job in biophysics/condensed-matter experiment/computation (forwarded)
rabson at MSC.CORNELL.EDU
Fri Dec 17 10:07:59 EST 1993
fyi Kate McCain mccainkw at duvm.ocs.drexel.edu
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>From jglazier at handel.helios.nd.edu Thu Dec 16 09:27:39 1993
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 93 11:26:52 EST
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UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE
NOTRE DAME % INDIANA % 46556
Condensed Matter Physics/Biophysics
Available now. One year with a probable extension for an additional
year. Salary approximately $25,000. Research on the relationship
between neural network computation and neurobiology, including
the analysis of optical imaging data in vertebrate cortex, the study of
branching structure of neurons in amphibians, and the relation
between these structures and computation in neural network
simulations. An interest in working with experimental animals and
experience in amphibian neurobiology are welcome but prior
experience is not required. Experience in computational pattern
analysis and an interest in learning and developing new techniques
helpful. Send c.v. (including a list of publications and copies of
pertinent articles) and three letters of recommendation to: Prof.
James A. Glazier, Department of Physics, University of Notre Dame,
Notre Dame, IN 46556, USA, e-mail: jglazier at handel.helios.nd.edu.
Telephone (219)631-4010. The University of Notre Dame is an
affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Applications from
women and minority candidates are encouraged.
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