Available positions

ERC Advanced Grant Positions: Post-Docs, Ph.D’s, and Engineers

 

CoBCoM has the overall goal to develop new generation of computational models and methods for identifying and characterizing the structural and functional connectivities of the brain, while integrating complementary non invasive brain imaging modalities as diffusion MRI, EEG and MEG. Clinical applications to high-impact diseases are also considered.

Applicants for a Post-Doctoral or an Engineer position must have a Ph.D. in Neuroimaging, Applied Mathematics/Stat, Biomedical Engineering, or related fields or be expected to get one before starting the job, with very good research experience in Neuroimaging analysis (e.g. Diffusion MRI, EEG, MEG) and academic excellence including publications in top journals and international conferences.

Starting date : Open
Duration : At least 2 years for Post-docs and Engineers with possible extension, 3 years for Ph.D’s.
To apply : rachid.deriche@inria.fr or samuel.deslauriers-gauthier@inria.fr
Requirements : Applicants for a Ph.D position must have a MSc or be expected to get one before starting the Ph.D.

The successful candidates will work within the Inria Athena lab ideally located at the heart of the French Riviera, close to Nice, Monaco, Cannes and Antibes (France).

Post-Docs, Ph.D’s and Engineers positions are offered within the framework of the European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant CoBCoM: Computational Brain Connectivity Mapping which started on Sept. 1st 2016 for a duration of 5 years.

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