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University Assistant (Pre-Doc)
40 hours/week, limited for 4 years

The novel interdisciplinary Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND doctoral training programme

LogiCS@TUWien - Logics for Computer Science 
http://www.vcla.at/msca

co-funded by the European Commission, will offer 20 full-time PhD positions. The
program is hosted by TU Wien, one of the most successful technical universities in
Europe and the largest one in Austria. The Faculty of Informatics of TU Wien is a leading
research and teaching institution which consistently ranks among the top 100 computer
science faculties in the global Times Higher Education ranking. In the heart of Europe,
Vienna has a distinguished history in mathematics, computer science, and logic research
and offers one of the highest living standards in the world.

The doctoral positions are open to international high-potential early-stage researchers
working on Logical Methods in Computer Science and their applications, including: 

* Artificial Intelligence 
* Databases 
* Verification 
* Algorithms 
* Security 
* Cyber-Physical Systems

The programme provides a 4-year long doctoral training for international PhD
candidates within an English-language curriculum. LogiCS@TUWien will run for 60
months and foresees the recruitment of 20 PhD candidates. The PhD candidates will be
supervised by:

* Ezio Bartocci
* Pavol Cerny 
* Agata Ciabattoni
* Thomas Eiter 
* Robert Ganian
* Georg Gottlob
* Laura Kovács
* Matteo Maffei
* Magdalena Ortiz
* Stefan Szeider
* Georg Weissenbacher 
* Stefan Woltran
* Florian Zuleger 

Two calls will accomplish the recruitment of the 20 positions. The first call is now open,
with an application deadline of December 30, 2021.

For details on how to apply, see http://www.vcla.at/msca/apply or watch the video
at https://youtu.be/Aq0JGJ9eqzQ.

 

 

 

 

 


Funding 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie
grant agreement No 101034440.Co-funded by the European Union