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AI-Mind project is expanding its team and looking for a highly motivated Ph.D. researcher to join the group at the Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet). The candidate will be affiliated to the Department of Computer Science, to the OsloMet/SimulaMet AI Lab and to the Center of Research Excellence at OsloMet, NordSTAR, working within the Horizon 2020 European project AI-Mind on the development of deep learning techniques for extracting discriminative functional brain connectivity features from EEG signals, and prediction of dementia using multimodal data.

The Ph.D. fellowship will be offered for a period of three years (100% position), or alternatively, four years including 25% compulsory work (teaching and supervision activities or research administrative work). The decision on whether a 3 or 4-year position is suitable will be discussed as part of the interview process. The successful applicant should have the goal to complete the Ph.D. program within this time frame and receive a Ph.D.

The position will be available from 01.09.2021.