[Comp-neuro] Connectionists: Job: Postdoctoral Research Scientist Neuro-Robotics

Stefan Wermter stefan.wermter at sunderland.ac.uk
Wed May 17 16:13:15 CEST 2006

Job announcement: Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Neuro-Robotics

School of Computing & Technology, University of Sunderland

Research Scientist Neuro-Robotics (MICRAM)
Fixed term – three years
19,340 - 29,211 pounds per annum
Ref: CTR016/1154

Our focus in the MICRAM project is to develop and validate biomimetic
robots, computational neural models and a neuroscience database for
the development of a biologically realistic model of auditory
processing (MICRAM project). The job involves the development of a
biomimetic robot that uses neural computational modeling to simulate the
auditory midbrain.

You should be educated to PhD level or possess equivalent
research experience and a proven ability in research and publication.
A degree in a computing discipline is essential and knowledge of
biomimetic robotics is desirable. Experience with GENESIS or similar
neural modelling and knowledge of the auditory system and
of bioacoustics would be advantageous.

This neuro-robotics post is part of a collaboration between the
University of Sunderland (neural robotics post -- this announcement)
and  the University of Newcastle (auditory neuroscience post --
to be announced).

For more info on the Centre for Hybrid Intelligent Systems see

For informal discussions of this neuro-robotics post please contact
Dr. Harry Erwin ( harry.erwin at sunderland.ac.uk ) or
Prof. Stefan Wermter ( stefan.wermter at sunderland.ac.uk ).

Interviews for this post will be held on Monday 19th June 2006.
Application form and Role Profile can be obtained by contacting Human
Resources on 0191 515 2057 or www.sunderland.ac.uk/jobs
Closing Date: 2nd June 2006

Stefan Wermter
Professor for Intelligent Systems
Centre for Hybrid Intelligent Systems
School of Computing and Technology
University of Sunderland
St Peters Way
Sunderland SR6 0DD
United Kingdom

email: stefan.wermter at sunderland.ac.uk

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