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Microsoft Research Brain-Computer Interfaces team is looking for post-doctoral researchers to participate in creating various end-to-end brain-computer interfaces: passive, for monitoring of the mental state (stress, focus, emotion, etc.) and active (decoding the intent and converting it to a command).
The responsibilities include design of data collection studies, working with subjects for data collection, processing the collected data, formalizing the results into a research paper, design and implementation of end-to-end brain-computer interfaces.
= PhD in computer science or related area.
= Experience with capturing and processing of brain signals: EEG, EMG.
= Experience in creating passive or active Brain-Computer Interfaces.
This role is not to exceed two years.
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