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Ph.D. position in binaural psycho-acoustics

The Acoustics Group at the University of Oldenburg is looking for

a PhD student in binaural psycho-acoustics

We are looking for candidates with a master (or equivalent degree) in
Physics, Electrical Engineering or Computer Science with excellent grades
and experience in auditory perception and acoustics, who are interested to
do a three year Ph.D. project in binaural psychoacoustics. Familiarity with
listening test design and auditory modelling is desirable as well as good
writing skills in English. 

The acoustics group offers an attractive environment with research covering
auditory perception, computational auditory scene analysis, new technologies
for sound reproduction, and sound quality research for automobile and
aviation. The University of Oldenburg is known for its wide range of
activities in hearing research and offers an excellent environment for a
Ph.D. project in psycho-acoustics. 

The successful candidate is expected to conduct research in binaural
psycho-acoustics leading to scientific publications in peer-reviewed
journals and participate in the graduate courses offered at the University.
Salary and social benefits will conform to the provisions of the Collective
Agreement for the Lower Saxony Civil Service (TV-L, E13 75%).

Interested candidates should send an application, CV, copy of their
university diplomas, and contact information for 1 or 2 references to:

Prof. Dr. Steven van de Par
Acoustics Group, 
Carl von Ossietzky University
Carl von Ossietzkystraße 9-11
26129 Oldenburg 
Tel.     +49 441 798 3450
Fax.     +49 441 798 3201
email    Steven.van.de.Par@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
website  http://www.akustik.uni-oldenburg.de/

Applications will be considered until September 7th  

The University of Oldenburg is an equal opportunities employer and
explicitly supports applications from female researchers. Handicapped
applicants will be given preference in case of equal qualifications.