Overview

The Data and Web Science Research Group at the University of Mannheim is
offering a position of a

PhD Student / Researcher in Artificial Intelligence (E13 full position)

The duration of the position is 3 years with an initial probation period
of 6 months. Candidates are
expected to have a master’s degree in Computer Science or a related field
ideally with a focus on Artificial Intelligence.

We offer the opportunity to work in an internationally visible research
group on Artificial Intelligence in the context of
a research project funded by the national science foundation with the
opportunity of performing PhD studies as part of the
position. This includes the possibility to publish own research results and
attend international conferences. More information about the group is
available at http://dws.informatik.uni-mannheim.de/en/research/
artificial-intelligence-prof-stuckenschmidt/.

Company:

University of Mannheim

Qualifications:

We will only consider candidates with very good grades. The position
requires very good programming skills, proficiency of English in reading
and writing and proven knowledge in at least one of the following topics:

– argumentation theory
– graph algorithms / network analysis
– machine learning / data mining
– natural language processing

Educational level:

Master Degree

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About University of Mannheim

University of Mannheim
A Leading University in Germany

The University of Mannheim is one of the leading universities in Germany. This is proven by the fact that the university is awarded the national “Excellence Initiative” status. Numerous rankings, awards and evaluations also attest to the quality of research and teaching at the University of Mannheim.

The university’s trademark is its distinct profile. This is characterized by Mannheim’s renowned economic and social sciences which are closely intertwined with humanities, law, mathematics and computer science. Its schools and research institutes cooperate in numerous international research networks. Institutes and projects like the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES), the Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging (MEA) or collaborative research centres underline the university`s reputation as one of top ten to twenty institutions in economic and social sciences in Europe.

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