[visionlist] multiple Ph.D. positions available
nihan.alp at sabanciuniv.edu
Sun Jul 11 02:47:32 -04 2021
*Multiple Ph.D. positions in Istanbul, Turkey*
Starting from the 2021-2022 academic year, two new Ph.D. programs by the
Graduate School of Social Sciences will be accepting students who aim to
get a degree in Experimental Psychology and Social Psychology.
There are multiple Ph.D. positions available in the fields of visual
neuroscience, cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, and social
psychology at the Sabancı University in Istanbul starting in September
2021. The positions offer interdisciplinary work and competitive stipends
for graduate students.
The application deadline for Experimental Psychology (Ph.D.) and Social
Psychology (Ph.D.) is August 2, 2021.
Designing and programming behavioral and EEG experiments
Collecting and analyzing behavioral and EEG data
Writing papers & applying for grants
We are looking for a bright, self-motivated, independent graduate to join
exciting projects. Ph.D. candidates should have at least a Master’s degree
in Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Computer Science, Electrical
Engineering, or related fields. Good programming skills in MATLAB or Python
and experience in neuroscience research will be a plus. Candidates should
have good communication skills. Knowing Turkish is not required.
You can have more information through the following link:
motivation letter should include a summary of your current and past
research experiences. Please also include your TOEFL/IELTS result, if you
already have one, as well as the names of 3 referees.
Istanbul is a vibrant city known for its world-famous food, diverse
culture, history, and nightlife. Sabancı University is located 15-20 min.
away from Sabiha Gökçen airport. All the major European and Eastern cities,
also Turkey’s Mediterranean shore, are easily reachable.
Üniversite Caddesi No:27
34956 Orta Mahalle, Tuzla – İstanbul
*T* 0 216 483 90 00 / 31 84
*F* 0 216 483 92 50
* www.sabanciuniv.edu * <https://www.sabanciuniv.edu/>
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