Friday, November 28, 2014

Two Postdoc positions ( KU Leuven ) ERC Advanced Grant A-DATADRIVE-B for 1-year, extendable at ESAT-STADIUS

Marco Signoretto just sent me the following:
Dear Igor,

I hope everything is fine with you. Can you please post the following announcement [on] Nuit Blanche?


Sure thing, Marco. Here is the announcement:

2 Postdoc positions ERC Advanced Grant A-DATADRIVE-B for 1-year, extendable at ESAT-STADIUS.

The research group KU Leuven ESAT-STADIUS is currently offering 2 Postdoc positions (1-year, extendable) within the framework of the ERC Advanced Grant A-DATADRIVE-B (PI: Johan Suykens) on Advanced Data-Driven Black-box modelling.
The research positions relate to the following possible topics:
  1. Prior knowledge incorporation
  2. Kernels and tensors
  3. Modelling structured dynamical systems
  4. Sparsity
  5. Optimization algorithms
  6. Core models and mathematical foundations
  7. Next generation software tool
The research group ESAT-STADIUS at the university KU Leuven Belgium provides an excellent research environment being active in the broad area of mathematical engineering, including systems and control theory, neural networks and machine learning, nonlinear systems and complex networks, optimization, signal processing, bioinformatics and biomedicine.
The research will be conducted under the supervision of Prof. Johan Suykens. Interested candidates having a solid mathematical background and PhD degree can on-line apply at the website by including CV and motivation letter. For further information on these positions you may contact

dr. Marco Signoretto

FWO research fellow,
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,
Kasteelpark Arenberg 10, B-3001 LEUVEN - HEVERLEE (BELGIUM)
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