[Comp-neuro] Two Junior Women Canadian Research Chair positions, Faculty of Engineering, Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada

Jean Rouat Jean.Rouat at USherbrooke.ca
Thu Mar 29 16:00:58 CEST 2018


The faculty of engineering from Université de Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada is opening  2 Junior Women Canadian research chair positions. The research application domains are quite large and described on the web page:
https://monemploi.sofe.usherbrooke.ca/sofe-service/f?p=103:40:0::NO:RP,40:P40_T_PAGPREV,P40_T_OFFCLEINT:113,42703
My department (Electrical and Computer Eng.) is interested in recruiting candidates with expertises in neuroinformatics, neural networks and/or machine learning in relation with one of the domains described on the official announcement: neuroinformatics algorithms for neural networks/machine learning for embedded systems with low energy requirements, AI for transportation and mobility, neuronal prosthesis, etc.
The deadline to submit to the dean of the faculty is 20 April 2018.

Keywords:
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Neural networks, Spiking neurons, Neurocomputational systems, Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Human-machine interactions.

All the best.

Jean Rouat, Prof., coord. IGLU, http://iglu-chistera.github.io

Université de Sherbrooke		Université de Montréal		Member of the centre for Interdisciplinary research
Professeur titulaire,			Professeur associé		in  Music Media and Technology
NECOTIS: Computational Neurosciences	Vision, neuroscience Lab	McGill Schulich School of Music
and Intelligent Signal Processing	FAS- Sciences biologiques	527 Sherbrooke St. West
Faculté de génie, GEGI, C1-3108		90 avenue Vincent-d’Indy	Montreal, Qc,
2500 boul. de l'université		Montréal, Qc,			Canada, H3A 1E3
Sherbrooke, Québec			Canada, H3C 3J7
Canada, J1K 2R1							
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