OpenHiwiPositions

Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Open HiWi Positions at our Partner Sites

System Administration at Neurology Department of Klinikum Grosshadern

The neurology department at Kinikum Großhadern is offering a paid HiWi position for IT system administration. The position is preferably for German speakers. The job comprises hard- and software installation, maintenance and administration in a heterogeneous network of Windows, Linux and MacOS devices (both physical and virtual workstations, running on a small server cluster). The position will take approx. 8h/week and will be executed at the site of the neurology department at Klinikum Grosshadern (final stop of U6 in the South). Advantages are working in a complex IT setup which is situated directly in the clinic and partly in the station ward, offering a unique insight into the clinical environment. A detailed description of the position and contact information can be found here.

Open HiWi Positions at the Chair

We are continously looking for motivated students interested to work as HiWis at the chair. You should have programming skills (C++, Matlab, OpenGL) and possibly a strong math background, depending on the project.

Please see the list of currently open positions below for more information. If you are interested in joining us and there are no projects listed, just contact us nevertheless. Since we have many projects going on, we might come up with something...

HiWi wanted for SysAdmin-Duties

The Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures is currently looking for a HiWi to take over its SysAdmin?-Duties.
The main responsibilities will contain server-maintenance, creating and managing user-accounts, handling orders and some more smaller tasks.
Deep knowledge about networks, unix-based server systems and the ability, to quickly break into a new infrastructure are mandatory.



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