[visionlist] post-doc in multi-agent motion capture analyses - Italian Institute of Technology & University of Ferrara

Alessandro D'Ausilio Alessandro.Dausilio at iit.it
Fri Feb 1 10:30:28 -05 2019


Dear colleagues,
we’re recruiting a postdoctoral research fellow to be based at the Center for Translational Neurophysiology of the Italian Institute of Technology and the University of Ferrara. https://www.iit.it/centers/ctnsc-unife
The successful candidate will have experience in motion capture and an interest in relatively more advanced methods of analyses (e.g. granger causality, information transfer, recurrence quantification analysis, etc.). The goal of the project is to extract indexes of sensorimotor communication while multi-agent interactions unfolds, both in healthy and psychiatric populations.
For past related work from our group, please refer to the following papers: Pezzulo et al., Phys Life Rev, 2018; Volpe et al., Phil Trans Roy Soc B, 2016; D’Ausilio et al., Trends Cogn Sci, 2015; Badino et al., Neuropsychologia, 2014; D’Ausilio et al., PLoS ONE, 2012.
The postdoctoral research fellow will work independently and collaboratively within the EU project EnTimeMent: https://entimement.dibris.unige.it
The position is for 1 year, renewable for up to 4 years. The successful candidate will hold a PhD/DPhil in a relevant field (Applied Math; Neuroscience; Electrical Engineering; Bio-engineering/Biomedical Engineering; Applied Physics) and demonstrated analytical and experimental skills.
For more info, please contact alessandro.dausilio at iit.it<mailto:alessandro.dausilio at iit.it>

Thanks very much,
Alessandro D’Ausilio

Associate Professor
Università di Ferrara
Dip. Scienze Biomediche e Chirurgico Specialistiche
Sez. Fisiologia Umana

Affiliated Researcher
IIT - Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
CTNSC - Center for Translational Neurophysiology
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