Research Associate is required to work on an interdisciplinary project
studying human speech.
project involves noninvasive experiments on human subjects, acoustic
measurements, MRI imaging, signal processing, data
analysis and the construction of mathematical models of articulatory
motion. We seek applicants with experience relevant to one or
these areas. Applicants should have completed the requirements
for a doctoral degree by the start date.
principal duties of the post holder will be:
i) Recruiting and managing subjects, ii) participating in experimental design and construction, iii) data collection, documentation and management, and iv) participating in the data analysis. The post holder will be expected to contribute to scientific publications.
The appointment will be for 26 months, with an anticipated start date of 1 October 2005. It will be on the RS1A salary scale, with salary dependent on skills and experience.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to either Greg Kochanski (firstname.lastname@example.org) or John Coleman (email@example.com). Further particulars concerning this opening, and information about how to apply, may be found on our website, at http://www.phon.ox.ac.uk/0407model/FP.html
Applications must be received no later than 20 July 2005.