[Comp-neuro] Research Post available at Intelligent Systems
Research Centre, University of Ulster, UK
jg.harkin at ulster.ac.uk
Wed Jan 30 10:33:30 CET 2013
Funding has been secured for a 6-month Research post to work on the development of a computational algorithm to test a novel brain inspired self-repairing concept developed at the University of Ulster in collaboration with the University of Liverpool. Specifically, the Research Associate will work on the development of a computer model of the self-repairing Spiking Neural Network (SNN) at the University of Ulster and will assist in how to translate the self-repairing capability to hardware. The Research Associate will be employed by Ulster for the duration of the project (6 months).
Applicants must have postgraduate research experience in a relevant area (e.g. Computer Science/Mathematics/Neuroscience), together with evidence of ability to develop computational biological models.
Deadline for applications is Feb 12th.
Further details can be found at the following URL: http://jobs.ulster.ac.uk/
Informal enquires are welcome and should contact Dr. Liam McDaid lj.mcdaid at ulster.ac.uk<mailto:lj.mcdaid at ulster.ac.uk>
School of Computing and Intelligent Systems
Faculty of Computing and Engineering
University of Ulster, Co. Derry
Northern Ireland BT48 7JL, UK
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