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Institution Faculty of Social Sciences - Geschwister-Scholl-Institute of Political Science - Chair of Political Systems and European Integration Prof. Dr. Klaus H. Goetz
Remuneration group TV-L E13
Full-time / Part-time Part-time (50%)
Start date As soon as possible (initially limited to one year)
Application deadline 2024-04-15

We are looking for you:

Research Assistant Computer Data Science (m/f/x)

in Munich

Your tasks and responsibilities:

The position is part of the ERC Advanced Grant project SYNCPOL. Further details can be found here.

  • Work as a team member of the ERC research project SYNCPOL
  • Artificial intelligence for the classification of temporal preferences in communication data.
  • Data acquisition, processing, and supervised evaluation
  • Data visualization

Your qualifications:

  • Master's degree or doctorate in computer science or a similar course of study with a focus on artificial intelligence
  • Additionally advantageous: Basic knowledge in an area of one or more social sciences


We offer you an interesting and responsible job with good opportunities for further training and development. Your workplace is in a central location in Munich and is easily accessible by public transport.

You will be paid according to TV-L, pay group E13. The position is limited to one year, with the prospect of an extension.

LMU has signed the "Diversity Charter" and is committed to the diversity of its employees. We therefore actively promote gender equality. We support the compatibility of work and family life. LMU information on family matters is available here.

People with disabilities who are equally as qualified as other applicants will receive preferential treatment.


Please send your application (letter of application, CV, list of publications, lectures, and, if applicable, third-party funded projects, copies of certificates) in a PDF document by 15 April 2024 by e-mail to Karin Nutzinger ( If you have any questions, please also contact us at this e-mail address.

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