The Institute of Information Science
at Academia Sinica
Taiwan, R.O.C. has the following position openings: Assistant Research Fellows, Associate Research Fellows, and Research Fellows (equivalent to the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Professors), preferably in areas related to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Academia Sinica is the national academic research institution in Taiwan. Led by Dr. James C. Liao, a world-renowned scientist and the chief scientific advisor to the R.O.C. government, Academia Sinica conducts research on a broad spectrum of subjects in science and humanities. The Institute of Information Science is committed to quality research in computer and information science. There are over 300 full-time postdoctoral fellows and research assistants (mostly with master degree) working with a faculty of 41 research fellows on various projects. Excellent computing facilities and lab spaces are available for dedicated long term research. Current research activities are focused on Algorithms and Computation Theory, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Cryptography, Bioinformatics, Chinese Information Processing, Data Mining, Formal Methods, Multimedia, Computer Systems and Networking.
There are two International Ph.D. programs hosted by IIS, one in Bioinformatics and the other in Social Networks and Human Centered Computing.
All candidates should have a Ph.D. degree in computer science or closely related fields with good research background and publication records.
All candidates should send the following documents in Word or PDF file(incomplete application will not be reviewed):
1. a detailed curriculum vita
2. Research statement and future research plan
3.copies of selected publications and publication list
4. minimum of 2 recommendation letters
5. a doctoral degree certificate or a letter indicating expected completion date of the degree requirement
Dr. Yuan-Hao Chang, Deputy Director
Institute of Information Science
Nankang 115, Taipei, Taiwan
TEL: 886-2-2788-3799 ext.1612
Fluency in Chinese is an advantage, but not required. For additional information about IIS, please visit http://www.iis.sinica.edu.tw