VisionScienceList: postdoc positions at Carnegie Mellon.

From: Tai Sing Lee (
Date: Tue Oct 10 2000 - 05:13:43 PDT

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    Postdoctoral Fellowships in Primate Neurophysiology, Statistical
      Analysis, Computational Modeling and Human Psychophysics

    Two post-doctoral fellowships are available in Dr. Tai
    Sing Lee's Active Perception Laboratory in the Center for the
    Neural Basis of Cognition at Carnegie Mellon University.

    The postdoctoral fellows, funded by a NSF grant and a NIH grant,
    are expected to engage in both computational modeling/statistical
    analysis, and/or primate electrophysiological/human psychophysical
    study. Applicants' background can either be in physical science,
    mathematics, engineering and computer science, or in neuroscience.
    They are encouraged to develop or participate in multidisciplinary
    research projects. The fellow funded with the NIH grant
    will work with Dr. Tai Sing Lee and Dr. Rob Kass (a statistician)
    on neurophysiology of perceptual organization and the development
    of statistical tools for neural data analysis. The fellow funded
    with the NSF grant will work with Dr. Lee on human psychophysics,
    neurophysiology and computational modeling to investigate
    active perception -- how eye movement and attention are coupled with
    visual analysis.

    The Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition is a joint center
    between Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh. It offers
    excellent academic environment in experimental and computational
    neuroscience. Please consult web pages (, for details on the center and
    the lab.

    Interested applicants should send CV, statement of research interests,
    names and phone numbers, email addresses of 3 references to

    Dr. Tai Sing Lee,
    Rm 115 Mellon Institute,
    Carnegie Mellon University,
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213.

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