LINGUIST List 22.3712|
Thu Sep 22 2011
Jobs: Cog Sci: Assistant Professor in Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences
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Subject: Cognitive Science: Assistant Professor in Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MA, USA
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University or Organization: MIT
Department: Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Job Location: Massachusetts, USA
Job Rank: Assistant Professor in Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science
Assistant Professor in Brain and Cognitive Sciences
MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences anticipates making a
tenure track faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor level in
cognitive science and cognitive neuroscience or computational cognition and
We seek to hire a candidate whose research focuses on either 1) any area of
cognitive science and/or human cognitive neuroscience, or 2) computational
cognition or neuroscience - broadly on computational studies of
intelligence. In addition to conducting research, faculty members at MIT
teach undergraduate and graduate courses and supervise graduate and
undergraduate participation in research. Ph.D. must be completed by start
date of employment.
Submit application materials (cover letter, CV, research statement,
statement of teaching interests, publication list, and three reference
letters) online at the application URL below. Please note in cover letter
if application is for cognitive or computational area.
MIT is an affirmative action employer and we encourage applications from
women and underrepresented minorities.
Application Deadline: 02-Dec-2011
Web Address for Applications: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/890
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