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The UCSD machine learning and theory groups are looking for strong post-doctoral applicants. Interest in broadly-defined data science is preferred, but all excellent candidates will be considered.
The Department of Computer Science at University of Copenhagen (DIKU), Denmark, seeks applications for PhD scholarship(s) within algorithms.
The Algorithms Group at DIKU is headed by Professors Mikkel Thorup and Stephen Alstrup. The group is prolific at the topmost conferences SODA, STOC, and FOCS. It is in strong growth involving several centers, more than 30 researchers and frequent international visitors.
Postdoc in algorithms and complexity at Oxford with Leslie Ann Goldberg.
The theory group at EPFL invites applications for a postdoctoral position hosted by Ola Svensson. An ideal candidate should have a strong research track-record and willingness to work on important challenges in theoretical computer science. The position comes with a competitive salary and generous support for scientific travel.
Email: ola + “dot” + svensson at epfl.ch
UCSD announces an exciting new initiative, the Data Science Postdoctoral Fellowship. We are looking for excellent self-motivated candidates in any field related to data science.
Tenure-track assistant Professor in Algorithms and Optimisation Department of Computer Science Faculty of Science
University of Copenhagen
Application deadline: 30 May 2017
Employment start: 1 November 2017
One year research position at a postdoctoral level (with a possible one year extension) is available at Algorithms research group (http://www.uib.no/rg/algo/), University of Bergen, Norway.
The successful candidate will work on “Multivariate Algorithms: New domains and paradigms” project funded by the Norwegian Research Council and led by Fedor Fomin. The objective of the project is t