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Why Aalto University?

The Department of Computer Science is an internationally-oriented community and home to world-class research in modern computer science, combining research on foundations and innovative applications. With 42 professors and more than 400 employees it is the largest department at Aalto University and the largest computer science unit in Finland. Computer science research at Aalto University ranks high in several prominent surveys.

Helsinki region is a vibrant technology and innovation hub with easy access to major partners both private and public. The Department of Computer Science is located center of the Otaniemi Campus of Aalto University.

Life at the campus.

Töihin Aaltoon

Olemme 20 000 ajattelijan yhteisö, jossa tehdään huippuluokan tutkimusta ja taidetta sekä koulutetaan tulevaisuuden tekijöitä. Tule mukaan muuttamaan maailmaa!

Three researchers using a device on the surface of the ice at Aalto ice tank

Tutkimuksen ja opetuksen infrastruktuurit

Tutkimuksen ja opetuksen infrastruktuurit ovat välttämätön edellytys huipputason tutkimukselle ja opetukselle. Niitä kehitetään myös palvelemaan ulkopuolisia käyttäjiä.

In Finland

Miksi valita Suomi?

Tältä sivulta löydät paljon tietoa Suomesta.

Palvelut

Postdoctoral Researcher and Research Fellow Positions in ICT (Helsinki, Finland)

The University of Helsinki and Aalto University are looking for Postdoctoral Researchers and Research Fellows in multiple areas of ICT, including:

  • artificial intelligence and machine learning

  • data science

  • privacy and security

  • computational health

  • human-computer interaction

  • natural language processing

The positions are located in several research centers and programs, along with an exciting selection of specific projects. The deadline for applications is January 27th, 2020.

More information:
hiit.fi/postdocs

 

Helsinki ICT network: Doctoral student positions in computer science (deadline January 27, 2020)

The Helsinki Doctoral Education Network in Information and Communications Technology (HICT) is a joint initiative by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki, the two leading universities within this area in Finland.

The activities of HICT are structured along five research area specific tracks:

  • Algorithms and machine learning
  • Life science informatics
  • Networks, networked systems and services
  • Software and service engineering and systems
  • User centered and creative technologies

The participating units of HICT have currently funding available for exceptionally qualified doctoral students. We offer the possibility to join world-class research groups, with multiple interesting research projects to choose from. If you wish to be considered as a potential new doctoral student in HICT you can apply to one or a number of doctoral student positions.

We welcome applicants with diverse backgrounds, and qualified female candidates are explicitly encouraged to apply. For more information, please see the list of positions and detailed information on the application process at: https://www.hict.fi/spring2020

Deadline January 27, 2020, at midnight Finnish time.Link to the online application form

 

Master's thesis position on the uncanny valley hypothesis

Uncanny valley hypothesis (Mori, 1970) claims that people tend to dislike robots or virtual characters that look too much like real humans. Even though this hypothesis has raised a lot of interest in the media and various research fields, its empirical evidence still remains surprisingly inconsistent. We are looking for a MSc thesis worker, who would take part in carrying out basic research on this hypothesis in the Art & Magic research group led by Prof. Tassu Takala. We have already published several studies related to the uncanny valley, including an empirical research review.

In this paid position your tasks will include developing new research stimuli, designing and carrying out an experiment with human participants to test specific research hypotheses, and analyzing the collected data.

Read more and apply here: https://www.aarresaari.net/index.php?33&ilmoid=64382&lang_id=1&uni_id=3

 

Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI has launched – join us in creating the next generation of AI!

Are you a promising young researcher looking for an outstanding postdoc position?

Or an experienced professor wishing to spend a sabbatical in one of the most dynamic AI hubs in Europe?

Or perhaps you are a superb software developer who wishes dive into the world of fundamental AI research?

We are launching the Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI (https://fcai.fi) – a center striving for scientific breakthroughs in the field of AI while producing high-quality societal and economic impact. FCAI is built on the a long tradition and track record of decades of pioneering machine learning research in Helsinki. Come and join our vibrant community of leading scientists and companies in creating the next generation of artificial intelligence that is data-efficient, trustworthy and understandable!

With a total budget of €250M over the next 8 years, FCAI is opening a range of research positions for academics and ICT professionals in different levels of their careers. Read more on what FCAI can offer to you: https://fcai.fi/open-positions

 

Career services for students

Aalto JobTeaser is students' own career portal where you can find e.g. job hunting and career planning guides, job adverts (incl. internship ads and thesis assignments) and all Career Services events, and much more. You can find both domestic and international internship and job ads from the job portal. Aalto JobTeaser login requires Aalto credentials.

Aalto JobTeaser for Aalto University students

The Department of Computer Science is looking for new Professors regularly.

Last call ended 10th January 2021.

Assistant Professors in Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science at Aalto University – in the top-20 young universities worldwide – invites applications for tenure-track positions at the Assistant Professor level. The Department of Computer Science is a large and diverse community welcoming applications in all areas of Computer Science, including but not limited to:

• Computing systems;
• Creative technologies;
• Modern data management;
• Security and privacy;
• Software engineering.

Applicants should demonstrate excellent research potential in addition to teaching ability. The department is committed to fostering an inclusive environment with diverse faculty members. Therefore, applications from groups that have been underrepresented in computer science are particularly sought. The positions have competitive salaries as well as start-up packages. The contract includes occupational health benefits. Relocation services are also available for people coming from abroad.

The Department of Computer Science is an internationally-oriented community and home to world-class research in modern computer science, combining research on foundations and innovative applications. With 44 professors and more than 400 employees from 45 countries, it is the largest department at Aalto University and the largest computer science unit in Finland. Computer science research at Aalto University ranks high in several prominent surveys (3rd in Europe and 33rd worldwide in the U.S. News Best Global Universities subject ranking 2020; 47th worldwide in Shanghai subject ranking 2019; and 56th worldwide in Times Higher Education subject ranking 2020).

Requirements and Process
Candidates applying to this call are considered for Assistant Professor positions only. Applicants are required to have a doctoral degree in Computer Science or a field relevant to their research in Computer Science, or expected to obtain their doctoral degree no later than August 31, 2021.
The applicants will be reviewed on the basis of their research achievements in relation to their career stage, their teaching merits and activity in the scientific community; recommendation letters will also be taken into consideration, and applicants are encouraged to solicit eminent Computer Science scholars as referees. Short-listed applicants will be invited to present and discuss their research with faculty. Evaluation at the Assistant Professor level follows the tenure track system at Aalto University and is mainly based on research merits as well as the applicant’s potential. A person at any level of the tenure track system is expected to perform world‐class research, to teach, advise and otherwise advance both graduate and undergraduate education, to be an active member of the international scientific community, and to exhibit academic leadership. Career advances on the tenure track are based on scheduled performance assessments, which take into account the candidate’s merits in all these areas.

How to Apply
Applications are to be addressed to the Dean of the School of Science and submitted electronically through the Apply now! link. Applications will close on January 10, 2021 at 23:59 EET (UTC+2). The application material must be in English and must include the following attachments in PDF format:
1. cover letter including a summary of merits and most important achievements,
2. curriculum vitae (recommended length: two pages),
3. research statement (recommended length: four pages),
4. teaching statement (recommended length: four pages),
5. names, positions, affiliation(s) and e-mail addresses of five referees available to provide recommendations at a later stage of the application process,
6. list of publications with no more than five of them clearly highlighted as most important.

Further Information
Please contact HR Coordinator Laura Kuusisto-Noponen at [email protected]

Why Aalto University?
The university offers assistance with the relocation process for applicants selected to tenure track positions, including finding housing and kindergartens / schools. In addition to world-class research at the Department of Computer Science, Aalto University has six schools with nearly 11 000 students and nearly 400 professors committed to building both foundations and innovative applications that shape the future through science, technology, art, and business. There are also excellent opportunities for collaboration with local partners at both Aalto University and the University of Helsinki. In addition to its strong academic community, the Helsinki region is a vibrant technology and innovation hub with easy access to major partners both private and public. The Department of Computer Science is located at the main Otaniemi Campus of Aalto University, 15 minutes from the center of Helsinki by metro. The Helsinki International Airport (HEL) is one of the air traffic hubs between Europe and Asia, with direct flights to a large number of destinations on both continents.

Why Finland?
Finland tops international rankings in education, equality, safety, and quality of life. Finland is one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world; design, creativity, and startup culture are also important. Finland currently ranks at the top of venture capital investments relative to GDP in Europe. Finland is a great place for living with or without family. It is a safe, politically stable and well-organized Nordic society, where equality is highly valued and corruption is low. Extensive social security supports people in all situations of life, and Finland’s free high-quality education system is internationally acknowledged. In Finland, a low level of hierarchy is a cultural asset in working life and society. Finland has been ranked as the happiest country in the world in 2018 and 2019 according to the UN Happiness Report.

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