[Comp-neuro] Postdoctoral Fellow in Computational Neuroscience
a.bernacchia at gmail.com
Mon Apr 22 10:46:12 CEST 2013
The School of Engineering and Science at Jacobs University Bremen has an
opening for a full time position as
*Postdoctoral Fellow in Computational Neuroscience (f/m)*
This is an exciting opportunity to join a multidisciplinary team addressing
fundamental questions in Neuroscience. The research aims at designing a
cortical circuit model for working-memory and decision-making based on
existing experimental data. The methods will focus on mathematical and
numerical analysis of neural circuit models, and data analysis of
physiological recordings. The model will produce novel experimental
predictions, guide further analysis, and ultimately provide a better
understanding of the neural mechanisms of memory and decision-making.
The ideal candidate has a background in Computational Neuroscience,
Applied Mathematics or Physics and is highly motivated to have an
interdisciplinary experience between Neuroscience and Applied Math.
Jacobs University offers competitive salaries based on qualification and
experience. The initial contract will be for two years. The prospective
starting date is September 1st, 2013, but earlier dates may also be
Applicants should send a brief statement of research interests, a CV and
the names of three references.
*Only Electronic submissions in PDF-format to:* Alberto Bernacchia at
a.bernacchia at jacobs-university.de
Files will be destroyed once the search is completed.
*Closing date: *Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.
Information on the School of Engineering and Science can be found on
Jacobs University is an equal opportunity employer.
Jacobs University Bremen is a private university offering degrees in
engineering, natural sciences, humanities and social sciences at
bachelor´s, master´s and doctoral levels. Jacobs University has more than
1,300 students from over 100 different countries.
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