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[AUDITORY] Research Scientist Position for up to 6 years ("Akademischer Rat", Post-Doc)
we are inviting applications to fill a key position in our team with an experienced, post-doctoral research scientist. Research will focus on one or more of the following areas: psychoacoustics; models of auditory and neuronal processing in the normal and impaired ear; auditory brain-computer interfaces; signal processing for hearing devices, audio technology, and the synthesis of sound fields; sound quality. The position is full time and will be available from 11 November 2013. Depending on the candidate's qualification we offer the opportunity to build a (junior) research team and help with obtaining external funding. The position is thus suited for a candidate wanting to establish themselves in academia through developing a research portfolio and by gaining experience in teaching. The position is also suited for a post-doctoral candidate intending to do research in our core areas.
We offer you to join a recently founded, dynamic, interdisciplinary team, to work with up-to-date technical equipment and to extend your skills in advanced methods of hearing research. Our close interaction within the Bernstein Centre for Computational Neuroscience Munich (www.bccn-munich.de), the Hearing Research Network Munich (www.imetum.tum.de/hoeren/), and the EuroTech GreenTech Initiative (www.eurotech-universities.org) as well as our extensive cooperation with industry and with local and international scientific partners creates an attractive environment with excellent perspectives for personal 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.
Employment can occur either as a state appointee ("Akademischer Rat, Beamter", step A13) or according to the state employees salary scheme (TV-L/E13) and is limited to a maximum of 6 years. Women are explicitly encouraged to apply. Severely handicapped persons will be favoured if they are equally qualified. In principle, the position could also be filled in part time.
I am looking forward to answering your questions on the phone (+49 89 289 28282, after my return from CIAP on 24 June) or by email. Please send your application (cover letter stating research interests, CV, list of publications) preferably by email no later than 15 August 2013 to:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Seeber
Associated Institute for Audio Information Processing
Technische Universität München
80333 Munich, Germany
For further information about our group and the post, including qualification requirements, please visit www.aip.ei.tum.de
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard U. Seeber
Audio Information Processing
Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Technische Universität München
D-80333 Munich, Germany
Office: +49 89 289-28282
Fax: +49 89 289-28211
Mobile: +49 (0)174 928 6338
Visitors: Theresienstrasse 90, building N5, room N6504