[Comp-neuro] Job Posting: Research Engineer/Scientist, Brain-Computer Interface, Machine Learning, Computational Neuroscience
bgholami at aretexeng.com
Thu Jan 14 17:02:17 CET 2016
*AreteX Systems, Inc. – New York, NY*
AreteX Systems, a medical technology startup company accelerating the use
of information technology in healthcare, has an immediate opening for a
Research Engineer/Scientist in its office located in New York City.
The position involves developing signal processing algorithms for
innovative biomedical technologies involving physiological signals. We are
looking for a self-motivated, highly talented individual with an excellent
background in signal processing, machine learning, and brain-computer
interface. The successful candidate will work closely with a team of
physicians, nurses, engineers, and scientists in designing new clinical
decision support systems.
Candidates with experience in the analysis of experimental data derived
from---but not limited to---auditory/visual/cross-sensory psychophysical,
EEG, ECG, and galvanic-skin conductance, data would be given a higher
- MS or PhD in electrical engineering, computer science, biomedical
engineering, applied mathematics, or a similar discipline.
- Knowledge of advanced concepts in signal processing.
- Research experience in biosignal analysis or brain-computer interface
- Knowledge of methods, theory, and application of machine learning
- Proficient at writing technical papers/reports/presentations.
- Experience with Python.
- Prior expertise and exposure using non-invasive human physiological
measures such as EEG, ECG, galvanic-skin conductance (electrodermal
activity), or other categorically similar methodologies.
- Prior experience with mechanical ventilation and fluid management
technologies in the intensive care units.
- Knowledge of control systems design and dynamical systems modeling.
- Prior experience in feature extraction from physiological signals.
- Experience working with quantitative methods of neural data analysis.
Send your cover letter and CV to info at aretexeng.com.
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