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BBP- Positions in Simulation Neuroscience

EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

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BBP- Positions in Simulation Neuroscience

BBP- Positions in Simulation Neuroscience

A number of positions are immediately available in Simulation Neuroscience in the Blue Brain Project  (http://bluebrain.epfl.ch/ ) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland ( www.epfl.ch ).    


The selected candidates will work on data-driven modeling projects at specific neuroscience scales: subcellular molecular processes, ion channels, synapses, neurons,  and circuits.


Technical positions are available for experts in scientific computing with python.


PhD and Post-doctoral fellowships are available for applicants with a strong track record of accomplishment in neuroscience, computational neuroscience, computer science, physics or related field, and experience in scientific computing with python and/or the NEURON simulation environment.  


We are looking for highly motivated individuals to work as members of a highly multidisciplinary group working at the interface of neuroscience, physics and computer science with good writing and communication skills. We are looking for constructive team players who thrive in collaborative environments.


Selected candidates will join a prestigious project that is pioneering simulation  neuroscience research, composed of a young, dynamic, interdisciplinary, and international team. We offer a state-of-the-art working environment based at the Biotech Campus in Geneva ( http://www.campusbiotech.ch/en/ ) with access to cutting edge simulation, informatic and computing facilties.    

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and a detailed CV in PDF format only, with file name “Surname_position _Cover Letter” and “Surname_positon _CV” electronically to jobs.bbp@epfl.ch Please use the reference of the position title in the “object” field.


BBP - March 7th 2017