chen, HWU
Dr. Arwa Dabbech, HWU
Dr. Ming Jiang, EPFL (from November 2017)
Dr. Audrey Repetti, HWU
Dr. Pierre-Antoine Thouvenin, HWU
Mr. Abdullah Abdulaziz, HWU
Mr. Adrien Besson, EPFL
Ms. Jasleen Birdi, HWU
Mr. Roberto Duarte Coello, HWU
Mr. Vijay Kartik, EPFL
Ms. Marica Pesce, HWU
Ms. Anna Auria (former PhD student EPFL)
Dr. Rafael Carrillo (former postdoc EPFL)
Dr. Alessandro Daducci (former postdoc EPFL)
Dr. Silvia Gazzola (former postdoc HWU)
Dr. Diana Khabipova (former PhD student EPFL)
Mrs. Valentina Masarotto (former PhD student EPFL)
Dr. Jason McEwen (former postdoc EPFL)
Dr. Alexandru Onose (former postdoc HWU)
Dr. Gilles Puy (former PhD student EPFL)
Postdoctoral and PhD student positions are regularly available to outstanding researchers in fields broadly related to the group’s activities.
Prestigious James Watt PhD scholarships are available at BASP to start in September 2018 in the broad field of Data Science and Information Engineering. Possible PhD subjects include, but are not limited to:
- Fast, parallel and distributed compressive imaging algorithms (optimisation, Bayesian inference, high performance computing)
- Theory of compressive imaging (signal models, reconstruction algorithms, Bayesian understanding)
- Advanced signal processing for radio interferometric imaging in the context of SKA (dimensionality reduction, wide-band imaging, calibration)
- Phase retrieval for optical interferometric imaging
- Manifold compressed sensing for quantitative MR imaging (MR fingerprinting, brain microstructure mapping from diffusion MRI)
- Advanced signal processing for quantum imaging (light-in-flight single-photon imaging, imaging around the corner)
For an expression of interest and details on the formal application process, please contact Prof. Wiaux, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org including your CV and a short motivation letter.