Fribourg (CH): Post-doctoral position

University: Post-doctoral position on cortical interactions

Post-doctoral position on cortical interactions

100.00% auprès de Department of Psychology at the University of Fribourg


  • The position is funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation in the framework of the project ‘Dynamic Networks of Perception, Cognition and Action’ for an initial period of 1 year, with possible prolongation.
  • The successful candidate will be based at the Department of Psychology, University of Fribourg.

Domaine d'activité

  • You will principally work with laminar LFPs and spiking activity recorded in animal models using state of the art modelling and functional connectivity approaches.


  • The Perceptual Networks Group is looking for a highly motivated and scientifically ambitious candidate with a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering, Computational modelling or related disciplines to investigate dynamic interactions within and between cortical areas during sensory and motor processing.
  • Experience in multivariate signal processing and good quantitative skills will be highly beneficial.
  • Candidates with backgrounds in electrophysiology and neurophysiology, as well as good programming skills (MATLAB, R or Python) are especially encouraged to apply.
  • Good English proficiency and communication skills are considered important.

Exigences linguistiques

autre: English

Date d'entrée en fonction:



Gijs Plomp, Ph.D, Associate professor SNSF
T: +41 26 300 76 34

Date limite de réception des offres: 06.01.2019

Adresse d'envoi:

Candidates should send a CV with publication list, the names of at least two references, and a brief description of relevant experience and research interests to  gijs.plomp(at)

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