PhD student in Energy Engineering with a focus on energy system analysis

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.

The department for Energy Science is looking for you who want to do a PhD in the field of energy technology. Your research will be focused on modeling the transformation of the industry from a national energy system perspective. Of special focus is to analyze the use of and competition for biogenic goods and biogenic CO2, with the aim of creating better conditions for a transition to a more sustainable society based on the systems analysis.

Energy Engineering is in the Department of Engineering Science and Mathematics, which is a subject-wise broad department with many successful research groups and recognized educational programs. In Energy Engineering, we have a close collaboration with industries and governmental organization in both research projects and student projects. The research is of high international standard, and we collaborate with researchers all around the world. In the field of energy system analysis, the research is directed towards the transition to a sustainable society, which includes studies related to new technologies, process integration and policy measures, as well as overall energy system assessment at local, national, and supranational level. We collaborate interdisciplinary with several social science subjects.

Subject description
Energy Engineering concerns the development of technologies and processes to build a sustainable energy supply. The research focuses on bioenergy technologies and energy-efficiency in industry and society.

Project description
We are now looking for a PhD student to strengthen our competence in system analysis and TIMES modeling with the aim of strengthening the knowledge and understanding of complex relationships within the energy system with a focus on the use of and competition for biogenic goods and biogenic CO2 (both as inputs, carbon storage and for energy purposes).

Duties
A doctoral position means being part of a research group where you in collaboration with others carry out scientific work as well as teaching. The work includes for example:

  • Collect and analyze relevant data and information
  • Develop and use TIMES-based models
  • Develop methods to manage circularity in TIMES-based models
  • Write scientific articles both individually and together with others in the research group
  • Scientific research presentation (nationally and internationally)
  • Participating in seminar activities within the research group.

Institutional employment includes for example being a course assistant in two undergraduate courses, Sustainable energy systems and Environmental system analysis, as well as supervising master student projects within the master program in Sustainable energy technology.

Qualifications
You are qualified to apply for this position if you have an MSc or equivalent degree in Environment and Energy, Physical Resource Theory, or similar areas. Advanced knowledge of written and spoken English is required. As the project includes researchers from different disciplines, you should be able to demonstrate the ability to work in an interdisciplinary environment.

Below are considered important merits:

  1. Demonstrated understanding of energy systems at national level
  2. Demonstrated experience with optimization models
  3. Advanced knowledge and skills in energy technology
  4. Ability to formulate and handle scientific problems

Additional merits for this position:

  1. Demonstrated experience of scenario analysis to achieve various climate goals
  2. Demonstrated experience in developing energy system optimization models such as TIMES based models
  3. Demonstrated experience in modeling potential industry transition
  4. Demonstrated experience in modeling energy and material flows in techno-economic energy system models with a focus on conversion of existing systems
  5. Knowledge of circular coal flows
  6. Knowledge of sustainable energy transition
  7. Advanced knowledge and skills in environmental engineering
  8. Knowledge of written and spoken Swedish (when a lot of sources are in Swedish)

 Information
Employment as a PhD student is limited to 4 years, teaching and other department duties may be added with max 20%. Placement: Luleå. Starting: by agreement.

For further information, please contact: Anna Krook Riekkola, anna.krook-riekkola@ltu.se or Marcus Öhman, marcus.ohman@ltu.se

Union representatives:
SACO-S Kjell Johansson (+46)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se and OFR-S Lars Frisk, (+46)920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include a CV, Personal letter and copies of verified diplomas from high school and universities. Your application, including diplomas, must be written in English or Swedish. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Reference number: 4506-2022
Closing date for applications: March 26, 2023

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PhD student in Construction Management and Building Technology with a focus on circular business models for sustainable construction projects

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.


We at the research subject Construction Management and Building Technology now like to strengthen our group with a PhD student focusing on circular business models for sustainable construction projects. Our research group belongs to the division of Industrialized and Sustainable Construction that conducts research and education within the construction process - from early planning and design through construction to management. Our core competencies are in management and automation of the construction process as well as in industrialized construction and production systems. Our division is a major player in Sweden in its core area and has around 30 employees, of which 10 are PhD students. The research is applied and based on current practical issues identified in close collaboration with stakeholders in the construction sector.

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
Construction Management and Building Technology comprises of technical solutions, tools, methods and organizing for the planning, information management and control of sustainable and integrated industrialized construction and business processes.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The doctoral project is carried out within Creaternity, which is one of Luleå University of Technology's future areas that focuses on circularity and the transition towards a sustainable industry. Read more here: Creaternity. The project will be carried out in close collaboration with actors in the construction industry (e.g. NCC), that have important roles in enabling construction projects that contribute to the sustainable development of the construction sector. You will also collaborate with other closely related research projects both within Luleå University of Technology and at other universities.

The research project is aimed at increasing knowledge about what demands the client's modern business models place on the suppliers and their business models in order to achieve sustainable construction projects. The project aims to, through case studies, firstly map what opportunities the supplier currently has to work with sustainability and circularity, and secondly work on developing future supplier offers (business models) that include circularity and innovation. The development of new business models will include activities that promote an iterative way of working such as focus groups and structured interviews. The collaboration between industry and researchers will therefore be extra important during this stage because the developed business models need to be implementable and fit into the supplier's business.

WORK DUTIES
As a PhD student, you work with a doctoral degree as the final goal after the equivalent of four years of full-time research studies. The research education includes training in scientific work as well as conducting PhD education courses within relevant research areas. The employment also include departmental duties in terms of teaching and other administrative work to a maximum extent of 20% of full time. The work as a PhD student means great opportunities to define and plan your daily tasks yourself.

QUALIFICATIONS
In order to be eligible as a PhD student you need a master's degree in engineering in a relevant field, i.e., Civil Engineering, Industrial and Management or Architectural Engineering. As the research work is very communicative, we require that you have very good ability to express yourself verbally and in writing in English. Qualifying criteria for the position are the ability to work independently and to formulate and tackle scientific problems.

Meriting criteria are:
- knowledge in project management and/or innovation management
- knowledge and skills within the construction process (design, production and/or management of buildings) and construction procurement
- knowledge and skills in business models, business strategies
- good knowledge of Swedish, verbally as well as in writing

For further information on specific doctoral education see: Study plans for postgraduate education within the Faculty of Technology

INFORMATION
Employment as a doctoral student is time-limited to 4 years, teaching and other departmental duties may add up to a maximum of 20%. The employment is extended if and to the extent that teaching and departmental duties have been completed.

As a PhD student, you receive a monthly salary according to a union-negotiated salary scale with a current starting salary of SEK 32 800. The PhD salary scale is revised annually in connection with the general salary revision. In addition to the annual revision, there is also a salary increase in connection with an approved licentiate degree/midterm seminar, which currently stands at an extra SEK 5 400.

Location of employment is Luleå. The work involves travel and short stays in another location.

For further information, please contact senior lecturer and head of division, Johan Larsson, +46 920 49 22 63, johan.p.larsson@ltu.se

Union representatives: SACO-S Kjell Johansson +46 920 49 15 29, kjell.johansson@ltu.se or OFR- Lars Frisk, +46 920 49 17 92, lars.frisk@ltu.se

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

APPLICATION
Apply for the position via the application button below, where you attach a personal letter as well as a CV/résumé and degree certificate. Please mark your application with the reference number below. The application and degree certificate must be written in Swedish or English.

Reference number: 87-2023
Application deadline: March 31, 2022

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Postdoctoral position in Product Innovation

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.

Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.

In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.

We are looking for you who have great ambitions in research as well as in teaching and learning, for a postdoctoral position within our research subject, Product Innovation.

The research subject Product Innovation focuses on various aspects of innovation in the product development process, from early phases of innovation to production and lifecycle commitments, and research results are translated into methods, tools, prototypes and demonstrators for industrial as well as academic settings.

The two-year position will provide good opportunities to acquire further qualifications, above all scientifically but also educationally, within one of our research subjects.

Since the call for applications is open, we ask you to describe your research profile and explain how the profile supplements our research subject and our research questions.

The position may include pedagogical development, leadership development, communication training and training in how to apply for external funding is included. There are also opportunities to apply for funding for specific laboratory equipment.

Subject description
Product Innovation comprises theories and methods for needs- and knowledge-driven development processes where products and services are linked.

Duties
The duties of a postdoctoral fellow primarily comprise research. Teaching and pedagogical development work may be included in the duties, up to a maximum of 20% of the working hours. You will participate in and actively contribute to collaboration with both national and international collaborative partners as well as with research groups within and outside Luleå University of Technology. You will also have the opportunity to participate in applying for external funds.

Qualifications
To be qualified for the position, you must hold a doctorate or an equivalent foreign degree within the relevant research domain. A doctoral degree awarded no more than three years before the application deadline provides a useful qualification. Candidates who have been awarded a doctoral degree at an earlier date may also be considered if there are special reasons, for example, different types of statutory leave of absence.

Record of collaboration with the society of which Luleå University of Technology is part, as well as national and international experience and mobility are highly rated. You should have gained recognition and assumed a leading role among the junior researchers within your domain. You should also be able to demonstrate proven experience of high-quality research. Good verbal and written communication skills in English are required.

Information
Temporary fulltime employment of two years with possibility of extension for up to a maximum of three years. Placement in Luleå.

For further information, please contact the Head of Subject Professor/Chair Product Innovation Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck, +46 (0)920-49 3262, anna.ohrwall.ronnback@ltu.se or Head of Division Jörgen Normark, +46 (0)920-49 1480, jorgen.normark@ltu.se.

Union representatives: The Swedish Confederation of Professional Associations (SACO-S) Kjell Johansson, kjell.johansson@ltu.se, or Public Employees’ Negotiation Council (OFR-S) Lars Frisk, Lars.Frisk@ltu.se.

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
Please apply for the position by clicking on the application button below. The application must include a cover letter and a description of your research profile explaining how the research profile supplements our research subjects and our research questions. Moreover, we ask you to submit your CV including referees, a list of research publications and university degree certificate(s). Please mark your application with the reference number below. The application and university degree certificate(s) should be in Swedish or English.

Last day to apply: March 31, 2023
Reference number: 742-2023

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PhD Student in Planetary Science

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.


At Kiruna Space Campus, Luleå University of Technology provides space-related research and education, the Swedish Institute of Space Physics (IRF) focuses on space plasma research and instrument development, and EISCAT Scientific Association carries out the radar observations of the upper atmosphere and ionosphere.

The Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Technology at Luleå University of Technology is seeking a doctoral researcher to contribute to our growing activities in Planetary and Space Science at our Division of Space Technology on Kiruna Campus. The division offers a number of Master’s Degree programs in Space Science and Technology and conducts research in the areas of planetary and atmospheric science as well as space systems and technology. Researchers in Planetary Science have been and are involved in several international space missions. The research infrastructure includes state-of-the-art experimental facilities for experimental planetary science.

Subject description
In atmospheric sciences we investigate the interactions of Earth and other planetary bodies with their environment. Our research topics include mass and energy fluxes within planets and their atmospheres, as well as snow, ice and dirt in terrestrial and space environments.

We develop instruments for use on the ground, on balloons and on spacecraft and analyse data from Earth-observing satellites and deep space probes.

Project description
You will be welcomed into an expanding group of researchers in Luleå University of Technology’s Division of Space Technology, whose focus is on investigating physical properties and processes of solar system bodies using the laboratory experiments and spacecraft measurements.

The SNSA-funded PhD position derives from the involvement of Luleå University of Technology researchers in an upcoming Japanese/European space mission to study the Martian moon Phobos. The project aims to investigate the photometric properties of the surface of Phobos in support of this mission. Comparing remote sensing observations of Phobos with the results of photometric experiments involving regolith analogues will provide insight into the physical properties of the regolith. The knowledge of such properties is vital for the mission success of the Japanese MMX orbiter and its European rover at Phobos.

Duties
As a PhD student you are expected to perform both experimental and theoretical work within your research studies as well as communicate your results at national and international conferences and in scientific journals. Most of your working time will be devoted to your own research project. Extended working visits to science institutes in Germany and Switzerland are foreseen.

In collaboration with your supervisors, you will engage in the following research activities:
- analysis of remote sensing data and comparison with experimental results;
- performing laboratory experiments involving light scattering;
- analytical modelling of experimental results;
- dissemination of results at international conferences and in scientific publications.

In addition to learning and improving your skills while performing these tasks, you will conduct literature reviews and attend courses as part of your graduate education. Optionally, you may engage in teaching and other departmental duties, limited to a maximum of one year of the total period not exceeding five years.

Qualifications
We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate who can work independently. You must have a Master’s degree or equivalent in (geo)physics, astronomy, space science, or a related subject. Good analytical skills with an affinity for experiments are desired. Ideally, you are an effective communicator and fluent in English. We are aiming for a healthy gender balance in our subject and particularly welcome female applicants.

For further information about a specific subject see General curricula for the Board of the faculty of science and technology.

Further information
Employment as a PhD student is limited to 4 years, teaching and other department duties may be added with max 20%. Placement: Kiruna.

For further information about the position, please contact Dr. Stefan Schröder, +46 980 67585, stefanus.schroder@ltu.se or Head of division Dr. Victoria Barabash, +46 980 67532, victoria.barabash@ltu.se.

Union representatives: SACO-S Kjell Johansson (+46)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se and OFR-S Lars Frisk, (+46)920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer electronic applications which can be created by clicking on the apply button below. The application must be in English or Swedish and should include a CV, personal letter, verified copies of relevant diplomas from high school and universities, and contact information of two potential referees. Your application, including diplomas, must be written in English or Swedish. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Closing date for applications: 31 March 2023
Reference number: 592-2023

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Two Post Docs in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.


The Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (RAI) (www.ltu.se/robotics) subject at the department of Computer Science and Electrical and Space Engineering at Luleå University of Technology, is now looking for two Post Docs contributing to our growing activities. The RAI team is conducting fundamental research in all the aspects of robotics with a specific focus on Aerial and Space robotics.

The vision of RAI is aiming in closing the gap from theory to real life, while the team has a strong expertise in field robotics. Specific application areas of focus are robotics for mines, construction sites, aerial inspection of aging infrastructure, multi-robotic search and rescue, multi sensorial fusion and multirobot coordination, including multirobot perception, decentralization and mission execution.

The RAI team has a strong European participation in multiple R&D&I projects, while RAI was also participating in the DARPA SUB-T challenge with the CoSTAR Team lead by NASA/JPL (https://costar.jpl.nasa.gov/).

Subject description
Robotics and artificial intelligence aim to develop novel robotic systems that are characterized by advanced autonomy for improving the ability of robots to interact with the surrounding environment and humans during the execution of specific tasks.

Project description
You will be working in the field of aerial robotics and the activities will be linked with National, European and Worldwide R&D Projects.

Characteristic research topics will focus on, but not be limited to, the following areas, where a proof of previous work with experimentally verified results is a necessary:

1. Multi-sensorial State estimation and mapping
a. Multi modal perception for state estimation
b. Segmentation of point clouds for schematics
c. Learning-based multi-agent perception and mapping in static and dynamic environments
d. Hight resolution multi-modal mapping architectures for dense structure modeling
e. Cluttered environments perception and control

2. 3D Navigation in complex environments
a. Terrain-based navigation
b. Risk aware path planning
c. Multi-modal platform orchestration
d. Learning-based robot behaviors' for navigation and interaction
e. Data-driven coverage path planning for large-scale dense reconstruction

Duties
The duties of a postdoctor primarily comprise research. Teaching and pedagogical development work may be included in the duties, up to a maximum of 20% of the working hours. You will perform research with substantial experimental components that should be published in peer-reviewed international journals and at major conferences. The position will include supervision of PhD and MSc students, teaching and supporting in acquiring funds for future research projects from research funding agencies/councils, EU framework program or industry.

Qualifications
In order to be eligible for employment as post doctor you must have a PhD or a foreign degree equivalent to a PhD in Automatic control or related subject. A doctoral degree awarded no more than three years before the application deadline provides a useful qualification. Candidates who have been awarded a doctoral degree at an earlier date may also be considered if there are special grounds, for example, different types of statutory leave of absence.

The research tasks require a solid mathematical background with proven advanced experimental capabilities and excellent programming skills (e.g. C++, ROS, Matlab, etc.). You should have a strong vision to evaluate and demonstrate the research findings in real life operating conditions, in an approach to close the gap between pure theory and experimental verifications. You will need to represent the group in different contexts, both in Sweden and abroad and hence have excellent skills in English.

Further information
The employment is limited to 2 years with possibility to be extended 1 year.

For further information please contact Chaired Professor George Nikolakopoulos +46 920 491298, geonik@ltu.se

Union representatives:  SACO-S Kjell Johansson kjell.johansson@ltu.se +46 (0)920-491529, OFR-S Lars Frisk, Lars.Frisk@ltu.se +46 (0)920-491792

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include a detailed CV with a full description of all the scientific merits and publications of the candidate, motivation letter, a research plan with a description of the research topics, list of successful grant applications, list of 2 persons that could provide recommendation for the candidate and copies of verified and translated diplomas from high school and universities. Pleas write your application in English as we have English speakers in the recruitment group. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Closing date for application:  March 31, 2023
Reference number: 5087-2022

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Postdoc position in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.


The Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (RAI) subject at the department of Computer Science and Electrical and Space Engineering at Luleå University of Technology, is now looking for a Post Doc contributing to our growing activities. The RAI team is conducting fundamental research in all the aspects of robotics with a specific focus on Aerial and Space robotics.

The vision of RAI is aiming in closing the gap from theory to real life, while the team has a strong expertise in field robotics. Specific application areas of focus are robotics for mines, construction sites, aerial inspection of aging infrastructure, multi-robotic search and rescue, multi sensorial fusion and multirobot coordination, including multirobot perception, decentralization and mission execution.

The RAI team has a strong European participation in multiple R&D&I projects, while RAI was also participating in the DARPA SUB-T challenge with the CoSTAR Team lead by NASA/JPL.

Subject description
Robotics and artificial intelligence aim to develop novel robotic systems that are characterised by advanced autonomy for improving the ability of robots to interact with the surrounding environment and humans during the execution of specific tasks.

Project description
As a Post-Doc, you will be working in the field of robotics and the activities will be linked with National, European and Worldwide R&D Projects.

Characteristic research topics will focus on, but not be limited to, the following areas, where a proof of previous work with experimentally verified results is a necessary:
3D Navigation in complex environments
1. Risk and dynamics aware large scale path planning
2. Traversability-informed control and path planning
3. Reactive motion planning for collision avoidance
4. Learning-based navigation schemes
5. Mixed-traffic vehicle coordination

Duties
The duties of a postdoctor primarily comprise research. Teaching and pedagogical development work may be included in the duties, up to a maximum of 20% of the working hours. You will perform research with substantial experimental components that should be published in peer-reviewed international journals and at major conferences. The position will include supervision of PhD and MSc students, teaching and supporting in acquiring funds for future research projects from research funding agencies/councils, EU framework program or industry.

Qualifications
To be qualified, you must have a PhD in Automatic control or related subject. The research tasks require a solid mathematical background with proven advanced experimental capabilities and excellent programming skills (e.g. C++, ROS, Matlab, etc.). You should have a strong vision to evaluate and demonstrate the research findings in real life operating conditions, in an approach to close the gap between pure theory and experimental verifications. A doctoral degree awarded no more than three years before the application deadline provides a useful qualification. Candidates who have been awarded a doctoral degree at an earlier date may also be considered if there are special grounds, for example, different types of statutory leave of absence. You will need to represent the group in different contexts, both in Sweden and abroad and hence have excellent skills in English.

Further information
The employment is limited to 2 years with possibility to be extended 1 year.

For further information please contact Chaired Professor George Nikolakopoulos +46 920 49 1298, geonik@ltu.se

Union representatives:  SACO-S Kjell Johansson kjell.johansson@ltu.se +46 (0)920-49 1529, OFR-S Lars Frisk, Lars.Frisk@ltu.se +46 (0)920-49 1792

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include a detailed CV with a full description of all the scientific merits and publications, motivation letter, a research plan with a description of the research topics, list of successful grant applications, list of 2 persons that could provide recommendation for you and copies of verified and translated diplomas from high school and universities. Your application must be written in English or Swedish. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Closing date for applications: March 31, 2023
Reference number: 5204-2022

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Senior Lecturer (tenured) in Robotics and AI

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.


Luleå University of Technology is one of Sweden’s leading universities in the area of AI, especially in field robotics, with ELLIS (European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems) researchers at various stages, as well as unique labs for field robotics, deep learning, and human computer interaction. Furthermore, Luleå University of technology is very strong in industrial collaboration.

The Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (RAI) subject at the department of Computer Science and Electrical and Space Engineering at Luleå University of Technology, is now looking for excellent researchers contributing to our growing activities. The RAI team is conducting fundamental research in all the aspects of robotics with a specific focus on Aerial, ground and Space robotics.

The vision of RAI is aiming in closing the gap from theory to real life, while the team has a strong expertise in field robotics. Specific application areas of focus are robotics for mines, construction sites, aerial inspection of aging infrastructure, multi-robotic search and rescue, multi sensorial fusion and multirobot coordination, including multirobot perception, decentralization and mission execution.

The RAI team has a strong European participation in multiple R&D&I projects, while RAI was also participating in the DARPA SUB-T challenge with the CoSTAR Team lead by NASA/JPL.

The RAI group is part of the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP). WASP is Sweden’s largest individual research program ever, a major national initiative for strategically motivated basic research, education and faculty recruitment. The program addresses research on artificial intelligence and autonomous systems acting in collaboration with humans, adapting to their environment through sensors, information and knowledge, and forming intelligent systems-of-systems. The vision of WASP is excellent research and competence in artificial intelligence, autonomous systems and software for the benefit of Swedish industry.

To strengthen our team on Robotics and AI, we recruit excellent researchers working in one or more of the following areas in Robotics perception and autonomy:

- Deep Learning
- Data Augmentation
- Machine Vision
- Data driven learning
- Reinforcement Learning
- Learning Based Control

Subject description
Robotics and artificial intelligence aim to develop novel robotic systems that are characterised by advanced autonomy for improving the ability of robots to interact with the surrounding environment and humans during the execution of specific tasks.

Duties
Senior lecturers (equivalent to assistant professor positions at other universities) are involved in education, educational development and research at the university. Senior lecturers must also keep abreast of the international development of the subject and supervise doctoral students. Senior lecturers are expected to contribute to the university's development, to contribute to obtaining external funding to the subject and to participate in/show an interest in managerial and administrative tasks.

The duties of senior lecturers also include participating in research projects, communicating the outcomes via academic publications and being active in the research community within their own subject.

Furthermore, the senior lecturer is expected to collaborate with industry and society and to contribute to the activities of the WASP program and its national activities. The senior lecturer will be given opportunity to develop their independence as researcher and gain accreditation that may allow them to take other teaching positions with higher eligibility requirements (see Chapter 4, Section 12 a of the Higher Education Ordinance). Following application, the senior lecturer can apply for promotion to associate professor in accordance with Chapter 4, Section 12 c of the Higher Education Ordinance.

Qualifications
Qualified for an appointment as senior lecturer are those who:

- have been awarded a doctoral degree or have equivalent scientific qualifications
- have demonstrated teaching expertise
- have completed courses in higher education pedagogy corresponding to 7.5 credits or otherwise have acquired equivalent knowledge.

Assessment criteria
The following assessment criteria apply to this position:

- scientific expertise
- teaching expertise
- other assessment criteria.

Other assessment criteria (listed in order of importance):

- mobility/international experience (e.g., PhD outside of Sweden and/or significant amount of time after the PhD spend outside of Sweden)
- proficiency in development and leadership of activities and staff at the university
- if applicable, the ability to collaborate with the wider community
- if applicable, the ability to obtain external research and development funding
- if applicable, the ability to communicate research and development work

Information
The employment is a permanent position and is placed in Luleå.

For more information, please contact: Professor and Head of subject George Nikolakopoulos, +46 (0)920-491298, george.nikolakopoulos@ltu.se, Head of division Andreas Johansson, +46 (0)920-492334, andreas.johansson@ltu.se

Union representatives: SACO-S Kjell Johansson, +46 (0)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se  and OFR-S Lars Frisk, +46 (0)920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below and attach the requested application documents including diplomas (certified and translated into Swedish or English), pedagogical self-reflection and publications, etc. We prefer that applicants follows the instructions for applicants. Note that the applicant´s educational qualifications should be particularly documented. Mark your application with the reference number below. Please write your application in English. We often have English speaking external experts.

Closing day for applications: March 31, 2023
Reference number: 4714-2022

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Associate Professor (tenured) in Robotics and AI

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.


Luleå University of Technology is one of Sweden’s leading universities in the area of AI, especially in field robotics, with ELLIS (European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems) researchers at various stages, as well as unique labs for field robotics, deep learning, and human computer interaction. Furthermore, Luleå University of technology is very strong in industrial collaboration.

The Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (RAI) subject at the department of Computer Science and Electrical and Space Engineering at Luleå University of Technology, is now looking for excellent researchers contributing to our growing activities. The RAI team is conducting fundamental research in all the aspects of robotics with a specific focus on Aerial, ground and Space robotics.

The vision of RAI is aiming in closing the gap from theory to real life, while the team has a strong expertise in field robotics. Specific application areas of focus are robotics for mines, construction sites, aerial inspection of aging infrastructure, multi-robotic search and rescue, multi sensorial fusion and multirobot coordination, including multirobot perception, decentralization and mission execution.

The RAI team has a strong European participation in multiple R&D&I projects, while RAI was also participating in the DARPA SUB-T challenge with the CoSTAR Team lead by NASA/JPL.

The RAI group is part of the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP). WASP is Sweden’s largest individual research program ever, a major national initiative for strategically motivated basic research, education and faculty recruitment. The program addresses research on artificial intelligence and autonomous systems acting in collaboration with humans, adapting to their environment through sensors, information and knowledge, and forming intelligent systems-of-systems. The vision of WASP is excellent research and competence in artificial intelligence, autonomous systems and software for the benefit of Swedish industry.

To strengthen our team on Robotics and AI, we recruit excellent researchers working in one or more of the following areas in Robotics perception and autonomy:

- Deep Learning
- Data Augmentation
- Machine Vision
- Data driven learning
- Reinforcement Learning
- Learning Based Control

Duties
Associate professors must be involved in education, educational development and research at the university. Associate professors must also keep abreast of the international development of the subject and supervise doctoral students. Associate professors are expected to contribute to the university's development, to work for obtaining external funding to the subject and to be available for managerial and administrative tasks.

The duties of associate professors also include managing research projects, communicating the outcomes via academic publications and being active in the research community within their own subject.

Furthermore, the associate professor is expected to collaborate with industry and society and to contribute to the activities of the WASP program and its national activities. The associate professor will be given opportunity to develop their independence as researcher and gain accreditation that may allow them to take other teaching positions with higher eligibility requirements (see Chapter 4, Section 12 a of the Higher Education Ordinance). Following application, the assistant professor can apply for promotion to professor in accordance with Chapter 4, Section 12 c of the Higher Education Ordinance.

Qualifications                                       
Qualified for an appointment as associate professor are those who have demonstrated both research and teaching expertise. As much attention must be given to the assessment of teaching expertise as to the assessment of research expertise.

In order to meet the requirements for the appointment as associate professor, the applicants must:

- have demonstrated a research profile showing a clear progress after the completion of the doctoral thesis, and scientific contributions equivalent to at least two doctoral theses
- have worked as an independent researcher via, for example,
- research-related commissions of trust as an external expert or a reviewer,
- experience of applying for and being granted, in competition, external funding for research and development projects,
- participation in national and/or international research projects, and publications together with researchers within research environments other than the applicant’s own environment.
- have experience of supervising doctoral students, and have been the assistant supervisor for at least one doctoral student for at least two years, unless there are special grounds to the contrary
- have demonstrated teaching expertise
- completed courses in higher education pedagogy corresponding to 7.5 credits or otherwise have acquired equivalent knowledge
- have the ability to collaborate with the wider community demonstrated through, for example,
- dissemination of new knowledge to the wider community,
- incorporation of societal needs into research and/or education contexts.

Assessment criteria
The following assessment criteria apply to this position:

- research expertise
- teaching expertise
- other assessment criteria.

Other assessment criteria (listed in order of importance):

- mobility/international experience (e.g., PhD outside of Sweden and/or significant amount of time after the PhD spend outside of Sweden)
- proficiency in development and leadership of activities and staff at an university
- the ability to collaborate with the wider community
- the ability to obtain external research and development funding
- the ability to communicate research and development work

Information
The employment is a permanent position and is placed in Luleå.

For more information, please contact: Professor and Head of subject George Nikolakopoulos, +46 (0)920-491298, george.nikolakopoulos@ltu.se Head of division Andreas Johansson, +46 (0)920-492334, andreas.johansson@ltu.se

Union representatives: SACO-S Kjell Johansson, +46 (0)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se  and OFR-S Lars Frisk, +46 (0)920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below and attach the requested application documents including diplomas (certified and translated into Swedish or English), pedagogical self-reflection and publications, etc. We prefer that applicants follows the Instructions for applicants. Note that the applicant´s educational qualifications should be particularly documented. Mark your application with the reference number below. Please write your application in English. We often have English speaking external experts.

Closing day for applications: March 31, 2023
Reference number: 4713-2022

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PhD in Economics

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.

We are looking for one or more PhD students in Economics. As a PhD student within the Economics unit you will be part of the research environment of the Social Sciences Division, which has about 50 employees. You will be placed in the Economics unit, with 15 co-workers.

Research at the Social Sciences Division is oriented towards social science aspects of natural resource, environmental and energy issues. Research at the division is carried out in intra-disciplinary as well as in multidisciplinary projects where economists collaborate with the other disciplines in the division, as well as with other researchers within the university and elsewhere. We strive for a clear international orientation in our research.

Subject description
Economics concerns the study of how society can be organised to make efficient use of scarce resources. Research focuses on the economics of natural resources, energy and the environment. It applies microeconomic theories to study the behaviour of energy and raw material markets as well as how these markets are influenced by public policy.

Duties
As a PhD student, you are expected to be part of the research environment at the division. This means gaining practical research experience by publishing scientific papers in journals and presenting at national and international conferences, and conducting research within one or several of the projects carried out in the division. You will also take PhD courses, some of which will be directly connected to the research school. You may also have the opportunity of trying the teacher role. An individual study plan will be set up for your PhD and will be followed up at the end of each semester.

You will be based in Luleå, but your PhD studies will also entail taking courses elsewhere. You will also need to travel for research and conferences. These academic ventures will help you develop valuable contacts both within Sweden and internationally. In addition, you will also have the opportunity to influence departmental, divisional, and unit activities, and we therefore value people with initiative and drive.

A PhD student’s work is problem oriented. You will develop your skills in identifying, delimiting, formulating and addressing economic problems. You will also develop your skills in working on theoretical and analytical issues.

Qualifications
For eligibility as a PhD student in Economics, you will need a master’s or other advanced degree in Economics, as well as excellent skills in oral and written communication in English. (For some of the projects that we are recruiting students for, excellent skills in oral and written communication in Swedish will also be a requirement.)

Selection and ranking among applicants will consider each student’s ability to complete research studies. Applicants will be assessed not only according to their qualifications in respect of the depth and breadth of their previous studies, but also as regards their critical and analytical abilities in terms of scientific output, such as their thesis work from undergraduate and advanced levels and, where applicable, other scientific output.

As part of your application you should submit your thesis/dissertation from your advanced studies. The scientific and linguistic qualities of the thesis/dissertation will be an additional assessment criterion.

Apart from the above, the following criteria will be used to assess candidates for the positions:

- Good methodological skills, especially in environmental and natural resource economics
- Good collaborative skills, and
- Interest in, and ability in respect of, cooperating across disciplinary boundaries.

For further information about a specific subject see; General curricula for the Board of the faculty of humanities and social sciences

Information
Employment as a PhD student is limited to 4 years, teaching and other department duties may be added with max 20%. Salary is paid in accordance with current agreements. We look positively on you being able to get started as soon as possible.

For further information about the position, please contact Jesper Stage, Professor and Chair of the Economics group, + 46 920 493445, jesper.stage@ltu.se or Jerry Blomberg, Head of the Social Sciences Division, + 46 920 492335, jerry.blomberg@ltu.se.

Union representatives: SACO-S Kjell Johansson, (+46)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se, (+46)920-49 or OFR-S Lars Frisk, (+46)920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for the position via the application button below. Along with submitting a brief statement of your research interests, a CV, suggested references, sample(s) of your work and certified copies of your academic certificates, you should include a personal letter motivating your interest in PhD studies.

Your application and your academic diploma must be written in Swedish or English. Mark your application with the reference number below.  

Closing date for applications: April 26, 2023
Reference number: 804-2023

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Summer Internships in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

 Luleå University of Technology experiences rapid growth with world-leading expertise within several research domains. We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research results and drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit. Our scientific and artistic research and education are carried out in close collaboration with international, national and regional companies, public actors and leading universities. Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of SEK 1.9 billion. Today, we have 1,815 staff and 19,155 students.


In the coming years, multi-billion investments will be made in large projects in Northern Sweden to create a fossil-free society both nationally and globally. Luleå University of Technology is involved in several of these cutting-edge research projects and in the societal transformation that they entail. We offer a broad range of courses and study programmes to match the skills in demand. We hope that you will help us to build the sustainable companies and societies of the future.


The Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Group from Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering at Luleå University of Technology is announcing an opportunity to apply for one of the five summer internships for students who have competence and experience in the domain of robotics and artificial intelligence and are currently studying fourth or fifth year civil engineering.

As a participant in the internship, you will have the opportunity to work and collaborate with researchers within the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Group at Luleå University of Technology in supporting developments within our research in field robotics.

Qualifications
To be qualified for this position you have to be a university student in the later part of your programme. You have competence and experience in the domain of robotics and artificial intelligence and want to tribute to the university’s research. You must be able to express yourself both orally and in writing in English as both co-workers and research partners speak English.

Admission is based on:
1. Educational excellence.
2. Interview.

Information
Within the internship you will have full-time employment as a research engineer for 2 months, starting from the 12th of June 2023. Placement in Luleå.

For further information, please contact: Dr. Anton Koval, +46 (0)920-4 92381, anton.koval@ltu.se

Union representatives:SACO-S Kjell Johansson +46 (0)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se OFR-S Lars Frisk, +46 (0)920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for the position via the application button below, where you attach a personal letter, as well as your CV. Please mark your application with the reference number below. Please write your application in English since we have English speaking recruitment group.

Reference Number: 835-2023
Closing day for applications: May 2 2023


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Postdoc (f/m/d) | Gene regulatory basis of planarian regeneration

 The Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences is a leading international research institute of exceptional scientific breadth. With more than 40 research groups and some 1,000 employees from over 50 nations, it is the largest institute of the Max Planck Society.

The department of Tissue Dynamics and Regeneration (Dr. Jochen Rink) invites applications for positions as a Postdoc (f/m/d) - gene regulatory basis of planarian regeneration.

About us

We study the fascinating ability of planarians to regenerate complete animals from tiny tissue pieces. We conduct worldwide field expeditions and as a result, maintain a unique live collection of planarian species with a wide range of regenerative abilities. We have also established planarian genome sequencing/assembly pipelines and now have available multiple chromosome -scale genome assemblies of different species. In conjunction with our CHIP and ATACseq protocols, this amounts to exciting opportunities for investigating the mechanistic basis of regeneration, the salient changes that render species regeneration-deficient, and the mechanistic trade-offs that ultimately drive the gain and loss of regeneration abilities. We are a young, international department and English is our working language.

About the positions

We are looking for talented Postdoctoral researchers that share our fascination with regeneration. Current project opportunities include (but are not limited to) the exploration of:

  • The gene regulatory basis of head/tail specification via ATAC and CHIPseq.
  • De-convolving the contributions of different cell types to regeneration by single-cell sequencing approaches.
  • Comparative analysis of head regeneration defects via comparative scSeq and ATACseq).
  • Comparative genomics of regeneration and regeneration defects.

Your profile

  • You hold a PhD in a relevant life sciences subject.
  • You have a proven track record in one or more of the following: scSeq, CHIPseq, ATACseq, Hi-C, comparative genomics; structural genome variance analysis.
  • You are passionate about basic research and you are not afraid of pursuing your questions beyond the current scientific frontier.
  • You are self-motivated and independent and enjoy being part of an international and interdisciplinary work environment.

We offer

  • Inspiring world-class research environment.
  • Possibility to participate in worldwide field expeditions.
  • Professional training, networking, and career-development opportunities; free language courses.
  • On-site health management: free fitness and yoga room, sports groups, beach volleyball league, and courses for a "moving lunch break”.
  • A wide range of opportunities to balance work and family life, including an on-campus kindergarten and vacation care.
  • Proximity to the historic town center of Göttingen with rich cultural opportunities and a vibrant student scene.
  • Beautiful, green surroundings that are great for running, hiking, cycling, and other outdoor activities.

Recruitment

The positions are available immediately, but the exact start date is flexible. The payment and benefits are based on the TVöD (wage agreement for public service personnel) guidelines. Positions are initially limited to two years with a possibility of extension. Applications for independent fellowships are encouraged and actively supported.

The Max Planck Society is committed to increasing the number of individuals with disabilities in its workforce and therefore encourages applications from such qualified individuals. The Max Planck Society strives for gender and diversity equality. We welcome applications from all backgrounds.

How to apply

Please submit your application including a cover letter, CV, publication record, and the contact addresses of 3 referees as a single document, preferably as a PDF file. Please make sure that the cover letter clearly states your motivation for joining the department, the question that particularly fascinates you, and the relevant research experience that you can bring to bear. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until all positions are filled. Please submit the file to .

Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences
Department „Tissue Dynamics and Regeneration“
Dr. Jochen Rink
Am Fassberg 11
37077 Göttingen
Germany

For informal e-mail inquiries, please write to .

Student research assistant (f/m/d) | Image analysis & animal care

 The Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences is a leading international research institute of exceptional scientific breadth. With more than 40 research groups and some 1,000 employees from over 50 nations, it is the largest institute of the Max Planck Society.

The department of Tissue Dynamics and Regeneration (Dr. Jochen Rink) invites applications for a Student Research Assistant (f/m/d) - image analysis & animal care.

Planarian flatworms possess the fascinating ability to regenerate complete animals even when cut into little pieces. We aim to identify genes contributing to regeneration via a high-throughput loss-of-function screen of all genes in the planarian genome. A central component of the screen is the identification of phenotypes via machine learning/image analysis. We are looking for a talented, motivated, and reliable student (m/f/d) to help with training data annotation and day-to-day screening procedure development.

About the position

As a member of our screening team, you will get to participate in the following:

  • Live imaging of planarian flatworms with partially automated set-ups.
  • Image sorting/annotation for training the machine learning algorithms.
  • Feeding/cleaning experimental animals.
  • Additional involvement in other ongoing research projects is possible, subject to your interests and availability.

Your profile

  • You are dedicated, reliable, and good at note-keeping.
  • You are enrolled in Bachelor or Master studies at a University in Germany in the field of life sciences. 
  • You easily communicate in English, both in everyday conversations and in writing. 
  • Prior experience with life science laboratory research is a plus.

We offer

  • Inspiring world-class research environment.
  • Opportunity to gain first-hand experience in laboratory research.
  • On-site health management: free fitness and yoga room, sports groups, beach volleyball league, and courses for a "moving lunch break”.
  • Proximity to the historic town center of Göttingen with rich cultural opportunities and a vibrant student scene.
  • Beautiful, green surroundings that are great for running, hiking, cycling, and other outdoor activities.

Recruitment

Payment will be € 12,68 per hour for students with a bachelor's degree and € 12,00 per hour without a bachelor's degree. The monthly working time can be up to 83 hours and is subject to negotiation. Students at any stage of education are encouraged to apply.

The Max Planck Society is committed to increasing the number of individuals with disabilities in its workforce and therefore encourages applications from such qualified individuals. The Max Planck Society strives for gender and diversity equality. We welcome applications from all backgrounds.

Interested candidates are urged to submit a CV, degree certificate (if applicable), and enrollment certificate until 19.03.2023, preferably via email as a single PDF file to .

Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences
Department of Tissue Dynamics and Regeneration
Dr. Jochen Rink
Am Faßberg 11
37077 Göttingen
Germany

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