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LINGUIST List 16.3492

Thu Dec 08 2005

Jobs: Neurolinguistics: Post Doc, Universitaet Konstanz

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        1.    Irene Wolke, Neurolinguistics: Post Doc, Universitaet Konstanz, Germany

Message 1: Neurolinguistics: Post Doc, Universitaet Konstanz, Germany
Date: 08-Dec-2005
From: Irene Wolke <irene.wolkeuni-konstanz.de>
Subject: Neurolinguistics: Post Doc, Universitaet Konstanz, Germany

University or Organization: Universitaet Konstanz
Department: Linguistics
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Neurolinguistics; Phonology\


Applications are invited for one postdoctoral research position (salary scale
BAT IIa) for three years (not renewable) in a research project on
'Neurolinguistic studies on the functional organization of the mental lexicon',
funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation) as
part of the Sonderforschungsbereich 471 'Variation and evolution in the lexicon'.

Project description:
The main focus of the project is to understand how linguistic representations
change over time. We will study language contact situations and use
neurolinguistic methods (EEG, fMRI combined with EEG) to examine the effects of
learning two different linguistic systems. Start¬ing point is the investigation
of segmental and suprasegmental phonological representations.

More information about the SFB 'Variation and evolution in the lexicon' may be
obtained at: http://ling.uni-konstanz.de/pages/proj/sfb471/index.html

Applicants should have an M.A. degree (or equivalent) in linguistics or
psychology or have a medical education. They should have received a PhD in one
of these fields or other disciplines related to studies in human Cognitive
Neuroscience of language. Experiences in EEG, fMRI and other brain imaging
techniques and highly developed skills in scientific writing, the ability to
become acquainted with new methods within short time and good familiarity with
scientific tools like MATLAB programming and statistical analysis are appreciated.

Applicants should send a cover letter, a full CV and one sample publication
or paper to: Carsten Eulitz (carsten.eulitzuni-konstanz.de) at the address below.

Applications will be considered until the available position is filled. The
first contract will begin in January 2006, but applications for a later starting
date will also be considered. The University of Konstanz is an equal opportunity
employer and tries to increase the number of women in research and teaching. The
University encourages disabled persons, who will be given preference if
appropriately qualified, to apply (Contact +49-7531-883725). In principle, this
position can be divided into two half-time positions.

Address for Applications:

Carsten Eulitz
Fachbereich Sprachwissenschaft
Postfach D 181
Universitaet Konstanz
D-78457 Konstanz

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Prof.Dr. Carsten Eulitz
Email: carsten.eulitzuni-konstanz.de
Phone: +49-(0)7531-88-4260
Website: http://ling.uni-konstanz.de/pages/proj/sfb471/index.html

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