Postdoc position on Digital Twin for real-time monitoring and anomaly detection of complex systems
Your mission :
The objective is a monitoring tool for complex mechanic systems that detects precursors of potential failure mechanisms, and proposes the safest set of actions to avoid failure in real time with the minimum necessary number of probes. The idea of this project is to establish a very fast digital twin of the tested machine that captures all the relevant physical phenomena and their links by combining mathematically-based and data-driven surrogate models. The digital twin will then be used for real-time assessment of new data collected during operation of the machine and their deviation from the predicted behavior.
Your mission is the development, implementation and testing of this digital twin.
Start date : As soon as possible
Postdoc position: “Edge AI Devices for DigiPredict, Exposome and Beyond”
Your mission :
The successful candidate will lead innovative research projects in a stimulating, open, and international research environment with a highly talented and motivated team, embedded in a strong network of academic and industrial collaborators.
The candidate will work in collaboration with 3 labs on program co-funded by the EPFL Center for Intelligent Systems (CIS):
- David Atienza (STI), head of the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL),
- Adrian Ionescu (STI), head of The Nanoelectronic Devices Laboratory (NANOLAB),
- Martin Jaggi (IC), head of Machine Learning and Optimization Laboratory (MLO).
This Postdoc will be affiliated
by to two of these EPFL laboratories (NANOLAB and ESL), and will work in cooperation with additional international medical partners. The topic to be developed in this post-doctoral position is multidisciplinary and includes the linking between Nanolab and ESL through the development of edge AI systems from the software mapping and architecture to the inclusion of new sensors and technologies.
Start date : The starting date is flexible, but an earlier start date is preferred.
Coronavirus: Innosuisse launches two new funding initiatives
Impulse programme “Swiss Innovation Power”
In November 2020, the Federal Council decided to launch the impulse programme “Swiss Innovation Power” through Innosuisse starting in 2021. The aim is to stimulate innovation activities during the current pandemic and ensure the long-term competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and other commercial organisations with a maximum of 500 full-time equivalents.
Open to applications since 7 January 2021.
With the Flagship Initiative, Innosuisse aims to promote projects that, thanks to their systemic and transdisciplinary approach, enable innovation in thematic areas that are of great relevance to the Swiss economy and society.
Open to applications since 14 January 2021.
CROSS – Collaborative Research on Science and Society. Call for projects: Responsible Innovation
The Collaborative Research on Science and Society (CROSS) Program encourages interdisciplinary projects that deal with current issues in society and technology, and that are carried out as a collaboration between researchers from EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) and UNIL (Université de Lausanne).
Through an annual call for projects, CROSS provides competitive grants to support the preparatory phase of new research endeavors with a view to obtaining major funding.
The CROSS 2022 theme is Responsible Innovation.
Deadline for submission: Submissions are received until 20 August, 2021. Selected projects will be notified in October, 2021.
Call for proposals – Organisation of ELLIS Summer/Winter Schools
As a grassroots initiative, the ELLIS network thrives on the distributed efforts of its members and units. As part of this strategy, the ELLIS Society is now issuing its first call for the organization of summer/winter schools for the 2022 ELLIS PhD & Postdoc Program cycle, to be held over one week. ELLIS units willing to organize a summer or winter school in 2022 should submit their proposals to [email protected] by August 15, 2021. Proposals will be reviewed by the PhD & Postdoc Committee and decisions are expected by the end of September.
Deadline: August 15, 2021
Who can apply: ELLIS Units
Senior Data Scientist 80-100%, Geneva | SRG SSR
The SRG SSR is looking for a Senior Data Scientist with a strong background in machine learning to join the Data team. You will help the team leverage user and content data to provide insight and strategic perspective to product, marketing, and content teams. You will also play a lead role in building machine learning models that represent user behavior and tastes and can be used to improve our analytics capabilities or as recommendation and personalization algorithms.
Starting date: As soon as possible
Application deadline: May 31, 2021