August 31, 2018

Developer, PhD and Postdoc positions at Institute of Digital Games - We're Hiring

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Come and work with Prof. Georgios Yannakakis and Dr. Antonis Liapis, and our team at the Institute of Digital Games - University of Malta in the areas of artificial intelligence and games, machine learning, affective computing, and computational creativity.

Research Support Officer I – Developer – Part-time – Average of 20 hours per week:

  • Have excellent programming skills demonstrated though software prototypes and projects with an emphasis on machine and deep learning, data mining, data analysis and visualization, procedural content generation.

Research Support Officer – PhD Student – Full-time - Hold (or in the process of obtaining) a Master's Degree in Computer Science, AI, Engineering, Digital Game Technology, or relevant fields.

Regarding the PhD student position, we are looking for excellent candidates with a background at the crossroads of artificial and computational intelligence, data science, computational creativity, affective computing, and machine learning. In particular, we are interested in candidates with a good grasp of as many of the following areas as possible: affective modelling, player modelling, procedural content generation, computational creativity in games, game analytics, deep learning, general artificial intelligence, data visualization, data mining, human-computer interfaces, personalization. Industry experience with game data analysis will be considered advantageous.

Research Support Officer III – Postdoctoral fellow – Full-time or Part-Time – 20 to 40 hours per week:

  • Hold a PhD Degree in Computer Science, AI, Engineering, Applied Math, Interaction Design, or relevant fields.
  • Excellent research output demonstrated through top-ranked publications in the aforementioned areas of research.
  • Have experience working in EU-funded projects.
  • Research management experience is desired.

More info on the open positions here:

The deadline for applications is Sep-24.

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