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This highly selective interdisciplinary 3-year postdoctoral fellowship offers talented early-career scientists an extraordinary level of freedom, a competitive salary, discretionary research and travel funds, professional development, and an opportunity to collaborate with some of the leading minds in science.
Amazon’s Machine Learning group seeks full-time applicants in Palo Alto, CA. Candidates should be keen to think about problems from first principles, design provably correct algorithms and have a genuine desire to understand if their algorithms work on real, large, streaming and ever-changing datasets. Please send vita to email@example.com. (Amazon is an equal-opportunity employer.)
A 2-year postdoctoral position is available at the algorithms group of the Open University of Israel. The position is part of a research project on practical submodular maximization algorithms with good theoretical guarantees, and the successful applicant will be expected to devote part of his/her time to the project. The starting date is flexible between fall 2016 and spring 2017.
A postdoc position for 4 years with teaching responsibility (4 x 45mins per week) is available starting January 1, 2017. Research areas: Combinatorial algorithms and data structures.
For more information go to http://jobcenter.univie.ac.at/ and search for position 6753
A postdoc position for up to 2 years is available with Thomas Thierauf at Ulm University, Germany. The starting date is ideally in October 2016, but can be slightly shifted to a later point.
Topic is complexity theory, with a focus on Polynomial Identity Testing (PIT) and related subjects.
Permanent position equivalent to Assistant Prof. Responsible for teaching activities relevant to the Information Security and Assurance program (cryptography, information theory, coding theory) and for maintaining and advancing the scholarly, research and professional capabilities relevant to this area. You will also be required to supervise Masters and PhD research students.
The Department of Computing (DoC) at Imperial College London (ICL) invites applications for two permanent position at lectureship (or exceptionally senior lectureship) level in any area of CS. Lectureships are comparable to American Assistant Professorships. ICL is consistently ranked a worldwide top research university, and the DoC is one of the largest and highly ranked departments in the UK.