The LIMO_EEG team (https://gforge.dcn.ed.ac.uk/gf/project/limo_eeg/) is looking for a post-doc RA.
Background: In recent years, new ways to investigate EEG recordings have emerged. In particular, Event Related Spectral Perturbations (ERSP) and Inter-Trial phase Coherence (ITC) have become the standard to characterize the time-frequency decompositions of signals from electrodes or components (e.g. from independent component analysis). We have a position available for a post-doctoral researcher to assist in the development of new statistical methods for ERSP and ITC analyses of EEG data. The job will consist in implementing and validating multiple comparison correction techniques, and developing the LIMO_EEG toolbox.
Recent relevant publications include:
The candidate should have a PhD in a relevant discipline, knowledge and experience with statistical analyses and signal processing, advanced skills in Matlab programming, as well as good interpersonal communication and time management skills.
The post holder will work in the Brain Research Imaging Centre (BRIC) at the University of Edinburgh, under the supervision of Dr Cyril Pernet and in close collaboration with Dr Rousselet (University of Glasgow) and Prof Delorme (EEGLAB - University Paul Sabatier and Swartz Centre).
Salary: grade UE07, annual salary of £30,424 to £36,298.
Application: https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/ using the vacancy reference 012125 – running dead line (1st dead line 14 April).