[Eeglablist] 3-year Post-doc position at University of Lubeck, Germany

Ulrike Kraemer umkraemer at gmail.com
Wed Dec 4 00:07:32 PST 2019


The Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, headed by Prof. Dr. Ulrike Krämer
(*cns-luebeck.de
<http://cns-luebeck.de>*) at the Department of Neurology, University of
Lübeck, is seeking to hire a

*Post-doctoral Researcher*

starting by April 2020, initially for 3 years, with the option of
extension. The post-doc is expected to get involved in the lab’s research
projects on empathy, action understanding and aggression and should develop
her/his own line of research within the lab’s research framework.

We are looking for a person with a promising track record in the field of
cognitive neuroscience, who holds a degree in psychology, cognitive
science, physics, or engineering. Expertise in human neuroscience methods
and experience in programing and statistical analyses (MATLAB, R) is
expected. Persons with a background in advanced EEG analysis methods who
are interested in applying this knowledge to social neuroscience questions
are especially welcome to apply.

The position involves teaching seminars in Basic Psychology and Cognitive
Neuroscience (typically 4 hours/week during the semester). As teaching is
primarily in German, candidates are expected to have German language
proficiency or be willing to learn German.

The lab is located at the Center for Brain, Behavior and Metabolism
(CBBM; *cbbm.uni-luebeck.de
<http://cbbm.uni-luebeck.de>*), which offers an excellent and state-of
the-art research environment. At the CBBM, several EEG, an fNIRS-system and
a research dedicated Siemens Skyra 3T MRI are available.

The University of Lübeck is a modern university specializing in Medicine,
Computer Science, Molecular Biology, Psychology, Biomathematics and Medical
Engineering. Internationally renowned research and high standards of
academic tutoring characterize the profile of the university.

Payment will follow salary group E13 TV‑L (full time), if conditions based
on German Public service regulations are satisfied. The University of
Lübeck is an equal opportunities employer. Applications from female
candidates are strongly encouraged. In case of compatible qualifications,
preference will be given to people with disabilities

Questions regarding the position can be directed to Prof. Ulrike Krämer (
ulrike.kraemer at uni-luebeck.de) or Dr. Macià Buades Rotger (
macia.rotger at neuro.uni-luebeck.de), who currently holds the position.
Applications
should include a cover letter, CV, list of publications and contact details
of two potential references. Applications should be sent as single pdf-file
to Ulrike Krämer (email above). Applications will be considered until
February 15th or until the position is filled (whichever happens first).


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