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The Department of Computational Neuroscience is currently not recruiting.
We are happy to discuss potential fellowship applications or postdoctoral projects - please get in touch with a CV, details of your research interests and the names and contact details of three referees.
The Department is an integral part of the IMPRS Mechanisms of Mental Function and Dysfunction at the University of Tübingen. It has also hosted a number of students from the Max Planck School of Cognition.
Potential PhD students interested in these programmes are welcome to get in touch with a CV and details of research interests. However, note that assessment for these programmes is centralized.
If you are a master's student at the University of Tübingen and seek to do a lab rotation in the Department, please send us your complete application containing the following:
(1) CV and (2) a motivation letter stating your research interests, what you are studying, what sort of rotation you would like to complete, when and why you would like to do it in our department.
We also host rotation projects within Max Planck PhD programmes (for instance, the Max Planck School of Cognition or the IMPRS Mechanisms of Mental Function and Dysfunction). If you have a place on one of these programmes and are interested, feel free to get in touch.
Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to take undergraduate interns. PhD students, postdocs and faculty interested in an academic visit should get in touch.
We are committed to diversity and inclusion, and aim to increase the percentage of underrepresented minorities in our field. We therefore explicitly encourage women and candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply. Persons with disabilities and comparable qualifications receive preferential status.
You can find more information about the Max Planck Tübingen Campus’ diversity initiatives and policies here.