RSISE



One Research Fellow Position Available at RSCS@ANU



We are seeking an outstanding Research Fellow with Project description: The position holder will be member of the Intelligent Agents team lead by Professor Marcus Hutter. There is funding from multiple sources, all more or less related to the theory of Universal AI. The research agenda is rather flexible but should be relevant to one of the following areas: Technically the research will be in some of the following areas: artificial intelligence, Bayesian statistics, machine learning, universal forecasting, information theory, agent/control theory, complexity theory, decision theory, philosophy of science. It is expected that you have and/or quickly acquire expertise in some of these areas.

There is the option to (co)teach (under)graduate classes. Applicants should submit
  1. detailed curriculum vitae,
  2. academic transcript(s),
  3. list of three references (including their email addresses),
  4. statement on how their research interests fit the above topics (1-2 pages),
  5. links to their PhD&other theses and publications and Google Scholar profile,
  6. (links to) 2-5 primary-authored career-best publications (incl. CORE/ERA rank),
  7. how you got knowledge of this position,
  8. other supporting material.
Please apply online to the HR Staff Recruitment at http://jobs.anu.edu.au/cw/en/job/526443/ with the job reference number 526443.

Thanks for your interest

Marcus Hutter, Professor, RSCS


ABOUT ANU. The Australian National University (ANU) is located in the city of Canberra, the Federal Capital of Australia. The ANU consistently ranks top among all Universities in the southern hemisphere, in the top 5 in the Asia/Pacific region, and in the top 50 worldwide. The Research School of Information Sciences and Engineering (RSISE) was established in 1996 as part of the Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS) at the ANU. RSISE focused its work on research, research training and interaction with national and international communities. RSISE has now been rearranged into the Research School of Computer Science (RSCS) within the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS).

ABOUT CANBERRA. With a population of about 350'000, Canberra is a very clean and quiet city, surrounded by bush land and parks, and with Lake Burley Griffin in its geographical centre. It is a three-hour drive from Sydney, surfing beaches, and Australia's ski resorts. Canberra ranked number 1 out of 362 regions across the 34 most developed countries in the world in the 2014 OECD quality of life survey and world's 3rd best city to visit in Lonely Planet's best in travel 2018.
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