Postdoctoral Position (SFI) in BioMedical Signal Processing

Postdoctoral Position (SFI) in BioMedical Signal Processing

The Biomedical Signal Processing research group at UCC under the direction of Dr Geraldine Boylan of the Department of Paediatrics & Child Health and Dr Liam Marnane of the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering has a post-doctoral position available.The successful applicant will join an SFI funded research group investigating automated neonatal seizure detection techniques.The successful applicant will play an important overall role within the project, working to develop novel neonatal seizure detection algorithms using multi-modal physiological signals, coordinating activity with other members of the team at UCC and working with outside clinicians and biomedical engineers to develop and evaluate new and improved signal processing systems. In addition, the successful applicant will assist in management activities such as project planning, funding applications and report writing, including conference and journal publications.

The successful candidate should hold a PhD and will have journal publications in the field of biomedical signal processing and ideally be:

  • Familiar with Signal Processing tools and Languages (Matlab, C++, etc)
  • Able to work autonomously, managing and reporting on their assigned projects
  • Happy to provide assistance to other researchers
  • Enjoy working in an interdisciplinary environment

The position is available from October 2006. More information can be obtained from

Dr Geraldine Boylan, Department of Paediatrics & Child Health, University College Cork
email:     or

Dr. Liam Marnane, Dep. of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, University College Cork

Closing date:   Wednesday, 13 September 2006


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