Postdoctoral Research Fellow position at UQ
Applications close 9th January 2024 We are recruiting for a Level A postdoc fellow to join us in the ARC Training Centre for Information Resilience (CIRES) at The University of Queensland in sunny Brisbane, Australia. International candidates are also welcome to apply as visa sponsorship may be available for this appointment. This position will be jointly supported […]
Applications close 9th January 2024
We are recruiting for a Level A postdoc fellow to join us in the ARC Training Centre for Information Resilience (CIRES) at The University of Queensland in sunny Brisbane, Australia. International candidates are also welcome to apply as visa sponsorship may be available for this appointment.
This position will be jointly supported by CIRES and the ARC Discovery Project DP 200103650 Making Spatiotemporal Data More Useful: An Entity Linking Approach. As a key member of the team, you will have the opportunity to conduct innovative research related to data management and data mining with a particular focus on entity linking and privacy protection of spatiotemporal data. You will also have the chance to supervise and develop research students, cultivate external partnerships, and contribute to the wider academic community.
We are seeking a candidate with:
- Completion or near completion of a PhD in Data Management, Data Mining, or Data Science.
- Demonstrated expert knowledge and experience in reproducible research related to multi-modality data including but not limited to spatiotemporal data.
- A track record of peer-reviewed publications in high-impact journals or premiere conferences relevant to data management and data mining.
See the full position description and how to apply:
Applications close Tuesday 9th January 2024 at 11.00 pm AEST.
This position will be based in the Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Training Centre for Information Resilience (CIRES) at UQ, and working across multiple projects with industry and government partners, providing a wealth of experience in multi-disciplinary teams, research planning, and industry and public sector dynamics. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work directly with the Centre’s partners, with an expected third of their time dedicated to working with partner organisations.
Questions? For more information about this opportunity, please contact Professor Shazia Sadiq.
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