Basic and application-oriented research in the field of neuromorphic computing and sensing
Work in a dynamic, international, and innovative working environment with excellent equipment
Use and simulation of event sensors and data
Implementation, training, and evaluation of (spiking) neural networks
Presentation of results on project level and at international conferences and in journals
The possibility to do a PhD is given
Master’s degree in Computer Science, or a related field.
Sound knowledge in the field of machine learning, especially deep learning
Ideally experience with neuromorphic computing and/or event cameras
Good programming skills in at least one established programming language
Creativity, independence, team spirit, and a proactive attitude
Good German and English language skills
The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) has operated as a non-profit, Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) since 1988. DFKI combines scientific excellence and commercially-oriented value creation with social awareness and is recognized as a major “Center of Excellence” by the international scientific community. In the field of artificial intelligence, DFKI has focused on the goal of human-centric AI for more than 30 years. Research is committed to essential, future-oriented areas of application and socially relevant topics.
DFKI encourages applications from people with disability; DFKI intends to increase the proportion of female employees in the field of science and encourages women to apply for this position.