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[AUDITORY] Fwd: [CLaME] POST DOC POSITION OPEN - application deadline Feb 5

Hi everyone,

Bringing to your attention a post-doc opportunity at CLaME - NYU!
Details below and link to apply here:


Claire Pelofi, PhD

Research Scientist
Center for Language Music and Emotion 
New York University*Max Planck Institute
clame.nyu.edu | @CLaME_NYU 

 (212) 998 8072

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From: NYU <clame@xxxxxxx>
Subject: [CLaME] POST DOC POSITION OPEN - application deadline Feb 5
Date: January 30, 2023 at 11:26:18 EST
To: info-clame@xxxxxxx

Hi all! Just highlighting our open postdoc position for one year with the potential to extend. 
Further details on the position are below. 

Please forward this to relevant researchers and apply through Interfolio: apply.interfolio.com/119660

Additional inquiries can be sent to clame@xxxxxxx.

Thank you!

About the position

We are seeking a postdoc for a one-year (renewable) project shared between New York University’s Center for Language, Music and Emotion (CLaME) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), with NYU as the main performance site. The project is under the umbrella of CLaME (PI David Poeppel, clame.nyu.edu) and supervised by lead research scientist, Claire Pelofi, in collaboration with Barbara Shinn-Cunningham (CMU).

Start date is for April 1, 2023 or sooner (date may be negotiable). 

The project investigates auditory attention decoding (AAD) in the context of polyphonic music listening. Both behavioral and neural (MEG) data will be acquired. 

We are interested in maintaining the rich diversity in our work teams and encourage applications from all interested candidates. In light of the time-horizon of the project, we need a candidate ready to work legally in the US.

In compliance with NYC’s Pay Transparency Act, the annual base salary range for this position is $58,500 - $60,500. New York University considers factors such as (but not limited to) the specific grant funding and the terms of the research grant when extending an offer.    

The ideal candidate will have a PhD, strong quantitative and signal processing skills, data analytic expertise (Python and Matlab), and enthusiasm for music. Experience with neuroimaging, especially neurophysiology, is preferred. Appropriate background/training includes systems or cognitive neuroscience, engineering, and physics.

Please upload a CV, cover letter, two letters of recommendation with referee contact information, and a one page personal research statement. 

Center for Language, Music and Emotion (CLaME) 
New York University * Max Planck Institute 

For more information, please visit clame.nyu.edu or email us directly at clame@xxxxxxx
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