[Comp-neuro] Tenure-track positions at Cognitive Psychology Dept of HSE, Moscow

Alex Ossadtchi ossadtchi at gmail.com
Mon Dec 30 09:13:43 CET 2013

*The Faculty of Psychology* of the National Research University Higher
School of Economics in Moscow, Russia invites applications for full-time,
tenure-track positions of Assistant Professor, or higher, in all subfields,
and notably in cognitive and social psychology, cognitive neuroscience
(including neuroeconomics).

The HSE is a young, dynamic, fast-growing Russian research university
providing unique research opportunities (http://hse.ru/en,
http://psy.hse.ru/en/ )

Work Conditions:

   -       Access to the brain-navigated TMS, multichanel EGG, MEG,
   gaze-tracking, etc. http://psy.hse.ru/en/res-center
   -       Internationally competitive сompensation, 13% flat income tax
   rate and other benefits
   -       Generous travel support and research grants provided by the
   university’s Centre for Advanced Studies (www.cas.hse.ru )
   -       Low teaching load, minimal service required
   -       Heavy emphasis on high quality research


   -       Ph.D. in psychology, neuroscience, social sciences or related
   -       Fluent English (knowledge of Russian is not required)
   -       Ability and high motivation to conduct high-quality research
   publishable in reputable peer-reviewed journals and international
   university presses

Generally appointments will be made for an initial three-year period and
upon successful completion of an interim review, contracts would normally
be extended for a further three years until the tenure review.

Please provide a CV, at least 2 letters of reference forwarded directly, a
statement of research interest and a recent research paper. All materials
should be addressed to Martin Gilman, Director, Centre for Advanced Studies
at cas at hse.ru no later than *January 31, 2014.*
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