The L3S research centre has a vacancy for a
Science! staff member (m/f/d) - Artificial Intelligence (EntgGr. 14 TV-L, 100 ü/o)
to be filled at the earliest possible date. The position is initially limited for two years, with the possibility of extension. The scope of the position corresponds to 100 °10 of the collectively agreed working hours.
In the context of new research projects of the L3S, methods of artificial intelligence and in particular machine learning will be applied and further developed in the fields of medicine, education and biodiversity, among others, with clinical and genomic data, as well as text and social media data. Your task will be to work independently on relevant research questions and subprojects together with all project partners, to develop open source software and to publish scientific results of your research, as well as project coordination of the
1 projects assigned to them.
The prerequisite for employment is a completed scientific university degree in computer science or from a similar field and in-depth knowledge in the focus areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning. A completed relevant doctorate is expected. You should have the ability and willingness to collaborate with experts from different scientific and technical disciplines. In addition, a very good command of English is required; a good knowledge of German is an advantage.
We offer you the opportunity to work on research projects creatively, independently and on your own responsibility in an inspiring and collegial team. In addition, you will have the opportunity to develop personally and professionally, to publish at international conferences and to exchange ideas with scientists on an international level.
Leibniz Universität sees itself as a family-friendly university and therefore promotes the reconciliation of work and family life. The job is suitable for occupation by part-time staff, provided that this can be fully covered overall.
The university has set itself the goal of particularly promoting the professional equality of women and men. To this end, it strives to reduce this underrepresentation in areas in which one gender is underrepresented. Women are underrepresented in the pay grade of the advertised position. Qualified women are therefore invited to apply. Applications from qualified men are also welcome. Severely disabled persons with the same qualifications will be given preference.
For further information please contact Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Nejdl.
Please send your application with the usual documents by 30.05.2021 in electronic form to
or alternatively by post to:
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University of Hanover
Research Center L3S, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Nejdl
The search will continue until all positions are filled.
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