[Comp-neuro] 4 year post-doc position in UCL, London

Chait, Maria m.chait at ucl.ac.uk
Mon Nov 17 15:17:08 CET 2014


A 4 year post-doctoral research associate position is available to work on a European Council-funded project that will use psychophysics, eye tracking and EEG to investigate auditory attention. We aim to understand the brain mechanisms involved in selective attention, and create a brain-machine interface able to identify listeners attentional focus in real time.   This research program is part of an international project ("Cognitively controlled Hearing Aid") which includes partners in ENS, France (Shihab Shamma, Alain de Cheveigne, Daniel Pressnitzer), DTU, Denmark (Torsten Dau), UZH, Switzerland (Shih-Chii Liu) and Oticon (Thomas Lunner) .
You will be supervised by Dr Maria Chait and based at the UCL Ear Institute (http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/research/chaitlab).
Salary (inclusive of London allowance) £33,353 - £37,152 per annum
Applicants should hold a PhD degree (or equivalent) in an engineering or Neuroscience-related subject and have substantial experience in digital signal processing and computer programming. Previous experience with auditory research and/or functional brain imaging is desirable.

For an informal discussion please contact Dr. Maria Chait (m.chait at ucl.ac.uk<mailto:m.chait at ucl.ac.uk>). Application should be made via the UCL website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs/  (Ref:1443980). Application deadline: 07 Dec 2014. Start date: Early 2015.


The UCL Ear Institute provides state-of-the-art research facilities across a wide range of disciplines and is one of the foremost centres for hearing, speech and language-related research within Europe.


Maria Chait PhD
m.chait at ucl.ac.uk<mailto:m.chait at ucl.ac.uk>

Reader in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience
Lab site: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/research/chaitlab/
UCL Ear Institute
332 Gray's Inn Road
London WC1X 8EE

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