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An enthusiastic individual is sought to pursue Ph.D.-thesis studies on
human central auditory system short-term plasticity in the research group
of Cognitive Science and Technology at the Laboratory of Computational
Engineering, HUT, starting in January/February 2004.

The person should have a master's degree and preferably a strong interest
in pursuing an academic career. The multidisciplinary nature of the work
makes individuals with a background in, for instance, applied mathematics
and a strong interest in human cognitive processes and their neural
mechanisms ideal for the position. Persons with a degree in acoustics,
computational engineering, applied mathematics, cognitive science, or
psychology are especially encouraged to apply.

The Laboratory of Computational Engineering, along with its local
collaborators, offers an exciting and stimulating environment. The
experimental methods to be utilized include 3-Tesla functional MRI, 306-
channel magnetoencephalography, high-resolution electroencephalography,
and psychophysics. The research will be carried out in close collaboration
with other members of the multidisciplinary team, putting stress also on
the people skills of the sought individual.

Application for the position should entail an extract from the name
register (nimikirjanote) or Curriculum Vitae and other relevant documents
(e.g. teaching portfolio, description of one's own research profile,
goals, and ambitions) that could influence the selection process.

Please direct your inquiries / send your application to:

Iiro Jaaskelainen, Professor
Laboratory of Computational Engineering
P.O. Box 9203
FIN-02015 HUT, Finland
Email: iiro.jaaskelainen@hut.fi
Детская когнитивная психология и психофизиология, PhD