PhD Students and Postdoc, Saarland University, Germany

Postdoc in Germany

PhD Students and Postdoc: The Research Training Group 2853 (RTG) at Saarland University invites applications for three PhD student positions and one postdoctoral position in Neuroexplicit Models of Language, Vision, and Action, starting September 2024.

PhD Students and Postdoc in Neuroexplicit Models of Language, Vision, and Action

Summary Table:

PositionNumber of PositionsStart DateApplication DeadlineLocation
PhD StudentThreeSeptember 202421 June 2024Saarbrücken, Germany
PostdoctoralOneSeptember 2024 or later21 June 2024Saarbrücken, Germany

Designation: PhD Students and Postdoc
Research Area: Neuroexplicit Models of Language, Vision, and Action
Location: Saarbrücken, Germany

  • PhD Students: Applicants should have or be about to complete an MSc degree in computer science or a related field, with demonstrated expertise in areas such as natural language processing, computer vision, or reinforcement learning.
  • Postdoctoral: Candidates must have a PhD in computer science or a related field, with a strong publication record in areas relevant to neuroexplicit models.

Job Description: The RTG 2853 aims to advance the integration of neural and human-interpretable models in natural language processing, computer vision, and reinforcement learning. PhD students will conduct independent research under joint supervision, exploring innovative applications of neuroexplicit models. The postdoc will lead research initiatives, collaborate with PhD students, and drive advancements in the field.

How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit their application, including a CV, transcripts, a cover letter describing research interests and relevant experience, and contact information for two references, by email to Please indicate the reference number W2488 for the postdoc position and W2487 for the PhD positions.

Last Date for Apply: Application deadline is 21 June 2024. Interviews are scheduled for July 2024, preferably in Saarbrücken, Germany.

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