Job Title: Postdoctoral Fellow in Artificial Intelligence for Dynamics and Control – Harvard University
Date of Postdoc Position Posting: 11/11/21
Postdoctoral Position Discipline: Engineering – Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering
- Application Deadline: June 2, 2022
- Position Location: Cambridge, MA
- RUA Affiliated Institution: Harvard University
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The Harvard branch of the AI Institute in Dynamic Systems (http://dynamicsai.org/) invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in the multidisciplinary study of AI for dynamics and control, and in particular the safety, robustness, and scalability of reinforcement learning algorithms, and/or the learning of physically interpretable models of dynamic systems from data. The candidate will have opportunities to work collaboratively with a group of faculty from Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics (Na Li), Statistics and Computer Science (Lucas Janson), and Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics (Michael Brenner) on fundamental AI and machine learning theory, algorithms, and applications for real-time learning and control of complex dynamic systems. Candidates should suggest at least two of these faculty as potential advisors for their proposed research. The duration of the fellowship will be one year with the possibility of extending for an additional year.
Ph.D. in statistics, electrical engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, or any related field by the start date. Good teamwork and communication skills.
Additional Position Details
- Opportunity for teaching: Yes
- Opportunity for supervision/mentoring: Yes
- Opportunity for community outreach and engagement: Yes
How to Apply:
A complete application must include a curriculum vitae, 2-4 letters of reference, three publication samples, and an optional 1-2 page statement of research. Applications should be submitted to https://academicpositions.harvard.edu/postings/10774.
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