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University of Antwerp – imec IDLab Research group
The Internet & Data Lab (IDLab) is an imec research group at the University of Antwerp and Ghent University. IDLab focuses its research on internet technologies and data science. IDLab is a joint research initiative between Ghent University and the University of Antwerp. Bringing together 300 internet experts, we develop technologies outperforming current solutions for communication subsystems, high speed and low power networking, distributed computing and multimedia processing, machine learning, artificial intelligence and web semantics. Within Antwerp, where you will work, the overall IDLab research areas are machine learning and wireless networking. IDLab has a unique research infrastructure used in numerous national and international collaborations.
IDLab collaborates with many universities and research centres worldwide and jointly develops advanced technologies with industry (R&D centers from international companies, Flanders’ top innovating large companies and SME’s, as well as numerous ambitious startups).
For further development of the IDLab AI Applications team in the machine learning cluster, we are looking for a PhD candidate in Artificial Intelligence for process control in domains such as chemical engineering, water treatment and HVAC.
The AI Applications team aims to bring state-of-the-art machine learning methods to industry, bridging the gap between fundamental research and industrial applications. The team researches in areas such as data-driven modeling, deep learning and reinforcement learning to tackle real life problems. Our goal is to make AI safely and reliably applicable in industrial scenarios, where it should complement, enhance or replace the state of the art in complex control scenarios where current techniques fail to deliver. The team applies its AI solutions in domains such as chemical engineering, autonomous shipping, beyond-5G wireless communication, traffic management and logistics, in collaboration with key industry partners in their respective domains.
Recently, graph neural networks gained increasing popularity in domains such as social networks, urban road infrastructure, health science, or even inland waterways. Within our research group, we investigate how graph structures evolve using Spatio-temporal graph neural networks. Furthermore, the knowledge learned in a graph should be transferred to different graphs. Mechanics such as attention, encoding, embeddings, or external features are used within graph neural networks. In this research track, you will start with a state-of-the-art solution created at IDLab and further push the state-of-the-art in graph neural network research.
You interact and collaborate on a technical level with research partners, and will deploy your models in industrially relevant environments.
|Intitulé||PhD Vacancy in Artificial Intelligence for Graph Evolution Prediction|
|Employeur||University of Antwerp|
|Job location||Prinsstraat 13, 2000 Antwerpen|
|Publié||juillet 19, 2021|
|Date limite d'inscription||Non Spécifiée|
|Types d'emploi||PhD  |
|Domaines de recherche :||Génie chimique,   Intelligence artificielle,   Réseau de neurones artificiels,   Communications informatiques (réseaux),   Langages de programmation,   L'ingénierie numérique,   Apprentissage automatique  |