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Software Engineer/ Lab Manager
We are looking for software engineer to assist in Neurotechnology development. Proficiency in experiment automation using Matlab, Labview, Python, etc. is required. Knowledge of Labview Real Time and FPGA modules is a plus. The ability to work in interdisciplinary teams that combine engineers/applied scientists, neurobiologists and computer scientists is a must.
Funded positions are available for recent PhD in neuroscience, computer science, electrical engineering, bioengineering, physics or other relevant disciplines. For Neuroengineering projects experience in micro-fabrication and clean-room processing is required. For Neurobiology projects experience in electrophysiology in rodents and proficiency in Matlab is required. If you are interested to join our multidisciplinary group, please email your CV and at least three references to Prof. Vlasov.
Graduate Research Assistants
The students in our group possess a diverse research interests in nanotechnology, neurobiology, and computer science. They are coming with diverse background spanning from materials science and chemical engineering to neurobiology and machine learning. Common routes into the lab are through admission for graduate studies at the UIUC programs in ECE, MatSE, BioEng, or Neuroscience. Please indicate your interest in working with Prof. Vlasov when you apply.
Due to the large number of graduate applicants we receive each year, Prof. Vlasov cannot comment on your chances to be admitted. The criteria for evaluating potential GRAs include top grades in relevant courses, strong reference letters, and a great track record in relevant research.
Individuals wishing to join our group should be highly motivated, looking to pursue a professional science-related career, and willing to commit to a minimum of 15 hours of work per week. To be considered for an unpaid undergraduate research assistant position, please email Prof. Vlasov with an up-to-date resume, transcript, and 1-2 paragraphs describing your interest in the lab.