SCSS Recruiting 2 new Professors in the areas of Statistics and Intelligent Systems/AI2018 June 28
Today SCSS has started the recruitment of two new Professors with a closing date for applications of 12th October 2018.
Professor of Intelligent Systems (2016)
The successful candidate will be an internationally recognized scholar in at least one of the following research areas: artificial intelligence; digital media and content analytics; knowledge and data engineering. These areas include scientific areas such as: Machine Learning; Natural Language Processing; Semantic Modelling; Personalisation; Data Analytics etc. The successful candidate will also have experience in bringing together research across these and areas related to digital content technology.
More information on the requirements for Professor of Intelligent Systems (2016) are available in the PDF of the recruitment brochure available here. For full details visit jobs.tcd.ie and search for positions in the School of Computer Science and Statistics.
Professor of Statistics (1965)
The successful candidate will provide strong academic leadership in research, teaching and supervision in Statistics. The successful candidate will take an active role in further strengthening the on-going research within the area of Statistics and will also fill a critical research gap linking Statistics with Computer Science and Data Science and exploit the synergies that exist therein. Existing avenues of research include complex data modelling, statistical computation, Bayesian methods, stochastic optimisation, decision theory, risk and reliability.
More information on the requirements for Professor of Statistics (1965) are available in the PDF of the recruitment brochure available here. For full details visit jobs.tcd.ie and search for positions in the School of Computer Science and Statistics.
This recruitment is part of Trinity College Dublin's E3 initiative - an ambitious project to expand education and research activities across three of its Schools: Computer Science & Statistics, Engineering, and Natural Sciences.
Posted by: Declan O'Sullivan, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin.