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Postdoctoral Research Positions
Laboratory for Advanced Brain Signal Processing
Riken Brain Science Institute, Japan
The Laboratory for Advanced Brain Signal Processing invites applications for postdoctoral research positions in computational neuroscience, brain computer interface, machine learning, inverse problems, biomedical signal processing, EEG/MEG analysis and related areas.
The laboratory is especially keen to recruit researchers with expertise in biomedical signal/image processing, linear inverse problem, and/or computer programming (mostly in MATLAB).
The Riken Brain Science Institute (BSI) is a
world-class centre for neuroscience. For further details of our
research please see: http://www.brain.riken.jp/
Riken BSI campus is located in Wako-shi only 15 minutes by train from Ikebukuro (one famous down-town in Tokyo).
The Laboratory provides a unique international environment in which theoreticians and experimental neuroscientists interact closely with each others and with other research groups world-wide. The BSI visitors, seminars and possibility to attend international conferences/workshops enable members of the laboratory to engage and cooperate with leading researchers from across the world.
Candidates must have a strong analytical background, motivation, passion to science and relevant experience.
Salaries are competitive, based on experience and achievements.
Applicants should send in pdf, plain text or Word
format a CV
(with personal data) with a full list of publications, a detailed
statement of research interests, to:
|Dr. Andrzej Cichocki
(head of the laboratory)
|Ms. Hiroyo Yamaguchi
While e-mail is
preferred, candidates may also submit applications
in hardcopy to the following address:
Prof. Andrzej Cichocki
Head of Laboratory for Advanced Brain Signal Processing,
Brain Science Institute, Riken
2-1 Hirosawa, Wako-shi, Saitama 351-0198, JAPAN
(Fax. +81 (0)48 467 9686)