Assistant Professor position in Computer Science with a specialization in Artificial Intelligence and Data Analysis at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

Subject description

Artificial intelligence and data analysis concerns the use of methods and technology for machine and deep learning for solving complex problems on voluminous multimodal data in various application domains. Such technology includes advanced architectures, such as transformers, graph neural networks, and diffusion models. These are applied to vast quantities of data with different modalities, e.g., text, images, times series, and biological sequences or combinations of them, often resulting in large pretrained models that are used to solve either predictive or generative tasks.


The duties concern developing the research and education at all levels within the subject field at KTH. The duties include supervising PhD students and postdoctoral researchers and establishing internal and external collaborations. The duties also include teaching various subjects within the department of computer science at both the basic and advanced level, including supervision and examination of degree projects. The teaching duties further include administrating and developing courses, giving lectures, supervising and examining students.

The duties further include cooperation with industry and society. In addition, the multidisciplinary character of the subject requires collaboration between different departments and schools at KTH and frequent contacts with researchers from related research areas.


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