The most interesting topic in the call is supervised by Prof. Samuel Kaski at AaltoPML (and you may collaborate with me too :)
We are looking for PhD candidates interested in probabilistic modeling and machine learning, both theory and applications. Main keywords include Bayesian inference and multiple data sources. Strong application areas with excellent collaboration opportunities are: personalized medicine, bioinformatics, user interaction, brain signal analysis, information visualization and intelligent information access. The group has several excellent postdocs who participate in supervision. We belong to the Finnish Center of Excellence in Computational Inference Research COIN.
Although this description doesn’t mention it, the research may also be related to Stan.
And before Andrew comments, I just say that right now in the winter, south Finland is warmer than New York or Iceland!