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Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

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I am sharing this position on behalf of Prof. Tim Dodwell, University of Exeter:


The position is a 2-year postdoctoral research fellowship within the Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Exeter. The role will work with Turing AI Fellow Prof Tim Dodwell .


Summary of the role


The position will be initially held in Exeter for the first year, but the research fellow will be offered to spend an extended period to be based at the Alan Turing Institute within their second year. There is an opportunity for the position to be extended beyond the 2 years, subject to performance.


The position is split between two parts, which will run side-by-side for the length of the contract:


(1)  Role on Turing AI Fellowship Project - 50% of the role will be spent working directly on aspects specific to Prof Dodwell's fellowship. In particular, for this role, we are looking to appoint someone to work on'Bayesian Multi scale Methods' (further details can be found here). Thiswork is an exciting collaboration between Prof. Girolami (Cambridge), Prof. Marzouk(MIT) and the Henry Royce Institute.


(2)  Individually Lead Research Challenge - for 50% of the role the fellow, in collaboration  Prof Tim Dodwell, the follow will work an area proposed of their choice. This should be an ambitious research topic, which complements wider activities in the Data Centric Engineering, Uncertainty Quantification and Machine Learning research. In the application, a short description (less than page) which highlights the open research challenge, potential new collaborations and opportunities for scientific and wider impact should be highlighted. An appropriate budget will be made available to fellow to support their research and collaborations.


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