Study acoustic communication, collective behavior and swarm intelligence in one of the smallest vertebrates: a miniature singing fish. Join our group of biologists, physicists, neuroscientists and engineers in studying brain circuits underlying vertebrate communication. We are based on the Charité Mitte campus near Hauptbahnhof.
Track animals in the aquarium using computer vision and acoustic triangulation
Analyze behavioral patterns and vocalizations using machine learning / language modelling
Help us understand fish language
These tasks (and other projects in the lab) could also lead to thesis projects.
Self-motivated, independent, organized, science-driven and a team worker
Programming experience in Python and tensorflow
Machine learning / deep learning / computer vision skills
Experience with one or more of the following (or strong motivation to learn): time series modeling, sequence modeling, seq2seq, neural machine translation, language modeling
Candidates must be able to communicate in English
What we offer:
Flexible HiWi contracts for students
Or Minijobs for non-students
How to apply:
Email your CV, transcripts and a brief (≤ 300 words) motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and include "[hiwi-application]" in the email subject. Please mention where you saw this ad and how many hours per month you would like to work (range). If some of your work is accessible online (e.g on github), please include a link.