As an active center within Reykjavik University, CADIA employs a number of research and technical staff. This page lists the positions that are currently open for applications, including contact information for each position. Positions in CADIA are awarded based on merit, and we seek candidates with a proven record of excellence. Given that equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence, CADIA welcomes applications from individuals who will further expand its diversity; women and other underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. To learn more about CADIA, visit us at cadia.ru.is.
Applicants are expected to have a finished an MSc degree in computer science or a related field before starting the PhD program, as well as being proficient in English. To apply for a Ph.D. position, submit an application through Reykjavik University's online application system, including:
We hope to fill the following open Ph.D. positions as soon as possible.
The School of Computer Science at Reykjavik University is currently offering a number of funded Ph.D. studentships. For more information, see here: https://en.ru.is/scs/ph.d-studies/financial-assistance/phd-postions/
We hope to fill the following open positions for Research Specialists as soon as possible.
Applications are invited for a research position in text to speech systems at the Language and Voice Laboratory (lvl.ru.is) at Reykjavik University's School of Science and Engineering. The position is sponsored by the Icelandic Language Technology fund grant “Environment for building text-to-speech synthesis for Icelandic.” The main aim of the work will be to set up and advance research on speech synthesis back-end architectures for parametric speech synthesis. The successful candidate will work closely with the other members of the lab who focus on the language specific problems such as text normalization, phonemic analysis and phrasing. Even though the main objective of the work will be on Icelandic, working with other languages will be welcome. The successful candidate will contribute to the academic output of the lab as well as the publication of an open TTS environment for Icelandic.
For more information, see here: https://radningar.hr.is/storf/ViewJobOnWeb.aspx?jobid=3005