Manchester Centre for AI Fundamentals has positions for Postdocs and Research Fellows. DL Sept 30
We have hired a number of new researchers and academics / faculty members, and the next round is on-going.
I am hiring researchers to my team working on probabilistic machine learning. Keywords include: Bayesian inference, reinforcement learning and inverse reinforcement learning, automatic experimental design, multi-agent learning, Bayesian deep learning, amortized inference, human-in-the-loop learning, user modelling, collaborative AI, privacy-preserving learning, likelihood-free inference. Different researchers work on different but related subsets of these. The work is funded by UKRI Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellowship programme, on “Steering AI in Experimental Design and Decision-Making".
The team is based in the new Manchester Centre for AI Fundamentals, which builds on the new ELLIS Unit Manchester and the Alan Turing Institute. In addition to these outstanding AI and Machine Learning collaboration opportunities, we collaborate with excellent teams in other fields, in both academia and industry, which give application opportunities for those interested: personalized medicine, especially for cancer and remote medicine; synthetic biology; digital twins more generally, etc.
Additionally, the university is hiring a Full Professor of Artificial Intelligence in Biology, Medicine and Health ( www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=23227 ) and will soon open one more faculty position in Machine Learnng. We are also continuously open to proposals for excellent PhD student candidates and Research Software Engineers.
Now is the time to join the University of Manchester when it is significantly boosting its activities in Machine Learning!
Deadline: Sept 30, 2022
Research Fellows: www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=21859
PhD Students (funded; both UK and international applicants welcome): www.cs.manchester.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-research/research-projects/description/?projectid=33392
All positions: www.idsai.manchester.ac.uk/research/centre-for-ai-fundamentals/news-and-opportunities/ (new positions will open regularly)
Background about this research program:
Doctoral degree in a relevant field