A postdoc position in algebraic/geometric complexity theory at the University of Warwick, under the supervision of Christian Ikenmeyer, is available. Listed as “Research Fellow (107507-0523)” on Warwick’s website.
A funded Ph.D. position in theoretical computer science is available at King’s College London. The successful candidate will be advised by Hubie Chen and will work on mutually agreeable topics in theoretical computer science. The primary criterion for this position is an undergraduate degree in mathematics with strong performance, or an equivalent experience.
A postdoctoral research position in theoretical computer science is available at King’s College London. The successful candidate will be hosted by Hubie Chen and will be expected to work on topics related to the themes of complexity, database theory, structural decomposition methods, and logic. The position is offered for 2 years.
KTH Royal Institute for Technology is hiring for two Ph.D. students in algorithms and data analysis, with a focus on graph algorithms. The Ph.D. students will work under the supervision of assistant professor Stefan Neumann.
These are two full positions (100% employment) with opportunities for research visits abroad.
A postdoc position in Quantum Algorithms and Complexity at the University of Cambridge, under the supervision of Sergii Strelchuk and Tom Gur, is available.
Website: https://www.maths.cam.ac.uk/person/ss870, https://www.dcs.warwick.ac.uk/~tomgur/
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A post doc position in theoretical aspects of machine learning is
available. The post doc is under the supervision of Professor Kasper Green Larsen, Aarhus University, Denmark.
Candidates with expertise in theoretical computer science
and/or machine learning are preferred.
The Algorithm Engineering group at the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) currently hosts about thirty researchers and invites applications for two new Ph.D. Students and/or Postdoctoral Researchers in Algorithms.
Linköping University advertises one (1) position as PhD student in Computer Science. The PhD student will be supervised by prof. Peter Jonsson. The research for the advertised position is in the area of parameterized complexity of constraint satisfaction problems (CSP).
The research group of Jukka Suomela at Aalto University is looking for postdoctoral researchers to work on the foundations of distributed and parallel computing.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick has 4 Assistant/Associate Professor positions available in Foundations of AI / Quantum Computing (broadly interpreted). Candidates with research experience in at least one of these areas are encouraged to apply.