[Comp-neuro] Research Fellow in Computational Neuroscience

Sheng Li s.li.1 at bham.ac.uk
Thu Mar 20 01:03:02 CET 2008

Research Fellow in Computational Neuroscience=20

A Research Fellow position is available at the Cognitive NeuroImaging =
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK.  The work focuses on =

theoretical modelling and advanced computational analyses of=20
electrophysiological and functional imaging data (MRI, EEG, MEG). =
in the lab examines the neural basis of perceptual decisions and =
across the lifespan (http://cnil.bham.ac.uk/ =
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The School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham is a top class =
department that has a dynamic group in Cognitive Neuroscience with =
links to Computer Science and Engineering and a state-of-the-art Imaging =

Centre (3T scanner), access to a large group of screened =
patients, EEG/ERP systems, TMS delivery systems, robot systems for =
research, and several systems for eye movement tracking and kinematic=20

You should have a background and hold a PhD. in Computer Science, =
Applied Mathematics, Engineering, Neuroscience or a related field. =
programming skills (e.g. Matlab, C, OpenGL) are necessary and experience =

with behavioural, imaging and signal processing methods is desirable.=20

If you are interested please send a CV and a statement of research =
to Prof. Zoe Kourtzi: z.kourtzi at bham.ac.uk.=20

best regards=20

Zoe Kourtzi, PhD=20
Chair of Brain Imaging=20
Behavioural and Brain Sciences=20
School of Psychology=20
University of Birmingham=20
Edgbaston, Birmingham=20
B15 2TT UK=20

tel: 121 414 8509=20
fax: 121 414 3342=20
fax: 121 414 4897=20

e-mail: z.kourtzi at bham.ac.uk=20
web: http://cnil.bham.ac.uk/ =
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