Orasis-Eye Analytics and Rehabilitation was founded by neuroscientist Zoï Kapoula, who brought together a community of scientists to explore the unique neurological information that eye movements can reveal. They aim to bring the latest scientific and technological advances in visual and cognitive health to those suffering from invisible eye movement problems, offer a multi-use technology combining precise medical protocols with innovative analytical systems, and have conducted research with major Parisian hospitals, and are supported by the RISE CNRS Innovation program and incubated in the Paris-Tech Entrepreneurs Incubator. See their job offer below.

The fellow will participate in an international research project on the quality of 3D eye movement control before and after strabismus surgery. Specifically, they will be in charge of gathering data, developing and deploying on cloud new analysis of eye movements based on time series and image processing.

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