Postdoc positions for the project Learning Synchronization Patterns in Multivariate Neural Signals for Prediction of Response to Antidepressants

A new project funded by the Czech Science Foundation awarded to Milan Paluš ( in cooperation with scientists from the Czech National Institute of Mental Health and Vienna University, Faculty of Informatics, for the period 2021-2024 is open for applications for positions of postdoctoral researchers. The project is oriented to mathematical and computational methods for detection, and machine learning-based classification of synchronization and causality in nonlinear multivariate time series. Applications in analysis of EEG describing brain states and their changes in mental disorders (depression), prediction of antidepressant efficacy.

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  • The initial contract will be for one year with possible extension during the project duration.
  • The positions are available immediately or upon agreement.
  • Applications will be reviewed until the positions are filled.
  • This is a full-time fixed term contract appointment.
  • Monthly gross salary: 40000 CZK (postdoc). Cost Of Living Comparison
  • Bonuses and travel funding for conferences and research stays depending on performance.
  • No teaching duties.
  • Applicants should:
    1. Hold a PhD (PhD. student/research assistant positions available as well, contact M. Paluš) in computer science, mathematical and physical sciences, bioengineering, neurosciences, and proven experience at least in one of the following:
      • Time series (multivariate, nonlinear) analysis with focus on detecting
      • Synchronization, coupling, causality
      • Complex networks analysis
      • Brain data processing and modelling
      • Machine learning
    2. Have strong data analysis, statistical, mathematical modelling and/or machine learning skills with practical programming experience
    3. Be fluent in English

The applications should be sent to and should contain:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • A proof of the obtained degree.
  • Two letters of recommendation. The referees should send their recommendations directly to

Informal inquires can be sent to the principal investigator: RNDr. Milan Paluš, DrSc.