[Eeglablist] Postdoc position (cognitive neuroscience/visual cognition) - Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

Niko Busch mail at nikobusch.net
Tue Jan 19 05:24:08 PST 2010

A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Cognitive 
Neuroscience Group (Professor Niko Busch) at the Berlin School of Mind 
and Brain.

Our research focuses on the neural and cognitive mechanisms of visual 
perception and cognition. We combine psychophysical techniques with 
state-of-the-art EEG analyses. Topics include visual object and scene 
recognition, change blindness, masking, time perception and the temporal 
aspects of perception and cognition. In addition, we investigate the 
role of EEG oscillations in perception and cognition. The research 
facilities comprise a 128-channel EEG and psychophysics lab (access to 
other facilities like MRI, TMS, etc. may be possible).

More information about the School and its research environment can be 
found on the website: http://www.mind-and-brain.de

The successful candidate will be part of a young and dynamic research 
group. He or she will be strongly encouraged to develop his/her own 
research lines within the framework of the group´s interests.

- a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience or any other relevant field,
- solid experience with at least one experimental technique relevant to 
the above-mentioned research topics (e.g., psychophysics, EEG, TMS, 
fMRI, etc.),
- publication(s) in international journals,
- good programming and statistical skills,
- excellent skills in written and spoken English,
- strong motivation

The full-time position is remunerated according to public service 
research salary BAT-O IIa AnwTV HU and available until 31 October 2011 
(extension possible). The position requires teaching at Master’s and 
Ph.D. level (in German or English; topics according to 

Applicants should send a letter quoting the code number DR/002/10 and 
describing their research experience, a CV, a brief statement of 
motivation, and the names and contact information of two referees as PDF 
to: niko.busch at hu-berlin.de.

The full job ad may be found here:

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