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PhD Position on The Topic Machine Learning for Event-based Middleware

A PhD scholarship in computer science is available at Technical University of Munich. Applications will be evaluated immediately.

The Chair for Application and Middleware Systems at the department of informatics is searching for a PhD student to work on the topic "Machine Learning for Event-Based Middleware".

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation have established the Chair for Application and Middleware Systems. Our aim is to perform high-quality research in the area of distributed systems and middleware.

Event-based middleware allows for the efficient dissemination of information from publishers to subscribers. In doing so, in current systems, the subscribers have to formulate their interests explicitly in a query. This can be cumbersome for a domain expert, who has to come up with a low-level formulation that expresses his high-level needs. We want to overcome this problem by applying machine learning techniques to automatically learn high-level concepts that are interesting to the subscribers and then apply them in filtering and aggregation of the information streams from the publishers.

To realize this vision, we are looking for a highly motivated student who has recently finished his/her Master's degree in computer science. This position comes with the opportunity to obtain a PhD.

We are looking forward to your application. Please send your CV, a short motivation letter, (if applicable) a list of publications (also blog posts and software projects), and full transcripts of records of your B.Sc. and M.Sc. studies, all combined in one single PDF document, to . Additionally, two reference letters must be directly sent from the issuing person to . Alternatively, you can send your application by mail.

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