[Comp-neuro] Research Fellow in Neural Engineering
AKSENOVA Tetiana 218551
tetiana.aksenova at cea.fr
Mon May 10 11:30:24 CEST 2010
Research Fellow in Neural Engineering
Young researchers are invited to apply for 3-years position in the field
of neural engineering with the focus on Brain Computer Interface (BCI).
The candidate should have a PhD in Computer Science, Applied Mathematics
or Engineering and at least 2 years of experience as a postdoc
The particular goal of the project is the development of self paced ECoG
based BCI with multiple degrees of freedom. The successful applicant
will perform research in the fields of signal processing, adaptive
modeling, machine learning and fast calculations for real time
applications. Young researchers will be integrated to the group of
signal processing led by Dr.Tetiana Aksenova working in collaboration
with researchers of Clinatec whose expertise spans mathematics, computer
science, microelectronics, nanoscience and neuroscience with the goal of
performing functional BCI system.
Candidates with the experience in EEG/ECoG based BCI and/or
computational approaches to the neuronal systems analyses will be
preferred. Programming in Matlab and C/C++ will be the part of the
The work will be performed at INSRM (GIN, team of Prof. F. Berger) and
at Clinatec (scientific direction of Prof. A.-L. Benabid), Centre of
Atomic Energy (CEA), Grenoble, France. For more information look at
CV, motivation letter and the names of two references must be sent
electronically to Dr.Tetiana Aksenova (tetiana.aksenova at cea.fr
<mailto:tetiana.aksenova at cea.fr> ), Corinne Mestais
(corinne.mestais at cea.fr).
Application deadline : no later then May 25, 2010.
In case of clarification needs please send us an email :
tetiana.aksenova at cea.fr <mailto:tetiana.aksenova at cea.fr> .
Chair of excellence RTRA
Foundation "Nanoscience at the limits of Nanoelectronics"
23 rue des Martyrs, F-38000 Grenoble France
Tel : +33 4 38 78 03 20
Fax : +33 4 38 78 54 56
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