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LINGUIST List 16.1492

Tue May 10 2005

Jobs: Cognitive Psychology: Asst Prof, Turkey

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        1.    Bilge Say, Cognitive Psychology: Asst Prof, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Message 1: Cognitive Psychology: Asst Prof, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Date: 10-May-2005
From: Bilge Say <bsayii.metu.edu.tr>
Subject: Cognitive Psychology: Asst Prof, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

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University or Organization: Middle East Technical University
Department: Cognitive Science Program
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science


The Cognitive Science Program at the Informatics Institute of Middle East
Technical University, Ankara, Turkey is accepting applications for academic
positions at the Assistant and Associate Professor levels.

Responsibilities will involve graduate level teaching, advising, and conducting
an active research program that includes publication. By the time of appointment
the applicants need to hold a PhD in Cognitive Science or in a related area,
e.g. Psychology, Computer Science, Linguistics, Neuroscience, or Philosophy,
with a demonstrated interest in Cognitive Science. Successful candidates should
demonstrate a coherent research agenda and a record of relevant publications. A
research/PhD specialization in Cognitive Psychology is particularly sought. As all
instruction is in English, native-level competency in English is also required.
The university's minimum level requirements to be considered for an academic
position can be found at: http://www.po.metu.edu.tr/personel/akadpos/ .

The Cognitive Science Program is a small research-oriented program with
interdisciplinary links to the university's Computer Science, Philosophy, and
Foreign Language Education Departments. Information about the program can be
found at http://cogsci.ii.metu.edu.tr. Middle East Technical University is one
of most successful state universities in Turkey in terms of research and
teaching. It is situated in a campus about 10 km from the city center. Most
incoming faculty will be entitled to low-cost, on-campus housing.

Applications will be processed until the positions are filled. Please send a
letter of interest, a curriculum vitae and the names and contact information of
three references to the address below or email to: Deniz Zeyrek at
dezeyrekmetu.edu.tr. Inquiries about the positions should also be directed to
the same address.

Address for Applications:

Deniz Zeyrek, Head
Cognitive Science Program
Informatics Institute
Middle East Technical University
Ankara 06531

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Deniz Zeyrek
Email: dezeyrekmetu.edu.tr
Website: http://cogsci.ii.metu.edu.tr

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