The research group works on the analyses of human movement and associated neural correlates in the context of life span, central nervous system diseases und sports. The candidate is particularly involved in the registration and analysis of human movement data (kinematics, modelling etc.). Further topics include human feedback with programming display devices and programming movement animation. The position includes teaching of up to 5 weekly hours.
Education: PhD in Sports or Movement Science, Neuroscience, Computational Neurosciences, Psychology or related fields
Requirements: The position requires programming skills (MatLab et al.) in the acquisition and analysis of behavioural data as well as knowledge in movement and sport science. Further interests should cover cognitive neuroscience, neuro-rehabilitation as well as associated methods.
Salary: According to the German public service research salary (TV-L 13)
Action: Please send a short research statement, a CV with list of publications, certificates and the names of potential referees.
Contact: Prof. Joachim Hermsdoerfer