Large scale machine learning: Pstdoc, Italy 555 views1 application

Postdoc research position in the field of Large scale machine learning

Place of work:  Computational and Statistical Learning (LCSL), IIT-MIT Machine Learning Lab (Genova, Italy.)

Project type: The project work related to the position involves

  • Large-scale optimization for machine learning.
  • Development of randomized & online computational solutions
  • To scaleup to large, high dimensional datasets that are stable with respect to stochastic perturbations of data

Who can apply:

  1. D. in machine learning, optimisation, or any other related areas.
  2. Research experience in machine learning/optimization
  3. Published papers in top conferences/journals.

The candidate is expected to publish their research results in leading international journals and conferences. The candidate is also expected to contribute for the following:

  1. Management of new project proposals,
  2. Participation in funding activities,
  3. Supervising PhD candidates and
  4. Collaborate with other scientists and different (neuroscience) expertise.

Salary : in line with international standards.

How to Apply:

The candidates should send the following documents:

  1. application forms
  2. CV listing all publications (including a pdf of your most demonstrative publications),
  3. Research statement describing your previous research experiences and outlining its relevance to the above topics / research themes
  4. two reference letters.

Send the above documents by email to, mentioning in the mail subject “Post doc MIT BC 71730”.

Deadline: This position will be open until the position is filled, but for full consideration please apply by the mentioned deadline.

——Quick Overview———
Organization Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Level Postdoc
Country Italy
Subject areas machine learning and optimization
Salary As per university regulations
Eligibility Open to international students
Deadline June 15th, 2016

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