[visionlist] Junior research scientist position at Inria, France

Bruno Cessac bruno.cessac at inria.fr
Tue Nov 27 02:39:42 -05 2018

Junior research scientist position at Inria, France 

The Biovision team from Inria Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée invites applications for a junior research scientist position (permanent research position without teaching duty). The goal of the Biovision team is to investigate new solutions to help vision impaired people, through fundamental research as well as innovative technological developments. 

We strongly encourage highly qualified candidates in the field of computational neuroscience and vision science with a strong interest in low vision. Candidates will have to apply to the Inria's 2019 recruiting campaign starting in February. The application, about 15-20 pages long, includes a summary of past research and future projects, and can be in English. Short-listing decision of candidates is due by end of March 2019. Short-listed candidates will be invited for an oral presentation by beginning of May. Final hiring decisions will be made in June. 

The candidates are strongly advised to contact *as soon as possible* the faculty members of the group (bruno.cessac at inria.fr and pierre.kornprobst at inria.fr) and to provide a CV, significant published papers and a preliminary research project explaining how you would integrate the team (research goals, PhD supervision, collaborations, fundings). 

For more information: 
- Inria: Inria, the French research institute for computer science, promotes scientific excellence and technology transfer to maximise its impact. It employs 2,400 people. Its 200 agile project teams, generally with academic partners, involve more than 3,000 scientists in meeting the challenges of computer science and mathematics, often at the interface of other disciplines. 
- Biovision: http://www-sop.inria.fr/biovision 
- Recruiting campaign: 
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