[FieldTrip] PostDoc & PhD Position, Cognitive Neuroscience, Bielefeld, Germany

Christoph Kayser christoph.kayser at uni-bielefeld.de
Fri May 4 08:41:22 CEST 2018

The Department of Cognitive Neuroscience at Bielefeld University, Germany,
is advertising a 3-year Postdoctoral position, and a 3-year PhD position in
auditory and multisensory neuroimaging studies.

We are looking to fill two positions to complement our research on auditory
and multisensory perception based on a combination of psychophysics,
neuroimaging (EEG) and statistical modelling.

The Department for Cognitive Neuroscience is dedicated to understanding the
integration of sensory information in the brain. Our studies use state of
the art EEG imaging, combined with eyetracking, psychophysical paradigms,
and substantive quantitative data analysis to better understand when and how
the brain transforms sensory information into a conscious percept. Further
details about our research can be found here

The positions involve all aspects of study design, implementation, data
collection, data analysis and the write up of results. Contributions to the
supervision of student projects or the preparation of practical courses are
also expected.

Applicants should have a background in neuroscience, cognitive science,
psychology, mathematics, or a relevant discipline. Applicants for the
post-doc position should have a doctoral degree or equivalent title. We are
especially interested in devotion to advanced quantitative data analysis
including the capabilities to program or modify analysis code. The ideal
applicant will have a strong analytical background and direct experience
using MATLAB. Applicants should have enthusiasm, and a clear, demonstrable
capacity for acquiring expertise in these techniques.

The positions are funded for 3 years starting ideally around September 2018,
at Germany salary grades TV-L E13 (100% for post-doc, 65% for PhD student).

Interested candidates please contact Christoph Kayser
<christoph.kayser at uni-bielefeld.de>


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