[AUDITORY] Deadline 15.08.2013: Two post-doc / senior researcher positions ("Seeber, Bernhard" )

Subject: [AUDITORY] Deadline 15.08.2013: Two post-doc / senior researcher positions
From:    "Seeber, Bernhard"  <seeber@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Fri, 9 Aug 2013 15:09:30 +0000

Dear List, Here is a brief reminder for two post-doctoral positions available in my la= b: (1) Position for a post-doctoral research scientist available for up to 6 y= ears: This position is internally funded and hence research topics can be freely = agreed within our core research directions (see web/publications). Preferen= ces are for research on cochlear implants (psychoacoustics, modeling, binau= ral hearing, bimodal hearing, single-sided deafness, neural methods) and au= dio processing for hearing devices and sound reproduction. Due to the long-= term funding the position is ideally suited for a candidate aiming to estab= lish themselves in academia by developing a comprehensive research and teac= hing portfolio. The job ad can be found at: http://portal.mytum.de/jobs/wissenschaftler/NewsArticle_20130710_181004 (2) Post-Doc position for 2 years for research on auditory perception in ro= oms and machine learning of room-acoustic information: This collaborative project will study mechanisms of binaural hearing in roo= ms using listening tests and develop methods for extracting and learning ro= om-acoustic information from microphone recordings using techniques of mach= ine learning. The job ad can be found at: http://portal.mytum.de/jobs/wissenschaftler/NewsArticle_20130710_190057 I am happy to answer your questions on the phone or via email. The applicat= ion deadline for both positions is 15 August 2013. Best wishes, Bernhard -- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard U. Seeber Audio Information Processing Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Technische Universit=E4t M=FCnchen Arcisstrasse 21 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 Web: www.aip.ei.tum.de www.bseeber.de

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