[Comp-neuro] Jobs at Brain Corporation: O-1 visa instead of H-1B

Eugene Izhikevich Eugene.Izhikevich at braincorporation.com
Wed Jun 12 16:00:58 CEST 2013


Brain Corporation is looking to hire talented computational neuroscientists and software engineers to create an artificial nervous system for robots.

Since many such people come from outside of the U.S., they need a visa to work legally in the U.S. 

The 2013 H-1B quota was reached within the first 4 days of April; the next quota will be available in April of 2014 and would allow people to start working on October 1, 2014.

However, all people (to be) joining Brain Corporation have extraordinary abilities, and hence are eligible to obtain O-1 Visa.

The requirements for O-1 visa include publications, citations, membership in professional societies; invitations to review work of others, etc.; see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O_visa

The legal expense to obtain O-1 visa is paid by Brain Corporation, and the whole procedure takes 2-3 months.

Job opportunities at Brain Corporation are listed at 
http://braincorporation.com/index.php/category/opportunities/

==10 Reasons to Join Brain Corporation==

1. Work on the most exciting scientific challenge of the century.
2. Outstanding team of computational neuroscientists, programmers, and engineers.
3. Industry-level salary, stock options, end-of-year bonuses.
4. Health, dental, and vision insurance.
5. Free breakfast and lunch at work; lots of healthy choices.
6. Free Android/iPhone for new employees; free gadgets twice per year.
7. Live 5 minutes from the Pacific Ocean; surf or dive any day of the year, and bike to work.
8. Bring your family to sunny San Diego, home to World Famous San Diego Zoo, Sea World, Legoland, Wild Animal Park, and an hour from Disneyland.
9. Family-friendly events, all-expense-paid holiday retreats, deep-sea fishing.
10. Attend conferences like the annual SfN and COSYNE meetings (and yes, we all stay an extra day at the Cliff Lodge just to ski).

We are a team with diverse backgrounds in computational neuroscience, computer science, or engineering. Bring your big ideas and help us change the world.

-- 
Dr. Eugene M. Izhikevich
Chairman & CEO
Brain Corporation
San Diego, California








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