Applications are invited for a position in the Cognitive Neuroimaging lab in NeuroSpin ( for game developers. We are looking for either motivated students looking for an internship as part of their studies or recently graduated developers.

We specialize in neuro scientific research on the reading brain. More recently, we developed the game Kalulu (, as part of a project financed by the minister of education to develop numeric solutions for literacy. Kalulu teaches children how to read, then trains reading improvement through mini-games. It was developed using the Godot platform.

We are looking for a talented Game Developer interested in applying their craft to the development of educational games. Our app is already developed, but we are now forming a team to help polish the game and collaborate with a team or researchers and teachers to improve game ergonomics.

Please send your CV, to Cassandra Potier Watkins ( and Vanna Santoro ( to apply, by November 13th, 2020.