GPU programming for brain imaging - Summer 2016

Project Title: GPU programming for brain imaging

Project Description:
Our group in CSAIL is developing state-of-the-art methods for understanding the human brain using combined brain imaging techniques. The method requires lots of heavy computations. We are looking for someone who can think in parallel and implement neural algorithms on GPU (using Cuda/C++). No previous knowledge about the brain is needed.

Responsibilities: The commitment starts at 4-6 hours per week and scales from there. The selected candidate will work closely with the postdoc supervisor of the project to develop a GPU-based toolbox with Matlab interface for analyzing brain data. Potential for deeper and more extended work is contingent on mutual interest, progress, and fit.

Prerequisites: skillful in GPU programming (Cuda/C++) and Matlab 


Please contact us with any questions:

Postdoc supervisor:
Seyed Khaligh-Razavi, skhaligh@mit.edu
Faculty supervisor: Aude Oliva, oliva@mit.edu