Research Associate in Neuroscience / Robotics / Neural Engineering
Imperial College London – Bioengineering
|Salary:||£33,860 to £42,830 per annum|
|Contract Type:||Contract / Temporary|
|Placed on:||17th August 2015|
|Closes:||14th September 2015|
A Research Associate position has become available in the Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College London within the Human Robotics group of Dr Etienne Burdet.
The post holder will contribute to projects in Neuroscience, Robotics and Neural Engineering, carrying out research at the interface of robotics and neuroscience. Some of the group’s current projects are described at: http://www.bg.ic.ac.uk/research/e.burdet
The project title for the research to be undertaken is ‘CoGimon’ and other European projects supported by the Commission of the European Communities.
For this project we are seeking a highly motivated individual, with a PhD (or equivalent) in a topic related to our research and previous research experience in neurophysiological studies, computational modelling to robotic implementations, VR-aided Neuro-rehabilitation and assistive devices.
This post will be based at the South Kensington Campus.
fixed term for 6 months
Our preferred method of application is online via our website. Please click ‘apply’ below or go to http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/employment. (Select “Job Search” then enter the job title or vacancy reference number into “Keywords”). Please complete and upload an application form as directed quoting reference number EN20150284FH. Further information is also available on the job description.
Alternatively, if you are unable to apply online, please email Mica Jones on email@example.com to request an application form.
Closing Date: 14 September 2015 (Midnight BST)
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