Friday, July 27, 2018

[DMANET] Postdoctoral Positions at U O'Higgins

The University of O'Higgins, in Rancagua, Chile, is searching for
applicants to fill several postdoctoral positions in all of its institutes,
including the Institute of Engineering Sciences. The applicants should have
interests in some of the research areas covered by the institute, including
Operations Research, Computer Science, Theory of Algorithms, Approximation
and Online Algorithms. Successful candidates will be offered a full time
contract for up to 2 years with a monthly salary of 1500000 CLP (~2300
USD). Candidates are strongly encouraged to contact Jose Verschae <> or Victor Verdugo <> before
submitting their application.


To be considered an applicant must have obtained a PhD. degree within the
last 5 years or to be in process of obtaining it within the next 3 months.
Additionally, potential to collaborate with at least one of the local
researchers ( must be exhibited. The following
documents should be uploaded to

- Curriculum Vitae.
- Certificates of previous degrees.
- Contact information (name, position, institution, phone number and e-mail
address) of 3 references.
- Research plan of maximum 3 pages.


- Application deadline, August 9, 2018.
- Results, September 7, 2018.

ABOUT U. O'Higgins

The University of O'Higgins is a young academic institution created on 2015
in the O'Higgins Region, Chile, whose main objective is to help the
development of the region and its inhabitants through world-class
scientific research and formation of human capital. Its main campus is
located in the region's capital, Rancagua, about 100 kms south from
Santiago. It has a young and very active group of researchers in several
areas, with strong international ties and an active research agenda in
collaboration with other chilean actors. More information at
José Verschae
Director Instituto de Ciencias de la Ingeniería
Universidad de O'Higgins

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