[Face-research-list] Uni of Western Sydney - Post-doc which may include face recognition!

Rachel Robbins dr.r.robbins at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 23:56:41 BST 2011

Hi everyone,

This post-doc is not ONLY on face-recognition but may include face
recognition. Please free free to pass on to any other likely people!


Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Foundational Processes of Behaviour,
School of Psychology, University of Western Sydney

We are seeking an energetic, forward thinking, dynamic, and innovative
post-doctoral researcher to join the Foundational Processes of
Behaviour group within the School of Psychology. The successful
applicant is expected to have an excellent research background in any
of the areas of the group - Visual Perception, Cognition, Associative
Learning or Experimental Social Psychology - and an interest in
working across two or more of these areas. The successful applicant is
also expected to be developing a strong international standing and
research reputation, have an excellent publication record and the
potential to win competitive research income.

The Foundational Processes of Behaviour group is an emerging research
concentration consisting of Drs Michael Tyler, John Cass, Tamara
Watson, Rachel Robbins, Gabrielle Weidemann, Rebecca Pinkus and Phoebe
Bailey. The School of Psychology is located at the Bankstown campus of
the University of Western Sydney and has strong links with the
internationally renowned MARCS Auditory Laboratories.

This is a fixed term appointment for a period of 2 years.

Remuneration Package: Academic Level A Step 3-4 $86,942 to $92,239
p.a.; (comprising Salary $73,467 to $77,943 p.a.; 17% Superannuation,
and Leave Loading).

Position Enquiries: Dr Michael Tyler, (02) 9772 6507; email  m.tyler at uws.edu.au

Closing Date: 5 September 2011

For more information, or to apply, please search for Ref 576/11 on

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