Lecturer, Biomedical Engineering (Cape Town, South Africa)

Colin Andrew candrew at eng.uct.ac.za
Thu Feb 3 04:10:14 EST 2000


UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN

LECTURER
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

We invite applications for this three-year contract post for appointment
from 1 April 2000.

Responsibilities include:
- setting up and running a state-of-the-art high resolution
electroencephalography (EEG) research laboratory;
- collaborating with basic scientists and clinicians in the fields of
anaesthetics, exercise science, neurosurgery and psychology;
- teaching biomedical signal processing, PC data acquisition and medical
instrumentation to both undergraduate and post-graduate engineering
students;
-  contributing to the research activities of the Faculty of Health
Sciences.

Requirements:
- A PhD with specialisation in biomedical signal processing,
neurophysiology and experience in EEG analysis

Experience and knowledge in the following areas would be highly
desirable:
- multichannel digital EEG recording systems;
- design of EEG experimental paradigms;
- multivariate spectral analysis;
- non-linear analysis, including complexity and chaos;
- Matlab;
- Programming in C++ under Windows and Unix environments;
- Use of EEG analysis tools such as ASA, Curry and EMSE.

The university is committed to redressing inequities in its staff
profile, and therefore would particularly welcome applications from
people who are black, women or who have a disability.

Further details may be obtained from Professor C Vaughan, Faculty of
Health Sciences, UCT;  tel:  27 21 406 6238;  fax: +27 21 448 3291;
e-mail:  kvaughan at anat.uct.ac.za.

Send your CV (including the names, postal/email addresses, telephone/fax
numbers of 3 referees) to:  The Staff Recruitment Office (Ref: 372),
UCT, Rondebosch, 7701 by 29 February 2000.  Tel: (021) 650-2192/3003;
fax: (021) 650-2138; email:  sro at bremner.uct.ac.za.
UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN

LECTURER
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

We invite applications for this three-year contract post for appointment
from 1 April 2000.

Responsibilities include:
- setting up and running a state-of-the-art high resolution
electroencephalography (EEG) research laboratory;
- collaborating with basic scientists and clinicians in the fields of
anaesthetics, exercise science, neurosurgery and psychology;
- teaching biomedical signal processing, PC data acquisition and medical
instrumentation to both undergraduate and post-graduate engineering
students;
-  contributing to the research activities of the Faculty of Health
Sciences.

Requirements:
- A PhD with specialisation in biomedical signal processing,
neurophysiology and experience in EEG analysis

Experience and knowledge in the following areas would be highly
desirable:
- multichannel digital EEG recording systems;
- design of EEG experimental paradigms;
- multivariate spectral analysis;
- non-linear analysis, including complexity and chaos;
- Matlab;
- Programming in C++ under Windows and Unix environments;
- Use of EEG analysis tools such as ASA, Curry and EMSE.

The university is committed to redressing inequities in its staff
profile, and therefore would particularly welcome applications from
people who are black, women or who have a disability.

Further details may be obtained from Professor C Vaughan, Faculty of
Health Sciences, UCT;  tel:  27 21 406 6238;  fax: +27 21 448 3291;
e-mail:  kvaughan at anat.uct.ac.za.

Send your CV (including the names, postal/email addresses, telephone/fax
numbers of 3 referees) to:  The Staff Recruitment Office (Ref: 372),
UCT, Rondebosch, 7701 by 29 February 2000.  Tel: (021) 650-2192/3003;
fax: (021) 650-2138; email:  sro at bremner.uct.ac.za.

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