[Comp-neuro] Open PhD Position at University of Luebeck, Germany

Christoph Metzner metzner at rob.uni-luebeck.de
Thu Nov 7 16:26:23 CET 2013

Apologies for multiple postings

The Department of Neurology, University of Lübeck seeks to recruit a
Ph.D. student from the 1st of January 2014 onwards. The candidate will be
working on a
project on the neural basis of primary food reward in humans using
imaging (EEG-fMRI). An essential part of the project will be the
development of
methods of electrophysiological-hemodynamic coupling.

Applicants must hold a Diplom, MSc or equivalent degree in Mathematics,
Physics, Engineering or a relevant discipline. They should have a strong
in cognitive neuroscience and excellent programming skills. Preference will
given to applicants experienced in functional imaging and/or cognitive

The position is initially for 2 years with the possibility of renewal. The
salary will
be according to an E13 (TV-L, 50%) position. The University of Lübeck is an
equal opportunities employer. Applications from female candidates are
strongly encouraged. In case of compatible qualifications, preference will
given to people with disabilities.

Applications should include CV, copies of certificates and letters of
recommendation. Please send initial enquiries and/or applications directly
Dr. Nuria Doñamayor Alonso (nuria.donamayor at neuro.uni-luebeck.de).

Institute for Robotics and Cognitive Systems -- University of Luebeck
Graduate School for Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences -- University
of Luebeck
Dipl. Math. Christoph Metzner         tel:                 +49 451 500 5694
University of Luebeck                      secretary:       +49 451 500 5201
Institute for Robotics                       fax:                +49 451
500 5202
Ratzeburger Allee 160                    mail:
metzner at rob.uni-luebeck.de
D-23538 Luebeck, Germany            www:
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