PostDoc position for a project on lastmile with crowdsourcing
Delivery of products purchased by online customers is an increasingly important problem for e-commerce companies, representing a substantial para of their costs. The final step --- last mile delivery, which conveys the product to the customer --- is a key stage in the process.
Several business models proposed recently exploit the concept of crowdsourcing in which, in addition to professional couriers, ordinary citizens are invited to participate in the delivery process. However, current models present a set of weaknesses and do not adequately address many of the concerns associated with real-world implementation.
This project will address such concerns. The main concept is to have in-store customers delivering parcels on their way home to customers that ordered on-line, besides maintaining a backup of professionals for delivering the remaining parcels. This approach will reduce environmental impacts and urban congestion at low marginal cost to the company.
The underlying problem associated to LastMile can be modeled as a mixed-integer optimization problem. The most elementary models are deterministic, but for realistic outcomes they must be extended to stochastic contexts. We expect that the solution process will involve a intricate framework, making use of optimization solvers as well as ad hoc components specific to this problem.
An important part of the problem involves modeling the probability of acceptance for outsourcing tasks, as well as their impacts on delivery costs. This will involve dynamically analyzing data and extracting relevant information, making use of the state-of-the-art in machine learning.
•Modeling practically relevant situations yet unaddressed
•Researching new compensation schemes for guaranteeing sustainability of the models
•Researching efficient optimization algorithms for simultaneously matching parcels to couriers and optimizing the routes of the firm’s own fleet.
•Mathematical modeling and optimization
João Pedro Pedroso - http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1298-7191
Ana Viana - http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5932-5203
Xenia Klimentova - http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1085-0810
Pierre Hosteins - http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4186-9127
Katarzyna Gdowska - http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7964-3724
Abdur Rais - http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1906-9684
Internship in Artificial Intelligence, Operations Research & Decision Optimization at IBM
The IBM Data Science and AI Elite team help clients learn how to not only succeed, but also lead, with data science & AI. The team includes data engineers, machine learning and deep learning experts, operations research / optimization experts, and data visualization specialists.
We engage directly with IBM clients around the globe to solve real-world data science problems in a wide array of industries, such as banking, insurance, health care, manufacturing, oil & gas, automotive, energy, retail, travel & transportation, and many others.
We are looking for Operations Research / Prescriptive Analytics interns to join us on this exciting journey. As a member of the team, you will have a T-shaped skill set, having a broad knowledge base in Operations Research / Optimization and Industry Applications, but also knowledge or expertise in Machine Learning, Data Engineering or similar specialties. If you are someone who loves diving deep into optimization models and methods, investigating advanced techniques that lead to effective solutions for the business, while being dedicated to solving the client’s real-world problem, this internship might be for you.
As an intern, you will work on client projects or industrial applications under the guidance of a senior Data Scientist. You will focus on optimization / machine learning / data science solutions, using the IBM Data Science platform, including open source, Watson Studio, IBM Decision Optimization, CPLEX, and other related technologies.
Interested ? Available for 4-6 months ? When applying, please scan all of the following documents into one single pdf file and upload online as your 'Resume/CV':
1) Motivation Letter including your availability from-to
2) Samples of your work, such as presentations, papers, or demos
3) CV incl. your level of German
4) University enrollment document ('Imma')
5) Current transcript of records and other relevant certificates / references
6) Non-EU citizen: copy of passport, residence and work permit (where available)
Thank you !
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
We are looking for candidates working on their Masters' or PhD degree(s).
Coding skills in one or more Python (preferred), R
Knowledge and experience with mathematical programming solvers, preferably IBM ILOG CPLEX (with Python or Concert Technology APIs, OPL)
Knowledge of building data science projects throughout the data science lifecycle (data gathering, model building and training, analysis, etc.)
Experience with modeling and solving Optimization problems
Knowledge of Mathematical Programming, Operations Research, Combinatorial Optimization and/or Stochastic/Robust Optimization
Experience with requirements analysis and statistical analysis
Willing to travel up to 75%
Preferred Tech and Prof Experience
at least 1 year of PhD studies completed
IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
|IBM - Muenchen
Postdoc position on ERC CoG CoCoSym
We are looking for a highly motivated and creative post-doctoral researcher
to work on the ERC funded project Symmetry in Computational Complexity
(CoCoSym) under the supervision of Libor Barto at the Department of
Algebra, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague.
The project concerns the complexity and approximability of fixed-template
constraint satisfaction problems over finite domains and their
generalization to infinite domains and weighted relations.
The duration of the position will be between one and three years. The
starting day is flexible, applications will be considered until the
position is filled. The position carries no teaching load. The position is
fully funded from the ERC grant, funding for conference travel is also
Applicants should send a CV, a statement of research experience and
interests, and a list of publications (that may include a short annotation
of at most three of their best papers) in a single PDF file to Libor Barto (
firstname.lastname@example.org). Applicants should also arrange for at least two
recommendation letters to be sent directly to the same email address.
Informal inquiries are welcome.
|Charles University, Prague.
Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) (Amsterdam) has vacancies in the Networks and Optimization research group for two talented PhD students / Early Stage Researchers on the subject of Polynomial Optimization, Efficiency through Moments and Algebra within the research consortium POEMA.
POEMA is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (2019-2022), which offers 15 PhD positions within the full consortium, including two at CWI. Its goal is to train scientists at the interplay of algebra, geometry and computer science for polynomial optimization problems and to foster scientific and technological advances, stimulating interdisciplinary and intersectoriality knowledge exchange between algebraists, geometers, computer scientists and industrial actors facing real-life optimization problems.
The proposed PhD projects are investigating the development of new algebraic and geometric methods combined with computer algebra techniques for global non-linear optimization problems and their applications. The PhD positions at CWI will focus on polynomial optimization problems with applications to combinatorial optimization and quantum information theory.
The positions are expected to start from October 2019 (at the latest per 1 January 2020).
Ph.D./Post-doc positions in OR and OR/ML in Montreal
Applications for fully funded Ph.D. and post-doc positions in
Montreal in the domain of Operations Research, as well as in the
intersection between Operations Research and Machine Learning.
These positions aim at advancing the collective capabilities to model and solve
hard optimization problems and the understanding of how external data
sources and real-time data can be used to improve the decision-making
* Research Topics
Research topics may be aligned with the interests of the students. Several
pre-defined research projects are also available (some of them in
collaboration with industrial partners). Topics may generally include the
- Large-scale optimization for dynamic (combinatorial) planning problems
(e.g. Benders decomposition, Column Generation, Lagrangian Relaxation)
- Optimization under uncertainty (e.g. stochastic programming, robust
optimization, improvement of uncertainty sets and scenario generation
through external data)
- Improvement of (à priori and real-time) planning through integration of
external data sources via machine learning
- OR based algorithms to efficiently solve machine learning problems
Research applications may include domains such as Logistics and
Transportation (e.g., vehicle sharing systems, facility location, network
design), Telecommunications, and Revenue Management (e.g., assortment
planning; discrete choice models).
>>> Particularly applications are invited for a post-doc position on machine
learning and optimization for high-frequency limit-order book data.
This position is at the Department of Finance at HEC Montréal
and interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. <<<
* Research supervision and environment
The students will work under the supervision of Dr. Sanjay Dominik Jena,
professor at the Department of Management and Technology (
mantech.esg.uqam.ca) at the Management School of Université du Québec à
Montréal (École des Science de la Gestion, UQAM). Sanjay Dominik Jena is
also member of the worldwide renowned research center CIRRELT (
www.cirrelt.ca) and the Canada Exellence Research Chair in Data Science for
Real-time Decision-making (www.cerc-datascience.polymtl.ca). Students may
be co-supervised by other members of these research centers and will be
registered either at the joint Ph.D. program in Management (including ESG
UQAM, HEC Montréal, McGill and Concordia) or at the respective university
of the other supervisor(s).
Montreal is a dynamic Metropolis, located in the province of Québec,
Canada. The city is bilingual (French/English) and known for its
international atmosphere. Montreal offers a vibrate research environment,
hosting five major universities and several research centers in the domains
of Operations Research and Machine Learning. The successful candidates will
be working in one of the above-mentioned research centers.
* Candidate profile
Students are expected to carry out top-level research. They will develop
efficient solution algorithms to difficult planning problems such as those
in the above-listed domains. Candidates for a PhD position should have a
Masters degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science, Operations Research,
Applied Mathematics, or a related field. Candidates for post-doc positions
should have a PhD in the aforementioned domains. All candidates should
belong to the top of their academic classes and demonstrate good
programming and mathematical skills. Experience in mathematical
programming, machine learning, or data analysis is an asset. Candidates
should possess a good level of written and oral English. Even though they
may eventually learn French during their stay, French knowledge is not
* Application procedure
Interested candidates should send their application package electronically
to Sanjay Dominik Jena (email@example.com). The application should
contain the following documents:
- Cover letter explaining the motivation to perform a Ph.D. in one of the
domains mentioned above in Montreal, your research interests, as well as
your preferred starting date
- Detailed curriculum vitae with list of publications (if any)
- Grade records of Bachelor and Master programs
- Reference letters or contact details of references (one of them should be
the supervisor of the candidate's Master studies)
- results of GRE or GMAT (if available)
If you have further questions regarding these positions, possible research
topics, etc., please contact Sanjay Dominik Jena (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For a start in January 2020, admission deadline is end of August 2019 at
most of the universities. We therefore encourage to apply early, since, if
considered for the entry at a Business school, a GRE/GMAT will be required
which takes some time of preparation. Post-doc positions do not have
specific starting dates.
|UQAM, CIRRELT and HEC Montréal
01 Aug 2019
The School of Computer Science at Ariel University invites
applications for Post-doctoral Fellowships in Combinatorics for two
years, with a possibility of extension for an additional year,
starting October 1, 2019 (the starting date is negotiable). The
successful applicant will work with Prof. Dan Hefetz on the ISF funded
project "Topics in Probabilistic Combinatorics".
We welcome applications from candidates specializing in Combinatorics,
who (will) have completed a Ph.D. degree in Mathematics or Computer
Science by September 30, 2019 (but not earlier than October 1, 2012).
Preference will be given to applicants with a proven track record in
some areas of Probabilistic Combinatorics.
Post-doctoral Fellowships are strictly research positions and do not
carry any teaching responsibilities.
Stipends for a one year fellowship are approximately 132,000 Israeli
Shekels and are commensurable with entry level academic salaries in
Candidates should arrange the following application materials to be
sent to Dan Hefetz at email@example.com. Informal enquiries about the
positions can be sent to the same email address.
- List of publications
- Research statement
- Three letters of recommendation to be sent directly by the reference writers
The deadline for applications is August 1, 2019.
|School of Computer Science at Ariel University
31 Jul 2019
Post Doctoral Fellowship in Computer Science
A postdoctoral position in computer science is available at the
Research Chair in Distributed Computing of the
Universite du Quebec en Outaouais, Canada,
under the supervision of Prof. Andrzej Pelc.
Requirements: * Ph.D. in Computer Science or Mathematics obtained between
October 1, 2016 and September 30, 2019
* Strong academic background in algorithms and graph theory.
* Strong research record and potential in one or more of the
- design and analysis of combinatorial algorithms
- algorithmic aspects of distributed and parallel computing
- algorithms for interconnection networks
- algorithmic aspects of fault tolerance
Further information about the
Research Chair in Distributed Computing, and
about topics related to prospective postdoctoral research
of the successful candidate can be obtained at:
Duties: Research in the above areas. NO teaching duties.
Knowledge of French is NOT necessary.
Duration: 12 months
Beginning: January 2020 (flexible)
Stipend: $40 000 per year (Canadian dollars).
Location: The Universite du Quebec en Outaouais is situated in Gatineau,
across the river from Ottawa. The National
Capital region of Ottawa offers a variety of possibilities
for cultural and sports activities (swimming, sailing, hiking,
skating, cross-country and downhill skiing). The campus of the
University of Quebec is a 10 min. drive from downtown Ottawa.
Applications including a detailed CV (with e-mail address),
a statement of research interests, a complete list of publications,
an abstract of Ph.D. Thesis and reprints (preprints) of 2 best papers
should be sent in a zipped file by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly to the same
e-mail address. Deadline for applications and reference letters is July 31, 2019.
Informal enquiries at
|Université du Quebec en Outaouais, Gatineau
30 Jun 2019
PostDoc Position in Discrete Optimization
The "Discrete Optimization Group" at EPFL, Switzerland
invites applications for a PostDoc position.
The research interests of the group are in integer programming,
combinatorial optimization, computational and discrete geometry,
geometry of numbers, and approximation algorithms.
The appointment is for 12 months. The earliest possible start date is
October 1, 2019.
The salary will be 7,000 Swiss Francs (currently $6,950 and €6,200) per
The position can be renewed for one year.
The PostDoc position comes with teaching obligations. This either
means that the prospective holder of the position serves as a teaching
assistant or teaches one 2h-course per semester at the doctoral level.
Applications (including curriculum vitae, list of publications,
research plan, names of three references with their e-mail addresses,
and intended period of stay) should be sent as a single PDF-file to
Matthias Schymura (email@example.com).
We will start evaluating applications July 1, 2019, and we will
continue accepting applications until the position is filled.
30 Jun 2019
Postdoctoral Fellow in Operations Research/Management
Eindhoven University of Technology has an open postdoctoral position in
Operations Research/Management. This Post-doctoral Research position is a
joint position between the Department of Industrial Engineering &
Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/E) and the
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. The position is a fully funded
for a duration of 16 months, which can be extended with 6 months. Out of
the initial 16 months, the candidate is expected to spend 4 months at the
Indian Institute of Management and 12 months at the Eindhoven University
|Eindhoven University of Technology
30 Jun 2019
La Trobe University in Bendigo, Australia, has an opportunity for a candidate to work towards a PhD with Dr
Michael Payne. The topic will
be in the field of combinatorics, particularly discrete geometry and/or
|La Trobe University, Bendigo
28 Jun 2019
A Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available at the University of Edinburgh with a focus on the intersection of mathematical optimization and machine learning with applications to energy and transportation. Based in Edinburgh, the position comes with the opportunity for extended visits to project collaborators in France and Canada. The post-holder will be encouraged to pursue his or her own, and newly arising, research questions, and will also be expected to contribute modestly to teaching in a manner compatible with his/her research expertise.
Preference may be given to candidates with proven expertise in one or more of the following:
mixed-integer linear or nonlinear optimization;
modeling and optimization of energy and/or revenue management.
Candidates should have (or soon to obtain) a PhD in mathematical optimization, operational research, or a related field, by the time of the start of the position and have expertise in at least one of the areas of mixed-integer linear or nonlinear optimization, machine learning, modeling and optimization of energy and/or revenue management. They should also have strong coding skills (one or more of Java, C++, Julia) and experience using one or more commercial optimization solvers.
Candidates should be enthusiastic about learning new methods, and applying their expertise in innovative ways. Prior experience in interdisciplinary research and/or in providing efficient solutions to problems arising from practical/industrial applications will be an advantage.
The post is available from 1st September 2019, or a mutually agreed date, for a 24-month fixed term contract.
The starting salary will be in the range of £33,199 - £39,609 per annum, depending on experience.
Informal enquiries are encouraged; please contact Professor Miguel Anjos by email: Miguel.F.Anjos@ed.ac.uk
Closing date is 28 June 2019 at 5pm GMT.
|University of Edinburgh
25 Jun 2019
The Executive Board of the Association of Instituto Superior Técnico for Research and Development (IST-ID) took a decision to open an international selection competition for one doctorate position for the exercise of activities of scientific research in the scientific area of System Engineering and Management in the form of an employment contract under an unspecified fixed-term work contract under the “Código do Trabalho” (Labor Code), aiming at:
i. Developing comprehensive and innovative methods to improve operating room responsiveness to increasing surgical demand and to better coordinate surgical capacity and demand. Decision support tools are to be developed combining optimization approaches (based on multi-objective mathematical programming models, heuristics and simulation) to assist resource capacity planning decisions in the operating room, with structured participatory approaches to capture stakeholders’ views and preferences regarding the surgical patient flows and the planning and scheduling of surgeries. The developed methods will be tested and validated in two central hospitals of the Portuguese National Health Service.
ii. Support in the management of the ImproveOR: Building Decision Support Tools for Improved Operating Room Management project and in the scientific supervision of masters and doctoral students associated with the different research tasks to be developed in the project.
The competition is open for national and foreign candidates who hold a PhD degree in a branch of knowledge or specialty that covers
the scientific area of System Engineering and Management or other related scientific area.
The position is in the form of an employment contract under the Portuguese Labor Code, and has a monthly remuneration of 2128,34Euros.
The duration of the contract is 15 months, with possible 15 additional months. Information on the application procedure can be found here:
If you have any question about this position, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
21 Jun 2019
One year postdoc position
The Algorithms Groups at IBISC, Univ Evry, University Paris-Saclay and
University invite applications for a full-time one year postdoc position in
Algorithms. The starting
dates are before 1 Oct 2019 and can be negotiated. The position offers many
collaborations/interaction with researchers in the Paris region. Applicants
should have curiosity,
enthusiasm and strong background in theoretical computer science, in
particular in one of the
* Online Convex Optimization/Machine Learning,
* Approximation/Online Algorithms,
* Algorithmic Game Theory.
All applications should include
* a cover letter describing the interest in the position,
* a detailed CV/resume
* Two or more references.
Interested candidates should send their application to
Nguyen Kim Thang via email by June 21, 2019.
|Algorithms Groups at IBISC, Univ Evry, University Paris-Saclay and LIP6, Sorbonne
15 Jun 2019
Postdoctoral researcher in Computer Science (Security and Trust)
The University of Luxembourg offer a competitive postdoctoral research position in formal methods applied to security and privacy.
The ideal candidate for this position would have experience in formal methods applied to the analysis of security protocols. Topics are not limited to distance bounding protocols (used to avoid relay attacks), and the verification of privacy properties.
Apply here: http://emea3.mrted.ly/220ah
| University of Luxembourg
14 Jun 2019
Postdoc position in Theoretical Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Lund University invites applications for a postdoctoral position in theoretical computer science.
The postdoctoral researcher will be working in the research group of Jakob Nordström. Much of the activities of this research group revolve around the themes of efficient algorithms for satisfiability in propositional logic (SAT solving) and lower bounds on the efficiency of methods for reasoning about SAT (proof complexity). Examples of theoretical questions of interest are analyzing proof systems formalizing the computational power of Gröbner bases (polynomial calculus) and integer linear programming (cutting planes), and proving stronger lower bound in the hierarchy of Frege proof systems. Another interesting area is the use of linear and semidefinite programming to solve hard combinatorial problems and of proof complexity to establish when problems are beyond the reach of such methods. Problems of the kind above have turned out to have deep, and sometimes surprising, connections to other topics such as, e.g., circuit complexity, communication complexity, and hardness of approximation, and therefore researchers in these or other related areas are more than welcome to apply.
Within the overall framework sketched above, the postdoc will be expected and encouraged to contribute to and influence the research agenda. Taking part in teaching graduate seminar courses is encouraged but not required. Travel funding is included, and the group also receives short-term and long-term visitors on a regular basis.
This postdoc position is a full-time employed position for one year with a possible (and expected) one-year extension. The expected starting date is in August-September 2019, although this is to some extent negotiable.
The application deadline is June 14, 2019. See https://lu.mynetworkglobal.com/en/what:job/jobID:270663/ for the full announcement with more information and instructions for how to apply. Informal enquiries are welcome and may be sent to email@example.com.
03 Jun 2019
Post-doc position in combinatorial optimization
A post-doc positions in Combinatorial Optimization Group, Institute of
Computer Science, University of Wroclaw.
The position is within the project “Algorithmic fundamentals of supply
chain networks” led by Jarek Byrka.
It aims at developing algorithmic tools for typically NP-hard
optimization problems in network design such as routing or clustering.
The position is intended for 18 months starting in Autumn 2019.
|University of Wroclaw
01 Jun 2019
Postdoc position at Aix-Marseille University on foundations of automata networks
A postdoc position for 18 months (possibly renewable for 6 more months) is opened, starting from September 2019 (or later). The postdoc fellow will join the ANR-funded project FANs that aims at studying dynamics, complexity and computabilty aspects of automata networks (or finite dynamical systems, including for instance Boolean networks). More details on FANs are available on the webpage of the project (see above).
(*) Topics and requirements for applicants
We are looking for young researchers who can contribute to the research
topics of FANs. Candidates should hold a PhD in computer science or
mathematics (or be close to complete and defend their PhD), with a strong background in theoretical computer science, especially in discrete dynamical systems, complexity theory, computability theory, and combinatorics.
The successful applicant will conduct research in Luminy, Marseille, with members of the project from CANA research group of LIS (https://cana.lis-lab.fr), and their close collaborators of the GDAC research group of the Institute of Mathematics (I2M).
(*) Application submission guidelines
Applications should be sent to Sylvain Sené before the 1st of June 2019 in an email entitled "FANs postdoc application", providing a detailed curriculum with publication list and a research statement. Recommandation letters are also expected to be sent directly to Sylvain Sené at [sylvain dot sene at lis-lab dot fr].
Potential candidates are invited to contact the project coordinator together with other permanent members of the FANs project for any question related to the application. Once again, the start date is not mandatorily September 2019; as a consequence, potential candidates can ask for starting later.
|LIS (Laboratoire d'Informatique et Systèmes - Laboratory of Computer and System Sciences)
31 May 2019
4 PhD Positions at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona) and Nokia Bell Labs (Paris)
We are hiring 4 full-time Ph.D. students for the BAnDIT project, an H2020
Marie Curie ITN project at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, 1rst ranked
University in Spain) and Nokia Bell Labs in Paris.
We are looking for highly motivated young researchers with a Master degree
(or equivalent) in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Economics or
related disciplines, willing to study and do research on blockchain
Ph.D.'s students will be appointed for 36 months. All the fellowships
provide a highly competitive remuneration package (basic, gross salary
higher than 3200€ per month) complemented by mobility, and family
allowances (for eligible candidates).
The first evaluation will be at the end of May.
|Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona
31 May 2019
Optimisation position at Satalia
Satalia is a London-based optimisation technology company with optimisation
teams in Austria, Greece and the UK. We are currently looking for an
optimisation scientist with good programming skills to join one of our
optimisation teams and solve large-scale industrial problems. Remote and
flexible work is possible.
30 May 2019
RTDa at L'Aquila University
||Università degli Studi Dell'Aquila
26 May 2019
postdoc positions (up to two years)
at the Institute of Informatics, University of Warsaw, Poland. The
positions are supported by the ERC Starting Grant CUTACOMBS: “Cuts and
decompositions: algorithms and combinatorial properties” led by Marcin
The CUTACOMBS’ focus is on structural graph theory and parameterized
complexity. Example topics include:
* structure of separations in directed graphs, with applications to
* approximability of the disjoint paths problem in various settings;
* structure of hereditary graph classes, such as graph excluding a fixed
graph as induced subgraph, with algorithmic and graph-theoretical
The theoretical computer science group in Warsaw is strong and growing.
Apart from the algorithms group specializing in parameterized and
approximation algorithms (Łukasz Kowalik, Marcin Mucha, Marcin Pilipczuk,
Michał Pilipczuk, Piotr Sankowski), we have also a leading research group
in logic and automata (Mikołaj Bojańczyk, Bartosz Klin, Sławomir Lasota).
We are looking for outstanding candidates with a Ph.D. (or soon to obtain a
Ph.D.) in Computer Science or Mathematics who have already proven their
high scientific potential in the area of algorithms or graph theory through
publications in proceedings of highly ranked international conferences
and/or journals. Background in the specific areas of projects in question
will be an advantage.
The gross annual salary is around 100,000PLN. For comparison, this
translates to around twice the average salary in Poland. The position comes
with a generous travel support and no teaching duties.
The application deadline is 26th May 2018. The starting date is flexible,
but not earlier than 1st September 2018.
To apply, send a CV to Marcin Pilipczuk . Questions
and informal inquiries are welcome.
|Institute of Informatics, University of Warsaw
24 May 2019
Postdoc position in Data Science Lab
The Data Science Lab at Ryerson University invites applications for a
Postdoctoral Research Associate position to work in projects related to
machine learning and software analytics
|Ryerson University, Toronto
22 May 2019
Post-doc position in algorithms
The University of Leicester is offering a post-doc position. In this role you will develop and carry out independent research, working with Prof. Thomas Erlebach and Dr Michael Hoffmann on the EPSRC-funded project “Algorithms for Computing with Uncertainty: Theory and Experiments" based in the the Department of Informatics at the University of Leicester and in collaboration with colleagues at the Universities of Bremen (Germany) and Sorbonne Université (Paris, France).
|University of Leicester
20 May 2019
Post-doc in Computer Science
The BIMIB group (bimib.disco.unimib.it) has become involved in a multidisciplinary project involving five different Institutions in Italy and UK. This ambitious project, entitled “Single-cell cancer evolution in the clinic”, aims at studying the evolutionary trajectories of cell clones in cancer tissues and in patient-derived organoids, in order to define effective and data-driven personalized therapeutic strategies, and it is funded by a joint Cancer Research UK (CRUK), Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer (FA-AECC) and Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro (AIRC) Accelerator Award.
The candidate will work within the BIMIB (BIoinformatics MIlano-Bicocca) laboratory of the Dept. of Informatics, System and Communication of the Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Italy (http://bimib.disco.unimib.it), in tight collaboration with computer scientists, bioinformatics and computational biologists. Her/his tasks will be to develop several algorithmic tools for the analysis and integration of data collected from single-cells experiments.
|Dept. of Informatics, System and Communication, Milano-Bicocca
20 May 2019
PhD Position at the University of Hamburg
PhD Position in the Theoretical Computer Science groups (ART & TEA) of the University of Hamburg
Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD position (TV-L 13) in Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Hamburg, Germany. Research duties will focus on the mathematical analysis of efficient approximation and online algorithms as well as randomized processes, in particular on scheduling problems and resource allocation in graphs. Candidates are expected to have an excellent background in theoretical computer science and/or discrete mathematics.
|University of Hamburg