The successful candidate is expected to study computational models of
human decision making in uncertain environments, and will join ongoing
collaborations of the Neural Information Processing Group
(http://www.ni.tu-berlin.de/) with experimental groups who work with
animal models as well as with human subjects.
Since the position involves some teaching obligations, candidates must
have good German language skills. Candidates should hold a recent
Diplom- or Master-degree (for the PhD position) and PhD degree (for the
postdoctoral position) and should have excellent mathematical and
programming skills. Candidates with good knowledge and with research
experience in Computational Neuroscience will be preferred.
Application material with reference to position WM-373 (CV, list of
publications, abstract of PhD thesis (if applicable), abstract of
Diplom-/Master-Thesis, copies of certificates and two letters of
reference) should be sent to:
Prof. Dr. Klaus Obermayer,
Technische Universität Berlin,
MAR 5-6, Marchstr. 23,
preferably by email.
Full applications should be sent to the contact address given above.
TUB seeks to increase the proportion of women and particularly
encourages women to apply. Women will be preferred given equal
qualification. Disabled persons will be preferred given equal qualification.
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Unter den Linden 6
phone: (030) 2093-9110
fax: (030) 2093-6771
Comp-neuro mailing list