Columbia University, Department of Biomedical Engineering
The Laboratory for Intelligent Imaging and Neural Computing (LIINC) at Columbia University has an immediate opening for one (most probably two) Postdoctoral Fellow(s) to participate in in the “Cortically-coupled Computer Vision (C3Vision)” research program.

The C3Vision program looks to synergistically couple biological and computer vision systems using a combination of brain machine interfaces, machine learning and pattern classification, and image understanding within the context of understanding the advantages and limits of both biological and computer vision. Applicants should have a background in one, and preferably several, of the following: machine vision (especially content based indexing and automated image labeling), machine learning, neural signal processing, neuroimaging (EEG and/or fMRI), real-time systems design and programming.
LIINC is in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Columbia University and interacts closely with other departments at Columbia, Including Electrical Engineering, Biological Sciences, Computer Science and Neuroscience. In addition, the C3Vision project includes collaborators at other academic institutions as well as in industry, and the project involves both basic and applied research which will ultimately lead to testable systems.
Interested candidates should send via email their CV, three representative papers, the names of three references, and cover letter to Prof. Paul Sajda (
Applications will be considered until July 2008. The position(s) are for one year, with the option to renew for an additional year, given satisfactory performance and available funding.

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