Are you a promising young researcher looking for an outstanding PhD or 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?
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!
Here at the Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI we are 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.
With a total budget of €250M over the next 8 years, FCAI is now 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 below.
Positions for Exceptional Doctoral Students in computer science (DL August 12)
PhD positions in multiple fields earmarked for projects on artificial intelligence and AI solutions (DL september 17)
Visiting professor program in the Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence
AI Residency for Software Developers
Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence is constantly searching for outstanding researchers in different levels of their careers to join our endeavour to tackle complex and exciting problems in the field of machine learning.
If there are currently no positions open suitable for your profile, please feel free to send us your open PhD student, Postdoc or Research Fellow application (email: coordinator at fcai.fi). Please include your academic CV as well as a short motivation letter specifying:
a) how your research matches to what FCAI does,
b) in which FCAI research program(s) you would be interested to work on, and
c) if you know which researcher in the FCAI ecosystem would be a good match to your research interests and why.