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Research Position Opening
The ENGINE (European research centre of Network intelliGence for INnovation Enhancement) is looking for the valuable candidates for the research positions.
The major role of the hiring researcher is to strengthen the scientific potential of the Engine Centre (the part of the Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland), by conducting research on particular topics. A secondary objective of the employed researcher is to assist in preparing of scientific grants and projects’ proposals, especially in the European Framework Programmes.
We are looking for valuable candidates in the following areas:
- Computer Network Optimization Researcher
Research topics at this positions will be related to computer network optimization field with a special focus on areas like: content-oriented networks, cloud computing, complex networks, optical networks, distributed systems, smart grids, network survivability.
The researcher should be experienced in optimization methods like ILP modelling, heuristic and metaheuristic algorithms, simulation tools.
To apply or to obtain more information, please contact Krzysztof Walkowiak (Krzysztof.firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Complex Network Analysis and Mining Researcher
The research activities at this position will focus on social network analysis, diffusion processes in networks, data mining for large databases, especially for networked data, analysis of large and multi-modal complex networks, applications of social network analysis, classification of network nodes, link prediction in networks, collaborative intelligence, analysis and modelling of network evolution
The researcher should hold PhD in computer science for at least 2 years and expertise in the fields enumerated below. She or he should have a recognizable scientific record that includes: papers in journals with impact factor, external citations, participation in research grants and international recognition.
To apply or to obtain more information, please contact Przemyslaw Kazienko (email@example.com)
- HCI Postdoc Researcher
The HCI Researcher role is to strengthen the scientific potential of the HCI group by conducting research especially in natural user interfaces, usability studies and user modeling areas. The researcher should be experienced in AR systems implementation, eye tracking techniques application in usability verification and or user interface control. The experience in using EEG would be an important advantage. The main responsibilities include: caring out research in the area of HCI with several types of eye tracking devices and EEG devices, taking part in the laboratory activities connected with cooperation of Engine with the industry and doing research and implementations in the scope of the scientific grants. Position requirements : Ph.D. in the relevant area and significant record of publication in the area of HCI.
To apply or to obtain more information, please contact Janusz Sobecki (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Machine Learning for Complex Structures Researcher
The researcher should be an expert in performing various types of research on prediction, classification for complex structures, in particular in network. It also includes the relational machine learning, collective classification, reasoning for graphs, link prediction, community evolution prediction, sentiment analysis, as well as their applications. Prediction for medical diagnoses in primary and emergency health care is also within the research domain as an additional area. The expert should have Ph.D. for at least 5 years and also significant record of cited publications in the area of machine learning, with impact factor sum at least 10, h-index at least 4. The candidate should also have a record of at least 3 international research projects, preferably within the European Framework Programmes.
To apply or to obtain more information, please contact Tomasz Kajdanowicz (email@example.com) or Przemysław Kazienko (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Competitive work conditions:
- Employment for the duration of up to 12 months in period 04/2015-09/2016.
- The employment can be divided into smaller periods with granularity of a single month.
- The salary will depend on the quality of this record and it is a subject of individual negotiations.
- We offer assignment of PhD students for immediate collaboration and a Post-doc for partial involvement
- ENGINE project covers fees, travel costs and reimbursements of conferences
- Full support provided by three administrative assistants
- Poland is fairly inexpensive country and living costs are rather low
About Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland
Wroclaw University of Technology is one of the best technical universities in Poland – over 32 000 students study here under the guidance of 2 000 academic teachers, at the 12 faculties and the Department of Fundamental Studies, as well as in the 4 regional branches. Recently, it has been announced the best technical university in Poland for the second consecutive time in the oldest Polish ranking of higher education schools carried out by the “Wprost” magazine. Wroclaw University of Technology appears as the capital of Polish computer science. This is because of the European level of teaching and research run by the university employees. Their achievements are recognised not only in Poland but also abroad.
Wroclaw is served by an international airport located about 10 km away to the west of the city centre. Wroclaw is easily reachable through numerous cheap and regular flight connections from 18 European destinations, including Frankfurt, Munich, London, Copenhagen, Paris and Rome. Wroclaw offers suitable and convenient hotel base.
Poland’s climate is temperate with warm (often very hot) summers, crisp, sunny autumns and cold winters. Snow covers the mountainous area in the south of Poland (mid-December to April). Rain falls throughout the year. The most pleasant times to visit Poland are late spring and early summer (mid-May-June) and late summer and early autumn (September and October), when it’s still warm but unlikely to be too hot. (Source: http://www.worldtravelguide.net/poland/weather-climate-geography)