[Comp-neuro] Postdoctoral Research Assistant in functional optical neuroimaging (fNIRS) interpretation

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*Postdoctoral Research Assistant in functional optical neuroimaging 
(fNIRS) interpretation*

Publication date: 30-Dec-2015; Revised: 1-May-2016

*About the Position*: The Department of Computer Science at Instituto 
Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE) in Puebla, Mexico, 
invites applications for a 1.5 years full-time postdoctoral research 
assistant position in the field of functional optical neuroimaging 
(fNIRS) interpretation. The position will suit candidates with strong 
background in Knowledge Representation, Statistics and Experimental 
Design, Medical Physics and/or Neurosciences. Candidates must hold a 
Ph.D. in a relevant discipline (e.g. computer science, mathematics, 
statistics, physics, engineering, neurosciences). The position is 
invited as from the 1st of September 2016 but earlier or later 
incorporations might be considered.

*About the project*: Functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is an 
emerging neuroimaging modality available for understanding brain 
behaviour for which current analysis and interpretation methods were 
often inherited and adapted from other neuroimaging modalities such as 
functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). This migration of methods 
is never trivial or without compromises. This 3 years $2M MXN project 
explores alternative analysis and interpretation algorithms and 
techniques specifically developed for fNIRS which can answer complex 
questions about cognitive activity while considering and exploiting 
fNIRS specific particularities.

For further details about the project and how to apply, please visit:

http://ccc.inaoep.mx/~f.orihuela-espina/Src/Jobs.php

*Contact*: Dr. Felipe Orihuela-Espina. e-mail: 
f.orihuela-espina at ccc.inaoep.mx

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