Postdoc on Digital Twins? Open positions in MSCA CO-FUND project, Uni Oslo, Norway

by Einar Broch Johnsen, Feb. 1, 2024

Are you interested in a postdoc on Digital Twins at the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway? Projects can span from theory, software engineering and formal methods to data science and AI, and across different application domains.

DSTrain is an interdisciplinary Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND post-doctoral training programme, co-funded by the European Commission, which will offer 36 full-time Postdoc positions for a duration of 36 months. The programme is hosted by University of Oslo, Norway’s main university. The Department of Informatics offers a leading research environment and Oslo one of the highest living standards in the world.

The postdoctoral positions are open to international high-potential early-stage researchers across a range of topics, including a broad range of topics related to Digital Twins, from theory, software engineering and formal methods, and semantic technologies to applications in domains such as engineering, health, climate and biodiversity. If you are interested in topics on formal methods and digital twins, and consider to apply, please get in touch! Let's work together on your application!

The first call is open with 18 postdoc positions, with an application deadline of April 14, 2024.

For more information,
- about DSTRAIN and the open call:
- about topics within digital twins: