The Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines (IIIM) is a newly-founded research institute focusing on artificial intelligence and simulation. We have positions open for research scientists and software engineers at both junior and senior levels. Of particular interest are individuals with both theoretical and hands-on experience in one or more of the following areas:
- Artificial intelligence, machine learning
- Machine perception (vision, hearing, proprioception), sensor fusion
- Cognitive robotics, human-robot interaction
If you are good at programming complex software systems, formulating fundamental research questions, and writing scientific reports or grant proposals, please submit your application or questions via email to: jobs -at- iiim.is. Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis. For more information about us, see IIIM.is (or our jobs section).
We cordially invite you to come see us during the Visindavaka festival on September 24th! At this annual event, held at the Reykjavik Art Museum in Hafnargata (see map below), you’ll get a chance to learn about our work: How we want to accelerate processes of innovation in ways never before possible, using intelligent software and simulations.
Continue reading Meet Us During Visindavaka Festival – European Researchers’ Night 2010!
Previously we posted an interview with Kristinn R. Thórisson, Director of IIIM, on the famed Robots Podcast show. Here is another invited interview on Robots Podcasts’ 50th episode anniversary special. Several interesting members of the AI community are included in this episode, as noted on the Robots Podcast website:
In today’s episode we speak with Jean-Christophe Zufferey on flying robots, Dan Kara on the robotics market, Kristinn Thórisson on AI, Andrea Thomaz on human robot interactions, Terry Fong on space robotics and Richard Jones on nano robots.
If you’d like to fast forward to Thorisson’s interview, it begins at about 29:30 into the show.
A post postdoctoral research project in the area of dynamic models for transitions towards sustainable transportation is available at Reykjavik University.
The research project aims to develop a behavioral, dynamic simulation model to explore the possible transition towards sustainable mobility. More specifically the transition from internal combustion engines using fossil fuel to alternative fuel vehicles such as full electric, hybrids, compressed natural gas, biofuels and hydrogen vehicles. Continue reading Postdoctoral research position on dynamic models for transitions towards sustainable transportation