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Das Institut für Wissensbasierte Mathematische Systeme an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz sucht eineN

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für eine unbefristete Anstellung im halben Beschäftigungsausmaß (20 Wochenstunden). Wir sind eine interdisziplinäre Gruppe von zwölf ForscherInnen, die auf den Gebieten der fuzzy logic, des maschinellen Lernens sowie der Bild- und Signalverarbeitung arbeitet. Unsere Projekte verbinden typischer Weise Grundlagenforschung mit Anwendungen in einem industriellen Umfeld.

Open Phd Position in "Transfer Learning"

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Open PhD Position in "Transfer Learning"

The ‘Department of Knowledge-based Mathematical Systems’ (KBMS) at the Johannes Kepler University Linz and the ‘Software Competence Center Hagenberg’ (SCCH) are offering a PhD position in the field of transfer learning with soft computing models for regression problems.
The basic task is to transfer knowledge from one or a number of original source tasks to one or more similar target tasks with little training data available for each, while achieving robust and consistent models.
 

Jobs für Studierende / Student jobs

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Jobs für Studierende / Student jobs

Seit vielen Jahren bietet unser Institut Mathematik-Lehrveranstaltungen für Studierende der Technischen Mathematik, Informatik, Mechatronik, Informationselektronik, Kunststofftechnik und Wirtschaftswissenschaften an.
 

Open PhD Position

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Open PhD Position (Transfer Learning)

The Department of Knowledge-based Mathematical Systems at the Johannes Kepler University Linz in collaboration with the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) is offering a PhD position in the field of "transfer learning", a specific research direction within the field of machine learning and data-driven modeling.

Best Paper Award @ IFAC MIM 2013

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Best Paper Award @ IFAC MIM 2013

Francisco Serdio recieved the Best Paper Award at the IFAC Conference on Manufacturing, Modelling, Management and Control (IFAC MIM) 2013 in Saint Petersburg for the outstanding paper

Condition Monitoring at Rolling Mills with Data-Driven Residual-Based Fault Detection
by Francisco Serdio, Edwin Lughofer, Thomas Buchegger, Kurt Pichler and Hajrudin Efendic
 

Partner of the granted 'IKT of the Future'-Project "useML"

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Partner of the granted 'IKT of the Future'-Project  "useML"

Our department is a scientific partner
of the granted IKT of the Future-Project

"useML - Improving the Usability of Machine Learning in Industrial Inspection Systems"
 
Coordination: Profactor
Partners:  MIBA, Sony DADC Austria

Book 'Learning in Non-Stationary Environments' released (Springer, New York)

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Book 'Learning in Non-Stationary Environments' released (Springer, New York)

The book Learning in Non-Stationary Environments: Methods and Applications offers a wide-ranging, comprehensive review of recent developments and important methodologies from renowned international researchers in the field of incremental learning and evolving methods for handling increased system complexity, state changes, new upcoming operation modes and dynamic environmental influences.

Verena Schlager received an Erwin Wenzl Award

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Verena Schlager received an Erwin Wenzl Award.

Verena Schlager received an Erwin Wenzl Award (Anerkennungspreis) for her Master Thesis "Coherence Probe Microscopy 3D Image Processing" on November 14, 2011.

 

The JKU campus offices of our Department move into Science Park II.

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The JKU campus offices of our Department move into Science Park II.

The offices of the Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems which are located on the JKU campus in Linz will move from the Kopfgebäude to the new Science Park II building, also located at the JKU Campus across the Altenbergerstraße. As of August 22, 2001, you can find us on the 6th floor in the Science Park II.

Open PhD Position

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Open PhD Position (Fault Detection with Data-Driven Models)

The Department of Knowledge-based Mathematical Systems’ at the Johannes Kepler University Linz is offering a PhD position in the field of fault detection and diagnosis with data-driven process models based on system identification, soft computing and machine learning techniques.

pureImage 2011.05 released

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pureImage 2011.05 released

We are proud to announce the third public release of pureImage.

Open PhD Position

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Open PhD Position (Soft Computing Methods)

The Department of Knowledge-based Mathematical Systems at the Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria) is offering a PhD position in the field of performance optimization in the design of electrical drives with soft computing and data-driven methods.

The basic task is to enhance the currently available techniques for initial design process parameter optimization specified by customers, in order to obtain an optimal cost-performance ratio of the electrical drives.

Monography on 'Evolving Fuzzy Systems' released (Springer Berlin)

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Monography on 'Evolving Fuzzy Systems' released (Springer Berlin)

Evolving fuzzy systems (EFS) are a powerful tool to cope with changing system dynamics, new operating conditions, varying human behaviors or environmental influences, as they are able to automatically adapt parameters and expand their structure, allowing on-line real-time modeling from data streams. In a wider sense, as they are able to permanently learn in dynamic enviroments and extending their 'memory' on-the-fly, they can be seen as a contribution to computational resp. artificial intelligence.

pureImage 2010.12 released

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pureImage 2010.12 with core 1.1.0 released

After passing its first public beta test at Science night 2010, the next release of pureImage finally is released.

This release contains lots of fixed issues, as well as a number of new features:

* Addition of variable arguments to be used when a plug-in should handle multiple argument types.
* The `Runtime` provides a registry mechanism for properties.
* API cleanup of plug-in interface, `Runtime` and `BaseApplication`.

K-Project "PAC" started

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K-Project "PAC" started 

PAC = Process Analytical Chemistry - Data Acquisition and Data Processing
Coordination: Recendt Partners: over 10 industrial partners from chemical industry, over 10 scientific national and international partners, for further information click here
Topics: Chemometric Modeling, Statistics, Data-Driven Modeling, Machine Learning, Incremental Techniques, Calibration, Quantification, Prediction, Anomaly Detection

pureImage 1.0.0 released

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pureImage 1.0.0 released

The first public release of pureImage, version 1.0.0, has been made available under the terms of the GPL v3 today.

After more than one year of development, five seminar and workshop presentations, countless discussions about architecture, and 432 revisions, we finally are convinced that pureImage is stable enough for its first release.

pureImage is a plug-in development framework that provides a common plug-in interface, generic data structures, and a uniform workflow managed by a runtime environment.

Open PostDoc Position

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Open PostDoc Position

The Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria) invites applications for a fulltime, tenure-track research and teaching position at the Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems available October 1, 2010. Appointees will be expected to teach, pursue their research and perform department and university service.

Required qualifications: PhD (or equivalent) in Mathematics or Computer Science, demonstrated achievements or potential for excellence in research, teaching, and professional service.

Bilateral FWF/DFG Project 'Interpretable and Reliable Evolving Fuzzy Systems (IREFS)' started

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Bilateral FWF/DFG Project 'Interpretable and Reliable Evolving Fuzzy Systems (IREFS)' started

This bilateral research project between our department and the
Knowledge Engineering & Bioinformatics Department

PhD-Position ‘Machine Learning and Data Mining Methods for High-Dimensional Spectral Data’

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PhD position in the field of chemometric modeling

The basic task is to develop enhanced methods for chemometric calibration models, which are used in the field of process analytic chemistry in order to perform automatic quantification of concentrations of relevant chemical substances. Apart from aiming at accurate quantification statements, other important goals include anomaly detection, prediction of future states and convergence of batch processes.

Partner of the granted K-Project "Process Analytical Chemistry - Data Acquisition and Data Processing"

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Partner of the granted K-Project
"PAC - Data Acquisition and Data Processing"

Our department is a scientific partner in the granted K-Project
"Process Analytical Chemistry - Data Acquisition and Data Processing"
Coordination: UAR 
Partners: over 10 industrial partners from chemical industry, over 10 scientific national and international partners, for further information click here

Partner in new Christian Doppler Laboratorium CDL-MS-MACH

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Partner in new Christian Doppler Laboratorium CDL-MS-MACH

Our department is a scientific partner in the new Christian Doppler Laboratorium CDL-MS-MACH - CD-Labor für mikroskopische und spektroskopische Materialcharakterisierung, head: David Stifter, ZONA, JKU.

"Talentförderungsprämie" goes to Susanne Saminger-Platz

Susanne Saminger-Platz has been awarded a "Talentförderungsprämie" in the category Science by the Upper Austrian government. The ceremony took place Tuesday, November 17, 10 am.

The Governor of Upper Austria, Dr. Josef Pühringer, congratulates Dr. Susanne Saminger-Platz.

FWF project has been started

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New FWF project has been started

FWF project "Image Similarity based on the Discrepancy Norm" has been started on October 1st, 2009, in co-operation with our research parner SCCH.