Universität Hamburg

The University of Hamburg (German: Universität Hamburg) is a university in Hamburg, Germany. It was founded on 1 April 1919 by Wilhelm Stern and others. It grew out of the previous Allgemeines Vorlesungswesen and the Kolonialinstitut (Colonial Institute) as well as the Akademisches Gymnasium. There are around 38,000 students as of the start of 2006. In spite of its relatively short history, 6 Nobel Prize Winners and serials of scholars are affiliated to the University.
03/06/2024
Full time
Universität Hamburg 22527 Hamburg, Germany
Research assistant in the field of machine learning § 28 para. 1 HmbHG InstitutionFaculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Natural Sciences (Department of Computer Science), Machine Learning (ML) Division ValuationEGR. 13 TV-L Start of employment 01.10.2024, limited to an initial period of three years (based on Section 2 of the Science Fixed-Term Contract Act) Application deadline11.06.2024 Scope of workpart-time suitable full-time position Your tasks Your tasks include scientific services, primarily in research and teaching. There is an opportunity for further academic training, in particular for the preparation of a dissertation; at least one third of the respective working time is available for this. The “Machine Learning” working group (https://www.inf.uni-hamburg.de/en/inst/ab/ml.html) at the University of Hamburg, led by Prof. Dr. Sören Laue, focuses on efficient algorithms for machine learning and deep...