Monday, November 14, 2016

[DMANET] Multiple permanent faculty positions in Algorithms and Complexity at the University of Edinburgh, School of Informatics

The School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh seeks to
appoint multiple permanent faculty positions in Algorithms and
Complexity at all levels over the coming year.

Posts are available as Lecturer (~equivalent to Assistant Professor), Reader
(~equivalent to Associate Professor),
and Chair (Full Professor).

We are eager to attract applicants from a variety of specialisms within
algorithms and complexity, including (but not limited to): algorithms for large
data sets, algorithmic game theory and the interface of algorithms with
economics, complexity theory, algorithmic learning theory, randomized
algorithms, approximation algorithms, algorithmic foundations of data privacy,
online algorithms, and algorithmic aspects of security and cryptography, and
quantum algorithms/complexity.

The application deadline for these posts is ** January 31st, 2017 **.

The School of Informatics is one of the top ranked computer science departments
in Europe, with over 100 faculty members. The School is housed in the modern
Informatics Forum building, located in the center of Edinburgh.

Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, is a UNESCO world heritage city, and
has been consistently voted one of the most livable cities in the UK.

More information regarding these positions, their application procedure, and a
link to their online application form (click "Apply" at the bottom of the web
page) can be found at the following two URLs:

For the Lecturer/Reader positions:

For the Chair (Full Professor) position:

Kousha Etessami

Director, Lab for Foundations of Computer Science
School of Informatics
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh, EH8 9AB, UK


The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
Scotland, with registration number SC005336.

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