The Pfenning lab at the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University is looking for diverse, creative, and collaborative early-career applicants who demonstrate:
a commitment to promoting diverse ideas, perspectives, and voices in our research community,
a creative, interdisciplinary approach to solving modern problems in neuroscience,
the skills to develop new methods to study brain, behavior, and their relationship,
the promise of seeding or promoting sustainable, collaborative links between NI faculty research programs, and
the potential for proposed research to lead to competitive external funding.
Doctorate degree in Computer Science, Electric Engineering, computational biology, or related fields.
A good track of publication records in related areas.
Excellent analytical and oral/written communication skills.
To apply, submit :
Your proposed research plan (2 pages)
A cover letter describing your career goals, how the proposed work would prepare you for this path, and how past experiences qualify you for the project (1 page)
A diversity, equity, and inclusion statement detailing your commitment to and potential to contribute to a welcoming and open research community (1 page)
A current CV (2 pages)
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Internal Number: 87289
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