We seek highly motivated team players to join our dynamic administration team. Key abilities for candidates are excellent communications skills, the desire to contribute towards a rapidly growing organization, initiative, and good knowledge of English. Please, send your CV to hr () csri ! gr should any job opportunities arise. Please use “Administrative position” in the subject of your email.


We are always interested in highly qualified and enthusiastic researchers in any of the research topics addressed in CSRI. Please send us your CV and a Letter of Interest at hr () csri ! gr  and we will make sure to contact you when the next available vacancy arises. Please use “Research position” in the subject of your email.


We offer non-stipendiary research training opportunities for undergraduate and  postgraduate students in all research topics addressed in our institution. Through this scheme, you will gain experience in working amidst a research team engaged in national and international research and development projects, as well as hands-on training on computational tools, experimental protocols, methods and practices in a variety of research topics. Interested participants should send us their CV and a Letter of Motivation at hr () csri ! gr with “Student position” as the subject.

Special Scheme: ERASMUS+ Traineeship

CSRI participates in the European ERASMUS+ Traineeship Scheme which offers stipendiary training opportunities to graduate students from European Universities. Anyone interested should first read all details of this scheme in the official ERASMUS+ Traineeship pages  and then go through the CSRI information package for ERASMUS Traineeships in which the application process is sketched. As mentioned in the information package, the following documents have to be filled in and mailed to CSRI and in particular to the CSRI ERASMUS+ Traineeship Coordinator, Dr Argiro Vataki (avataki () csri ! gr) , with ERASMUS+ Traineeship as the subject of the email:

Currently, CSRI is interested in traineeships on a number of topics including –but not limited to- the following:

  • Visualisation of graph databases (for Computer Science graduates, UI Design and programming fundamentals essential)
  • Cognitive Multisensory and Multimodal Knowledge Bases/Ontologies (for Linguistics and/or Computational Linguistics graduates, Ontology and Knowledge Representation fundamentals essential, native knowledge of Chinese, Russian or Arabic Languages preferred but not essential)

For updated information on CSRI specific research topics available at different times and other details on ERASMUS+ Traineeships, please visit the ERASMUS Intern portal.