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Senior Imaging and Application Scientist

  • Munich
  • 28 Mar 2024

LUMA Vision is a start-up based in Dublin (Ireland) and Munich (Germany) developing cutting edge innovative imaging technologies to significantly advance healthcare and solve truly global unmet clinical needs. With creativity, passion and focus, we apply our best-in-class engineering and design knowhow to create new hardware, software and data science technologies.

To support our clinical expansion and imaging activities, we are looking for an Imaging and Application Scientist (IAS) to join our international team. As IAS, you will be responsible for working with our clinical and research imaging platforms across clinical, technical operations and R&D. You will generate high quality data for use in research, publications, and product development, and closely work with clinical and product teams to maximize data and presentation quality. With LUMA Vision’s first clinical release, you will play a critical role in a startup environment with first market access, and become part of a dynamic group of innovators, shaping the future of imaging in healthcare.

Besides your work on imaging data, in the role as IAS you will provide product and technical assistance to physicians and EP lab staff on the effective use of LUMA vision’s systems and catheter equipment by working directly with hospitals and clinical operators in the U.S. using our imaging platforms.

Your role with us

You love being hands on and jump in where both technical development and clinical activities happen.

You love working with imaging data and generating the best possible presentation of data to gather tangible user feedback for development, as well as clinical presentations and publications. With a strong technical background and solid understanding of algorithms and processing, you feel comfortable to also work in complex technical environments including programming and prototyping, as well as tuning imaging and processing parameters to maximize image and data quality.

As part of your day to day activities, you engage with our internal team and external stakeholders  as well as with clinical partners. You understand the dynamics and hectics of clinical workflows, including, but not limited to physicians, nurses and technicians, clinical and hospital administrators and staff. You can prioritize on the fly and respond appropriately to requests in a dynamic environment, and are an open-minded problem-solver also during stressful interactions in the interventional room.

When in a clinical environment, you are self-sufficient to resolve technical issues with both hardware and application platforms, thanks to your deep understanding of the system and its components. If support is needed, you pro-actively engage relevant company experts to resolve problems in a timely manner.

With your experience in understanding the cardiac anatomy and the workflows in cardiac electrophysiology, you work with clinical experts to identify the best use of our technology and explore imaging and workflow approaches as input for product development activities. As a strong communicator you love being active across different teams and interface with technical operations, clinical activities, as well as product development and R&D.

What you offer

  • BS or MS with a background in biomedical engineering, computer science, or systems engineering, a PhD is a plus.
  • Technical proficiency for hardware system setups and software architecture and interaction, enabling a partial support of clinical cases.
  • Strong experience and interest in medical imaging with a focus on interventional guidance.
  • Knowledge of the cardiac anatomy and physiology in the context of Cardiac Interventional Electrophysiology as well as Structural Heart.
  • Experience in working with large datasets and focus on establishing effective data management for datasets with the application in data science.
  • Profound knowledge in the evaluation of methodologies toward scientific and clinical publication and dissemination.
  • Ability to understand, implement, and extend complex system architectures and algorithms and ideation of new solutions and technical concepts.
  • Image processing and algorithmic developments experience using Python, Matlab, or C++ is a plus.
  • Hands-on creative and analytical mindset with creativity for problem-solving within multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Strong work ethics with a team-oriented mindset. Startup experience is a plus.
  • Open-minded personality and excellent communication skills in English are essential, German is a plus.
  • Ability travel to clinical sites for support within the USA, as well as international travel from time to time.

What we offer

  • Working on cutting edge imaging systems to the direct benefit of patients and improving healthcare.
  • Becoming part of a dynamic, multi-national team of highly skilled individuals with a very strong focus on team culture and individual development.
  • Connecting with a network of companies and innovators in the technical, clinical and business world from around the globe.
  • Flexible working environment and an international culture as well as offices in Germany and Ireland.


LUMA Vision is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals regardless of ethnicity, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. Would you like to become part of our team? We would love to hear from you and look forward to receiving your CV.


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