Open Associate Professor position in Scalable Artificial Intelligence in Paris

Télécom ParisTech is one of the most selective engineering schools in France, admitting the top 5% of students of a nation-wide entrance exam in sciences. The school has a vibrant research and teaching activity in the domain of data sciences and artificial intelligence (AI), and aims at strengthening its expertise in AI. Therefore, Télécom ParisTech is hiring an associate professor to join the DIG team (https://dig.telecom-paristech.fr/).

The DIG team has already significant international visibility with flagship projects such as MOA/SAMOA and YAGO and expertise in graph/text mining and design of approximation algorithms. With 1/3 of tenured staff from abroad, and teaching contributions to English-speaking master’s programs, it is a very internationally oriented team.

The candidate is expected to carry out innovative research in collaboration with researchers specializing in machine learning, distributed systems, databases, data mining, etc. She or he must have research and teaching experience in one or more scientific disciplines within the scope of AI, Big Data, and large-scale distributed computing.

The candidate must be able to contribute to the scientific success of Telecom ParisTech, in the form of leading publications, awards and honors, projects, and international collaborations. Starting from September 2019, Télécom ParisTech will join 4 other engineering schools in Palaiseau (just south of Paris) to form a new joint university provisionally known as “NewUni”.

 
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