Postdoc position in auditory perception at Johns Hopkins University

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Postdoc position in auditory perception at Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University
Country of Position: 
United States
Contact Name: 
Mounya elhilali
Subject Area: 
Applies to General Signal Processing
Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing
Start Date: 
April 08, 2019
Expiration Date: 
July 31, 2019
Position Description: 

Applicants are sought for a postdoctoral position on a project of auditory perception in complex listening environments. The project employs signal processing and computational models as well as experimental techniques (recordings of brain activity) to explore mechanisms underlying auditory scene analysis and their translation into smart audio technologies. 

Johns Hopkins is an outstanding intellectual environment for medical and engineering research. The laboratory is affiliated with the department of Electrical and computer engineering as well as the Center for Speech & language processing and the center for hearing and balance, two world-renown interdisciplinary research centers. 

Applicants should have a doctoral-level degree in neuroscience, physics, engineering or relevant disciplines. Prior experience in operating EEG equipment and electrophysiological data analysis are desirable. Strong computational skills and high motivation are necessary. 

Applications will be considered until the position is filled. Applications (CV + statement of interest + two references) should be sent to Dr. Mounya Elhilali, email:

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