Department of Computer Science and Centre for Complexity Science, University of Warwick, UK

The position refers to a 3-year fixed term contract, starting: 1.Feb.2011
The project is funded by the BBSRC that aims to investigate
the role of calcium dynamics in neuronal computation underlying
important brain functions. The project will be led by Dr Y Timofeeva and run in collaboration with experimentalists at Oxford and Cambridge.
The positions’ working environment will be at the Warwick Centre for Complexity Science (
A PhD, or equivalent, in applied mathematics/theoretical
physics or a related discipline and a strong interest in mathematical and/or computational biology are required. Programming skills and previous experience of research in theoretical/computational neuroscience or computational biology are highly desirable. Some knowledge of reaction-diffusion systems would be an advantage.
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