Offre n°315 : Development engineer position

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  • Type d'offre : European project (up to 5 years)
  • Ville : Paris (France)
  • Statut : recrutement en cours
Date d'arrivée à l'ITMO : Jeudi 13 Décembre 2018
Development Engineer collaborative neuroimaging platform

CATI ( ) is a national platform supported by major neuroimaging players in France that helps clinicians to set up large projects using neuroimaging to do population studies.

Since its creation in 2011, CATI has managed a large imaging network and more than 30 French and European studies.

Its database, which gathers tens of thousands of acquisitions on human subjects, is unique in the world and has exceptional potential for performing analyses based on artificial intelligence.

The exploitation of this data will allow major advances in the understanding and treatment of brain and psychiatric pathologies such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease or autism.

This position is proposed as part of the European R-LiNK project, in order to set up a new platform to enable researchers to better explore, exchange and combine data.

The engineer will be in charge of the new collaborative platform centered on neuroimaging data, from its design to its exploitation in production.

He will have to make innovative proposals to meet users' requests.

To do this, he will be able to rely on the experience of CATI as well as on technologies already proven in large neuroimaging projects ( Imagen , EU-AIMS , etc.), some of which are developed locally.


  • Computer engineer or equivalent
  • Knowledge of web technologies (HTML, CSS, Javascript, web services, etc.)
  • Strong Python programming skills
  • Rigour and good relational abilities
  • Linux system management expertise would be welcome
  • Knowledge of the following technologies would be a plus: Git, SQL, Docker, agile methods, continuous integration.

Type of contract
European project (up to 5 years)

Depending on experience

NeuroSpin is a research centre for innovation in brain imaging located at the University of Paris-Saclay. Missions to the Pitié-Salpêtrière site, the ICM and the LIB are to be planned.

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