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15 Jun 2019 Postdoctoral researcher in Computer Science (Security and Trust)

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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 Luxembourg Go Academia
14 Jun 2019 Postdoc position in Theoretical Computer Science

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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 jakob.nordstrom@cs.lth.se.

Lund Sweden Go Academia
03 Jun 2019 Post-doc position in combinatorial optimization

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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 Poland Go Academia
01 Jun 2019 Postdoc position at Aix-Marseille University on foundations of automata networks

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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) France Go Academia
31 May 2019 4 PhD Positions at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona) and Nokia Bell Labs (Paris)

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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
technologies.

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 Spain Go Academia
31 May 2019 Optimisation position at Satalia

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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.

Satalia UK/Austria/Greece Go Industry
30 May 2019 RTDa at L'Aquila University Università degli Studi Dell'Aquila Italy Go Academia
26 May 2019 Post-doc position

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We announce

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
Pilipczuk.

The CUTACOMBS’ focus is on structural graph theory and parameterized
complexity. Example topics include:
* structure of separations in directed graphs, with applications to
parameterized algorithms;
* 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
applications.

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 Poland Go Academia
24 May 2019 Postdoc position in Data Science Lab

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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 Canada Go Academia
22 May 2019 Post-doc position in algorithms

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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 UK Go Academia
20 May 2019 PhD Position at the University of Hamburg

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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 Germany Go Academia
20 May 2019 Post-doc in Computer Science

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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 Italia Go Academia
20 May 2019 PhD or Postdoc Position

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A PhD or postdoc position is available at the Technical University of
Munich, Germany in the research group of Prof. Martin Bichler
(http://dss.in.tum.de [1]).

We are looking for candidates with a strong background in operations
research or computer science. Interests in game theory or machine
learning as well as programming skills are a plus. Fluency in written
and spoken English is required.

Applicants for the PhD position should hold a Master's degree in
computer science, operations research, or mathematics and may obtain a
PhD degree in computer science. Applicants for the post-doc position
should hold a PhD degree in one of the mentioned disciplines. The
position has sufficient travel money available to support conference and
workshop attendance. Prospective candidates will assist in teaching
courses of the group.

The position is for 2 years with the possibility of extension. The
starting date is negotiable; we are interested in filling the position
as soon as possible. The position is full-time and paid according to
salary grade 100% TV-L E 13 (the standard rate for junior scientific
staff at German universities). As an equal opportunity employer, TUM
explicitly encourages applications from women and all others who would
bring additional diversity dimensions to the university

Applications should be submitted by email to bichler "at" in.tum.de
using the subject line "Application". Please enclose a curriculum vitae
including a complete list of publications and a sample publication
(e.g., a Master's thesis).

Technical University of Munich Germany Go Academia
09 May 2019 Doctoral Position at the University of Bologna on mixed-integer non-linear optimisation

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The MINOA consortium is seeking a highly motivated and qualified Early-Stage Researcher (ESR) that is looking for obtaining a PhD degree in Operations Research and System Engineering from the University of Bologna. Once recruited, you will study applications of European and international relevance in areas such as energy, logistics, engineering, natural sciences, and analytics.

You will be trained through an innovative training program based on an individual research project motivated by these applications. You will devise new effective algorithms and computer implementations and will validate your methods for the applications with respect to metrics that you will define. You will derive recommendations, both for optimised MINO applications and for the effectiveness of the novel methodologies.

Personally, you will belong to a new generation of highly-skilled researchers that will strengthen Europe's human capital base in R&I in the fast growing field of mathematical optimisation. Your ESR research project will be pursued in joint supervision between experienced practitioners from leading European industries and leading optimisation experts, covering a wide range of scientific fields.

The MINOA project has started on Jan 1st, 2018, is funded under Horizon 2020 and will be carried out for a total of four years. The network consists of 10 academic partner institutions and six industrial partners from six different countries in Europe. An ESR project, starting before summer 2019, is available at the University of Bologna. You will be enrolled in 3 years a Ph.D. program ending in October 2022; while the ESR position will last until December 2021, a scholarship of the University of Bologna will allow you to complete your doctoral studies in 2022.

You are eligible to apply for a position within the MINOA network, if

1. you hold a M.Sc. degree by the starting date of the fellowship (late spring/summer 2019), in one of the following areas: Mathematics, Computer Science, Operations Research or in a closely related field;
2. you have not resided or carried out your main activity (work, studies, etc) in Italy for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to your recruitment;
3. at the time of recruitment, you are in the first four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of your research career (after having obtained your M.Sc. degree) and have not been awarded a doctoral degree;
4. you are proficient in the English language.

Once recruited, we will offer (conditioned to successful fund transfer from the EU):

1. the possibility to work with us in a prestigious Horizon 2020 project;
2. A full-time contract for 30+12 months;
3. The competitive gross employer costs for the ESR position (30 months) is around 41.425 Euros/year plus a mobility allowance of about 600 Euros/month and a family allowance of 500 Euros ca. per month, where applicable;
4. At least one internship (also known as ‘secondment’) to an industrial partner or an academic partner in the MINOA network, in order to gain new insights into research and into work in the industry;
5. Participation in local events as well as in network-wide summer schools with internationally well-known teachers. This furthermore offers the possibility to get to know other Phd students from all over the world.

You will need to provide the following documents to apply:

a) Letter of motivation (max. 1 page);
b) Copies of degree and academic transcripts (with grades and rankings);
d) Brief summary of Master's thesis (max. 1 page);
c) Short CV including a publication list (if any).

All the above-mentioned documents must be collected in a single pdf and sent by email with subject [MINOA application] to enrico.malaguti@unibo.it and michele.monaci@unibo.it

We will come back to you soon after the application deadline is over. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a skype interview. Applications received after the deadline might still be considered if the position have not been filled yet.


Project 5: Benders Decomposition for Convex Mixed-Integer Nonlinear Optimisation
Host institution: University of Bologna, Italy
Supervisors: Michele Monaci, Enrico Malaguti
Objectives:
Decomposition methods, such as Benders and Dantzing-Wolfe decompositions, are one of the common algorithmic techniques to solve large-scale linear and mixed-integer linear optimisation problems. In particular, Benders decomposition is typically the tool of choice for the solution of two stage stochastic optimisation problems, arising in a very large number of applications characterized by some uncertainty in the data (e.g., demand forecasts, prices, etc.). However, there is little literature and no generic (i.e., not problem tailored) approach to apply these decomposition techniques in the context of mixed-integer nonlinear optimisation.

Our objective is to study possible extensions of decomposition methods such as Benders and Dantzig-Wolfe to the solution of mixed-integer nonlinear optimisation problems. Within the project, the ESR will work on management applications where resources need to be taken into account in a stochastic fashion, as it happens, in the energy industry and in transportation management and scheduling.

Expected Results: Library of applications for MINO featuring a decomposition structure (with emphasis on stochastic optimisation), extension of Benders/Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition to convex mixed-integer optimisation problems with quadratic constraints and/or objective, prototypical software implementations and their validation (see WP3), extensions to more general nonlinear problems.

Hosting Institution: UNIBO is the second largest University in Italy and one of the most active in research and technology transfer. It stands among the most important institutions of higher education in EU with 87,000 enrolled students, 2,857 Academic staff, 1,198 post- docs and 1,606 PhDs.

This project will be hosted by the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering "Guglielmo Marconi” (DEI). The DEI department consists of around 120 scientists, whose research and education activities cover the following fields of Industrial and Information Engineering: Automation, Bioengineering, Electric Drives and Systems, Electrical and Electronic Measurements, Electrical Engineering, Electromagnetic Fields, Electronics, Operations Research and Telecommunications. DEI offers one Undergradlate and three gradlate international programmes taught in English, as well as five Undergradlate and six graduate programmes taught in Italian. The Department offers also four international Ph.D. programmes. The Operations Research group at DEI has an internationally-recognized visibility in the design and implementation of models and algorithms for mathematical programming optimization problems, as witnessed by the record of publications of the members of the group. The group has also been involved in many industrial projects arising from applications in transportation, logistics, energy production, telecommunications and engineering.

University of Bologna Italia Go Academia
07 May 2019 Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Operational Research (x 2 posts)

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We wish to make two appointments at the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level (equivalent to Assistant/Associate Professor) into the Operational Research group within the Department of Management Science (http://www.lums.lancs.ac.uk/departments/mansci/) at the Management School of Lancaster University (http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lums/).

Department of Management Science UK Go Academia
05 May 2019 Post-doc position

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We are seeking to recruit a Postdoctoral Researcher for the new EPSRC-funded research project “quantMD: Ontology-Based Management of Many-Dimensional Quantitative Data", under the direction of Professor Michael Zakharyaschev within the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems. The project is joint with Professor Frank Wolter at University of Liverpool.

Birkbeck University London UK Go Academia
05 May 2019 assistant professorship Applied Mathematics

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The Department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering of Maastricht University is inviting applications for one or more tenure-track positions in applied mathematics, preferably fitting in the fields optimization, mathematical systems and control theory, signal and image processing, or mathematical modeling

Maastricht University Netherlands Go Academia
05 May 2019 PhD position in Algorithms

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The Department of Informatics at the University of Bergen (Norway) has
announced a 3 years
PhD position in Algorithms.
The focus of the position will be on the algorithmic aspects of automated
reasoning, and in particular, in the algorithms aspects of automated
theorem proving. The position is
part of the project

"Automated Theorem Proving from the Mindset of Parameterized Complexity
Theory",

which is funded by the Research Council of Norway

Department of Informatics, Bergen Norway Go Academia
05 May 2019 Post-doc position

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We are seeking to recruit a Postdoctoral Researcher working on the new E.P.S.R.C.-funded research project “quantMD: Ontology-Based Management of Many-Dimensional Quantitative Data”, under the direction of Professor Frank Wolter within the Department of Computer Science. The successful applicant will have a PhD in Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related discipline and research experience in at least one of the following areas: logic in computer science (in particular: temporal logic or description logic), mathematical logic, database theory or knowledge representation and reasoning. Your research tasks on the project will include developing and investigating new logic formalisms for representing temporal quantitative data and designing efficient algorithms for query answering. The project is joint with Professor Michael Zakharyaschev at University of London. The post is available for three years until 30 September 2022.

University of Liverpool UK Go Academia
05 May 2019 PhD position

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A PhD position is available in the research group of Prof. Markus Brill (www.algo.tu-berlin.de) at TU Berlin in Germany.

The successful applicant will work within the DFG funded Emmy Noether project "Foundations of Interactive Democracy" (http://www.algo.tu-berlin.de/fid). The project has sufficient travel money available to support conference and workshop attendance as well as research visits to other groups internationally. There are no teaching obligations.

TU Berlin Germany Go Academia
03 May 2019 PhD position in Operations Research at KU Leuven

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The research group ORSTAT (Operations Research & Business Statistics) of KU Leuven (Belgium) has a vacancy for one full-time PhD scholarship starting in September 2019, for a period of four years. The researcher to be hired will work in the field of operations research (OR) under the supervision of prof. Roel Leus; this work should lead to a PhD degree.

ORSTAT (Operations Research & Business Statistics) of KU Leuven Belgium Go Academia
01 May 2019 Postdoc position on Graphs and Surfaces

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The ANR-project GATO (Graphs, Algorithms & TOpology) offers a one year
postdoc position to work at LIRMM (Montpellier, France) within the AlGCo
group. The topic of the project is the study of structural, combinatorial,
or algorithmic properties of embedded graphs (i.e. maps). For more details
on the GATO project, see:
http://www.gipsa-lab.fr/~francis.lazarus/GATO/pmwiki/index.php/Main/HomePage

Qualified candidates are encouraged to write to daniel.goncalves@lirmm.fr
and/or ignasi.sau@lirmm.fr for more information.

The expected starting date is around September 2019 but this is flexible
and the duration is one year. To apply to the position, please send an
email to daniel.goncalves@lirmm.fr and ignasi.sau@lirmm.fr with a detailed
CV and a research statement. Reference letters are optional, but please
provide one or two names that could serve as reference for your
application.

The position is open until filled, but to ensure full consideration, apply
by May 1st.

LIRMM Montpellier France Go Academia
01 May 2019 PhD position

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We are looking for a PhD student with a special interest in
combinatorial algorithms and their application in areas such as data
mining, bioinformatics, data compression, or information retrieval. The
PhD student will be positioned at CWI within the Gravitation Research
Program NETWORKS funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific
Research (NWO).

CWI Amsterdam Netherlands Go Academia
30 Apr 2019 PhD Position in Probabilistic Combinatorics

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We are seeking outstanding PhD candidates with interest and experience
in probabilistic combinatorics. The successful PhD candidates will
pursue their PhD degrees within

Project 15 'Random graphs on a surface'

of the Doctoral Program 'Discrete Mathematics', under the supervision of
Univ.-Prof. Mihyun Kang as a member of the Combinatorics Group
(https://www.math.tugraz.at/comb/) at the Graz University of Technology.

For the description of possible PhD topics see
https://www.math.tugraz.at/discrete/index.php?link=projects&link2=15


Qualifications and condition of employment:

- Strong track record of mathematical studies
- Master's degree in mathematics or theoretical computer science is
required to be employed, but does not necessarily have to be awarded at
the time of application

Length and salary:

- PhD position is for up to 4 years
- There is additional funding for extended research stays abroad
and attendance of conferences

Application documents:

- curriculum vitae (academic CV)
- a short description of your qualifications and experience (i.e.
list or transcript of courses, Diploma or Master thesis)
- a cover letter describing your scientific interests and your
preferred research topics as well as your earliest possible starting date

Please merge your application documents into a single pdf-file. The
application consisting of a single pdf-file should be submitted by
e-mail to discrete@tugraz.at

Please mention in the application e-mail and in the cover letter that
you are applying for Project 15 'Random graphs on a surface' of the
Doctoral Program 'Discrete Mathematics'.

One to three confidential reference letters (one by their master thesis
advisor) should directly be sent to discrete@tugraz.at.

TU Graz Austria Go Academia
30 Apr 2019 Postdoc position in computational geometry in Prague

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A postdoc position is available at the Institute of Computer Science of the
Czech Academy of Sciences.

The position is for the period June 2019 to March 2020, with the
possibility of renewal (starting date is negotiable). Research will be
conducted within the project “Structural properties of visibility in terrains
and farthest color Voronoi diagrams”, funded by the Czech Science
Foundation. The PI of the project is Maria Saumell.

The position comes with a gross salary of 44000 CZK/month which is quite
above the average salary in Prague. Additionally, there is support for
travel. There are no teaching duties. The successful candidate would also
have the possibility to join the RISE project CONNECT (
https://www.connect-rise.eu/).

The candidates should have strong background in discrete and computational
geometry. The age limit is 35 years excluding maternity and parental leave,
and sick leave in the case of a long-term illness.

Prague is a vibrant, multicultural and beautiful city. It offers a great
quality of life and benefits from a strategic location in the heart of
Europe.

To apply, please send a cover letter, your CV, and a proof of education to
ics@cs.cas.cz. Additionally, please arrange for two reference letters to be
sent to the same address. The closing date is April 30, 2019.

Institute of Computer Science, Czech Academy of Sciences Czech Republic Go Academia