The state of Schleswig-Holstein is supporting the creation of a total of twelve AI professorships at four university locations - at the University of Lübeck, the research focus "AI and Health" will be strengthened in particular. The University of Lübeck stands for excellent research and excellent teaching.
We are a modern foundation university with thematically focused study programmes. Under the motto "Focus on life", as a life science university we offer a spectrum ranging from medicine, health sciences and psychology to mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology. The following professorships are available for the winter semester 2022/2023:
W2-Professorship für ethische, rechtliche und soziale Aspekte der KI / Ethical, Legal, and Social Aspects of AI
Management - Ethical Innovation Hub (EIH)
Institute of Medical Electrical Engineering / History of Medicine and Science Research
- Application deadline: 02.06.2022 -
W3-Professorship für Hybride KI
at the Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages
- Application deadline: 02.06.2022 -
The Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages (ISP), University of Lübeck, is currently looking for talented PhD students and PostDocs with a particular focus on Software Engineering in the context of several research projects.
The current projects comprise:
KI-BioSense - Food quality monitoring in supply chain using biosensors and AI
The project aims to use AI together with fluorescence spectroscopy to provide the necessary framework for monitoringfood quality. We suppose to use distributed ledgers to provide a tamperproof database so the consumer can be certain about the data related to the product.
MASIRI - Multi-Agent-Simulation of Intelligent Resource Regulation in Integrated Energy and Mobility
The project explores the influence of Human Behavior on Mobility and Energy Use. It aims to research human behavior and physical components to process this knowledge in form of a multi-agent simulation, to ensure an intelligentresource allocation.
MCEA - Medical Cause and Effects Analysis
This project focuses on the research on medical expert systems. It aims to include multi-disciplinary knowledge into expert system and extend it through machine learning algorithms. It aims for the combination of symbolic and sub-symbolic AI.
This project aims to establish an AI ecosystem, in particular based on clinical use cases. We build up an efficient HPCinfrastructure, integrating it in the complex software platform for development of AI-based systems. Further on we plan to establish a physical lab to demonstrate and research on such topics as Deployment of AI-based systems, Digital Twin, 5G technologies, autonomous systems. Several positions are available in this context.
The PhD students or PostDocs are expected to drive the corresponding research projects according to scientific standards. Publications on the corresponding research topics are expected.
Applicants are expected to have:
The PhD / PostDoc positions are contract appointments starting with two years, renewable depending on performance. Salary will be according to E-13 TV-L West tariff category (full time basis).
The positions are available now. Please contact me (leucker(at)isp.uni-luebeck(dot)de) in case you are interested in one of the positions. Please add a full CV, a motivation letter stating the project you are interested in and your competences, list of your grades and copy of your Master/PhD thesis and I wil come back to you with details on the application process.
If you have any questions about the project, required background, the position itself or application process please contact me, Prof. Dr. Martin Leucker (ISP): leucker(at)isp.uni-luebeck(dot)de
Prof. Dr. Martin Leucker
Institute for Software Engineering and Programming Languages
Building MFC II
Phone: +49 451 3101-6501