[visionlist] Postdoc position in Tuebingen on TMS/ERP projects to understand visual perception/attentional processes

Zhaoping Li li.zhaoping at tuebingen.mpg.de
Tue Jul 20 11:54:33 -04 2021

Two postdoc positions are available  at the Max Planck Institute for 
Biological Cybernetics in Tuebingen, Germany, to work on projects aimed 
towards understanding visual attentional and perceptual processes using 
TMS and/or EEG methodologies. The framework and motivation of the 
projects can be found at 
http://www.lizhaoping.org/zhaoping/AGZL_HumanVisual.html. The projects 
can involve, for example, visual search tasks, stereo vision tasks, 
visual illusions, and will be discussed during the application process. 
TMS and/or EEG methodologies can be used in combination with fMRI/MRI, 
eye tracking, and other related methods as necessary. The postdoc will 
be working closely with the principal investigator and other members of 
Zhaoping's team when needed. Candidates should be skilled in visual 
psychophysics and proficient in programming, previous experience in TMS 
and/or ERP is a plus.  Please send your application by a single pdf 
file, including your CV, a brief statement of research interests, an 
approximate date for availability, and names and contacts for  three 
references to jobs.li at tuebingen.mpg.de. Applications sent before 
September 1st will be preferred, but later applications will be 
considered until the positions are filled. The appointment is for one 
year, renewable for additional years. Enquiry to 
li.zhaoping at tuebingen.mpg.de

Li Zhaoping

Li Zhaoping Ph.D.
Prof. of Cognitive Science, University of Tuebingen
Head of Dept of Sensory and Sensorimotor Systems,
Max Planck Institute of Biological Cybernetics
Author of "Understanding vision: theory, models, and data", Oxford University Press, 2014

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