The new open-source software project OpenDP is hiring 1-2 scientists to work on the theory and practice of differential privacy.
IRIF (Institute for Research in Foundations of Computer Science, CNRS & U. de Paris) is seeking excellent candidates for postdoctoral positions in all areas of the Foundations of Computer Science.
Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related area before the starting date of the position. Knowledge of French is not required, and applications can be sent in French or English.
Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at the University of Michigan invites applications for multiple tenure-track and teaching faculty (lecturer) positions. We seek exceptional candidates in all areas of CSE, with special emphasis on candidates at the early stages; we also have a targeted search for an endowed professorship in CS theory (the Fischer Chair). Positions remain open until filled.
Excellent students with a strong background in Theoretical Computer Science and Mathematics, interested to conduct research in Error-Correcting Codes, Information Theory, or Arithmetic Circuits, are welcome to apply to postdoctoral and graduate student positions. The position is funded by the ERC, and it includes a generous salary, as well as funding for equipment and travel.
We are looking for a postdoctoral research associate to join our research group (opallab.ca) at the Computer Science department at the University of Waterloo. Our goal is to develop parallel and communication efficient algorithms for large-scale graph-based machine learning.
Two 2-year postdoc/senior postdoc/technician positions at the Hamilton Institute, Maynooth University, Ireland.
Our group works on both the theory and the engineering of DNA/molecular computers. Several people in our group have backgrounds in CS theory and have learned experimental wet-lab work, taking direct inspiration from the likes of Alan Turing.
OpenDP is hiring scientists to work with Gary King, Salil Vadhan and the OpenDP Community. Candidates should have a graduate-level degree, familiarity with differential privacy, and experience with following: – Implementing software for data science, privacy, and/or security
– Applied statistics, and an interest in working to apply OpenDP software to data-sharing problems. (i.e. COVID-19)
We are looking for outstanding computer scientists with a research focus on the management of massive data. Examples for research topics of interest are high-performance data mining and machine learning methods in distributed and parallel environments and techniques for the analysis of high-dimensional data, management and analysis of high-throughput data streams.
A 2-year postdoc position in Theoretical Computer Science/Algorithmic Foundations of AI is available in the Algorithms and Data Structures group at Aarhus University, Denmark.
Candidates should have a recent PhD in Computer Science, Mathematics, or Economics on topics that fall within algorithmic game theory or computational social choice, and a strong publication record.
The BARC Center for Basic Algorithms Research Copenhagen (barc.ku.dk) is seeking a postdoc employed at IT University of Copenhagen (ITU).
The ideal candidate will have proven their research ability through an outstanding PhD thesis, and by publishing in leading international venues for algorithms theory.