TU Wien Informatics. Announcement of an open position at the Faculty of Informatics, TU Wien, Austria FULL PROFESSOR of ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES
The TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology) invites applications for a Full Professor position at the Faculty of Informatics. The applicant is required to have an outstanding academic record in Artificial Intelligence. In particular, the focus of the professorship will be on techniques and tools for Artificial Intelligence Systems. Topics of interest include but are not restricted to: Heuristic Problem Solving and Search, Question Answering, Algorithmic Decision Making, Probabilistic Models and Reasoning, Planning and Scheduling, Natural Language Understanding, Engineering of Intelligent Systems. We offer excellent working conditions in an attractive research environment in a city with an exceptional quality of life. For a more detailed announcement and information on how to apply, please go to: http://www.informatics.tuwien.ac.at/jobs Applications (in English) should be sent to the Dean of the Faculty of Informatics, Prof. Dr. Hannes Werthner, in digital form as a single pdf file to: Application Deadline: December 1, 2019
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