Open positions at NORA partner institutions
Here you can find currently open research positions at NORA partner institutions:
UiT The Arctic University of Norway - 1-2 positions as Associate Professor / Professor in Machine Learning
The Department of Physics and Technology has 1-2 permanent positions as professor/associate professor in Machine Learning.
The position will be part of the UiT Machine Learning Group. The Machine Learning Group is an internationally recognized research group spanning fundamental research in methodology and algorithms based on mathematics and statistics to application-driven research motivated by user needs, societal impact and innovation for the private and public sector – and a combination of these. The research group heads Visual Intelligence Visual Intelligence, a new Centre for Research-driven Innovation (SFI), a long-term research program funded by the Research Council of Norway. For this position we are looking for a candidate who actively carries out research within the profile of the Machine Learning Group and the SFI Visual Intelligence to expand our research profile further, with an ambition of engaging students in stimulating learning activities. The workplace is at UiT in Tromsø. You must be able to start in the position within a reasonable time after receiving the offer.
Deadline: 15th December 2020
There is a vacancy for a permanent associate professor position in information science at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies. The position is within the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with a research focus on the logical foundations of social interaction. Located in the recently opened media cluster, Media City Bergen, the Department will host a new interdisciplinary center for research driven innovation, MediaFutures, in collaboration with industry partners from media and media technology. The research center will open in December 2020.
Deadline: 10th January 2021
At the Department of Information and Media Studies, University of Bergen, there is a vacancy for a doctoral candidate in information science. The appointment is for four years with 25% of the total appointment time is a duty to be performed at the department, typically as a teaching assistant.
The candidate will work in the research front in artificial intelligence, preferably with a project in machine ethics, autonomous systems, explainability, fairness, automated audit of accountability, or ethical impact of automated decision-making processes. The candidates submit a project proposal with their applicationThe candidate will be linked to the research group Logic and Artificial Intelligence https://www.uib.no/en/rg/lii
Deadline: 8th January 2021