We offer a fulltime employment as a doctoral scholar for 1 year, renewable till max. 4 years after positive evaluation. You will work under the supervision of Prof. Jochen De Weerdt and Prof. Seppe vanden Broucke.
You will be located at the Leuven Institute for Research on Information Systems (LIRIS) at KU Leuven (Leuven, Belgium). You will find a dynamic and pleasant working environment in this research group that is actively involved in scientific research at the highest international level in different domains such as business intelligence, data mining, process mining, conceptual modelling, model-driven engineering, and smart learning environments. Research projects in these domains are focusing both on fundamental research as on applied research. For more information, check our group's home page.
Candidates preferably have a master's degree in Business and Information Systems Engineering, Business Engineering, Informatics, Computer Science, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, or Statistics. Excellent (honors-level) results in prior studies are required. Candidates must satisfy the prerequisites for admission to the PhD programme of our faculty. In particular a GRE or GMAT result above the 75th percentile on the quantitative part and an English TOEFL (minimum score 575 paper-based, 233 computer-based, 90 internet-based), or IELTS (minimum score 7) test, both not older than 5 years are required to enter the program. In addition, we require:
Solid knowledge of Python. Knowledge of Spark and H2O is a plus.
Ability to work efficiently in a research setting, i.e. be able to investigate new research questions and solutions.
Strong mathematical background.
If you want to apply, please send your CV and motivation letter to Prof. dr. Seppe vanden Broucke (email@example.com), Prof. dr. Jochen De Weerdt (firstname.lastname@example.org), and/or Prof. dr. Monique Snoeck (email@example.com). If you have further questions, you can contact us via email as well.
The vacancy will be open until filled, we hope that you can start as early as possible but we definitely no later than September 1, 2019.