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Dancing with Pixies?...

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Connection Science

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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Postdoctoral position in Fuzzy Logics, Vienna

http://www.logic.at/WWTF016/

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
 1 Post-Doctoral Position at the Vienna University of Technology

The position is associated to the project "Fuzzy Logics: from
Mathematics to Medical Application" funded by the Vienna Science and
Technology Fund WWTF.
The project is a cooperation between the Vienna University of
 Technology  (Dr. Agata Ciabattoni)
 and the Medical University of Vienna (Univ.-Prof.Dr.Klaus-Peter
 Adlassnig). Further details can be found at
                   http://www.logic.at/WWTF016/.

* Candidates are expected to have very good knowledge in mathematical
logic, knowledge representation and/or formal ontologies.
They should have (or shortly expect to receive) a PhD in Computer
Science, Artificial Intelligence or a closely related field.
* The post is for a fixed term appointment of up to 24 months.
* Application deadline is March 8, 2010.
* The application, containing the candidate's cv, a short description
of his/her research interests and achievements and at least one
recommendation letter, should be sent to postdoc2010@logic.at.