«A place where knowledge is created» - As one of Europe's leading universities of economics and business administration, the University of St.Gallen (HSG), Switzerland, is committed to the education of over 8500 students and is one of the largest employers in the region, providing around 3100 employees with an attractive and innovative environment for research.
The Institute of Computer Science at the University of St. Gallen is seeking a candidate for a position for the implementation of pilot applications of language technologies in the context of cybersecurity situational awareness, per January 1, 2020 or by mutual agreement. The Research Assistant position is part of a European H2020 Framework Programme project.
Research assistant for Language Technologies for Cybersecurity Situational Awareness
This position deals with the interdisciplinary domain of language technologies and cybersecurity in the context of situational awareness for the public sector.

We are looking for candidates having a completed M.Sc in Information Systems or equivalent degree by the time of appointment with the following work experiences:
  • Modelling and requirements engineering;
  • Knowledge representation models and methods;
  • Applications of language technologies in the cybersecurity domain.
We expect the successful candidate to be fluent in written and spoken English and having a working knowledge of German. Large previous experience in European projects in tasks related to project management is a plus.
The University of St.Gallen commits itself to increasing the number of international and female scholars among its faculty. Therefore, we especially welcome applications from international scholars and women.
Candidates should submit their application, including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, references, publications list, teaching evaluations, and three publications that best represent their current research profile, in electronic form to Prof. Dr. Siegfried Handschuh (siegfried.handschuh@unisg.ch). The deadline for applications is
November 30st, 2019.
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