IE University’s School of Science and Technology (Sci-Tech) invites qualified applicants for full-time, tenure-track faculty positions in Computer and Data Science beginning September 2023, in Madrid. We are currently offering 6 positions in this area, which will remain open until filled with suitable candidates.
The Concurrency In Reversible Computations (https://github.com/CinRC) project is actively seeking a PhD student to fund starting Spring 2024. The funding for an admitted PhD student includes tuition waiver, stipend, health benefits, (international) conference travel and possibly equipment. Funding is currently available for the first three years of the appointment through a new NSF funded project.
I am (Arnold Filtser) looking for both PhD and Postdoc applicants in the broad area of algorithms. We have a strong and thriving algorithms group here in BIU, and you will have many further options for collaboration. My research interest include (but not limited to): Metric Spaces, Low-Distortion Embeddings, Randomized Algorithms, approximation, and streaming algorithms.
The Department of Computer Science at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam offers three open positions for assistant/associate professor in the area of security, related to theory, vulnerability, and AI.
Postdoc Positions in Algorithmics and Stochastics, in the NETWORKS project (the Netherlands).
The NETWORKS project is a collaboration of researchers from four institutions in The Netherlands: TU Eindhoven, University of Amsterdam, Leiden University and the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI). NETWORKS has openings for postdocs working on algorithmics or stochastics for network problems.
A post doc position in algorithms and/or theoretical aspects of machine learning is
available. The post doc is under the supervision of Professor Kasper Green Larsen, Aarhus University, Denmark. The focus of the research project may be on topics such as dimensionality reduction, sketching, and/or learning theoretic questions, depending on the candidate’s background.
The Ph.D. project will focus on developing quantum algorithms for near-term devices, exploring both their advantages and limitations compared to classical algorithms running on conventional computers.
We will give new, efficient algorithms and data structures for dynamic graphs. The fun challenge in this field is to find the right partial answers to update as the graph changes, while letting the algorithm for queries do some of the work of putting the answer together. Often, the road to efficient algorithms goes via graph theoretic insights.
Applications are solicited for a postdoctoral position at Yale in the broad areas of Theoretical Computer Science, Optimization, or Machine Learning including (but not limited to) applications to Fairness and Privacy. Applicants should have an exceptional math background and a proven record. They should have their CV, research statement, and three letters emailed directly to Nisheeth Vishnoi
The candidate must have a demonstrated ability in research or industry experience and be able to maintain the highest standards of excellence in teaching. While all areas of CS are welcome to apply, extra consideration will be given to those able to teach machine learning courses. The teaching load is five courses per year. This is a two-year, non-tenure track position, beginning July 1, 2023.