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9 positions for doctoral students in DFG Research Training Group HEARAZ

At the University of Oldenburg and at the University of Bremen up to 9 positions for doctoral students (TV-L 13 100%) in the three research areas perception (P), communication (C) and mobility (M) are available for scientific qualification according to § 2 para. 1 WissZeitVG, starting between November 2024 and April 2025, limited to 36 months. All positions are suitable for part-time employment.

HEARAZ offers access to excellent facilities and laboratories, data and computing infrastructure, attractive workplaces, diverse and responsible tasks, a wide scope of advanced training options, and flexible working arrangements.

All doctoral students are supervised by an interdisciplinary team of at least two highly qualified professors providing their complementary expertise, infrastructure, and networks. Doctoral students are encouraged to develop their skills and networks by visiting HEARAZ partners and world-renowned institutions for extended research stays.


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Hiwi Job: Machine Listening

We are looking for interested students for a student assistant position in an interdisciplinary project. In this project, we are working on equipping machines with the human ability of selective listening (also referred to as the cocktail party problem).

Job Vacancy: Postdoctoral Researcher under the MyVoice Project

The Cognitive Systems Lab offers a position as postdoctoral researcher in the field of machine learning and speech processing. In the MyVoice project, muscle activity signals (Electromyography) are processed using machine learning methods in order to synthesize acoustic speech signals. The research project will be conducted at the Cognitive Systems Lab in cooperation with the Istituto Dalle Molle di Studi sull'Intelligenza Artificiale in Switzerland. 

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Hiwi Job: Developing a Framework for Interactive Online Experiments

We are looking for interested students for a student assistant job in an interdisciplinary project. In this project, we are investigating how the similarity of non-verbal facial cues (e.g., movements or headwear) affects social interaction. We use VR techniques to create experiments, e.g., a video conference with real-time animated avatars.