The He Laboratory (https://www.cmu.edu/bme/helab/) in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is seeking highly motivated candidates to fill a postdoctoral research position in the field of EEG-based brain-computer interface (BCI). You will have outstanding opportunities to be trained and collaborate with internationally renowned investigators in BCI and ML at CMU.
We are currently working on integrated multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary research projects aiming at developing novel noninvasive BCI technology that can reliably decode human intention for controlling a virtual or physical object (such as flying a drone or controlling a robotic arm). We are working on motor imagery, overt spatial attention, and VEP paradigms and plan to expand our approaches. Our goal is to further advance BCI technology using noninvasive recordings leveraging the power of AI/ML. You will be able to work in a highly collaborative environment on brain decoding, AI/DL algorithms, and human experimentation. You will be expected to conduct original research and publish high impact publications. You will also have opportunities to mentor talented graduate students carrying out experiments.
Qualifications: PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Neuroscience or a related field. Prior experience in human EEG BCI is highly desirable. Prior experience in EEG signal processing and decoding algorithms is desirable. Prior experience in motor imagery human experimentation or deep learning algorithms for EEG analysis is desirable.
Outstanding candidates with strong publication records in relevant journals and outstanding writing and oral communication skills are encouraged to apply. E-mail pdf CV to Prof. Bin He at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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