[Comp-neuro] Academic Fellowship positions Computational Neuroscience, Nottingham
Mark van Rossum
Mark.vanRossum at nottingham.ac.uk
Wed Aug 28 11:16:32 CEST 2019
Academic Fellowship positions Computational Neuroscience, Nottingham
The University of Nottingham is a research intensive university ranked
in the top 10 in the UK and in the top 30 of Europe. It has a strong
tradition in Cognition, Perception, Mathematical Biology, and Imaging.
To support further development across these areas, and stimulate new
research opportunities, the University has recently made a major
investment in Computational Neuroscience.
As part of this investment we are inviting applications for two
independent fellowships. The positions are for 3 years, after which the
fellows are expected to be competitive candidates for permanent
positions at the University. The positions are ideal for researchers
with some postdoctoral experience and a strong vision who are planning
to develop their own research group in a supportive, interdisciplinary
environment with outstanding research facilities.
We are interested in candidates working across a broad spectrum of
research topics areas in Computational Neuroscience, including
functional neuroimaging, neural networks, and models of cognition.
Research methodologies could include numerical simulation, machine
learning, theoretical neuroscience, and innovative data analysis. The
Fellows will be based in the School of Psychology and/or Mathematical
These positions were advertised earlier. After a number of requests for
a later deadline, the application process is now briefly opened again
until Sept 3rd.
For the online application form see
Please include a research proposal in your application.
For informal inquiries contact
Mark van Rossum, mark.vanrossum at nottingham.ac.uk, +44-115-7486851
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