30 Apr 2017
Open positions in Machine Learning, Optimization, Data Mining, Computational Economics
Yahoo Research is growing its strategic research teams to enable the company to build new products and platforms that our customers need, now and in the future. We have exciting job openings in several technical focus areas that are located in our New York City office located one block from Times Square.
We hire the best scientific minds who like to roll up their sleeves, make new discoveries and contribute to the success of the business. We are looking for Research Scientists with a PhD degree in Computer Science, Industrial or Electrical Engineering or Mathematical Optimization. Our scientists specialize in designing and building scalable and reliable distributed and parallel systems that serve all the aspects of big data like data mining, optimization, machine learning, computational economics and analytics. Our group recently grew in all the above disciplines and we continue our expansion.
We design innovative algorithms to push the capacity, performance and reliability of our platforms, exploit novel hardware and software architectures, and evaluate the impact in Web-scale production settings. We actively contribute to the scientific and open source communities in foundations of Computer Science, Machine Learning, Mathematical Optimizationand Computational Economics.
Here are some reasons to explore this opportunity:
1. We have a huge number of research problems to solve that lie on the intersection of Optimization, Machine Learning and ComputationalEconomics. If you are an expert in one of these fields and want to expand your research profile this is an ideal place for you.
2. We work on game changing products and solutions, you can quickly see how your research ideas and algorithms influence revenue and user engagement. The selection of our projects is unparalleled and we have amazing relationships with the product groups.
3. We care about you continuing your fundamental research, publishing papers and keeping track of the latest technologies developed in your respective field.
· Deep dive into the data to understand and apply patterns, while maintaining a sense of the big picture.
· Work closely with colleagues on the engineering team to put research results into action.
· Provide thought leadership to guide the direction of Yahoo products and services.
· Push your own research agenda and look to influence our products and services with your expertise.
Required Skills and Qualifications
· PhD inComputer Science, Industrial or Electrical Engineering or Mathematical Optimization.
· Strong research track record (academic or industrial) in one of the following areas: Mathematical Optimization and Algorithm Design, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, ComputationalEconomics (auctions, pricing, mechanism design) or related areas.
· Strong design and implementation skills inJava or C++. Experience with large-scale production code development is a plus.
· Ability to conduct research that is justified and guided by business opportunities.
· Strong communication and presentation skills.
Please send your CV and a short letter of interest to Maxim Sviridenko (sviri at yahoo-inc dot com).
28 Apr 2017
Research Assistant/Associate in Computational Optimisation Research
We are seeking to appoint a Research Assistant/Associate to work on the EPSRC-funded project GALINI: Global ALgorithms for mixed-Integer Nonlinear optimisation of Industrial systems. This project develops and deploys a new, open-source mixed-integer nonlinear optimisation solver GALINI. We will develop decision-making tools for energy efficiency challenges in process systems engineering through novel advances in mixed-integer nonlinear optimisation (MINLP).
|Imperial College - London
26 Apr 2017
PhD positions in Operational Research
PhD positions in Mathematics at LSE (the London School of Economics and Political Science)
The Department of Mathematics at LSE has openings for PhD students, including in the areas of Discrete Mathematics, Operations Research and Analytics, and Game Theory. We are seeking exceptionally talented and motivated students with a strong mathematical background and interest in combinatorics, discrete random structures, mathematical foundations of operations research, discrete optimisation, algorithms, mathematical and algorithmic game theory, and related areas.
For further information about the PhD programme, application procedures, and faculty please see
Applicants will automatically be considered for LSE funding covering fees and paying GBP 18,000/year (approximately EUR 21,000 or USD 22,000) for up to 4 years. The award of these scholarships is competitive, based on academic performance (typically in an MSc or equivalent) and suitability of the proposed research. The second (and last) application deadline for funding is 26 April 2017.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to contact the following department faculty members, well in advance of the deadline, to discuss their qualifications and research interests before submitting a formal application:
Discrete Mathematics: Prof Graham Brightwell
Operations Research: Prof Gregory Sorkin
Game Theory: Prof Bernhard von Stengel
It is fine if you wish to write to several of us, but then please do so in a single email.
|London School of Economics
26 Apr 2017
Postdoc position in algorithms for big data
We are seeking to recruit a Post-doctoral Research Fellow to work in the area of algorithms for analysing large data sets. The position is based at the University of Warwick, in the United Kingdom (UK).
You will be expected to perform high quality research under the supervision of Professor Graham Cormode, as part of the ERC funded project 'Small Summaries for Big Data'. This can encompass streaming algorithms, sketching and dimensionality reduction, distributed monitoring and mergable summaries, verification of outsourced computation, or other related topics. The expectation is that you will produce breakthough research results in the summarisation of large volumes of data, and publish these results in top rated venues.
You will possess a PhD or an equivalent qualification in Computer Science or a very closely related discipline (or you will shortly be obtaining it). You should have a strong back ground in one of the following areas: algorithm design and analysis; randomised and approximation algorithms; communication complexity and lower bounds; streaming or sublinear algorithms. The post is based in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick, but collaborations with closely related research organisations such as the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (DIMAP), the Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities (WISC) and the newly formed Alan Turing Institute (ATI) will be strongly encouraged.
Candidates should provide with their application form a CV, a list of publications and a research statement.
|University of Warwick
23 Apr 2017
Assistant Professor in Opimisation and Industrial Engineering
IMT Atlantique (École Nationale Supérieure Mines-Télécom Atlantique
Bretagne Pays de la Loire) is an elite graduate school of engineering
and international research center under the authority of the French
Ministry of Industry and Digital Communication. Resulting from the
recent merger on 1 January 2017 of Télécom-Bretagne and Mines-Nantes,
it is a school of the Institut Mines-Télécom (the leading group in
France for study and research in engineering and management: includes
12 engineering institutes and 1 business school located throughout
Based on 3 different campuses (Brest, Rennes and Nantes), IMT
Atlantique aims to combine energy and digital technology to transform
society and industry through education, research and innovation in
order to become an international reference in this area.
Each year, IMT Atlantique guides approximately 2.300 students in
engineering, Masters of Science and Ph.D. programs. Its research
activities, at the crossroads of business and higher education, are
led by 290 researchers which produce over 1000 publications each year
and 18M € of funded research and development. Its courses are based on
cutting-edge research performed in 6 joint research laboratories:
GEPEA, IRISA, LATIM, Lab-STICC, LS2N and SUBATECH.
The Department of Automation, Production and Computer Sciences (DAPI:
Département Automatique, Productique et Informatique) of IMT
Atlantique is located on the Nantes Campus. The department employs
around one hundred people, forty of which are full professors or
assistant/associate professors (fr. Maître Assistant). The research
topics of DAPI include Control, Robotics, Operations Research,
Industrial Engineering, Mathematical Decision Making, and Software
Engineering. DAPI is a member of the LS2N CNRS research laboratory
(http://ls2n.fr/) recently created from the merging of the IRCCyN and
The candidate will be integrated into the Optimization and Decision
Aiding group of DAPI and the Logistics and Production System (SLP)
Team of LS2N. The research in SLP focuses on analyzing, modeling and
solving optimization and decision making problems which appear in
logistics and production systems at strategic, tactical and
operational levels. The candidate will be asked to focus his research
on domains related to the Factories of the Future (FoF) initiative of
the European Union Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
Collaboration with the other IMT Atlantique/LS2N team, TASC, in
constraint programming, will be encouraged.
The candidate will teach in the industrial engineering and
optimization curriculum of IMT Atlantique, in particular the IMT
Atlantique engineering programme and/or the MOST international Master
of Science. (Management and Optimization of Supply Chains and
The candidate will participate in education, academic and
collaborative research objectives. He/she will be actively involved in
local, national and international partnerships of DAPI and LS2N.
He/she will be asked to take administrative responsibilities in
teaching programs, research projects or institutional endeavors.
• The candidate will be involved in the IMT Atlantique educational
programs, particularly those of the DAPI the engineering curriculum
and the MOST MSc. Teaching experience in some of the following
subjects is required:
o Industrial engineering
o Design of production systems
o Production planning and scheduling
o Inventory control and demand forecasting
o Combinatorial optimization, robust optimization and decision making
o Metaheuristics, heuristic and exact optimization algorithms
o Programming languages (e.g., Java, Python, C++)
• IMT Atlantique is particularly interested in qualitative and
innovative teaching methods. A strong investment in pedagogical
activities related to his/her courses is expected.
• IMTA trains engineers for a quickly evolving industry. The capacity
of the candidate to teach in this context and propose and supervise
student projects in collaboration with industry is desired.
Research and collaborative projects
The candidate will perform his/her research in the fields of the
Logistics and Production Systems team: design, planning and scheduling
of production systems, optimization of transportation and logistics
networks, risk assessment and control in services and industrial
He/she will develop optimization and decision-aiding tools in the
framework of projects related to Factories of the Future (FoF). This
work will be related to the optimization of production systems,
logistics networks or supply chain, in connection with innovative
communication technology. Research experience in production
scheduling, in particular in a stochastic, robust or dynamic context,
will be appreciated.
The recruited candidate will be expected to publish his/her work in
high-level international journals and conferences. He/she will also be
expected to supervise master and PhD students’ research. His/her
research will be conducted through local, national, European, and
Finally, the candidate will be expected to propose collaborative
research projects with industry and contribute to enhancing the
overall reputation of IMT Atlantique.
According to the Maître Assistant status, the candidate must have the
nationality of a European Community country, member of EEC.
He/she will have strong competences in optimization and industrial
engineering as well as:
• Skill and motivation for teaching and research, in particular in
connection with industry.
• Ability to propose, obtain, and participate in research and applied
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in projects.
• Open-minded, self-assessment capacity.
• Interest and openness to the world of business and innovation in education.
• Scientific publications.
• Excellent practice of English.
• Good computer programming skills.
For further information, contact Alexandre Dolgui, Head of DAPI –
email@example.com – tél : +33 2 51 85 82 18
The deadline for submitting an application is 23 April 2017.
To obtain the complete application dossier, please contact Human
Florence MOULET– firstname.lastname@example.org - tél : +33 2 51 85 83 63
Jean-Philippe ROULLAND – email@example.com –
tél: +33 2 51 85 83 54
Institut Mines Telecom Atlantique
4 rue Alfred Kastler
44307 Nantes CEDEX 3.
Website of Institut Mines Telecom Atlantique: http://www.imt-atlantique.fr
19 Apr 2017
PhD Position in Multiobjective Optimisation
LAMSADE research center, in Paris Dauphine University, is inviting applications for an open, fully funded, three years PhD position in multiobjective optimization, entitled "Discrete representation of the Pareto set in multi-objective optimization".
Details on the subject: https://www.lamsade.dauphine.fr/sites/default/IMG/pdf/galandvanderpooten2.pdf
- Master in Operations Research - Computer science or equivalent
- Strong skills in programming
- Knowledge in multiobjective optimization or approximation theory would be appreciated
Application procedure and deadline:
Any interested candidate is invited to email his/her application (including CV, letter of motivation, academic record during the last two years and possibly the name of one reference with her/his email-address) to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
The application deadline is April 19, 2017.
A first selection will be performed among eligible applications, and selected candidates will be interviewed.
|Paris Dauphine University
13 Apr 2017
Ricercatore a tempo determinato RTDa in Ricerca Operativa
Si comunica che è disponibile il bando per un concorso per ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipo A per l'SSD MAT/09 richiesto dal Dipartimento Politecnico di Ingegneria e Architettura.
|Università di Udine
10 Apr 2017
PhD position in Operational Research
The Department of Operations and Systems Management of the Portsmouth Business School has an opening for PhD student, in optimization of Multimodal Transportation Systems. We are seeking exceptionally talented and motivated students with a strong mathematical background.
Applicants will have a good first degree (minimum 2.1 or equivalent) and Masters in mathematics, transportation engineering, operations research, computer science, industrial engineering, economics, or another subject relevant to business and management. Solid records in linear optimization and familiarity with (preferably) C/C++ or Java are very essential.
For further information about the application procedures, eligibility etc. please see http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AWT335/phd-studentship-integrated-design-of-network-operations-in-multimodal-transportation/
Enquiries relating to the topic should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Portsmouth Business School
09 Apr 2017
Tenure-track Professorship in Large-Scale Data-Intensive Systems
Aalto University (Helsinki, Finland) invites applications for a tenured or tenure-track professor in Large-Scale Data-Intensive Systems.
05 Apr 2017
Lecturer position in Operational Research
The Department of Management Science at Lancaster University currently has 2 openings at the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level in Operations Research. We particularly encourage candidates with research interests in Simulation and/or Health Care applications of Operations Research to apply.
05 Apr 2017
Assegno di Ricerca in Vehicle Routing - Last Mile Logistics
È stato appena bandito un Assegno di Ricerca, di durata annuale per un importo di 25000 Euro, al Dipartimento di Informatica dell'Università di Pisa dal titolo “Problemi di Vehicle Routing nell'ambito della logistica “ultimo miglio””. Tale assegno è rivolto a laureati magistrali in discipline scientifiche (Informatica, Matematica, Ingegneria) e riguarderà l'analisi concettuale e l'implementazione di algoritmi per problemi di distribuzione di merci in ambito urbano e metropolitano dalle piattaforme logistiche dei corrieri nazionali al destinatario, tramite un servizio di condivisione dei mezzi di operatori locali, con l'obbiettivo di ridurre gli impatti in termini di traffico veicolare ed emissioni inquinanti, nonché i costi di consegna. L'assegno è completamente finanziato dalla T.I.M.E. S.r.l. http://www.timegroup.it nell'ambito del Progetto SII MOBILITY, e prevede una significativa parte implementativa su piattaforma Java secondo i vincoli di implementazione e deployment e le specifiche tecniche definiti dal progetto. La sede di svolgimento sarà il Dipartimento di Informatica dell'Università di Pisa, con possibili trasferte presso i locali della T.I.M.E. S.r.l.
La società T.I.M.E. S.r.l. è interessata ad acquisire nel medio termine competenze specifiche riguardo alla soluzione di problemi di ottimizzazione, pertanto potrà essere considerata l'estensione dell'assegno per un secondo anno, ed in seguito altre forme di collaborazione.
Per ulteriori informazioni è possibile fare riferimento ad Antonio Frangioni - email@example.com.
|Università di Pisa / TIME S.r.l.
03 Apr 2017
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Management Science (Operations Research) x 2
Two positions open at the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level (equivalent to Assistant/Associate Professor) into the Operations Research group within the Department of Management Science at the Management School of Lancaster University
03 Apr 2017
Lecturer position in O.R. and M.S.
The Department of Management Science at Lancaster University currently has two vacancies for lecturer or senior lecturer (equivalent to assistant professor and associate professor, respectively) in Operational Research.
|University of Lancaster
01 Apr 2017
Postdoc position in Sustainable Urban Transportation Planning
We currently invite applications for a postdoc position in Sustainable Urban Transportation Planning at Concordia University - CIRRELT (Montreal, Canada).
Ivan Contreras and Gilbert Laporte
Urban transportation concerns the movement of both freight and people in urban areas and involves different stakeholders. The considerable urban population growth over the last decades, together with the rise of e-commerce, and the increased attention to sustainability poses important challenges for the planning of urban transportation systems, particularly in the freight transport sector. The main goal of this research proposal is to study strategic optimization models in urban freight transportation that integrate facility location, capacity planning, fleet composition, and vehicle routing decisions. In particular, it will focus on the design of two-level urban freight transportation networks involving urban consolidation centers and cross-dock satellites. Mathematical models will be developed to analyze the impact of location, capacity selection, link activation, and routing decisions on pollution when these are taken into account in the design of urban freight transportation networks. Approximate and exact solution algorithms will also be developed to efficiently solve these problems.
Academic qualifications required
Phd in Operations Research, Industrial Engineering, Transportation, or related fields with experience in mathematical modeling and in the development of decomposition methods for large-scale optimization.
Advanced knowledge in commercial optimization solvers (CPLEX or GUROBI) and programming skills in C/C++ or Java are required.
Knowledge in urban transportation planning is desirable.
Applicants must not currently hold a postdoctoral appointment at Concordia
Priority will be given to postdoctoral fellows who have obtained their PhD from another university although in exceptional cases Concordia graduates may be considered
Applicants must adhere to the postdoctoral fellow eligibility criteria outlined in Concordia University’s Postdoctoral Policy
Timeline and application process
Application deadline: open until the position is filled but no later than April 1, 2017
Fellowship start date: no later than July 1, 2017
Submission process: all documents must be submitted to Cynthia Raso
Please include the reference number with your application
One to three (1-3) page research statement demonstrating fit with the program described above.
Current curriculum vitae demonstrating research excellence and a capacity for leadership in the domain (maximum 5 pages).
Two letters of reference from academic supervisors or current employers to be sent via e-mail directly to Cynthia Raso
|Concordia University, CIRRELT
01 Apr 2017
Assistant Professor in Combinatorial Optimisation and Algorithmics
A teaching and research position (tenure-track Assistant/Associate
Professor level) is offered in Computer Science at University Paris
Research will take place at LAMSADE (http://www.lamsade.dauphine.fr) within
the “Combinatorial Optimization and Algorithmics” research group.
The research activities of the group are related to the following research
Algorithms with a performance guarantee (exact and parameterized solution
of NP-hard problems, approximation, algorithmic games),
Mathematical programming and discrete structures (linear and integer
programming, polyhedral approaches, robustness, optimization in graphs.
The research of the candidate should be strongly connected to at least one
of these axes.
Except from application’s quality that will be main priority of the
selection committee, research profiles lying in the intersection of the
research interests of the group will be greatly appreciated.
Teaching will take place within several Departments of the University,
mainly within the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (MIDO).
Denis Cornaz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ridha Mahjoub (email@example.com)
Vangelis Paschos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|University Paris Dauphine
30 Mar 2017
Assistant Professor in Distributed Algorithms
A research and teaching position at the level of assistant professor (French: maître de conférences) in Theoretical Computer Science is available in the Aix-Marseille University in the south of France. This is a full time and permanent faculty position. Teaching is in the French language so the candidate should be able to communicate and teach in French. The preferred research profile is in the area of Distributed algorithms (see details below).
Interested candidates are expected to contact members of the appropriate research group before making a formal application.
Application deadline: 30 March 2017.
Additional information about the position (in French) is available at the link below and on the online application portal (GALAXIE) used for all university positions in France.
Full Profile Information:
The recruited associate professor will join one of the 7 research groups of the Theoretical Computer Science Laboratory (LIF). There is a priority for the DALGO (Distributed Algorithms) research group.
The DALGO research group, created in January 2014, performs research on fundamental aspects of distributed computing. Understanding the functioning of distributed systems is fundamental for practical applications as well as in theoretical computer science. The members of DALGO are interested in the computational power of many models of distributed computing, as well as on the distributed complexity of solving problems in these models. The four main research topics studied by the group are: the design and the analysis of distributed algorithms; the study of mobile agent systems; the modelling and analysis of dynamic networks; sensors networks and synchronous distributed programming.
The candidate should have an expertise on additional aspects of distributed algorithms, or in some of the topics already studied by the group. He or she should have demonstrated a strong record of contributions in fundamental aspects of distributed computing.
30 Mar 2017
Postdoc in Financial Engineering and Operations Research
The Department of Management Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark invites applications for a position as postdoc in the area of Business Analytics and Operations Research. The position is time-limited to two years.
The position will be part of the division of Management Science at DTU’s Management Engineering Department. The division of Management Science (MS) is the largest MS division in Denmark. It is recognised internationally as one of the leading MS divisions in Scandinavia and includes Operations Research (OR), Implementation and Performance Management (IPM), and Operations Management (OM). The OR group, in which the position is available, focuses on OR approaches and covers all phases of the OR cycle: From problem analysis over model building to the development of new solutions methods and interpretation of the results. Typical application areas in OR at DTU are health care, maritime, public transport and transportation planning, financial engineering, manpower planning, and energy.
Responsibilities and tasks
The postdoc is expected to conduct research in the intersection of finance and mathematical modeling as part of the Operations Research discipline at a high international level. Within Financial Engineering potential areas of particular interest to the Operations Research group are areas like yield management, asset allocation, asset liability management, stochastic programming etc. Dissemination of research results is expected through scientific publications in leading peer-reviewed journals, interdisciplinary collaborative projects at national and international level as well as through collaboration with organizations and industry. Experience with another data science area beyond Operations Research (like eg. machine learning) is an advantage.
The postdoc will have some minor teaching obligations in relations to teaching in the Operations Research group with a focus on Financial Engineering. Supervision of BSc and MSc projects will also be part of the employment.
The Department of Management Engineering values a combination of theory development and a focus on real-life applications. An example could be applications from the energy industry such as asset allocation in power markets or optimization of revenue in a fenceless fare structure from the airline industry. The Department is team-oriented.
The postdoc is expected to take interest in taking an advantage of the possibilities of developing collaboration with related groups both internally at the Department and externally with other departments at the university as well as national and international Networks.
Candidates should have a PhD degree (or equivalent). In addition, candidates are expected to have:
An interest in teaching and project supervision
Demonstrated ability and desire to publish in international high-impact ISI journals
Critical analytical and problem-solving skills including the ability to program
Strong ability to work effectively within and across groups
Fluency in English, both spoken and written
In the assessment of the candidates, consideration will be given to
Documentation of didactic/pedagogic training.
Scientific production and research potential at an international level within OR.
The ability to promote and utilize research results.
An all-round academic experience basis.
The ability to contribute to the development of internal and external cooperation.
DTU offers an interesting and challenging job in an international environment focusing on education, research, scientific advice and innovation which contribute to enhancing the economy and improving social welfare. We strive for academic excellence, collegial respect and freedom tempered by responsibility. DTU is a leading technical university in northern Europe and benchmarks with the best universities in the world.
Salary and terms of employment
The appointment will be based on the collective agreement with the Confederation of Professional Associations. The allowance will be agreed with the relevant union.
Further information may be obtained from Head of Division, Professor Jesper Larsen, email@example.com, tel.: +45 4525 3385.
Please submit your online application no later than 30 March 2017. Applications must be submitted as one PDF file containing all materials to be given consideration. To apply, please open the link "Apply online," fill in the online application form, and attach all your materials in English in one PDF file. The file must include:
Application (cover letter)
List of publications indicating scientific highlights
H-index, and ORCID (see e.g. http://orcid.org/)
Documentation of teaching experience (e.g. in the form of a teaching portfolio)
Applications and enclosures received after the deadline will not be considered.
All qualified candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, disability, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.
|Danish Technical University
22 Mar 2017
PhD position in graph algorithms
PhD position in Graph Algorithms - University of Orléans, France
The Graph, Algorithms and Models of Computation research group at the Computer Science Laboratory of Orleans (LIFO)
of University of Orléans, France, has the financial support for a PhD position.
The position is for three years starting October 1, 2017 (standard french PhD support).
The successful candidate will be working under the supervision of Dr Mathieu Liedloff and Professor Ioan Todinca.
The application deadline is March 22, 2017.
The main goal of this PhD project is to design exponential-time algorithms to solve NP-hard graph problems.
Indeed, we cannot expect polynomial worst-case time algorithms solving exactly such problems, except if P=NP.
Thus we aim at designing and analyzing algorithms with running-time O(c^n), where n is the instance size
and c is a (suitably small) constant. An exponential running-time is also unavoidable when we want to enumerate
an exponential number of objects (e.g., subset of vertices in a graph fulfilling some properties). Other
algorithmic approaches will be studied as well during the PhD project, especially parameterized algorithms.
SALARY AND LOCATION
The monthly gross salary is about 1760 euros. The PhD student will be located in Orléans in
the research group GAMoC (Graphs, Algorithms and Computational Models). The city of Orléans
is situated in the Center of France, 1 hour by train from Paris.
We are looking for highly motivated Ph.D. candidates, with a strong background
in construction and analysis of algorithms. Background in algorithmic graph theory is highly desirable.
Knowledge in discrete mathematics, complexity, computability and graph theory is appreciated.
Background in moderately exponential algorithms or FPT algorithms would be an asset.
The applicants must have a Master's degree in Computer Science or related fields.
English is a required language; French may be useful in every day life, teaching, etc.
Applications (including detailed CV, examination results from last 2 years, letter of motivation, possibly letters of recommendation) should be send
to Dr. Mathieu Liedloff (Mathieu.Liedloff@univ-orleans.fr ) and Prof. Ioan Todinca (Ioan.Todinca@univ-orleans.fr ), the supervisors of the PhD project.
The application deadline is March 22, 2017.
Mathieu Liedloff (Mathieu.Liedloff@univ-orleans.fr)
Ioan Todinca (Ioan.Todinca@univ-orleans.fr)
LIFO - Université d'Orléans
|University of Orleans
22 Mar 2017
Assistant professorship in Data Science
The University of Bristol is seeking to appoint a Lecturer or Senior
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) to the Department of Computer Science.
Candidates are sought with expertise and research interests in the
technologies and methods that underpin modern data science. With this
appointment the department seeks to expand its activity at the
intersection between data science, artificial intelligence, machine
learning and cloud computing.
|University of Bristol
20 Mar 2017
PhD position in optimisation of local production chains
We are looking for a strong, motivated PhD candidate with a background
in mathematics and/or computer science for a PhD scholarships in the
field of optimization of local production chains at BTU in Cottbus, Germany.
The GRS Cluster "Local Production by Smart Value Chains" is funded by
the BTU and involves the Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht. Within this
project cluster five scholars work together on current topics in the
field of production and materials engineering, one of them with
special focus on mathematical questions. From a technological point
of view, the cluster focuses on combining classic production processes
of mass production with locally acting manufacturing processes. This
combination opens the possibility for individualizing components and
for localizing production near the end customers, but also for
repairing and maintaining components with minimal cost. The
mathematical research of the cluster aims at optimizing production
steps in local production facilities. In particular, this involves the
design of fast approximation algorithms for special constrained path
and network flow problems.
The Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU) Cottbus-Senftenberg
supports the thematic cluster “Local Production by Smart Value Chains”
as part of the BTU Graduate Research School (GRS). Successful
applicants are expected to begin their research as soon as possible
with a scholarship for three years. Cottbus is a city offering
various benefits such as inexpensive housing and cost of living as
well as close vicinity to Berlin, Dresden and the recreation and lake
district area "Spreewald". The basic scholarship is 1400 Euros per
month. The GRS will also offer additional support for doctoral
students with children. Scholarship holders will have access to
additional funding of the GRS for their doctoral research
(e.g. mobility grants etc.).
You have obtained a university degree (Master’s or equivalent) in
mathematics, techno-mathematics or computer science (with strong
background in mathematics or operations research) with very good
success. You have strong basic knowledge in discrete optimization and
strive to further develop your expertise towards a PhD degree. You
are communicative and a team player. You are fluent in English, both
written and spoken, and preferably have at least basic knowledge of
the German language.
Working language: German or English
− Certificates and transcripts
− Letter of motivation
*How to apply?*
Please send your application (preferably via email in a single PDF
document) by March 20, 2017 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Technical University of Brandeburg
20 Mar 2017
Postdoc position in Algorithms
Postdoctoral Position in Algorithms
A postdoctoral position in the area of efficient algorithms is available in
the research group of Prof. Susanne Albers, Department of Computer Science,
Technical University of Munich (TU Munich).
The position will be funded by an ERC Advanced Grant. Hence a research interest
in approximation and online algorithms, algorithmic game theory or algorithm
engineering is very welcome. More information about Susanne Albers and
the research group can be found at http://wwwalbers.in.tum.de/index.html.en
The position provides a competitive 12 month salary with standard benefits. The
initial appointment is for a period of one or two years, depending on the research
profile of the candidate. An extension is possible based on the progress in research.
The expected start date of the position is summer 2017.
The successful candidate should have a PhD degree in computer science or
mathematics. Furthermore, he/she should be interested in collaborating with
PhD students. The application material should include (1) a cover letter describing
the interest in the position, (2) a CV and list of publications, (3) a short
research summary, and (4) the names and contact information of at least
two references. The material should be sent electronically to
Applications will be reviewed starting from March 20, 2017.
16 Mar 2017
Senior Research Associate at Lancaster University
An exciting opportunity exists for a researcher to develop bandit algorithms for personalised pricing in a collaborative research project between Lancaster University and a commercial partner. This is an opportunity to use commercial needs outwith the technology sector to inspire the next generation of bandit theory, and to gain experience of working with industry while part of the UK’s leading department for industrially-relevant statistics and operations research.
15 Mar 2017
Postdoc position in Graph Theory
This is to announce one-year postdoc positions (with possible extensions to two years) at the faculty of mathematics, University of tabriz, Iran.(mathematic.tabrizu.ac.ir/en)
The positions are supported by the "Iranian national elites foundation" under the supervision of Prof. Afshin Behmaram.
* Ph.D. in Mathematics or computer science between 2014-2017
* Strong academic background in graph theory.
* Strong research record and potential on graph theory, especially matching, domination and distance in graph.
Research in the above areas. NO teaching duties.
September 2017 (flexible)
around $20 000 per year
Applications including a detailed CV (with e-mail address), a statement of research interests, a complete list of publications and reprints (preprints) of 2 best papers should be sent in a zipped file by e-mail to email@example.com
Please arrange to have at least one letters of reference sent directly to the same e-mail address. Deadline for applications and reference letters is March
|University of Tabriz
15 Mar 2017
PhD Position in Exact Algorithms for Binary Quadratic Problems
A PhD position in optimization at the Alpen-Adria-Universitaet Klagenfurt is available. The position is within an international project funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF and the Slovene Research Agency ARRS and deals with exact algorithms for binary quadratic problems.
Applicants must hold an MSc degree (or equivalent) in mathematics or a strongly related field at the time of hiring. The successful candidate will join the optimization group https://www.aau.at/mathematik/team/#Optimierung, a research team with wide international recognition.
The position comes with substantial travel funding.
There is no obligation to teach, but the possibility to teach (with additional payment).
Starting date is expected at latest September 1, 2017, but negotiable.
Applications including a CV, a letter of motivation, a PDF file of the master/diploma thesis and the name of one reference with her/his email-address, should be sent to
angelika.wiegele at aau.at
until March 15, 2017.
For further information do not hesitate to contact Angelika Wiegele.
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt (AAU) aims to create an environment that young researchers will find beneficial and conducive to their research. Support for young researchers is available trough the Career progression for young researchers.
The AAU is the most attractive campus university in Austria. With a charming campus in leafy surroundings and modern infrastructure, it is possible to blend studying and leisure in a single location.
Moreover, AAU is a certified family friendly employer.
Klagenfurt, home to around 100,000 inhabitants, is a modern city with a high quality of living and with a Mediterranean flair. The campus is situated very close to the mountains, lakes, and the Adriatic. One can enjoy almost any kind of sports, from stand-up paddling to mountaineering, on campus or just a stone’s throw away.
|University of Klagenfurt
15 Mar 2017
PhD positions in combinatorial optimisation
The Algorithms and Complexity Group of IDSIA (www.idsia.ch), University of Lugano (Switzerland), opens two Ph.D. positions in the area of approximation algorithms with special focus on Lift and Project methods and Sum of Squares hierarchy for combinatorial optimization. The position is supported by the SNSF Grant "Lift and project methods for machine scheduling".
The position is for 3 years, with the possibility of an extension by 1 year (subject to approval by SNSF). The gross salary is roughly 50.000 CHF per year (low taxes).
Candidates should have an excellent academic degree in mathematics, theoretical computer science or a related area.
A solid background in Algorithms, Computational Complexity, Discrete Mathematics, Probability Theory, and/or Graph Theory is
helpful. Good communication skills and solid English writing skills are necessary. In addition, the successful candidate will be highly self-motivated, passionate about her/his work, and have good ability to work both independently as well as in a team.
Team members will have the opportunity to cooperate with the Algorithms and Complexity group at IDSIA, which currently consists of 8 researchers. IDSIA offers an international working environment.
Lugano is a tidy and lively town, with a wonderful view on Ceresio lake and mountains around. Ticino Canton offers many opportunities for hiking, biking, skiing, etc.
Any interested candidate should email a detailed CV (including a list of passed Master degree exams with marks, a list of publications, if any, and at most 3 references) to "firstname.lastname@example.org" as soon as possible and not later than 5th March 2017.
The position will be filled as soon as a strong candidate will apply.
For any question, do not hesitate to contact:
Prof. Monaldo Mastrolilli
|Università della Svizzera Italiana and University of Lugano