Monday, May 9, 2016

[DMANET] MADALGO Post Doc position

Center for Massive Data Algorithmics (MADALGO), is a basic research
center funded by the Danish National Research Foundation. The center is
located in the Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University,
Denmark, but also includes researchers at CSAIL, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics and at
Frankfurt University. The center covers all areas of the design,
analysis and implementation of algorithms and data structures for
processing massive data (interpreted broadly to cover computations where
data is large compared to the computational resources), with focus on
I/O-efficient, cache-oblivious and streaming algorithms. See for more information.

Starting August 1, 2016 or later, a postdoc positions is available at
MADALGO under the supervision of Professor Lars Arge
(, Professor Gerth S. Brodal
(, Associate Professor Peyman Afshani
(, and Assistant Professor Kasper Green Larsen
( MADALGO welcomes postdoctoral researchers
with clearly demonstrated experience and skills in the design and
analysis of algorithms and data structures. Researchers with experience
with I/O-efficient, cache-oblivious or streaming algorithms, as well as
with implementation of such algorithms (algorithm engineering
experience) are preferred. The responsibilities of MADALGO postdocs
include work on algorithms for massive dataset problems in collaboration
with center researchers, along with modest teaching responsibilities.

The application deadline for the position is May 22, 2016. Applicants
should apply by sending a letter of interest and a CV, as well as
indicate at least two names of references for recommendations, to
MADALGO center manager Trine Holmgaard (email
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