The Distributed Algorithms and Systems Group at IST Austria has two open postdoctoral positions.
The positions are part of the ScaleML ERC Starting Grant project, whose goal is to develop new theory, algorithms, and systems for scalable machine learning. The ideal candidate would have a strong background in theoretical CS, with a PhD in distributed computing or a related field.
Postdoc positions are available at the Computer Science Department, Ben-Gurion University, Israel, supervised by Meirav Zehavi. The candidate will join the project “New Horizons in Kernelization”. Applicants with solid background in algorithm design (including but not limited to parameterized algorithms and approximation algorithms) are welcome to apply. The starting date is flexible.
The Complexity Postdoctoral Fellowships are unique among postdoc appointments, offering the opportunity to join a collaborative community that nurtures transdisciplinary research in pursuit of key insights about the complex systems that matter most for science & society. SFI scientists transcend boundaries between fields, from math, physics, & biology to the social sciences & the humanities.
The School of Math welcomes applications from post-doctoral, mid-career, and senior mathematicians and theoretical computer scientists, and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities. Stipends, on-campus housing and other resources are available for periods of 4-11 months for individual researchers in all mathematical subject areas. Approx 40 post-docs per year are supported.
A 2 years postdoctoral research fellowship in computational geometry at University of Sydney, Australia.
The Drone Research Lab under Department of Electronic Systems seeks to appoint a postdocs to work jointly on the SafeEYE project along with faculty staff, technicians, another post doc, and four companies involved in the project (EasyInspect, Senseable, G4S, and Rambøll).
We seek to appoint a Professor to lead research and knowledge exchange at the intersection of the disciplines of robotics and control. The successful candidate will join a team of academics in control and robotics with a comprehensive robotics research and teaching portfolio (including a new graduate programme in Robotics). The group focuses on novel robotics application areas.