[visionlist] PostDoc position in material perception and prediction

boyaci hboyaci at bilkent.edu.tr
Fri Sep 23 07:46:45 -04 2022

*PostDoc position in material perception and prediction*

One postdoctoral position is available in Giessen, Germany, to work on 
the DFG-funded project 'Integration of prior knowledge and sensory 
information in the perception of material qualities' which is part of 
the collaborative research center 'Cardinal Mechanisms of Perception' 
(www.sfb-perception.de <http://www.sfb-perception.de/>).

The successful candidate will join the teams of Katja Dörschner and 
Hüseyin Boyaci at the Psychology Department of Giessen University. The 
position is available immediately.

We are part of a larger research group on perception and action with 
excellent facilities for studying visual perception and motor control 
and strong links to scientists within Europe and world wide. The group 
offers a stimulating, multi-national and multi-disciplinary research 
environment for young scientists (http://www.allpsych.uni-giessen.de). 
Giessen is a small university town, located just 60 km north of 
Frankfurt, right at the center of Germany.

The position is for a person interested in material perception & 
prediction mechanisms. Methods include psychophysical experiments, 
computational modelling, neuroimaging, eye-tracking & Virtual Reality. 
Candidates with psychophysics-, programming- and fMRI experience are 
especially encouraged to apply.

The PostDoc position is initially for 2 years, with the potential to be 

Inquiries can be sent by email to Katja Dörschner 
(katja.doerschner at psychol.uni-giessen.de 
<mailto:Katja.doerschner at psychol.uni-giessen.de>) and Huseyin Boyaci 
(huseyin.boyaci at psychol.uni-giessen.de). Full applications should 
include a CV, a statement of research interests, and the  names of up to 
3 people who could supply a letter of reference.

Hüseyin & Katja

Links to the groups of Katja & Hüseyin:
www.doerschner.de <http://www.doerschner.de/>

Some relevant papers:
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