Professor Ralph Koijen seeks a highly skilled and motivated individual to work as full-time research assistant for a period of at least one year. The preferred start date is July 1, 2024 although earlier or later start dates may be feasible, including starting this academic year. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The first review is November 15, 2023, and application review will continue after this date until the position is filled.
We are looking for a research professional who is very skilled in machine learning, in particular large language models. Ideally, you have a Masters in computer science, but a strong undergraduate training in computer science is a fine substitute. Knowledge of economics/finance is optional. Still, the position is particularly instructive if you want to pursue a PhD later, in computer science or economics/finance.
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