If you are pursuing your bachelor/master degree in computer science or mathematics at TU Wien and are interested in formal methods, verification, machine learning, probability theory, then please contact us.
We are hiring student employees to join our team and develop the next techniques and technologies to automatically reason about probabilistic systems. Strong knowledge in probability theory is not required. If you are motivated to learn and do academic research we will be able to find a suitable topic. Good programming skills are a plus. The work can be combined with semester projects and a bachelor/master thesis and will potentially lead to research papers.
Potential topics are:
- Probabilistic invariant generation
- Auotamtic Termination Analysis of Probabilistic Programs
- Verifying/monitoring machine learning components
- Develop new software tools to analyize probabilistic programs
According to TU Wien regulations we are hiring up to 20 hours/week with a gross salary of 1.058,30 EUR. If you are interested please contact Marcel Moosbrugger (email@example.com).