[Comp-neuro] Scholarpedia.org is looking for graduate students to work as assistant editors

Eugene M. Izhikevich Eugene.Izhikevich at nsi.edu
Thu Dec 13 19:28:21 CET 2007

Scholarpedia is the open access encyclopedia hosting "Encyclopedia of 
Computational Neuroscience" and "Encyclopedia of Computational 
Intelligence". It attempts to partner the authority and responsibility 
of a printed encyclopedia with the dynamism and timeliness of a wiki.

Scholarpedia.org is looking for graduate students to work as assistant 
editors. Among their responsibilities, assistant editors would have 
direct input on the future development of Scholarpedia and would have 
the opportunity to engage with article authors and curators (most often 
legends in their field of expertise). Assistant editors would work on a 
volunteer basis, but their contributions would not be expected to take 
more than 2-4 hours per week.

Interested students should contact Dr. Eugene M. Izhikevich 
(editor-in-chief at scholarpedia.org) with a brief description of their 
academic context and areas of expertise.  Assistant editors should be 
familiar with wiki environments, skilled in HTML and/or LaTeX, and 
possess excellent written English.

Eugene M. Izhikevich, Senior Fellow in Theoretical Neurobiology
PhD, Mathematics,           http://www.nsi.edu/users/izhikevich
The Neurosciences Institute,   Editor-in-Chief at scholarpedia.org
10640 John J. Hopkins Drive                  tel:(858) 626-2063
San Diego, CA, 92121,   USA                  fax:(858) 626-2099

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