Bahiya will present her poster during the 2021 V-VSS Annual Meeting. The poster is scheduled for Sunday, May 23, 2021, 8:00 – 10:00 am EDT.
Bahiya received a university scholarship for an early submission of her master’s thesis and for finishing with an excellent GPA!
Bahiya will present a poster titled “The role of transient attention on the inner-outer asymmetry of crowding” in the upcoming ISCOP, conference, which will take place in February 24th, 2021, between 3-5pm (GMT+2).
We are happy to welcome two new members to our team, Dr. Mikel Jimenez who will conduct his postdoc research in our lab, and Laurina Fazioli, who will conduct her PhD study in collaboration with Dr. Bat-Sheva Hadad. We all wish you good luck in your research!
Adi Shechter has been awarded the Yuval Ne’eman scholarship by the Israeli Ministry of Science & Technology for her Ph.D. thesis. This 3-year scholarship has been given to Adi for her study “Effort and effortlessness in the development of word recognition fluency: An experimental investigation using pupillometry”, under the supervision of Prof. David Share.
Full-time postdoctoral and PhD positions are available in the Visual Cognition Lab of Dr. Amit Yashar at the University of Haifa. The postdoc position will be an initial appointment for one year with the option to renew annually for 3-4 years.
The positions involve conducting research on visual perception, attention and perceptual learning using behavioral psychophysical and computational methods. Applicants must hold a degree in a related field such as psychology, computer science, neuroscience, or vision science. Strong communication skills and a record of research productivity are necessary. The expected start date is spring or fall 2020.
Applicants should send a brief statement of interest, CV, and three references to Amit Yashar email@example.com
We are happy to welcome two new members to our team, Dr. Mikel Jimenez who will conduct his postdoc research , and Laurina Fazioli, who will conduct her PhD study in collaboration with Dr. Bat-Sheva Hadad. We all wish you good luck in your research!