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Markus Stumptner <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 10 Aug 2023 06:26:56 -0400
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The Industrial AI Research Centre at the University of South Australia invites applications for a one-year Research Associate/Research Fellow (postdoc) working on Interoperable Digital Ecosystems, funded by the Future Energy Exports Cooperative Research Centre (FEnEx CRC).    We are looking in particular for candidates with a background in Conceptual Modeling, Ontology, Metamodeling, or related areas.

The FEnEx CRC is a large-scale research initiative with twelve university and twenty industry or government partners, funded for A$80 million over 10 years.  The position will work in a team with five other postdoc and developer positions on innovations related to interoperable AI and analytics platforms for Digital Twins.

The University of South Australia, South Australia's largest university, is located in Adelaide, a city of 1.4 million with Mediterranean climate on the shore of the Southern Ocean. Adelaide was rated the 12th most livable city in the world (3rd in Australia) by the Economist Business Unit in 2023.

The Industrial AI Research Centre (IAI) at UniSA includes more than a hundred researchers from Computer Science, Mathematics, and Engineering, helping industry partners solve real world problems in application domains such as Manufacturing, Defence, Health, Agriculture, Transport, Energy and Resources.  In the areas covered by IAI, UniSA was rated "above world standard" in AI and "well above world standard" in Mathematics and Engineering in the 2018 Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) evaluation.  UniSA was the highest rated university in the 2018 Engagement and Impact (EI) evaluation in the field of IT, being the only university in Australia to receive a top rating in all three evaluation criteria in this field.

For details about the position, requirements and submission instructions, please visit the following web page:

Inquiries can be directed to Prof. Markus Stumptner ([log in to unmask]) and Dr. Matt Selway ([log in to unmask]).


Deadline for submissions: 11.30pm Wednesday 23 August 2023 (Australian Central Standard Time, UCT+9:30).


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