UT Austin invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow in theoretical computer science for the 2019-20 academic year to work with David Zuckerman. Research interests should overlap with his: pseudorandomness, computational complexity, coding theory, and more. Applications will be considered until the position is filled, but review of applicants will begin on February 5.
The theory group at Stanford invites applications for the Motwani postdoctoral fellowship in theoretical computer science. Information and application instructions below.
Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled, but review of applicants will begin after Jan 21.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at TU Eindhoven is looking for new faculty members to expand its academic staff. We welcome applications in all areas of computer science and at all levels, ranging from (tenure-track) assistant professor to full professor.
The algorithms and computational economics research groups at Duke University invite applications for one or potentially more postdoctoral positions, starting on or after July 1, 2019. The AcademicJobsOnline URL has full details as well as online application form.
I have a openings for 2 postdocs, both starting in 2019: One is flexible in focus, fitting under the broad categories of computational topology/geometry and algorithms. The other is for a shape simplification project, jointly supervised by Dr. David Letscher, focusing on designing and implementing algorithms that use persistent homology as well as other tools from computational topology.
Multiple faculty openings (at Assistant Professor level) including a dedicaed position in CS theory. Department of Computing at Imperial College London has ambitious plans of expansion in all areas, including theory. Academics in the department enjoy a mild teaching load, which is currently up to 1.5 one-term courses per year. Each term amounts to about 10 weeks of teaching. Deadline is strict.