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Research Associate (f/m/d) in Sensory Neuroscience
University of Konstanz
The University of Konstanz has been successful in the German Excellence
Initiative since 2007.
The Zoology and Neuroscience Group at the University of Konstanz studies
olfactory coding, behaviour, learning and memory in insects, notably honeybees,
ants, fruit flies and locusts. We are an international team with strong
interdisciplinary approach, spanning from optophysiology and electrophysiology,
behaviour, all the way to computational neuroscience. The working
language is English.
Research Associate in Sensory
The start date is August 1st, 2019 or by agreement. The initial 3-year
position can be extended for another 3 years after successful evaluation.
In principle, this position can be divided into two half-time positions.
Develop your own research field, preferably aiming to understand the
neuronal basis of olfactory processing and social behaviour, Participate in
collaborative research projects within and outside the department, e.g.
within the IMPRS (Graduate School between University of Konstanz and
Max Planck) and the Excellence Cluster on Collective Behaviour, Contribute
to teaching in Zoology and Neuroscience at all proficiency levels (Bachelor,
Master, Teacher‘s training, Graduate School). German language is not a
prerequisite, most teaching is done in English.
You should hold a Ph.D. and have a background in neurobiology and
behaviour of insects.
Applicants working on one or more of the following subject areas are
particularly welcome: Insect olfaction and olfactory coding, learning and
memory, computational neuroscience, collective behaviour, odour communication
in social insects, action selection in insects.
Strong interpersonal, communication, organizational and influence skills.
Questions can be directed to Prof. Dr. Giovanni Galizia via E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org or to Prof. Dr. Christoph Kleineidam email@example.com. We look forward to receiving your
application with the usual documents until 30th July 2019 via our Online
application portal. Call will remain open until position is filled.