he Ohio State University Cognitive Development lab (directed by D. Vladimir Sloutsky) and Computational Memory lab (directed by Dr. Per Sederberg) are looking for an EEG technical support specialist.

The Ohio State University Cognitive Development lab (directed by D. Vladimir Sloutsky) and Computational Memory lab (directed by Dr. Per Sederberg) are looking for an EEG technical support specialist.  The primary responsibilities will include hardware and software maintenance (for the EEG system and presentation and acquisition computers), programming and running experiments, performing pre- and post-processing, and training students and staff.  The ideal candidate should have bachelor degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Neuroscience, Cognitive Science or related field, experience working with an EEG system, experience with pre- and post-processing (additional analyses experience is a plus), working knowledge of hardware, as well as working knowledge of MatLab (including Psychtoolbox and EEGLAB) and/or Python.  The position is renewable annually on the basis of satisfactory performance and can be extended for five years (further extension is possible depending on availability of funding).  The Ohio State University offers the state the art research environment and competitive salary and benefits and is located in the city of Columbus – a large and vibrant Midwestern city, with an excellent social, cultural, and music scenes. Please send a cover letter stating your experience, resume, and names of three references to Alicia Scimeca, the lab manager of Cognitive Development Lab (scimeca.1@osu.edu). Send inquiries to Professor Vladimir Sloutsky (Sloutsky.1@osu.edu). The review of applications will start on September 10th and will continue until the position is filled. The ideal start date is November-December, 2016.