ESR3 – University of Freiburg
PhD Position in Bayesian Deep Learning for Embedded MPC
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
- Prof. Dr. Joschka Boedecker (head of Neurorobotics Lab)
- Gabriel Kalweit (PhD student focusing on data-efficient learning methods for control),
- Maria Huegle (PhD student focusing on Deep Learning based dynamic architectures for prediction and control).
- Robert Bosch GmbH: Dr. Stefan Gering (dynamic systems control)
- ETH Zurich: Prof. Dr. Melanie Zeilinger (head of Intelligent Control Systems group)
- KU Leuven: Prof. Dr. Panos Patrinos (Stadius Center for Dynamical Systems, Signal Processing, and Data Analytics).
To apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, attaching one single PDF file containing all contents or links (any other information within the email will not be processed). Subject of your email should be: “ELO-X PhD Application – ESR 3”.
Please include, in your single PDF document, the following items in this order:
- A cover letter incl. statement of research interests and career goals (max. 2 pages);
- An academic CV;
- Contact details of at least two referees incl. phone numbers and emails;
- Your diplomas and transcript of course work and grades;
- Sample of technical writing (publication or thesis);
- Proof of English language proficiency test results.
Please send your application as soon as possible, the call for applications closes January 17, 2021.
Note that your PDF will be forwarded to several people in the ELO-X institutions and that in particular all Supervisory Board members of ELO-X will have access to your application material. If you want to apply to more than one ELO-X position, please create and send separate PDFs.
- Nationality: you may be of any nationality.
- Mobility: you must not have resided or carried out your main activity (work, studies, etc…) in Germany for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to your recruitment under the ELO-X project.
- Qualifications and research experience: you must be in the first 4 years of your research career after the master degree was awarded.