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Purdue University ML, reproducibility, and edge systems. Undergrads only. US citizens and permanent residents.
Drexel University I have 2 open Ph.D. positions at the Dept. of Computer Science at Drexel University, USA (Fall'22), with an assistantship including stipend, tuition remission, and health insurance.
If you are interested to work with me at the intersection of SE, ML, NLP, please contact me via email.
Research Intern - Developer Velocity
Microsoft Research Research Internships at Microsoft provide a dynamic environment for research careers with a network of world-class research labs led by globally-recognized scientists and engineers. Our researchers and engineers pursue innovation in a range of scientific and technical disciplines to help solve complex challenges in diverse fields, including computing, healthcare, economics, and the environment.
The Developer Velocity Lab and the Productivity + Intelligence group in Microsoft Research seeks interns with a demonstrated desire to advance the state-of-the-art in AI-assisted software development, developer communities, software analytics, and related topics through curiosity-driven and user-inspired research.
We are actively exploring how to infuse developer activities with AI/ML effectively, seeking to understand their impact on productivity, investigating ways to foster developer communities, and enriching software analytics to provide insights to software project stakeholders. We seek interns with an interest in these areas to help us in these endeavors. Candidates are encouraged to browse our recent publications.
The mission of the Developer Velocity Lab is to discover, improve, and amplify developer work and well-being. We do this through socio-technical investigations in the focus areas of productivity, community and well-being. The group brings together expertise from artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, and software engineering to work together on revolutionizing how AI and people co-collaborate to develop software and enabling real-time AI–driven robust decision-support at scale. We work together with our collaborators in research and product teams on fundamental and applied research.
University of Newcastle Position: Research Associate School of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Project: Intelligent Fault Prediction and Diagnosis for Large-Scale Software Systems Salary and duration: A$60,840 - A$70,840 per year, for 1.5-2 years. Benefits: Standard superannuation and leave will apply.
Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis until the position is filled. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their CV to Prof. Hongyu Zhang at: email@example.com.
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology HKUST Job ID: 6489
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (https://cse.hkust.edu.hk/) at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) invites applications for substantiation-track faculty positions at the ranks of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor for the 2022-2023 academic year. We are looking for outstanding candidates in all areas of computer science and engineering, and female candidates are highly encouraged to apply to contribute to the diversity of the department.
The department has more than 50 faculty members, recruited from major universities and research institutions around the world, and more than 1,700 students (including about 580 postgraduate students). HKUST is ranked as one of the best young universities in the world, and is committed to increasing the gender and ethnic diversity of its faculty and has a range of family-friendly policies in place. The medium of instruction is English. Our priority areas of hiring include:
Artificial intelligence and data science Computer architecture and systems Human-computer interaction Software engineering and programming languages Theoretical foundations of computer science We also expect close research collaboration with faculty and students of the new HKUST (Guangzhou) campus being planned in such strategic research areas as artificial intelligence, data science and analytics, Internet of things, computational media and arts, financial technology, intelligent transportation, robotics and autonomous systems.
All candidates must have a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science or related fields by the time of appointment. Distinguished applicants at the rank of Professor or Associate Professor may be nominated for the Global STEM Professorship Scheme recently launched by the Government of Hong Kong, which offers additional support to aid the awardees to scale new heights in teaching and research activities. More details about the search for the Global STEM Professorship
Postdoctoral Research Associate / Fellow in Resilient Autonomous Systems
University of York The ‘Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Node in Resilience’ project, funded as part of the UK Research and Innovation’s £34 million research programme on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS), offers a fixed term Research Associate / Research Fellow contract (to be appointed based on relevant experience) until 30 April 2024, focused on enabling autonomous systems to model formally and to reason about social, legal, ethical, empathy and cultural (SLEEC) rules and norms in their decisions and actions.
Led by the University of York, this ambitious vision will be delivered through the collaboration of multidisciplinary researchers at Lancaster University, the Open University, the University of Sheffield and the University of Southampton. The fundamental research generated by the project will be validated and adopted in domains ranging from robotic surgery and assistive care to multimodal journey management and emergency response, with the support of more than 30 stakeholders from industry, academia, government and third-party organisations.
The successful candidate will: - make significant theoretical and practical contributions to the development of methods for the modelling, analysis, verification and assurance of the SLEEC rules and norms of autonomous systems in healthcare, social care, transportation and emergency management; - develop formal notations to model the SLEEC concerns of autonomous systems; - devise mathematically based techniques allowing autonomous systems to analyse and evolve these models, and to determine resilience-enhancing actions that are feasible and SLEEC compliant; - develop dynamic assurance patterns and methods enabling autonomous systems to provide human stakeholders with compelling assurance cases that their resilience-related decisions and actions are trustworthy.
Application deadline: 23 November 2021
Further details: https://jobs.york.ac.uk/wd/plsql/wd_portal.show_job?p_web_site_id=3885&p_web_page_id=462707