- About Us
- Research Directions
The Image Computing Systems Laboratory (ICSL) of the Departments of Bioengineering
and Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington has multiple postdoctoral fellow
positions open in medical imaging and computing.
The ICSL currently focuses on the research and development of ultrasound imaging
algorithms and systems and their clinical applications, ranging from coronary Doppler
vibrometry and ultrasound thyroid elastography to applying low‐cost technologies in the
The successful candidate must have a doctorate degree in electrical engineering,
bioengineering, computer science, mechanical engineering, physics or a field suitable for
interdisciplinary medical imaging research. Training and research experience in one or
more of the following areas are required: acoustics, signal processing, image processing,
computer architecture, efficient algorithm implementation on processors, medical imaging,
particularly ultrasound imaging, or clinical applications. Also, experience in working in a
clinical environment is desired.
Seattle area is home to many major academic institutes and hi‐tech companies (including
A nice story from Economist on diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound: Bubbling under .
Check out the pictures from Ray's farewell!
Chair Yongmin Kim leads Bioengineering's IBM SUR grant
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The Image Computing Systems Laboratory researches topics in image processing, medical imaging, and computer imaging.