The Department of Cognitive Science at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris) invites applications for a postdoctoral position to work on Brain-Computer Interfaces and Virtual Reality in the framework of the CEEDs European project (http://ceeds-project.eu/).
The post-doc will mainly be in charge of :
1) setting a BCI loop between a virtual environment and an EEG system
2) optimize online detection of specific EEG patterns
3) participate in the design and elaboration of research protocols.
The successful applicant will be affiliated to the Brain and Consciousness team of Pr Sid Kouider (http://www.lscp.net/persons/sidk/). The Department of Cognitive Science offers a rich research environment composed of a multidisciplinary set of research units on philosophy, cognitive psychology, cognitive neurosciences and computational neurosciences. Our research team, at the interface of these disciplines, is working on the cognitive and neural determinants of consciousness, with an emphasis on the distinction between unconscious perception and perceptual awareness. Our lab is located in central Paris, within the historical Quartier Latin.
Candidates should have at least a PhD degree in a relevant domain and a solid training in EEG, Brain-Computer interfaces and machine learning. Experience with virtual reality is desirable but not a prerequisite.
The position will start on September 1st, 2013.
The appointment is for one year initially but can be extended later on.
The net salary will range between 2 100 and 2 500 euros/month depending on qualifications.
Consideration of applicants will commence June 1st, 2013 and will continue until the position is filled.
Knowledge of French is not required as the team is international and verbal interactions are primarily in English.
Please send a CV along with the names and contact information of two references to Sid Kouider (sid.kouider at ens dot fr) and Cécile Girard (cecilegirard20 @ gmail dot com)
Pr Sid Kouider, CNRS research director
Ecole Normale Supérieure
LSCP, Pavillon Jardin,
29 rue d'Ulm, 75005 Paris, France
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