The research group of the Unit of Medical Technology and Intelligent Information Systems of IMBBBR under the European Program H2020-SC1-2016-2017/H2020-SC1-2017-CNECT-2, entitled:
InSilc: In-silico trials for drug-eluting BVS design, development and evaluation - InSilc
(G.A. No 777119) (Program Coordinator FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY HELLAS (FORTH) (Greece) invites applications for one (1) Junior Researcher position.
Position Description: InSilc cloud platform data and models repository creation
Mandatory Qualifications: Master in Biomedical Engineering, previous experience in Research and Development projects related to Biomedical Engineering and specifically in atherosclerosis
treatment progress and approaches, very good knowledge of medical image processing and reconstruction approaches, very good knowledge of English, excellent knowledge of Greek.
Non Mandatory Qualifications: N/A
Contract Duration: 3 months, renewable based on the program's needs
Total budget of the contract: 4.248 €
Envisaged starting date: 01-02-2021
Last date of submission: 01-01-2021 , 16.00
Application submission: Interested candidates should submit their application electronically
The application should consist of:
2. Briefstatement of interest
3. The names of two referees
Applications will be evaluated by a three-member evaluation committee. In case of a tie between the candidates, the evaluation committee may request an interview.
The announcement of the results will be posted on the FORTH-IMBB website and on the application DIAYGEIA. This publication confers the right to object to the results within 5 working days of the date
of the results announcement.
The selected candidates will be notified personally regarding the success of his/her application and will be requested to submit certified copies of his/her degrees. In the event that the documents
submitted to not agree with the original application the candidate will be dismissed.
FORTH will collect and process the personal data of all candidates included in the applications and supporting documents submitted solely for the purpose of selecting the candidate for the post in
question and to support the relevant processes. The processing of personal data is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679 / EU) and the
applicable national legislation. The personal data are not transmitted, communicated, communicated to third parties nor made accessible to them, except if this is required by law or is
necessary for the fulfillment of public interest or for legal proceedings initiated by the third party.
Such a right is understood to mean the right of the third party to exercise, in his/her capacity of a cocandidate, his/her legal rights with regard to the violation of relevant decisions, tables etc. (eg
lodging of objections, etc). In the latter case, the communication or provision of access is limited to candidates personal character data, relevant data and supporting documents which formed the
basis of their assessment for the post. Prior to the disclosure of personal character data and / or cocandidates' details to the applicant ITE will inform the subjects on a case-by-case basis. ITE retains
personal data and the relevant data and supporting documents submitted only for the time required for fulfilling the above purpose of processing (completion of the selection process). Personal data
and relevant data and supporting documents are also retained after appointment, if this is required by law or is necessary for the foundation, exercise and / or support for legal claims.
Candidates have the following rights: Right of access, right of rectification and updating of the data provided that there is no contrary provision in law with regard to deadlines for filing data, data and
supporting documents, the right to delete the data (right to forgiveness), right to limit processing, right to data portability and the right to object to treatment in accordance with the General
Protection Regulations Data (2016/679 / EU) and the relevant national legislation, as applicable.
Candidates have right to file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority. Information
Prof. Dimitrios I. Fotiadis
Submission of applications
Mrs Ioanna Bempi