Junior and Advanced Fellows of the ETH Institute for Theoretical Studies are independent postdocs of exceptional talent and promise, having achieved significant results in mathematics, theoretical computer science or the theoretical natural sciences. Junior Fellows stay at the Institute for up to three years, Advanced Fellows up to five years.
The Center on Frontiers of Computing Studies (CFCS), Peking University (PKU), China, is a university new initiative co-founded by Professors John Hopcroft and Wen Gao.
We are seeking applicants from all areas of Computer Science, spanning theoretical foundations, systems, software, and applications, with special interests in artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Funding for a research project on the use of AI techniques, specifically imitation learning and deep multi-agent reinforcement learning, for economic design. The ideal researcher will have a technical background in an area related to computer science and economics, especially machine learning; experience with economic theory is desirable but not required.
The UCSD CS department created a new postdoc program, modeled after the CI fellows program. To apply, you need to identify a UCSD theory faculty as a mentor, contact them and see if they are interested. If so, both you and the mentor need to apply. The deadline for both applications is Aug 7, so time is of the essence.
Nagoya and Mie Universities (Japan) are looking for several postdoctoral researchers to work on quantum computing, especially on the following subjects:
1) quantum algorithms,
2) quantum complexity theory,
3) theoretical aspects of quantum programming languages,
4) development of software verification tools for quantum programs,
5) quantum information theory.