There will be PostDoc positions (and perhaps other positions) for the whole span of the project 2012-2016 at Bristol, Strasbourg and Valencia.
PostDoc, reframing in the context of incompleteness, Bristol
Part of the work at the University of Bristol concerns adapting existing techniques for nonmonotonic and abductive inference in order to deal with incompleteness in relational background knowledge. Initially this will involve abductive techniques for dealing with missing data. This will then be developed into a generic abductive-inductive technique for knowledge reframing in the context of incompleteness.
We are looking for an experienced post-doctoral research assistant with a relevant background in data mining or machine learning, with experience in relational data mining or inductive logic programming.
This position is available now; the initial contract will be until end of January 2016, with a possible 6-month extension. Informal enquiries and applications, including CV and references, can be sent to Peter Flach.
The following positions have been filled:
- Versatile models for relational data and unsupervised learning tasks, Strasbourg
- PostDoc, hierarchical and multidimensional reframing, Valencia.
- PostDoc, adapting models to changes in relational data and geographical applications, Strasbourg
- PostDoc, generalisation of ROC analysis and applications in the smart electricity meter domain, Bristol