Research Assistants in Computational Modelling

National Taiwan University Institute of Applied Mechanics

Inst. of Applied Mechanics, NTU, Engineering Better Brain Health: Multi-scale Models of the Human Brain, Three Research Assistants in Computational Modelling

Office College of Engineering--Institute of Applied Mechanics

TIME 2022/3/1 下午 03:25:43

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[Job Description] Three full-time (or part-time) research assistants wanted to engage in computational modelling of cerebral blood flow and metabolism. The MOST-funded project will run for the next three years and will develop novel models of the brain’s behaviour over short and long-time scales with a view to understanding better how interventions, such as sleep and exercise, affect the development of brain diseases such as stroke and dementia. There are many opportunities for collaborative research with experimental and clinical research groups. For further information, please contact Professor Stephen Payne.

The duties of the role include:

1. Engaging in original research relating to the computational modelling of cerebral blood flow and metabolism;
2. Writing papers for publication and presenting work at conferences;
3. Assisting in supervising research students as appropriate;
4. Supporting the IT requirements of the research group through the maintenance of both hardware and software;
5. Other routine duties that arise from time to time.

[Job Experiences Required]

1. Experience of performing original research;
2. Experience of publishing original research in journal/conference papers;
3. Experience of programming languages (such as Matlab, C, Fortran, Python).

[Requirements]

1. A high standard of English language skills, both written and oral.
2. At least a master’s degree in a subject related to the work of the group.
3. Previous experience in original research in the area of physiological modelling or a related area.

[Location]

National Taiwan University Institute of Applied Mechanics.

[Working hours] 9:00 to 18:00

[Salary Range] According to National Taiwan University’s chart for the full-time personal assistant, and the University’s other relevant rules. (Bonus can be given according to performance.)

[Quota] Three full-time persons (part-time applications also welcome).

[Contact Method]
1. Contact Person: Professor Stephen Payne (潘斯文)
2. Email: stephenpayne@ntu.edu.tw
3. Phone number: (02) 3366-5682

[P.S.]
1. The title of your email should specify: Application for Research Assistant xxx (Name)
2. Candidates who fit the profile will be notified for interview. No other applications will be accepted once the vacancies are filled.
3. Those who do not fit the requirements will be notified once the vacancies are filled.

[Files to be included in the Application]
1. Application letter in English (up to two pages in length).
2. Resume (including autobiography, list of publications, photo and contact number).
3. Scanned copy of the graduation certification.
4. Scanned copy of certifications of other relevant skills, training, and other experience that would benefit the application.

Publication Date: XXX
Contact Person: Professor Stephen Payne
Contact Number: (02) 3366-5682
Email: stephenpayne@ntu.edu.tw

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