We are inviting applications for one full-time PhD research position at the
L3S Research Center, Hannover, Germany. The open PhD position will focus on
information analysis, machine learning and deep learning. The researcher
will work in an DFG funded project, which investigates the role of
and methods for digital forgetting in information management.
The position is available to be filled immediately. Qualified
candidates will start in level TV-L 13 of the German public service
pay-scale (approx. 1,700-2,200 Euro net monthly salary depending on
experience including all German social benefits and health insurance).
The L3S Research Center participates on projects that have a mix of high
quality fundamental research as well as applying foundational results in various
application domains such as mobility, civil security and intelligent production.
See http://www.L3S.de for more information on our projects.
L3S Research Center
Applicants for the PhD position should have a recent Master degree in
computer science, data science, mathematics or a related area. In
particular, experience in machine learning, information retrieval,
data analytics, or artificial intelligence will be an asset.
Applicants are expected to have strong analytic and programming
skills, the ability to work independently as well as in interdisciplinary
teams, and strong interpersonal as well as English language skills.
About L3S Research Center
The L3S is a research center for basic and applied research in the field of Web Science. The L3S researchers develop new, innovative methods and technologies that enable intelligent and seamless access to information on the Web, link individuals and communities in all aspects of the knowledge society – including science and education, and connect the Internet to the real world and its institutions.
The L3S is a research-driven institution that stands out through its significant innovations, and attracts top-class graduate and PhD students and staff members from around the world because of its cutting-edge research culture. For young scientists the L3S is encouraging, innovative, international, supportive and independent.
Questions that deal comprehensively with the challenges of the field of Web Science Research are addressed in a variety of projects. Since its inception in 2001, the L3S has brought together numerous scientists from the areas of information retrieval, databases, semantic web, performanc