[visionlist] Professor (W2) in Scientific Methods I: Experimental and Neuroscientific Psychology

Stefan Pollmann stefan.pollmann at ovgu.de
Thu Apr 4 07:39:29 -04 2019

Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg seeks a Professor (W2) in 
Scientific Methods I: Experimental and Neuroscientific Psychology. The 
professorship is affiliated with the Institute of Psychology of the 
University of Magdeburg andwill be integrated into the vibrant 
neuroscience community of Magdeburg, consisting of the neuroscientific 
departments of the Otto-von-Guericke-University, the Leibniz Institute 
of Neurobiology and the Magdeburg branch of the German Center for 
Neurodegenerative Diseases, which interact in the Center for Brain and 
Behavioral Sciences (www.cbbs.eu). Candidates will have a research focus 
in human cognitive or systemic neuroscience using and developing 
advanced computational methods. We are interested in neuroimaging 
analysis methods based on artificial intelligence algorithms or 
computational modelling of neural data on a systemic level. Candidates 
with a proven ability for methods development are particularly welcome 
to apply. We are looking for a personality with outstanding scientific 
achievements and third-party funding. The future job holder is expected 
to engage with and integrate into the neuroscience community in 
Magdeburg, as well as to participate in existing or planned research 
networks, in particular the SFB779 "Neurobiology of motivated 
behaviour". Candidates need to be able to maintain and further develop 
the compute cluster of the institute and the CBBS-Imaging-Platform. 
Teaching requirements include German and English language courses in the 
bachelor and master programs in psychology. Courses cover experimental 
design and analysis, uni-and multivariate statistics and human 
neuroimaging methods. To apply, please consult the official job ad at: 

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