A postdoctoral position is computational neuroscience is available in the “Physiology of Sensory Integration” group at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany.

The ideal candidate should have a strong theoretical background, good programming skills and will work on mathematical analysis of data derived from electrophysiological experiments. Our research focuses mechanisms of neural information representation and applies sophisticated mathematical tools to study topics such as information representation or causal interactions in neural networks.
Tübingen has a thriving research community, comprising two Max Planck Institutes, a center for integrative neuroscience and many laboratories focusing on all aspects of neuroscience research. Tübingen is home to one of the oldest European universities and is within 3h train or driving distance to France, Switzerland and Austria.
The applicant should hold a PhD in neuroscience, physics, engineering or any related field. Experience with complex data analysis, related mathematical concepts and good programming skills are mandatory. The salary will be on the level of the German public service research salary (TVoD 13), the duration of the contract is negotiable. For additional information please contact kayser(at)tuebingen(dot)mpg(dot)de.
Applications should contain a short research statement, CV with list of publications, certificates and the names of potential referees who are familiar with the applicant.

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