Postdoc in the theory group (https://www.colorado.edu/cs-theory/) hosted by Alex Kolla (spectral graph theory, Unique Games, convex programming, quantum) and Joshua Grochow (geometric complexity, group isomorphism, matrix multiplication, complex networks).
Boulder is a great place to live, esp. if you love the outdoors! Great weather, great hiking, biking, skiing, and other outdoor activities.
The Mathematical Sciences department of the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center invites applications for its 2018-2019 Herman Goldstine Memorial Postdoctoral Fellowship for research in the mathematical and computer sciences. The department provides an atmosphere in which basic research is combined with work on technical problems arising in industry. Up to two fellowships will be awarded.
The Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing invites applications for Simons-Berkeley Research Fellowships, to participate in at least one of the semester-long programs at the institute in Fall 2018 and Spring 2019: “Foundations of Data Science,” “Lower Bounds in Computational Complexity,” “Data Privacy: Foundations and Applications,” and “Geometry of Polynomials.”
The TRIAD at Georgia Tech is looking for a few postdoctoral associates whose research is inter-disciplinary and to build a foundation for the data science (broadly interpreted). The postdoctoral associates may work with multiple faculty members at Georgia Tech and will be expected to conduct fundamental and top-notched research. The normal duration of the postdoctoral associate is 2 years.
The Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington has multiple tenure-track positions in a wide variety of technical areas in both Computer Science and Computer Engineering. We welcome applicants in all research areas in Computer Science and Computer Engineering. Applications received by December 15, 2017 will be given priority consideration.
For researchers interested in data science, broadly construed, including those with both a methodological and applications focus, and who are independent and will seek out collaborations with other fellows and Harvard faculty. Fellows provided with the opportunity to pursue their research agenda in an intellectually vibrant environment with ample mentorship.
Normal fellowship duration: 2 years.
The Department of Computer Science, in collaboration with the Institute for Advanced Study, offers two 3-year positions for outstanding new Ph.D.’s working in theoretical aspects of computer science, including machine learning. Combining research with teaching duties, these positions come with attractive benefits and working conditions.
Requisition No: D-18-COS-00002