ii) strong programming (C, C#, etc.) and problem solving skills; and (iii) knowledge in database management as well as hardware / software integration.
Duties include (a) software development; (b) data collection in human motion; and (c) providing training to users. Appointee will be required to work outside the campus of the Chinese University of Hong Kong occasionally for system setup and data collection.
Appointment will be made on contract basis for one year initially commencing as soon as possible, renewable subject to mutual agreement.
Applicants may seek more information from Professor Raymond Tong (Chairman, Department of Biomedical Engineering) at kytong cuhk.
edu.hk and Professor Kenneth Cheng (Assistant Professor, Department of Sports Science and Physical Education) at kchengc cuhk.edu.hk.