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  • 1. april 2018, kl. 23:59

    PhD fellow in Algorithms

    DIKU is offering a PhD scholarship in algorithms. The position is funded by the Danish Sapere Aude Starting Grant "Dynamic and Static Graph Algorithms and Data Structures" focusing on algorithms theory for graph problems such as shortest paths, minimum spanning tree, and max flow, in static graphs as well as in a dynamic setting where graphs change over time, typically by edge/vertex updates. A key goal is to obtain a better understanding of the true time and space complexities of such problems by developing more efficient algorithms and data structures than state-of-the-art. Application deadline 1 April 2018, 23:59 GMT +2.   » Læs mere

  • 8. april 2018, kl. 23:59

    Center- og projektadministrator til Forskningsadministrationen

    Brænder du for at yde kvalificeret støtte til forskere, der har hjemtaget forskningsbevillinger fra offentlige og private danske fonde i et engageret og spændende forskningsmiljø med topforskere? Så er jobbet som center- og projektadministrator i Forskningsadministrationen på Datalogisk Institut måske noget for dig. Ansøgningsfrist den 8. april 2018. » Læs mere

  • 16. april 2018, kl. 23:59

    Up to 3 Postdoc Fellowships in Machine Learning

    DIKU offers up to 3 postdoctoral fellowships in machine learning. Succesful canddiates are expected to split their time between basic research targeting top-tier publication venues and applied research in collaboration with industrial and academic partners. The candidates are expected to have a profound background in machine learning. Publications in top-tier venues such sas ICML, NPS, KDD, and CVPR are a requirement. The deadline for applications is 16 April 2018 23:59 GMT +2.  » Læs mere

  • 1. maj 2018, kl. 23:59

    2 Marie Curie PhD fellows in Computer Science

    DIKU is searching for two Marie Curie PhD fellows interested in pushing the boundaries of rapid biomechanics simulation for personalized clinical design with us. Position 1 seeks to investigate the use of finite element analysis for understanding of pre-arthrosis deformities and related surgeries. Position 2 seeks to investigate real-time physically- based deformable registration techniques to align these 3D geometries to intra-operative images. Application deadline 1 May 2018, 23:59 GMT +2. » Læs mere