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[Neuroscience] Research Fellow in Modelling and Control of Socio-Motor Coordination

Krasi Tsaneva via neur-sci%40net.bio.net (by K.Tsaneva-Atanasova from bristol.ac.uk)
Fri Feb 8 10:36:35 EST 2013


We seek to recruit a Research Fellow to undertake research into =
mathematical modelling and control of human social interactions. You =
will contribute to a joint venture between movement scientists from =
Montpellier 1 University in France, computer science experts from the =
DFKI centre (Germany), mathematicians from the University of Bristol =
(UK), roboticists from the Ecole Polytechnique F=E9d=E9rale de Lausanne =
(CH), as well as clinicians, psychologists and psychiatrists from the =
Academic Hospital of Montpellier (CHRU, FR).
You will have an excellent background in mathematics and/or engineering, =
and should be committed to applying their research to make real =
artificial agents=92 systems interacting with people in challenging =
circumstances. You will possess a relevant PhD and be able to =
demonstrate sufficient knowledge in mathematical modelling, numerical =
bifurcation analysis and feedback control design in order to work within =
the project. You are expected to produce reliable mathematical models; =
feedback control strategies and numerical algorithms that i) allow =
real-time adaptation of the coupled human-artificial agent dynamics =
based on feedback control techniques and ii) integrate all parts of the =
interactive cognitive architecture together.=20

For informal enquires please contact:

Dr KT Tsaneva-Atanasova, Reader in Applied Mathematics

Email: K.Tsaneva-Atanasova from bristol.ac.uk

For further details and to apply please visit:

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Dr Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova
Reader (Associate Professor) in Applied Mathematics
Department of Engineering Mathematics
University of Bristol
Queen's Building
Bristol BS8 1TR, UK

Phone: +44 (0)117 331-5603
Fax:   +44 (0)117 331-5606=


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