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This page lists currently open positions in the field of Computational Neuroscience, mainly within Bernstein members' labs. Please find all details about the individual offers under the corresponding links.

Information about study and training programs, e.g. Master- and PhD-programs, please consult our extensive list of Study & Training Offers.

 

PhD-student positions / Graduate training programs

Aachen: RWTH Aachen, Kampa lab

Berlin: various positions at BCCN Berlin

Berlin: Neumann lab, Charité

Bonn / Florida: International Max Planck Research School for Brain & Behavior

Bonn: University of Bonn, Memmesheimer lab

Chemnitz: TU, AG Hamker (job ad available in German only)

Frankfurt am Main: International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Neural Circuits

Freiburg: various positions at Bernstein Center Freiburg (BCF)

Göttingen: various positions at BCCN Göttingen and BFNT Göttingen

Göttingen: Georg-August Univeristy, Tetzlaff lab

Munich: various positions at BCCN Munich

Stuttgart / Tübingen: International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems

Tübingen: BCCN Tübingen

Tübingen: Interdisciplinary Neuroscience PhD Program

 

Postdoc positions

Berlin: various positions at BCCN Berlin

Freiburg: various positions at Bernstein Center Freiburg (BCF)

Göttingen: various positions at BCCN Göttingen and BFNT Göttingen

Göttingen: Lab of Siegrid Löwel

Göttingen: German Primate Center

Munich: various positions at BCCN Munich

Philadelphia, USA: Lab of Shinjae Chung

Philadelphia, USA: Lab of Franz Weber

Tübingen: BCCN Tübingen

 

Faculty positions

Bochum: W3-Professorship at RUB "Socio-technical system design and artificial intelligence"

Chemnitz: TU, W3-Professur „Prädiktive Verhaltensanalyse“ (m/w/d) (job ad available in German only)

Frankfurt: Max Planck Research Groups at MPI for Brain Research

Other Positions

Berlin: various positions at BCCN Berlin

Philadelphia, USA: Graduate students and undergraduate students in Lab of Shinjae Chung

Philadelphia, USA: research rotations for graduate students in lab of Franz Weber

 

Fellowships

Bochum: International Student Fellowship awarded by the international research training group “Integration and Representation of Sensory Processes” (SFB 874), Ruhr University Bochum

Cambridge, USA: postdoctoral fellowship in theoretical and computational neuroscience, Swartz Program at Harvard University