Research Assistant II, Laboratory of Dr. Talmo Pereira
| Salk Institute for Biological Studies
United States, California, La Jolla
10010 North Torrey Pines Road (Show on map)
|February 07, 2024
Research Assistant II position will focus on computational modeling and analysis. A successful candidate will work half of their time on independent projects and the other half on supporting ongoing projects in the lab. The position will be responsible for implementing and troubleshooting pipelines for kinematics estimation from motion capture data, as well as deep reinforcement learning. The overall goal of the research is to develop agent-based models of animal behavior.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The expected pay range for this position is $21.15 to $25.00 per hour.
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/MENTAL ACTIVITIES/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
This position requires constant adjusting focus, grasping, handling, hearing, seeing, standing, analyzing, communicating, reading, reasoning, and working inside.
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