DIMACS, the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, invites applications for a postdoctoral position associated with the Center. It is a two-year postdoctoral associateship with the first year (2019-2020) spent at DIMACS, and the second year (2020-2021) spent at IAS. There is a requirement to teach one course during the first year (typically in the fall semester).
A postdoc position is available at IRIF, CNRS, located at Paris, France, under the guidance of Amos Korman. The topic concerns the study of algorithmic game theoretical principles with a special focus on animal contexts. The study will include a large purely theoretical component but will also strive to connect to biology experiments, which are performed by collaborating biologists in Israel.
The two postdoc positions starting in the course of 2019 are funded by Prof. Bürgisser’s ERC Advanced Grant “COCAN: Complexity and Condition in Algebra and Numerics” and do not involve teaching duties. Topics: numerical algorithms in algebraic geometry, random real algebraic varieties, computational (and geometric) invariant theory, complexity theory, convex optimization.
IRIF (Paris, France), is seeking excellent candidates for about 10 postdoc positions in all areas of the TCS.
The positions are financed either by the laboratory resources, group or personal grants, or by joint applications of IRIF members and the candidate to outside funding agencies. The starting date of the positions will be in the course of 2019, usually around September-October.
The Computer Science and Eng. Dep. of the European University Cyprus and AAI Scientific Cultural Services Ltd. invite applications for 2 positions of Researchers to work on clustering problems using mainly using Graph Theory (for ~2 years). The developed solutions will also be implemented. The Gross Monthly Salary is approx 1,670 – 2,500 euros.
TTIC invites applications for the following positions: 3-year research assistant professor, tenure-track assistant professor, tenured full or associate professor, visiting professor.
TTIC/Simons-Berkeley Joint Program.
Applicants for research assistant professor positions (RAP) in theoretical computer science are encouraged to simultaneously apply for the TTIC RAP program and Simons Fellowship.
The Algorithms and Complexity group of IRIF (CNRS and University Paris Diderot), Paris, France, is seeking excellent candidates for postdoctoral positions in classical and quantum computing.