Katja Hose


A postdoctoral fellowship is available at the Center for Data-Intensive Systems (http://daisy.aau.dk), Department of Computer Science at Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark. The fellowship is available immediately with a flexible starting date within the next couple of months.


  1. PhD in computer science

  2. excellent scientific background and publication record

  3. demonstrated ability to work independently as well as in a team

  4. excellent communication skills in English, oral as well as written

  5. good programming skills

Advanced experience in at least two of the following areas:

  1. Semantic Web Technologies, Linked Data

  2. Open Data, information extraction, information retrieval

  3. data integration and data quality

  4. machine intelligence


  1. perform excellent scientific research

  2. develop research prototypes and conduct experiments

  3. publish in international conferences and journals

  4. participate in activities of the group and the department


The fellowship is initially available for 1 year with the possibility of extension based on mutual agreement. The annual salary is approximately DKK 450.000 (ca. EUR 60,000, inclusive of pension contributions and pre taxes).

The application should contain:

  1. cover letter with motivation and preferred starting date

  2. research statement

  3. CV including a list of publications

  4. copies of two relevant publications

  5. copies of certificates for all obtained degrees

  6. contact information of two references

The requested information should be sent as a single PDF to Katja Hose.


For further information and details, please contact Katja Hose.

About Daisy:

The database researchers at Daisy conduct research in semantic technologies, spatio-temporal data management, data warehousing, and business intelligence. International evaluations place Daisy in the global top tier. An independent study of publication performance in the top database outlets in the 10-year period 2001-2010 ranks Daisy second among all research groups in Europe. More information about Daisy can be found at http://daisy.aau.dk.

About Aalborg:

Aalborg is a lively city with numerous cultural attractions. The area features relatively low cost of living, clean air, beautiful forests and beaches, and very good transportation infrastructure. A recent report on European cities ranks Aalborg highest: http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docgener/studies/pdf/urban/survey2013_en.pdf.

Postdoctoral Fellowship