WASP is now offering 28 academic doctoral student positions within WASP-AS, the Autonomous Systems and Software part of WASP. For further descriptions of positions and how to apply, follow the links below to the coordinating universities.
A two-stage evaluation is used. In the first step project proposals were evaluated and approved. This is the second stage when all WASP partner universities are hiring applicants for their approved projects. The selected candidates are evaluated and those accepted will receive WASP funding. Individual decisions can be made before the final deadline.
2019-03-15 Call for projects opens
2019-04-22 Call for projects closes
2019-05-23 Decision about accepted projects
2019-11-11 Deadline for finding PhD student candidates
2019-12-04 Final decision about accepted PhD students
Each university handles their own hiring process and therefor – deadline for applications may vary. Please see separate links below.
Below you find all open positions in this call. Note that some are already past their deadline.
- Real-time optimization for autonomous systems
Deadline: 31st of October 2019
- Anomaly Detection and Countermeasures for Edge-clouds
Deadline: 15th of August 2019, possibly extended
- Self-driving microservices
Deadline: 16th of September 2019
- Autonomous Learning of Physical Systems
Deadline: 31st of August
- CTI: Autonomous Bots for Continuous Test Improvement
Closed 5th of July 2019
- 1. Decentralized Tube-based Model Predictive Control for Heterogeneous Multi-agent Systems: an Event-based Approach.
2. Dynamic Allocation of Decision Processes in the Support Infrastructure for Automated Vehicles
Closed 30th of June 2019
- RESCALE: Robots for rEal-world SoCiAL Environments
Deadline: 23th of August 2019
- Representations of AUV Perception for Navigation
Deadline: 22nd of August 2019
- RASL: A Domain-Specific Language approach to Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety of Autonomous Robots
- Declarative Implementation of Explainable and Interactive Program Analysis
- Continuous Software System Testing of Autonomous Systems
Deadline: 30th August 2019
- Highly accurate millimeter-wave positioning in real environments
Deadline: 30th of September 2019
- Software Engineering for AI
Deadline: 31st of August 2019
- 1. COLLABORATIVE AND AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS UNDER UNCERTANTY: FROM MISSION SPECIFICATION TO RUNTIME COLLECTIVE ADAPTATION
2. Model- and Field-Data-Based Safety- and Mission-Assurance of Mobile Robots
Deadline: 18th of August 2019
- SCALE-ML: Principles for Scalable Parallel Architectures for Machine Learning
Deadline: 31st of August 2019
- 5G-Based Traffic Junction Control for Connected Autonomous Vehicles
Deadline: 15th of September 2019
Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP) is Sweden’s largest individual research program, and provides a platform for academic research and education, fostering interaction with Sweden’s leading companies. The program addresses research in artificial intelligence, autonomous systems and software as enabling technologies for development of systems acting in collaboration with humans, adapting to their environment through sensors, information and knowledge, and forming intelligent systems of systems.
WASP strengthens, expands, and renews the national competence through new strategic recruitments, a challenging research program, a national graduate school, and collaboration with industry. The program is conducted in close cooperation between leading Swedish universities with an aim to promote the competence of Sweden as a nation within the area of AI, autonomous systems and software.