Job openings AND MASTER THESIS
Current Job Openings
Are you passionate about creating value from big data?
Senior researcher with focus in machine learning needed to our team in Västerås.
RISE SICS Västerås is looking for a full time senior researcher, possibly a “postdoc”. The position is initially funded from the FUDIPO project which is a new Horizon 2020 research and innovation action under the Industry 2020 in the Circular Economy sub-call. The research area includes monitoring and control of data-intensive processes by leveraging and combining Big Data analytics tools that can be utilized by process industries and power plants in order to enhance the production efficiency and thus saving resources, energy, and the environment. At SICS, we will address the challenges by making use of novel machine learning methods that learn from previous situations. Projects will be performed in close cooperation with Swedish industry and international research partners.
Are you ready to change the world?
UX/Design researcher needed for SICS Västerås
Imagine a world, where the serious industries are enjoyable places to work, where factories have information tools with superior UX, where the decision makers can see all their data presented in an attractive and smart way, so that their decisions become well-informed. Imagine power plants, robotics and factories from the science fiction. We at RISE SICS Västerås are building this beautiful industry today and looking for a driven UX/design researcher to join the team to make this vision happen!
Site manager SICS South and lab leader for Reliable Wireless Lab
in Lund -Closed 23 Feb. 2017
Research position open at Decisions, networks and analytics LaB (DNA)
SICS Swedish ICT AB currently offers a research position for a postgraduate M. Sc. engineer or Ph. D. postdoc interested in creating technically sustainable solutions based on the combination of modeling and systems development within the the topic of Network Intelligence.
Please send your application to HR: marie.edlund [at] sics.se
SICS North i Luleå söker
Forskningsledare och forskare inom Datacenterteknik pågående intervjuer
Vi söker nu forskningsledare och forskare med akademisk och industriell erfarenhet för att utveckla, demonstrera och värdera metoder, teknik och tillämpningar för datacenterteknologier. Vårt arbetssätt är integrerad innovation där vi hjälper kunder att skapa nya eller förbättrade produkter och tjänster baserat på den forskning och kunskap som våra experter byggt upp. Läs mer här
Välkommen med din ansökan till HR: marie.edlund [at] sics.se
Post Doc at Security lab at SICS in either Cloud infrastructure, Software Defined Networking (SDN) or
Internet of Things (IoT)
SICS Security lab invites applications for a 1-year postdoctoral researcher position in the area of either Cloud infrastructure, Software Defined Networking (SDN) or Internet of Things (IoT), to begin in November 2016 or later (latest starting date January 1, 2017). Application deadline: October 15th, 2016. See the requirements and application here.
Every year SICS hosts a number of selected students for Master Thesis work. If you would like to be one of those students, please read the Group pages carefully and find out in which lab your field of interest belongs, before contacting the lab manager.
We have the following opportunities for Master Thesis work at the moment:
PEOPLE TECHNOLOGIES LAB:
- Blockchain and smart contracts Technology in IoT applications
- Identification of Encrypted Biometric Data
- User privacy in the age of smartphones
NETWORKED EMBEDDED SYSTEMS GROUP:
- Digital Certificates for the Internet of Things
- Ransomware for the Internet of Things
- Scaling IoT Simulation
- IoT Localization: Asset Tracking With Long Range Sub-GHz Radios
SOFTWARE AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING LABORATORY:
- Detecting Challenging Programming Tasks Using EEG Neurofeedback
- Quality Assurance under Extreme Time Pressure - A Hackathon Case Study
- Source Code Visualization Using the Unity Game Engine
- Anomaly detection with Microsoft Azure
- Guided Test Execution through Analysis of Test Case Dependencies