Computational Perception Group

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PhD positions

The group has openings for students who want to study for a PhD in either the biological aspects of our research programme (see here for application details) or the machine learning and signal processing aspects (see here for application details).

If you want to find out more about the core technical material that is relevant to the Group's reseach, please see the Group's recommended reading list.

Postdoctoral positions

We do not have any specific openings for Postdoctoral Research Fellows presently, but we are happy to help and support exceptional candidates apply for fellowships. Possible sources of personal funding with approximate deadlines (these vary from year-to-year) are below. Each has a variety of eligibility requirements.

Many Cambridge colleges have Junior Research Fellowships (or similar) which can be either stipendiary (pay a salary + perks of a being fellow such as reduced cost of housing and free meals) or non-stipendiary (no salary - just the perks). All fellowships are advertised in the "College Notices" part of the Cambridge Reporter which comes out weekly during term. Each college tends to have its own eligibility rules and deadlines. The Reporter is available online.

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