Postdoctoral positions in computational neuroscience are available in Xiao-Jing Wang’s lab at NYU Shanghai. Our research aims at understanding dynamical behavior and function of neural circuits, with a focus on cognitive processes such as decision-making and working memory (see http://www.cns.nyu.edu/wanglab/). Currently we are developing large-scale circuit models of the global brain for monkey and mouse, in close collaboration with experimentalists who work on mesoscopic connectome and neurophysiology with behaving animals using modern technologies. In addition, we carry out research on training recurrent neural networks to perform many cognitive tasks, at the interface between brain science and artificial intelligence.
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