PhD position in neural engineering for an excellent PhD student at CEA Grenoble, France.
The dead line for applications is April 20, 2008.
Applicants are invited for a PhD position in the field of neural engineering with the focus on Brain Computer Interface.
The successful applicant will perform research in signal processing, modelling from experimental data, machine learning, and fast calculations for on-line real time applications. The aim of the project is the development of self paced ECoG based BCI by means of a multidisciplinary study combining modelling and experiments.
The candidate will have to interact with other researchers in a mixed team of mathematicians and engineers using mathematical and computational methods as well as of experimentalists performing BCI in animals and humans.
Candidates should have, or expect to obtain, MSc in a relevant discipline (Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics or Physics). Programming experience with Matlab and C(C++) as well as statistical knowledge is welcome. The candidate should demonstrate a strong interest in biophysics.
The work will be performed at the Centre of Atomic Energy (CEA, Grenoble, France) at the Research Group of Microelectronics for Health, LETI-Minatec, CEA. LETI is a CEA laboratory located in Grenoble which is one of the main European research centres. For more information look at
The PhD position is associated with Doctoral School – Engineering for Health, Cognition and Environment (EDISCE), University Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1 (UJF).
The position is for three years, starting on September-October 2008 and is funded by CEA.
Applications including a CV, a motivation letter and the names of two references must be sent electronically to Tetiana Aksenova (, Stephane Bonnet ( and Regis Guillemaud ( Selected candidates will be interviewed in Grenoble.
For more information please e-mail Dr.Tetiana Aksenova (

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