The Institute of Neuroinformatics at UZH-ETH Zurich announces an opening for a PhD position. The mission of the Institute is to discover the key principles by which brains work and to implement these in artificial systems that interact intelligently with the real world.

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Extracellular recordings of spontaneous nerve activity is a common practice for a number of electrophysiological experiments providing valuable information concerning peripheral and central nervous system physiology of vertebrates and invertebrates.

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The successful candidate has a strong background in physics and/or mathematics, is competent in applying numerical methods, and shows some grasp of, and great interest in, computational neuroscience. The main tasks of this research project involve theoretical calculations, computer simulations and experimental data analyses, using MATLAB. Specific methods and relevant background knowledge will be taught to the candidate “on the job”, providing an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic researcher to specialize in an exciting new field.

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Two postdoctoral positions are available in the lab of Nathan Urban at Carnegie Mellon University to work as part of a DARPA-funded project (REALNOSE http://www.darpa.mil/dso/solicitations/baa07-21mod11.htm) on analysis of data from arrays of biologically-based chemical sensors.

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