Assistant professor position in Machine Learning at the Division of Information Coding at Linköping University.


The research includes Machine Learning with particular emphasis on image and video analysis using anomaly detection techniques towards automated criminal activity detection as well as detection of AI-generated media. The focus is on research and development of methods and mathematical tools with the aim of better understanding the theories and processes within applications of machine learning in digital forensics. Suitable research questions within Digital Forensics should match one or more areas 1) image and video anomaly detection and 2) remote sensing. Examples of suitable research topics include, but are not limited to, detection of fake images and videos generated using AI models and automated video and observational surveillance.

This position is hosted at the Information Coding division, together with other researchers of the Digital Forensics group from the Computer Vision division. Therefore, you are also expected to interface with researchers in the Information Coding division working in other areas such as quantum technologies and information-theoretic security, both of which can also benefit from machine learning. As an assistant professor, you are expected to collaborate with other research areas present in the Information Coding division, such as quantum machine learning.

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