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Dear colleagues,

here’s your opportunity to shape the future of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence as part of our research institute. 

The Lamarr Institute and TU Dortmund University are looking for three open rank professorship positions to be filled as early as possible:

Three Professorships in the field of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
(Open Rank: W3 tenured or W2 with W3 tenure track)
at the Department of Computer Science, TU Dortmund University

If you are interested, please drop us a message.
We are seeking an outstanding scientist who holds an excellent PhD in Computer Science or related disciplines, has experience in applying for third-party funds and has published in relevant and highly ranked international venues with peer review. In particular, we welcome applications of candidates who have conducted excellent research in one or more of the following areas:

• Foundations of Artificial Intelligence
• Theory of Deep Learning
• Neuro-Symbolic Artificial Intelligence
• Explainable Artificial Intelligence
• Causality
• Machine Learning and Logic
• Fairness and Transparency of Machine Learning
• Ressource Aware Machine Learning
• Reinforcement Learning
• Large-Scale Generative Models
• Simulation-Based Machine Learning
• Large Scale Optimization
• Federated Learning
• Future Applications of Machine Learning

If you are interested in the position, please send your application via e-mail by August 2nd to:

The Lamarr Institute, as a leading international center for Machine Learning, focuses on the value-based research and development of high-performance, trustworthy, and resource-efficient applications of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI). It establishes internationally competitive research that sustainably strengthens Germany and Europe as leading locations for research, education, and technology transfer in AI. Along the central research paradigm of „Triangular AI“ (AI3), Lamarr scientists are laying the foundations for the next generation of Artificial Intelligence, which uses data, knowledge and context of intelligent systems on an equal footing.

The Department of Computer Science at TU Dortmund University is one of the largest in Germany and has particular strengths in research. Among similar institutions, it is distinguished by a combination of fundamental research on formal methods with the development of practical applications. Research focuses on Algorithmics, Data Science, Cyber-Physical Systems and Software and Service Engineering.

Emmanuel Müller

Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Müller

Professor of Computer Science
Technical University of Dortmund

Chair of Data Science and Data Engineering

LAMARR Institute for Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Director of Research Center Trustworthy Data Science and Security

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