[visionlist] Postdoc position Experimental Psychology Ghent, Belgium

Dear all,
we are seeking a highly motivated Postdoc for a 3-year position at the
Dept. of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University (Belgium). The successful
candidate will spend at least 70% of his/her time on research in collaboration with members of the Memory, Attention,
Perception, and Cognitive Control group (Nico Boehler, Ruth Krebs, Wim Notebaert, Durk Talsma). The position moreover involves teaching
activities (master and bachelor level) and the supervision of master and PhD
students. The preferred starting date for this position is October 1st
2017, and the application deadline is August 8th 2017. Candidates
are expected to have a PhD in the field of psychology or cognitive neuroscience
at the time of the starting date.

 

Our department hosts several research
groups in the realm of cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience,
creating a dynamic research environment including regular internal talk series
as well as presentations by invited speakers. We have access to two EEG
systems, a research-dedicated 3-tesla MR scanner, as well as eye-tracking
devices, a TMS lab, and an MR-compatible EEG system.

 

Applications including motivation letter,
CV, transcript of required degree, and a publication list should be submitted via
the linked webpage before 08/08/2017 at 23:59 (CEST).

For more details on the position and procedures please consult the official
posting at the Ghent University vacancy webpage:

http://ift.tt/2uyyBK4

http://ift.tt/2tZsvoT

Feel free to contact me (ruthmkrebs@gmail.com) for informal inquiries regarding this posting.
Best,
Ruth

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