[FieldTrip] 1 post-doc and 1 PhD position in human auditory and motor neuroscience

Jochem Rieger jochem.rieger at uni-oldenburg.de
Wed Sep 5 03:24:18 CEST 2012

The Department of Applied Neurocognitive Psychology at Oldenburg
University, Germany, offers a


*Post-doctoral position (E13/TVL, 3 years plus) *

and a

*PhD position (0.5*E13/TVL, initially 2 years)*


The lab focuses on the fields of neural coding of complex movements and
neural coding of speech in the human brain with the aim of developing


To extend our interdisciplinary team we seek for highly motivated
candidates with strong quantitative and experimental skills. The
post-doctoral position requires a PhD or comparable degree and the PhD
position requires a masters  or comparable degree. The post-doctoral
position is initially limited to three years after with an option for an
extension to obtain habilitation (post-doctoral degree, similar to a
lecturer qualification). Successful candidates will perform cutting edge
research in one of the lab's foci and should have a background in one or
more of the following fields: non-invasive or invasive human
neurophysiology of the motor or auditory system, statistical learning,
brain-machine-interfacing. The positions offer an excellent
interdisciplinary working environment with opportunities for
international exchange. The lab is involved in the EU-project BRACOG
(brain controlled grasping) and we have a close collaboration with UC
Berkeley, USA. The University of Oldenburg was recently awarded a
Cluster of Excellence in hearing research. The Dept. of Psychology will
offer an attractive scientific environment with access to research
dedicated state-of-the-art approaches to human neurophysiological
techniques (fMRI, NIRS, EEG, ECoG, and MEG).


Electronic applications are preferred and can be send to:
Professor Dr. Jochem Rieger:  Jochem.rieger at uni-oldenburg.de
<mailto:Jochem.rieger at uni-oldenburg.de> 


Please send paper applications until September 30^th 2012 to:

Margrit Jung

Dept. of Applied Neurocognitive Psychology

Institute of Psychology

Oldenburg University

26111 Oldenburg



Applications should include your CV and a list of most recent
publications. Applications for the post-doctoral position should include
a research statement (max. 3 pages). The University of Oldenburg aims to
employ more women in this area and therefore particularly welcomes
applications from women. We also welcome applications from disabled persons.

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Jochem Rieger

Applied Neurocognitive         Knight Lab
Psychology                     Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute
Faculty V                      University of California
Carl-von-Ossietzky University  132 Barker Hall
26111 Oldenburg                Berkeley, CA 94720-3192
Germany                        USA

Phone: +49(0)4417984533
Fax:   +49(0)4417983865

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