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Reminder, Deadline 04 February 2013: Post-doc position in auditory scene analysis with cochlear implants

Dear List,

Since the application deadline is near please accept a reminder of the job ad. We are inviting applications for a post-doctoral research scientist to join our cochlear implant team. The research focus is on auditory scene analysis with cochlear implants and the development of novel sound coding strategies. The position is full time and will start at the earliest convenient date. 

We offer you to join a dynamic, interdisciplinary team, to work with up-to-date technical equipment and to learn about the latest methods in hearing research. Our close interaction with the Bernstein Centre for Computational Neuroscience, Munich (www.bccn-munich.de), extensive cooperation with industry and with local and international scientific partners, like the Chair for Man-Machine-Interaction at the TU München (Prof. Fastl, Prof. Rigoll, Dr. Schuller), the Hearing Research Network Munich (www.hearing.ei.tum.de), and the MRC Institute of Hearing Research in Nottingham (UK), creates an attractive environment with excellent perspectives for personal development. The position features generous funding for conference attendance and the TU München offers a wide array of options for professional development. 

Munich - the city famous for the Oktoberfest, high-end cars and its unique location to the Alps - is a bustling, international and interesting place to live which offers a wide range of opportunities to engage in cultural and leisurely activities - from Opera to skiing.

The position is funded by the BMBF through the Bernstein Centre for Computational Neuroscience, Munich. The employment is according to the state employees salary scheme (TV-L/E13) and is initially for 3 years with the option for extension. Women are explicitly encouraged to apply. Severely handicapped persons will be favored if they are equally qualified. In principle, the position can be also be filled in part time. 

I am looking forward to answering your questions on the phone (Tel.: +49 89 289 28282) or via email. Please send your application (cover letter stating research interests, CV, list of publications) preferably by email no later than 04 February 2013 to:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Seeber
Associated Institute for Audio Information Processing
Technische Universität München 
Arcisstrasse 21
80333 Munich
Email: aip@xxxxxxxxxx

For further information about the post, including qualification requirements, please visit www.aip.ei.tum.de

Kind regards,

Bernhard Seeber

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard U. Seeber
Audio Information Processing
Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Technische Universität München
Arcisstrasse 21
D-80333 Munich, Germany

Office: +49 89 289-28282
Fax: +49 89 289-28535
Mobile: +49 (0)174 928 6338

Visitors: Theresienstrasse 90, room N0133
Web: www.aip.ei.tum.de