The Natural Language Processing Lab  at the Data Mining and Machine Learning Research Group, University of Vienna, invites researchers (who have or will have a PhD degree at the call deadline in September 2023 and fulfill the eligibility criteria) to prepare a joint application for an EU-funded Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship [2,3].
Potential topics can be in current areas of NLP research, e.g.:
– Measuring and improving interpretability, fairness, robustness in large language models
– Privacy-preserving learning with language data
– Using additional knowledge sources for information extraction from text
– Reasoning with knowledge graphs and language
University of Vienna
Potential candidates should have published at top NLP or ML conferences (EMNLP,ACL,NAACL,NeurIPS,ICML,ICLR).
In case of agreement on a Fellowship application, the NLP lab will support the candidate in the preparation, including a fully funded research visit at the University of Vienna (if desired).
About University of Vienna
University of Vienna is a public university located in Vienna, Austria. It was founded by Duke Rudolph IV in 1365