[FieldTrip] Post-doc position

Boris BURLE boris.burle at univ-amu.fr
Fri Oct 3 07:19:19 CEST 2014

Dear FieldTrip Users,

The "Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives" (Aix-Marseille Université, 
CNRS, Marseille, FR) is opening a post-doctoral position (EEG/MEG) to 
work on an ERC project aiming at deciphering pro-active and reactive 
cognitive control, within the team "Attention, Chronometry and Cortical 
Dynamics". Each position is offered for 12 months (first instance, 
potentially renewable). Applicants must have a PhD on Cognitive 
Neuroscience/Experimental Psychology (or related disciplines) and have a 
good knoedge on EEG and/or MEG processing. Knowledge on spatial analysis 
(CSD for EEG, inverse solution for EEG and MEG) is certainly a plus. 
Although not required, programming skills in high level scientific 
languages (Python, Matlab etc...)  will  be (highly) appreciated. The 
hosting group is equipped with several EEG systems (64 and 128 
electrodes) and has access to a 248 magnetometers MEG system (4D 
Neuroimaging magnes 3600), coupled with an EEG system. When applying 
please indicate [post-doc EEG/MEG] in the subject of your mail. Salary 
will be adjusted based on experience, and will follow CNRS regulation 
(between 2000 and 2900€ net).
The "Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives" is embedded in a very 
active and large Brain Research community (the second largest in 
France), ranging from cellular physiology to social neurosciences. The 
hosting group has strong connections with the local Brain research 
community, and numerous international collaborations, that will benefit 
to the retained candidates. French speaking is not a requirement. 
Position starts as soon as possible, and will be opened until it is filled.
Besides, Marseille is a very nice city in south of France, on the 
Mediterranean Sea, with a warm climate. It is also at about 1h30 from 
the Alps mountains, allowing easy access to hiking and winter sports.
CV and motivation letters, along with informal enquiries, are to be sent 
to Boris BURLE (email: boris.burle at univ-amu.fr), with the appropriate 
subject heading (see above).

     All the best,
         B. Burle

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