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NBE Open Positions

Open positions are always announced at https://www.aalto.fi/careers

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Postdoctoral Researcher in Neuroimaging

We are looking for an exceptional, multitalented postdoctoral researcher for the ”High-resolution Magnetoencephalography” project funded by a grant from European Research Council to prof. Lauri Parkkonen. This position is open at the Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, Aalto University School of Science, Finland. The aim of the project is to leverage the benefits of measuring neuromagnetic signals right on the scalp with highly sensitive optically-pumped magnetometers (OPM), establishing a new way of measuring the human brain in action! The project encompasses the entire chain from sensor technology to data analysis and to neuroscientific experimentation. Ideally, the postdoctoral researcher would be able to contribute to all of these stages of the research although the focus should be on OPM physics and technology and on system integration.

Please check here for more detailed info on Aalto University, the Department and Finland.

Please see full advert at: https://www.aalto.fi/node/15651

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Doctoral Candidates in Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience

We are now looking for two (2) highly motivated Doctoral students to work in exciting projects within the field of brain imaging and cognitive neuroscience. Up to two fully-funded doctoral candidate positions are open in the Imaging Language group headed by prof. Riitta Salmelin at the Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical engineering (https://www.aalto.fi/department-of-neuroscience-and-biomedical-engineering/imaging-language). The group has pioneered the use of MEG in studying language processing in the brain, and today employs multiple brain imaging modalities to gain insight into how language function is neurally organized and how the different imaging methods can be best used to probe that organization.

The positions are full time for 4 years, and subject to successful mid-term evaluation after the second year. The topics of the positions include (1) multimodal brain imaging and (2) individual differences in processing language and semantics.

Please see full advert at: https://www.aalto.fi/node/32756