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Post-doctoral position in Multisensory integration/EEG

Department:    Department of Communication and Information Technologies
Location:     Barcelona, . Spain
Posted: 2012-07-20 06:53:08
Open from: 2012-07-20 to 2013-02-01
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Applications are invited for a full-time post-doctoral research position in the MULTISENSORY RESEARCH GROUP, led by Salvador Soto-Faraco. The position is covered by a European Research Council grant on Multisensory Integration and Attention. The project addresses the interplay between multisensory integration processes and attention mechanisms.This research spans several functions (speech, temporal and spatial processing, in vision, audition and touch, and body representation) and research approaches (psychophysics, neuroimaging, and brain stimulation with TMS). We seek a person with solid experience who leads a research line focused on brain oscillatory dynamics. Involvement in some organizational and management aspects is expected. The candidate must (1) have solid demonstrable experience (i.e., publications) in the field of oscillatory analysis using EEG and/or MEG, (2) strong background in cognitive neuroscience, neuroscience, and/or cognitive psychology, and (3) scientific motivation about multisensory integration, perception and attention. The position will be funded and renewable on yearly basis for up to three years. Starting date: Feb 2013 or before. Salary: up to 36,000Eur/Year Applications should include: - a C.V. including a list of publications - the names of two referees who would willing to write letters of recommendation - a short cover letter describing research interests For informal enquiries about the position and applications, please contact Salvador Soto-Faraco at Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please, mention that you are applying to the POSTDOCTORAL position in the email subject

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