4 key reasons to work at the Institute of Computer Science
- Rapidly evolving organization – You will be joining a rapidly growing department with an ambitious strategic agenda.
- International and welcoming community – You will broaden your horizon and work with colleagues from all corners of the world. Over 30% of academic staff and over 30% of graduate students are international.
- Excellent work environment at the heart of Tartu – You will be working at Delta Centre – the newest and most modern facility, located on the riverside of Emajõgi.
- Best university in the region – You will be working at the best research universities in New Europe (13 nations that joined EU since 2004), placed among world top 250 universities in Computer Science according to Times Higher Education Rankings 2018.
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Academic job vacancies
Lecturer of Data Management
Duties and responsibilities
Lecturing and conducting seminars in the field of Data Management at all levels. Supervising research work of students. Participating in the research activities of the Data Systems research group in the Chair of Data Science, Institute of Computer Science. Participation in the work of the university’s decision-making bodies is recommended. Popularisation of the specialisation. See also: job description.
PhD or an equivalent qualification See also requirements for teaching and research staff. See also requirements for teaching and research staff.
Candidates are expected to have teaching experience in higher education establishments at the Bachelor and/or Masters levels. Research experience and publications in the field of Data Management or a related field are essential. A track record of publications in highly reputable venues in the field of Data Management or a related field is desirable. Experience in supervising students is also highly desirable.
Required language skills
Excellent command of English language is required. Knowledge of Estonian is an advantage.
Starting at: 01.08.2019
Workload : 1,00
Salary : Starting from 2300 euros according to qualifications See also UT salary rules. See also UT salary rules.
The starting date of the position can be negotiated.
The position is funded by Estonian government via IT Academy programme through the HITSA foundation.
Further information gives the Head of the Institute of Computer Science Prof Jaak Vilo, vilo [ät] ut.ee
Application documents and notification of results.