ISTLab - Information Systems Technology Laboratory
Joining the Lab
We are always looking for brilliant people to join our growing group. New ISTLab members can join as researchers, PhD candidates, research associates, or research assistants.

ISTLab researchers are typically academic members of the Athens University of Economics and Business or post-doctoral researchers working within the Lab.

PhD candidates joining the lab must be enrolled and active in an academic PhD programme. Twice a year the Department of Management Science and Technology of the Athens University of Economics and Business issues a call for new PhD candidates. PhD candidates have a graduate and postgraduate degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or equivalent qualifications. They have the opportunity to manage and work on a number of cutting edge research initiatives.

Research associates have a degree (or are in their final year of study) in Computer Science, Information Systems, or an equivalent programme. They can participate in our research activities with a chance to influence the future of Information Systems Technology.

We have also a limited number of open positions for research assistants: exceptional undergraduate students who wish to gain meaningful research experience or external affiliates providing consulting or administrative support to the Lab's activities.

Collaboration Opportunities

We are always interested in establishing collaboration links with leading industrial and academic partners. Becoming an ISTLab collaborator provides you a valuable link with one of the most dynamic research groups in our area. Benefits include research collaboration opportunities, the participation in organised events, advance information on new activities, a listing of your organisation's name and logo in our site's web page, and periodic research intelligence updates.

For more details contact the head of the group closest to your area of interest.

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