We often have opportunities to join us, typically for PhD or MSc research, as a postdoctoral researcher, or as a software developer.
Being a member of the Trustworthy AI Lab at Ontario Tech provides substantial opportunity for developing collaborations with companies, non-profits, and other research groups nationally and internationally. Our lab members are expected to play an active role in these activities, as well as for advancing the lab’s mission to help make the relationship between AI and society work better. Our primary focus within this is to develop new knowledge and understanding concerning how to build AI systems that can reflect on, expose, and enhance their trustworthiness to people and each other.
We aspire to be a collaborative, open-minded, inclusive, supportive, and fun environment for researchers to work and grow in, and we welcome applications from candidates who want to help us to advance this culture.
Details of funded vacancies can be found below. You are welcome to reach out to Peter directly regarding these or other proposals.
The Forensic Chemistry & Materials Lab and Trustworthy AI Lab at Ontario Tech University have an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow (PDF) on an exciting new interdisciplinary project in the area of machine learning for bloodstain pattern analysis in crime scene investigation.
The Trustworthy AI Lab in the Faculty of Business and IT at Ontario Tech University, in collaboration with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB), has an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow (PDF) in the area of accessible explainable artificial intelligence.