[FieldTrip] research engineer position in neuroimaging - Paris, France
sid.kouider at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 18:40:34 CET 2010
The Department of Cognitive Science at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris)
invites applications for a research engineer position to work on
Neuroimaging data in the framework of the DynaMind ERC project held by Dr
Sid Kouider. The successful applicant will mainly be in charge of managing
and analyzing data obtained on human subjects with fMRI in adults and
high-density EEG in infants. The successful applicant will also be involved
in the design and elaboration of research protocols.
Candidates should have at least a master degree in a relevant domain and a
solid training in neuroimaging data analysis, with robust experience in
signal processing and programming. Experience with Matlab and the SPM
toolbox is desirable but not a prerequisite.
The successful applicant will be affiliated to the Perception, Attention and
Consciousness team of Dr Sid Kouider. The Department of Cognitive Science
offers a rich research environment composed of a multidisciplinary set of
research units on philosophy, cognitive psychology, cognitive neurosciences
and computational neurosciences. Our research team, at the interface of
these disciplines, is working on the cognitive and neural determinants of
consciousness, with an emphasis on the distinction between unconscious
perception and perceptual awareness. Our lab is located in central Paris,
within the historical Quartier Latin.
Consideration of applicants will commence December 15th, 2010 and will
continue until the position is filled.
The net salary will range between 2 100 to 2 800 Euros per month depending
The appointment is for two years initially but can be extended later on.
Please send a CV (including the names and contact information of two
references) to sid.kouider at ens.fr
Do not hesitate to contact us for further questions.
Dr Sid Kouider, CNRS research scientist
Ecole Normale Supérieure
LSCP, Pavillon Jardin,
29 rue d'Ulm, 75005 Paris, France
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