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NSF I/UCRC Center for Big Learning (CBL) at University of Florida (UF) is looking for excellent and naturally motivated PhD applicants to fill multiple positions with RA.
- Priority areas: deep learning, intelligent platforms, precision medicine, self-driving, recommender system, and smart robot.
- Applicants with Master's degrees are preferred.
- Experience with deep learning or large-scale software systems/clouds/big data platforms is a plus.
- Excellent programming skill is a plus.
- We are open to any exceptional candidates.
- More details can be found at http://www.andyli.ece.ufl.edu/index.php/opportunities/.
If you are interested, please send your detailed CV with highlights (awards, publications, projects, software), transcripts and GPA (unofficial ones are fine), ranking in your class/department, TOEFL and GRE scores, publications, and others (if applicable) in multiple PDF files in one email to Prof. Xiaolin Andy Li, http://www.andyli.ece.ufl.edu/index.php/contact/. To facilitate better communication, please set your email subject as "2017PhD-X-Y-Z" (X: your name; Y: your final degree (BS or MS); Z: final university), e.g., 2017PhD-DaZhang-MS-ZJU.
About NSF CBL (the first NSF Center on deep learning)
NSF I/UCRC Center for Big Learning (CBL) is under the auspices of the Industry & University Cooperative Research Center Program of National Science Foundation. With the vision of creating intelligence and leveraging collective wisdom from academia, industry, and governments, the CBL consortium focuses on large-scale deep learning, intelligent platforms, and DL-enabled big data applications in a broad spectrum of disciplines. CBL consists of four academic sites across the country and a large number (50+) of industry partners: Carnegie Mellon University (CMU, East), University of Florida (UF, South), University of Missouri at Kansas City (UMKC, Central), and University of Oregon (UO, West). Faculty members (60+) at these four sites have comprehensive expertise, covering key research themes and application disciplines. The consortium is sponsored by NSF and industry members over the world.
USNews ranks UF the top 10-20 in the top 50 national public universities. UF is rising towards Top 10 public universities with tremendous efforts and investment, http://ufpreeminence.org/.