[Comp-neuro] [job announcement] - postdoc data analysis

Daniele Marinazzo daniele.marinazzo at ugent.be
Wed Jun 5 10:08:56 CEST 2013

[Apologies for cross-postings]

Dear list-members,

A post-doc position is available at the Department of Data Analysis of
Ghent University, Belgium (http://www.da.ugent.be). The position
starts from 1 October 2013, for a fixed term of three years (renewable once
for three more years).

here is the link to the official announcement (in Dutch)

-Candidates should hold a PhD degree on the start of the position (1

-Their research work will fall within one of these themes:
1. Analysis of neuroimaging data (mainly EEG and/or fMRI)
2. Causal mediation analysis and structural equation modeling
3. Axiomatic foundations of mathematical models

-Candidates shall have published their work in international peer-reviewed

-The position will involve some teaching, either in English or in Dutch.
For non-Dutch speakers, the teaching will be in English, and an official
assessment of the English knowledge will be necessary (within the first
year of the appointment) for accreditation.
All non Dutch-speaking candidates will have to pass a test assessing
knowledge of Dutch at B2 level within the first three years of the

The deadline for applications is *June 21, 2013*.

For informal inquiries about this position, please contact Daniele
Marinazzo (daniele.marinazzo at ugent.be).

To apply, please send your CV and a copy of your PhD diploma to:

Department of Personnel and Organization Ghent University St.
Pietersnieuwstraat 25 B-9000 Gent Belgium

Daniele Marinazzo --
Department of Data Analysis
Faculty of Psychology and Pedagogical Sciences, Gent University
Henri Dunantlaan 1, B-9000 Gent, Belgium
+32 (0) 9 264 6375

*Workshop @ CNS
*NDES 2013 conference <http://beta.fisica.uniba.it/ndes2013/Home.aspx>
*International symposium on connectivity, 12 Dec 2013,
*Frontiers Research Topic: Information based methods for neuroimaging data

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