EindhovenPhDs2019

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EHPHDs2019
Type Job
Categoryies (tags) Uncategorized
Dates 2019/02/21 - 2019/03/30
Link https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-2/
Address Philips Research Eindhoven
Geolocation 51° 24' 42", 5° 27' 31"
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Tweet 8 Marie Curie PhD Fellowships in industrial research, would suit #EMCA or DA candidates, looking at conversation AI in healthcare applications, between Philips labs in Eindhoven and CompSci at University of Cagliari, Italy.
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EindhovenPhDs2019:


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Obtain your Doctoral degree by carrying out industrial research, enlarging relevant knowledge and bringing-in new knowledge regarding advanced machine learning algorithms combining both knowledge-driven and data driven approaches for conversational AI in healthcare applications.


The offered position is part of an international and interdisciplinary project, called PHILHUMANS, which provide Marie Skłodowska-Curie PhD Fellowship to 8 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs). More specifically, the PHILHUMANS research program will investigate novel AI methods for human-machine interaction in the personal health domain through a well-designed and well-structured research training program.


As ESR2, you will spend most of the time at Philips Research, Eindhoven, but will be promoted to the PhD degree in the Computer Science program at the University of Cagliari, Italy. As such, you are expected to spend about 10% of your time at the University of Cagliari in direct supervision of Prof. Riboni and Prof Reforgiato.


EU’s Marie Curie training network PHILHUMANS is looking for several PhD students to work on information technologies for personal health. The ESR2 project is in the intersection of discourse and conversation analytics, counseling, and computer science, and welcomes applicants with different combinations of relevant backgrounds.


In case you are interested in the position, you can find more information, and apply by following the links here:

https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-2/


Best regards,


Rim Helaoui, Philips Research (rim.helaoui@philips.com)