The position is available for a period of three years. The deadline for applications is September 30, 2018.
** Job Description **
Research and teaching will be within the fields of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Applicants should prove to be capable of developing new knowledge in machine learning targeting robotics applications. More specifically, applicants are expected to have experience in probabilistic learning techniques focusing ideally on online machine learning. Application domains can be in robot control, interactive learning systems, robot vision applications. Applicants with both technical profile and industrial application experience (or track record of industrial collaborations) will be looked upon positively.
Research will be conducted in the Robotics, Vision and Machine Intelligence (RVMI) research group in Copenhagen, in close collaboration with external industry and research partners locally, nationally and internationally. Furthermore, the successful candidate will be supporting the needs of other research groups of the Department in machine learning expertise. Finally, the successful candidate is expected to contribute actively to ongoing research and the development of new research projects.
The teaching activities include teaching courses within the machine learning field and supervising student projects in the M.Sc.Eng. in Autonomous Systems, B.Sc.Eng. programme in Manufacturing and Operations Engineering, as well as in other programmes as needed. Furthermore, teaching also includes supervising students in semester projects with industry collaborations.