Research Fellow in Applied Software Engineering - KTP Associate

£31,542 - £43,533

London, Greater London - 27 months

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Job description

UCL and Turing Intelligence Technology Limited are coming together through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), a national scheme which helps businesses to innovate and grow, by linking businesses with a university and a highly-qualified graduate, known as a KTP Associate. We are now recruiting for a KTP Associate who will work full-time on this innovative project putting the latest academic research into practice, based at the Turing Intelligence Technology offices.
This is a unique opportunity to gain commercial skills and experience, working inside a dynamic business which is changing the face of intelligent system engineering, and working alongside world-leading academics on an innovative and scientifically rigorous project.

Project description

This KTP project aims to devise and integrate cutting-edge techniques into the Turing Intelligence Technology’s platform to decrease the costly runtime optimisation process and consequently speed-up the delivery of the optimised product to the client. The successful applicant’s work on the KTP project will drive forward ongoing UCL research in profiling strategies benchmarking, test case sampling strategies and software performance prediction models. The successful applicant will work with the UCL team on disseminating the results of the KTP in peer-reviewed publications and outlets.

About the business

Turing Intelligence Technology empowers enterprise optimisation with advanced AI. Founded in 2018 and based in London, we have built the world’s first AI optimisation platform, enabling enterprises to automatically create, deploy and optimise AI at scale. Powered by Turing Intelligence Technology’s award-winning research in evolutionary optimisation, our platform enables everyone to create world-expert level AI with trust and efficiency. Turing Intelligence Technology is built by AI researchers. Our innovative research findings help business unlock business values of AI-based optimisation. We continuously advance our research by partnering with prestigious academic institutions such as University College London. We are backed by well-known VCs and supported by tech-giants such as Microsoft for Start-ups.

Computer science, software engineering, machine learning

Computer science, intelligent systems engineering

BSc and Msc in Computer Science (or closely related subject) and ideally a PhD in Computer Science

23 February 2021

16 March 2021

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UCL and Turing Intelligence Technology Limited are coming together through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), a national scheme which helps businesses to innovate and grow, by linking businesses with a university and a highly-qualified graduate, known as a KTP Associate. We are now recruiting for a KTP Associate who will work full-time on this innovative project putting the latest academic research into practice, based at the Turing Intelligence Technology offices.
This is a unique opportunity to gain commercial skills and experience, working inside a dynamic business which is changing the face of intelligent system engineering, and working alongside world-leading academics on an innovative and scientifically rigorous project.