[Comp-neuro] POSTDOC Computational Neuroscience / AI, Nottingham
Mark van Rossum
Mark.vanRossum at nottingham.ac.uk
Sat May 5 14:27:32 CEST 2018
We are pleased to announce an opening for a postdoc in the lab of Mark
van Rossum at the University of Nottingham.
In a EPSRC/ESRC grant on Human-like Computation, we are investigating in
the computational role of sleep in cognitive processing and visual
reasoning. In particular we are interested in how REM and slow-wave
sleep phases map onto processing stages of neurally inspired AI, thereby
trying to circumvent some limitations of current deep learning approaches.
This theoretical research is complemented by sleep experiments carried
out by the group of Prof Penny Lewis in Cardiff.
The successful candidate will have a PhD (or submitted his/her thesis)
and have research experience in either computational neuroscience or
machine learning, or a combination of these.
This post is initially a fixed-term contract for a period of 12 months.
As Nottingham is currently creating a Centre for Computational Neuroscience,
long-term independent research positions will open up next year.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Mark van Rossum.
Formal applications should be made via the website:
Mark van Rossum,
Professor, Schools of Psychology and Maths, U Nottingham
Psych Bldg Rm LG.19, 44-115-951 5316, 44-7722049644
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