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CAS–ICS postdoctoral position

The Institute of Computer Science (ICS) of the
Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS) invites outstanding and enthusiastic junior researchers, PhD holders, to
apply for a postdoc position funded jointly by CAS and ICS.

Conditions

  • Each position is of 12–24 months duration.
  • Application deadlines: yearly 30. March and 30. August.
  • Starting date: the following 1. July or 1. January.
  • This is a full-time fixed term contract appointment. Part time contract possible if taking care
    of a child.
  • Monthly gross salary: about 36 700 CZK offered by the Czech Academy of Sciences.
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  • Additional bonus offered by the Institute of Computer Sciences:
    Reallocation package for fellow coming from abroad: 10 000 CZK plus 10 000 CZK for
    family (spouse and/or children).
  • No teaching duties
  • Applicants must:
    1. Have obtained a PhD during the last 2 years (prior to the starting date); some exception
      may be granted if time spent on parental leave.
    2. Be fluent in English.
  • The applications are to be sent to ics@cs.cas.cz and should contain:
    1. Curriculum Vitae.
    2. Brief description of applicant’s research interests and of intended research plan during
      the fellowship highlighting possible cooperation inside the institute.
    3. Three letters of recommendation – at most one from the Institute of Computer Science and
      at most one from the applicant’s current affiliation. The referees should send their
      recommendations directly to ics@cs.cas.cz.
    4. A proof of their degree.

For further information and informal enquiries please contact ics@cs.cas.cz.

Michal Chytil
Director

Position in multimodal Neuroimaging data analysis and modelling

Institute of Computer Science, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech republic

We are seeking researchers to complement the team for the project “Functional and structural reorganization of brain networks after stroke: implications for diagnosis and therapy of associated comorbidities“ funded by the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic.

The project is carried out in the Department of Complex Systems and Nonlinear Dynamics at the Institute of Computer Science of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague in collaboration with the Institute of Physiology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Czech Technical University and the Motol University Hospital.

Conditions

  • Fellowship is of minimum 12 months duration (with possible extension up to 42 months to be decided after the first year; subsequent application for tenure-track position in the institute is possible).
  • Application deadlines: June 30, 2017; or open until filled.
  • Starting date: July 1, 2017 or upon agreement.
  • This is a full-time fixed term contract appointment. Part time contract possible if taking care of a child.
  • Monthly gross salary: starting from 30 000 CZK based on qualifications and experience.
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  • Travel funding available in the project budget for conferences and research stays.
  • No teaching duties.
  • Applicants must:
    1. Hold a PhD in mathematics, computer science, neuroscience or a related discipline. (In exceptional circumstances, applications for a doctoral position will be considered).
    2. Be fluent in English.
  • Prior experience with neuroimaging data (electrophysiology, diffusion MRI) is advantageous
  • The applications are to be sent to ics@cs.cas.cz and should contain:
    1. Curriculum Vitae.
    2. Brief description of applicant’s research interests and of intended research plan during
      the fellowship highlighting possible cooperation inside the institute.
    3. Two letters of recommendation – at most one from the Institute of Computer Science and
      at most one from the applicant’s current affiliation. The referees should send their recommendations directly to ics@cs.cas.cz.
    4. A proof of the obtained degree.

Informal inquires can be sent to the principal investigator Jaroslav Hlinka, hlinka@cs.cas.cz.