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Several of the WASP world-leading recruited faculty researchers are now joining forces, offering just over 20 PhD student and Postdoc positions in their research groups.

Be part of a unique and exciting journey where excellent research is combined with exclusive network opportunities in international and industrial settings.

WASP has since the start in 2015 recruited more than 50 top-tier international researchers to Sweden. Many of them are now building up their research groups and more than 20 junior positions are available. This a unique opportunity to be part of their emerging research groups and the WASP community.

Being part of the WASP Community

Being part of the WASP community entails a wide range of activities that support cross-sector networking and exciting career possibilities.

PhD students in the WASP Graduate School are, in addition to the tailored course program, eligible to engage in activities ranging from international study trips to participation in the WASP research arenas where scientific findings are tested in real-world industrial settings.

WASP postdocs are invited to a large community of junior and senior researchers as well as industrial collaborators. WASP offers a great environment to mature in and the chance to participate in an internationally leading program in one of the fastest moving research areas in the world.

About WASP

The vision of WASP is excellent research and competence in artificial intelligence, autonomous systems and software for the benefit of Swedish industry. The total budget of the program is 5.5 billion SEK, mainly from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. WASP aims to graduate 600 PhD students and to recruit 80 top scientist. Read more about WASP.

A joint call for WASP Recruited Faculty

This call consists of more than 20 independent positions within the WASP top-tier recruitment’s research groups. The open positions will be posted continuously at the WASP webpage Open Positions and be placed at our partner universities (Chalmers, KTH, LiU, LU, UmU, UU, ÖrU).

Published: June 2nd, 2022

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