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Akademische Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

3-year doctoral Position (m/f/d) on Motor Metacognition in Music Learning (100% EU Project assistant contract)

The Hector Research Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology is currently inviting applications for the following position:

 

3-year doctoral Position (m/f/d) on

Motor Metacognition in Music Learning

(100% EU Project assistant contract[1])

We are seeking an excellent doctoral candidate who is motivated to work on an interdisciplinary field of research linking cognitive sciences to education research. Applicants can come from any of the following (or related) fields: educational science, cognitive science, experimental psychology, neuroscience, computational neuroscience. The project will be an extension of work on motor metacognition and awareness, conducted so far in the “Metamotorlab” (metamotorlab.filevich.com). In particular, the project will explore training regimes to improve metacognitive monitoring ability, and its effects on learning of a motor skill (namely playing an instrument). Research methods may include psychophysics, behavioural testing, computational modelling, movement analysis, and EEG. We especially give priority to candidates with solid experience in experimental design, advanced statistical analysis and/or experimental programming.

The position will be affiliated with an international Doctoral Network of 9 research labs located throughout Europe funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (Horizon Europe) of the European Union under grant number 101119647. See https://sites.google.com/view/confidentdecisions/ for more information. The position comes with a fixed-term contract for 3 years. The expected start date is April 2024 but we are highly flexible and committed to accommodating candidates’ individual circumstances.

The successful candidate is expected to combine research on metacognition with education sciences based on their expertise. The successful candidate will work closely together with Dr. Elisa Filevich, within the larger research group of Professors Kou Murayama and Michiko Sakaki, and is expected to design and implement studies together with other researchers at the Hector Research Institute.

 

The PhD candidate will benefit from unique opportunities, including:

  • Close collaboration, mentoring, and professional development from a supervisory team.
  • Work with an inspiring, multidisciplinary, and international team that includes many other talented PhD students.
  • Supportive environment to enable presentations at national and international conferences and publications in highly ranked journals to advance an (international) academic career.
  • Interdisciplinary training in theories and methods for the study of decision confidence. This includes many CODE-network-wide events and other (international) training opportunities.
  • Opportunities for interdisciplinary and international exchange programs (e.g., lab visits).
  • Opportunity to join the LEAD Graduate School & Research Network, to develop a cross-faculty collaborative interdisciplinary research network (www.lead.uni-tuebingen.de).

 

 

Requirements

Graduates (and applicants about to graduate) with a master’s degree in psychology, neuroscience, education sciences, or a related field with excellent grades and a strong interest in research from interdisciplinary perspectives are encouraged to apply. Candidates should have a proven interest in motor control, metacognition, and/or education research. Some experience and interest in quantitative research methodologies (using R, MATLAB, etc.) and experimental programming is required. Experience with Unity or C#, and proficiency in German language are desirable. Candidates must comply with the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions rule for mobility, which holds that they have spent no more than 12 months of the past 3 years in Germany. Additionally, following the MSCA regulations, the successful applicant will do a non-academic secondment: Throughout their doctoral work, they will work in partnership with a Berlin-based choreographer to investigate the role of motor awareness in an applied (artistic) setting, and to gain experience in communicating research methods and findings to specialized lay audiences. Hence, an demonstrable interest in science communication is a plus.

The Hector Research Institute is a nationally and internationally leading research center in education sciences and psychology. Our interdisciplinary team works in a well-equipped building close to the historic old town of Tübingen, Germany. Traditionally, research at the Hector Research Institute investigates determinants of successful teaching and learning processes using large scale assessments, longitudinal studies, and randomized controlled field trials. Our team will collaborate within the institute continuing these traditions and supplement them with a diverse array of methodological approaches. More information can be found at www.hib.uni-tuebingen.de.

For further inquiries about the position, please reach out to Dr. Elisa Filevich (elisa.filevichspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de).

Applications including a cover letter detailing (1) your past project(s) and methodological skills, and (2) a brief outline of a possible research project that could make a unique contribution to the research on metacognition and education, a CV, degree and other certificates with transcripts should be sent via email in one single pdf-file stating “Metacognitive learning” in the subject line to jobsspam prevention@hib.uni-tuebingen.de. The deadline is March 17, 2024.

Disabled candidates will be given preference over other equally qualified applicants. The University of Tübingen is committed to equal opportunities. Therefore, women and other underrepresented groups are explicitly encouraged to apply. Additional financial support for researchers with families is available. Employment will be conducted by the central university administration.

 

 

[1] The monthly salary is calculated according to the published conditions on Doctoral Networks of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) in Germany.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (100%, E 13 TV-L) or Junior Research Group Leader (100%, E 14 TV-L) on Psychology, Education Science, Network Science, and/or Computational Linguistics

The Hector Research Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology at the University of Tübingen is currently inviting applications for the following position:

 

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (100%, E 13 TV-L) or

Junior Research Group Leader (100%, E 14 TV-L) on

Psychology, Education Science, Network Science, and/or Computational Linguistics

for 4 years (+ potential extension) (m/f/d)

 

We are seeking a bright and motivated postdoctoral research fellow or junior research group leader (depending on experience) for a multidisciplinary project on reading, knowledge graphs, and curiosity, combining psychology, education science, network science, and computational linguistics. The fellow is supervised by Prof. Kou Murayama (Motivation Science Lab, https://motivationsciencelab.com/), together with Prof. Detmar Meurers (ICALL Research Group, https://icall-research.de).

 

The position comes with a fixed-term contract for 4 years with the possibility of extension (contingent on funding availability). The expected start date is Summer 2024, but we are highly flexible and committed to accommodating candidates’ individual circumstances. There is the opportunity to participate in the institute's own postdoctoral academy PACE (Tübingen Postdoctoral Academy for Research on Education), which offers further training, coaching, and mentoring at the postdoctoral level.

 

The position is part of the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship held by Professor Kou Murayama at the Hector Research Institute. A Humboldt Professorship is the most highly endowed research prize in Germany and enables world-class scientists to carry out long-term and ground-breaking research at universities and research institutions in Germany (humboldt-professur.de/en). The Hector Research Institute is a nationally and internationally leading research center in education sciences and psychology. Our interdisciplinary team works in a well-equipped building close to the historic old town of Tübingen, Germany (hib.uni-tuebingen.de). You will also be given the opportunity to join the LEAD Graduate School & Research Network (lead.uni-tuebingen.de) to develop a cross-faculty collaborative network of researchers working on research on education.

 

The successful candidate is expected to work on a project aiming to predict people’s moment-by-moment curiosity in reading texts from the semantic representation of a given text in relation to a knowledge graph model of the reader. The successful candidate is expected to contribute to shaping the project focus and develop it together with Profs. Murayama and Meurers. Therefore, the candidate should have high independence and creative thinking. The successful candidate is also expected to engage in some teaching (e.g., one course per semester + thesis supervision) as part of our training program for postdocs.

 

The successful candidate holds an excellent Ph.D. in Psychology, Education Science, Data Science, Computational Linguistics, or a related field (or will have obtained one by the start date of the position) and has a visible academic track record (e.g., publication and third-party funding experience). A visible commitment to research transparency is a good bonus. Most importantly, the successful candidate should specifically demonstrate (1) solid methodological skill sets that are related to the project indicated above, and (2) a strong motivation and open-mindedness with respect to building interdisciplinary links with education sciences. While beneficial, proficiency in German is not necessary for the position.

 

For further inquiries about the position, please reach out to Professor Kou Murayama (k.murayamaspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de).

 

Applications should include a cover letter demonstrating the points described above. They should also include, a CV, contact of two references who can be contacted before the interview, degree and other certificates with transcripts. These documents should be sent via email in one single PDF file with the subject “Postdoc Curiosity” to jobsspam prevention@hib.uni-tuebingen.de by March 15th, 2024. Please also indicate how you heard of this position (this is only for internal purposes --- irrelevant to the selection process). Disabled candidates will be given preference over other equally qualified applicants. The University seeks to raise the number of women in research and teaching and therefore urges qualified women to apply for these positions. Employment will be officially organized by the central university administration.


Nicht-wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

Verwaltungsangestellten (m/w/d) (50 %, E 6 TV-L)

An der Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Fakultät ist am Institut für Politikwissenschaft zum nächstmöglichen Termin die Stelle eines/r

 

Verwaltungsangestellten (m/w/d)

(50 %, E 6 TV-L)

 

befristet bis zum 31. Dezember 2028 zu besetzen.

 

Wir bieten eine interessante und vielseitige Tätigkeit bei der Sie den Lehrstuhl „Politisches System Deutschlands und der EU“ von Prof. Dr. Gabriele Abels und das Institut administrativ unterstützen (u.a. Verwaltung der Lehr- und Forschungsmaterialien und Prüfungsangelegenheiten, Personal- und Mittelverwaltung, Homepagepflege und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit) und an der Schnittstelle zur Fakultätsverwaltung, dem Prüfungsamt und der Zentralen Verwaltung der Universität arbeiten.

 

Ihr Profil:

  • Einschlägige Berufsausbildung im Büromanagement oder äquivalente Berufserfahrung im Sekretariat,
  • Berufserfahrungen in der Verwaltung einer Hochschule/einem Lehrstuhlsekretariat oder vergleichbare Erfahrungen sind von Vorteil,
  • umfangreiche EDV-Kenntnisse, insbesondere sicherer Umgang mit MS-Office Produkten sind erforderlich
  • Erfahrungen im Bereich der Homepagepflege (bevorzugt mit dem Programm typo3) sowie Kenntnisse im Umgang mit dem Programm ALMA für die Studienorganisation sind wünschenswert, alternativ: Bereitschaft sich in neue Programme einzuarbeiten wird vorausgesetzt,
  • sehr gute Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift,
  • Kommunikations- und Teamfähigkeit, Organisationstalent und selbstständiger Arbeitsstil sowie
  • freundliches Auftreten und Teamfähigkeit.

 

Die Bereitschaft, zur Einarbeitung in neue Themen sowie zur Teilnahme an Fortbildungen runden Ihr Profil ab.

 

Wir bieten einen sicheren Arbeitsplatz, ein gutes Arbeitsklima sowie eine hohe Flexibilität bei der Arbeitszeitgestaltung. Was wir Ihnen darüber hinaus bieten: z.B. Strukturiertes Onboarding-Programm der Universität, attraktive Fort- und Weiterbildungsmöglichkeiten, betriebliches Gesundheitsmanagement, betriebliche Altersvorsorge sowie einen Zuschuss zum Deutschlandjobticket.

 

Menschen mit einer Schwerbehinderung werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt eingestellt. Die Universität setzt sich für Chancengleichheit und Diversität ein.

 

Bewerbungen mit den üblichen Unterlagen (Motivationsschreiben, Lebenslauf und Zeugnisse) und der Nennung des Kennwortes „Verwaltung IfP“ sind bis zum 15. März 2024 – in einer pdf-Datei – zu senden an Dr. Kristin Chlosta, Geschäftsführerin Personal der Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Fakultät, bewerbungspam prevention@wiso.uni-tuebingen.de.

 

Für weitere inhaltliche Informationen zu dieser Stelle steht Ihnen Dr. Kristin Chlosta unter der oben genannten Email-Adresse gerne zur Verfügung.

 

Die Einstellung erfolgt durch die Zentrale Verwaltung.


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