The Dynamic Decision Making Laboratory (DDMLab: http://www.cmu.edu/ddmlab/) at Carnegie Mellon University is currently seeking applications for a post-doctoral fellow position starting on September, 2018 for one year with possibility of renewal.
We are looking for enthusiastic Ph.D. recent graduates who have passion for basic science and that want to make an impact in our society. The position is highly interdisciplinary, but we expect that applicants with backgrounds in Computer or Industrial Engineering as well as Behavioral Sciences be the best fit to this position.
The Post-doctoral fellow will support the design of experimental studies involving one or more participants; and will also need to be engaged in the development of computational models of behavior. The position will involve collaborations with Prof. Gonzalez and with many well-recognized researchers in various institutions.Required qualifications:
This is a full time research position with full benefits, for one year with the expectation of renewal for additional years conditional on performance and availability of funds.
To apply: please send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, relevant journal articles, and three letters of reference before May 15, 2018. Please send electronic documents (Word, Pdf) to: email@example.com. A decision will be made by June 15.
The DDMLab is part of the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, a research paradise. CMU is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, one of America’s most livable cities. The city has a strong university presence with over a dozen colleges and campuses and a great cultural scene.
Carnegie Mellon is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. For more information on our Equal Employment/Affirmative Action Policy and our Statement of Assurance, go to: http://www.cmu.edu/policies/documents/SoA.html
We welcome the participation of undergraduate students in our lab. Here you will gain experience in valuable research techniques, such as developing research tools and designing and running laboratory experiments. The lab also welcomes independent projects pursued in the field of decision making (course credits can be arranged).
Our laboratory welcomes graduate students. As part of the laboratory you will have the opportunity to conduct multidisciplinary research with a dynamic team of researchers. You need to apply to a PhD program at CMU. The PhD programs directly related to our research are:
Through combinations of departmental funding, grants, and outside fellowships and scholarships, all students admitted to either program receive full tuition and a living stipend.
If you are interested, please contact Professor Cleotilde Gonzalez for more information about available opportunities. You can contact her via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (412) 268-6242. Thank you for your interest.