We currently have an opening for a
PhD researcher on the topic of “Visual computing for ERP-based brain activity”
on a 100% TVL-13 position for 3 years.
We highly encourage applications from underrepresented groups, explicitly (but not exclusively) first-generation students, women, immigrants, parents, POC, LGBT*IQ.
The PhD position is closely linked to the Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems (VIS). For the first 1.5 years, you will work in the SFBtr161 “Quantitative Methods for Visual Computing” and be included in their Graduate Training Program. The initial topic stretches from an analysis of current visualization techniques in ERP research, the design, implementation and documentation of new open-source interactive tools for traditional and regression-based ERP analyses, and finally their evaluation in novice and experts.
Due to strict funding rules, the position should start as soon as possible – initial remote work is possible. Application will be evaluated continuously.
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Please do not hesitate to apply even if you do not check all the boxes.
Please submit your application (motivation letter, curriculum vitae, transcript of records, link to code examples (e.g., GitHub)) in one single PDF file and in an additional PDF file your master thesis (if not yet completed, recent report/paper/essay), via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject-line “[SFB-PhD] Lastname”. The position will be filled as soon as possible. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Information on how we handle applicant data in accordance with Article 13 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation can be found at https://www.uni-stuttgart.de/en/privacy-notice/job-application/.
The University of Stuttgart is committed to increasing its female-to-male staff ratio. Female candidates are therefore specifically invited to apply. Where qualifications are equal, persons with a severe disability will be given preference. As an employer, the University seeks to support the development of all its employees and helps them fulfil their individual potential. It advocates a good work/life balance and equal opportunities. The University of Stuttgart is a recognized “family-friendly employer” and a signatory to the Diversity Charter (“Charta der Vielfalt”) created by German organizations to promote diversity in business and society.
Tagged as: Computer Science, Life Sciences
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