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Masters opportunity in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

Western University is seeking a student with experience in C++ and an interest in Virtual and Augmented reality to join an Integrated team of Imaging Scientists, Radiologists and Surgeons and other medical specialists as a Master’s Candidate in Biomedical Engineering. 

The work will involve the development of Augmented Reality systems for medical education as well as for surgical planning and clinical procedure guidance. The project will begin by extending existing platforms developed within Robarts and ECE, and to design and develop a system that is readily generalizable for a range of applications.

If interested please contact,

Terry Peters, tpeters@robarts.ca
Scientist, Imaging Research Laboratories, Robarts Research Institute
Professor, Medical Imaging, Medical Biophysics, Biomedical Engineering

Or

Roy Eagleson eagleson@uwo.ca
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

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