[Comp-neuro] PhD/Postdoc position Cognitive Science University Osnabrück
peter.koenig at uni-osnabrueck.de
Fri Aug 5 10:44:47 CEST 2011
Vacancy for a Researcher (Phd / Postdoc level) in the Neurobiopsychology
Group at the Institute of Cognitive Science.
The research group for Neurobiopsychology (Prof. Dr. Peter König) has a
vacancy for the position of a Researcher (Postdoc level)(Salary level
according to E 13 TV-L, 100%) or Researcher (PhD level)(Salary level
according to E 13 TV-L, 75%) to be filled at earliest practicable date for
a duration of three years.
The researcher will work within the collaborative project “Multisite
communication in the brain” (SFB 936) on processing of visual, auditory
and tactile information and sensorimotor integration under natural
conditions. This encompasses statistical analysis of natural stimuli,
simulation of multimodal sensory systems, integration of experimental data
(neuronal activity under multimodal stimulation) and implementation in
autonomous systems. Furthermore, the position involves participation in
teaching Cognitive Science courses with an emphasis on Neurobiopsychology.
The position allows for further qualification.
Candidates are expected to have a university degree (at the level of
diploma/Master or PhD) and a good research record in at least one of the
following areas: Computer simulation of neural systems, statistical
analysis of complex systems or optimization methods as well as a good
command of the English language.
The University of Osnabrück is an equal opportunity employer. Women are
therefore especially encouraged to apply and will be preferentially
considered under the condition of equal qualification. Disabled candidates
with equivalent qualification will be given a preference.
Applications with the usual documentation should be submitted no later
than 31st August, 2011 to the Director of the Institute of Cognitive
Science, University of Osnabrück, Albrechtstraße 28, 49076 Osnabrück.
Further information can be obtained from Prof. Dr. Peter König,
(pkoenig at uos.de).
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