The School of Optometry is seeking a Software Developer/Computer Programmer to work directly with Ms. Peterson, Drs. Swanson, Burns and King as well as the Swanson and Burns labs' graduate students to collaborate in the continuous development of the lab's software.
Modifying existing programs as needed, including a contrast sensitivity perimetry (CSP) program for testing visual function in patients with glaucoma, analysis and segmentation of retinal images, realistic simulations of neural processing and responses to visual stimuli. Utilizing languages such as MatLab, C++, R, and Igor Pro, using both linear and object-oriented paradigms, to implement the lab's software. Working on programs as the lab is exploring effective and high-quality methods for data display and image processing
16-24 hours per week
REQUIRED: Degree (or near completion) in Computer Science/Engineering/Mathematics or related degree and two years programming experience in a scientific or professional environment.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Advanced knowledge in MatLab and Object Oriented Programming
Knowledge of C++, Igor Pro, or R; Experience in advanced methods of image processing.
Salary Plan: HR
Salary Grade: HR
Department: OPTOMETRY (BL-OPT-IUBLA)
Internal Number: 48347
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