l Chair Professor (Tenure)
Applicants must be internationally recognized and have outstanding academic achievements in brain-inspired artificial intelligence or related fields. Applicants must be capable of leading scientists and establishing a world-class research team. The appointed Chair Professors will become leaders or co-leaders of one of the five core research centers and will, with their research teams, carry out work that achieves the mission of their center. The Chair Professors also have the duties of recruiting and managing their teams.
l Research Professor/Senior Research Fellow (Tenured or Tenure-track)
Applicants must have a high-level of academic achievements in the field of brain-inspired artificial intelligence or related fields. Applicants can be scientists or engineers. Applicants should have a wide interdisciplinary vision have the potential to become a Chair Professor. The appointed applicants will carry out work under the direction of a Chair Professor of the ISTBI.
l Young Principle Investigator, Associate Professor, Associate Research Fellow (Tenure-track or Tenured)
Applicants have excellent publications in a related area and be under 36 years of age. Applicants should be well-recognized by the international academic community, and have the potential to apply for a Youth Thousand Talents Program or for an Outstanding Youth Scholar of the NSF of China. The appointed applicants will carry out work either individually or cooperatively in the Chair Professor’s research team.
l Adjunct Professor
Applicants are outstanding scientists from well-known universities, research institutes, and leading companies in related industry. Applicants should have a broad interdisciplinary vision and international peer recognition, and have the strong potential to collaborate with scientists of the ISTBI in scientific research and postgraduate education.
l Postdoctoral Position (Non-tenure track)
Applicants must hold a PhD from a well-known university or research institute with a solid foundation in subjects such as mathematics, statistics, physics, informatics and computer science, neurobiology, materials, biomedical engineering, and robotics. The appointed applicants will work in the area of brain-inspired intelligence and will enter a specific group affiliated to one of the five core research centers, to conduct research work.