At the Department of Computer Science, we have a vacancy for a Ph.D. candidate in Dynamic Graph Analytics.
For many important applications, data is represented as graphs, with dynamic relationships between nodes. Examples include the power grid, financial transaction relationships, social networks, and transportation networks. Interesting research challenges the PhD student might work on in this context include anomaly detection, scalable processing, and real-time processing of dynamic graphs. The work will be performed in cooperation with industry partners in NorwAI . The research outcome is expected to result in high-quality publications in top conferences and journals.