To help the HBP to achieve its research and infrastructure objectives, HBP Partner institutions are hiring new staff. The positions advertised below seek to recruit people to contribute to HBP goals. For each position, the employer is the individual HBP Partner institution named in the advertisement, not the HBP. Employment terms and conditions vary between institutions.

 

Scientific Liaison Officer for EBRAINS

As a member of the new EBRAINS Scientific Liaison Unit, you will liaise with the wider neuroscience and AI communities to promote the use of EBRAINS by these communities, and drive targeted EBRAINS development efforts.

Application deadline: 02 May 2021

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Press Relations and Social Media Manager

Work as part of the communications team to align with the PR approach and ensure that it is in-line with the organization communications strategy. Implement the communications strategy of EBRAINS throughout digital tools and social media channels.

Application deadline: 22nd April 2021

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Junior / Senior Programmer

The candidate will join the research group and contribute to the development of interactive visualization tools for the exploration of complex data within a wide diversity of application areas. He/she will work in collaboration with engineers, PhD students and PhDs of the research group and will coordinate with other international groups and end users. This work will make an indirect contribution to Work Package 5.

Application deadline: N/A

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MSc-thesis topic – Exploration and Acceleration of Novel Mathematical Tools for Simulation of SNNs

You will be tasked with doing research (as part your MSc or BSc study) to work on a new parallel solver for the EDEN simulator, an in-house project of the Erasmus MC. EDEN acts as a sandbox project to support and further extend EBRAINS tools, such as the Arbor simulator.

Application deadline: N/A

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MSc-thesis topic – Performance and Algorithmic Optimization of a Novel Simulator for SNNs

You will be tasked with doing research (as part your MSc or BSc study) to work on performance analysis for the EDEN simulator, an in-house project of the Erasmus MC. EDEN acts as a sandbox project to support and further extend EBRAINS tools, such as the Arbor simulator.

Application deadline: N/A

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