mardi 25 septembre 2012

Postdoc position at Queen's

The BioMotionLab at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, seeks to fill a positions for a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to  join a research project investigating sensorimotor control of posture and locomotion in pigeons.

 Successful candidates will bring along a strong academic resume, experience in at least some of the areas listed below, and a keen interest to learn about all of them: single cell electrophysiology, neuroanatomy, physiology of visual and vestibular system, biomechanics, 3D computer graphics, robotics, neuro-computational modelling, optimal control theory. We also expect good writing and presention skills, and experience with computer programming (Matlab and/or C++).

 The BioMotionLab is an interdisciplinary research facility hosted by the Department of Psychology and populated with students from Psychology, Biology, Computing, Neuroscience and Mechanical Engineering. Check out its website at

 Please send your application to Prof. Niko Troje, Queen's University, by e-mail in a single pdf, including a letter outlining your interests and suitability for the position, a detailed CV including a list of publications and received funding, and contact details of 2 referees, to: <