Vacancies

Vacancies

 

Postdoc


 

Postdoctoral Research Associate – Federated machine learning in prostate cancer

This position is a fixed term, full time (100%) position for two-and-a-half years starting in August 2021.

The post doc will be part of the MR Cancer Group, which is a multidisciplinary research group working within the field of personalized cancer medicine. For more information about the research group, please visit the following web page: http://www.ntnu.edu/isb/mr-cancer. The position offers challenging and varied tasks in an environment characterized by active, committed and skilled employees.

The post doc will be working in a project on federated machine learning for improving prostate cancer diagnosis. The total duration of the project is 4 years and is funded by the Norwegian Cancer Society. 

Learn more about the position and apply here. Deadline: April 18, 2021.


PhD Positions

PhD Positions


Two PhD Research Fellows in Machine Learning & Signal Processing for Industry 4.0

Two PhD Research Fellows in Machine Learning & Signal Processing for Industry 4.0

The Department of Electronic Systems has a vacancy for 2 PhD Research Fellows in Machine Learning & Signal Processing for Industry 4.0. The successful candidate will be offered a 3-year position (or 4-year with 25% work assignments for the Department). 

One position is linked to the project SIGNIFY and one position is linked to the project DIGITAL TWIN. Both projects are funded by the Research Council of Norway and are in collaboration with SINTEF Energy. Big data, Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) represent key enablers of the digital transformation and the development of digital twins. The main objectives of the projects include the development and the integration of signal processing and machine learning methodologies aiming at sensor validation for digital twins of safety-critical systems.  Use cases for the project SIGNIFY are related to Carbon Capture and Storage, while use cases for the project DIGITAL TWIN are related to Offshore Oil & Gas. 

The research plans of the two positions focus on safety issues and lie within the general area of anomaly detection. The PhD candidates will have the opportunity to be affiliated with the IoT@NTNU and with the Norwegian Open AI lab, and to collaborate with research scientists from international partner institutions. 

Learn more about the positions and apply here. Application deadline: April 24, 2021.