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
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