[Neuro-IT] Postdoctoral and PhD position in Computational modelling
at West. Wilhelms-University Muenster (Germany)
fhamker at uni-muenster.de
Thu Sep 29 17:02:47 CEST 2005
The junior research group of Dr. Fred Hamker in Psychology at the
Westfaelische-Wilhelms Universitaet Muenster invites applications for a
Postdoctoral and a PhD position.
Our group pursues a theoretical and model-driven approach to
experimental psychology/neuroscience in the field of visual perception
and its cognitive control. It is part of the laboratory of Prof. Dr.
Markus Lappe. Together, we form an interdisciplinary research community
with members coming from psychology, biology, computer science,
electrical engineering, physics.
The positions are within a project funded by the German Research
Council (DFG). They aim at developing a neurocomputational systems
approach to modeling the cognitive guidance of attention and
object/category recognition. The scope is on building functional models
of cortical and subcortical areas in the primate brain based on
physiological and anatomical findings. The function of the prefrontal
cortex and basal ganglia will be an integral part of these models. The
validity of the models should also be demonstrated by testing their
performance on real world category/object recognition tasks.
A degree in psychology, computer science, electrical engineering,
physics, or biology is a prerequisite. Experience in programming (C++,
Matlab), applied mathematics, and neural modeling is of significant
advantage. Salary is according to German research scale (BAT IIa for
the Postdoctoral and BAT IIa/2 for the PhD position). The position is
initially for two years, starting in January 2006 (or soon thereafter).
Please send applications by October 15th, but no later than November
1st 2005 per email (PDF preferred) to fhamker at uni-muenster.de.
More information about the junior research group can be found at
The university is an equal opportunity employer. Women are encouraged
to apply. Disabled applicants will receive priority in case they have
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