[Comp-neuro] Postdoc positions in computational neuroscience at NYU-Shanghai

Sukbin Lim sukbin.lim at nyu.edu
Mon Jul 9 12:50:23 CEST 2018


Two postdoctoral positions are available in Sukbin Lim's lab at
NYU-Shanghai as part of NYU’s global network and the NYU-ECNU Institute of
Brain and Cognitive Science (https://shanghai.nyu.edu/research/brain). The
overarching goal of the lab is to understand network interactions and
dynamics for learning and memory.  We have thrived to provide a mechanistic
understanding of local circuits and interactions among local circuits and
to develop tools to reverse-engineer the mechanism.  More information on
the research can be found at
http://shanghai.nyu.edu/research/brain/faculty/Sukbin-Lim.

Environment:

Institute of Brain and Cognitive Science at NYU-Shanghai is a
multidisciplinary and collaborative research environment.  Candidates will
be encouraged to collaborate with systems and computational neuroscience
labs, computer and data science groups at NYU-Shanghai and NYU.  The
initial appointment is for one year, renewable up to 3 years subject to
progress.  Globally competitive compensations will be provided.

To Apply:

Qualified applicants are expected to hold a Ph.D. by the start date of the
position in computational and theoretical neuroscience, or related
discipline with strong quantitative training in Mathematics, Physics,
Computer Sciences, and Engineering. Strong programming skills (e.g.,
Python, MATLAB or C/C++) and experience in modeling networks/complex
systems will be valued. Knowledge of Neuroscience would be a plus.

Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.  To be
considered, please send a curriculum vitae, short research statement and
the names and contact information of two references to *sukbin.lim at nyu.edu
<xinying.cai at nyu.edu>*.  Also, I can meet with candidates at CNS 2018
meeting in Seattle or Bernstein conference in Berlin.
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