Professors in Autonomous Driving Technology
In collaboration with Bolt, the University of Tartu has established an Autonomous Driving Lab and seeks to extend its scope by ambitious top-level researchers. We are seeking candidates in Autonomous Driving Technology in a broad sense, from artificial intelligence and end-to-end driving to mapping and localisation or other enabling infrastructure research and development. We can also host visiting researchers and offer collaborations on the existing technology platform.
- Professor of Autonomous Driving Technology (details on how to apply)
- Associate Professor of Autonomous Driving Technology (details on how to apply)
The Professor and the Associate Professor positions are both tenured positions. Qualifications for the post of Professor should include a history of strong leadership and vision. For the position of Associate Professor, an ambitious research development plan has to be presented. If in doubt, apply for both categories. The deadline for applications is the 2nd of August.
A competitive salary package of 100-130K and 60K-80K euro for Professor and Associate Professor respectively is offered, less 41% national taxes, depending on qualifications and experience.
For more information contact the Head of the Institute, Prof. Jaak Vilo, vilo [ät] ut.ee.
The University of Tartu is an outstanding centre of research and training in Estonia, one of the most digitalised countries in the world. Computer science is one of the flagships of the University, placing it among the top 200 worldwide by the Times Higher Education speciality ranking.
As the fastest growing and most international, the Institute of Computer Science hosts 100 academic staff and 80 PhD students representing over 30 nationalities and admits over 220 BSc and 220 MSc students annually. It is located in the ultra-modern Delta Centre, one of the truly unique environments for learning, research and innovation in all of Europe.
The common denominator for Estonian IT specialists is their creativity and the ability to ignore the concept of the impossible. Despite its small size, Estonia is home to the original core development teams of many great unicorns of the digital age, including Skype, Playtech, Wise, Pipedrive and Bolt.