Thursday, March 3, 2022

[DMANET] Postdoc Opening in Theoretical Computer Science at National University of Singapore

One/two postdoc positions (with an initial contract of one year and a
possibility of extension for another year, subject to performance) in
computer science are available in the research group of *Diptarka
Chakraborty* ( at National
University of Singapore. Applications are invited from candidates who have
a solid background in algorithm design, computational complexity,
mathematics and have completed their Ph.D. degree in theoretical computer
science or mathematics within the last 3 years (or will complete by Fall
2022). The start date is flexible (the expected start date is August 2022).
Selected candidates will be offered competitive salaries and benefits,
including generous travel funding.

The application should contain:


A short research statement with a description of research so far and
future research goals and interests,

CV including the complete list of publications,

At least two letters of recommendation (to be sent directly to

Application deadline: April 15, 2022 (although applications will be welcome
even after the deadline until the positions are filled)

The application and the recommendation letters should be sent
electronically to:

Shortlisted candidates will be notified sometime in late April and might be
invited to give a 40-minutes presentation on their research work.

Living and working in NUS/Singapore:

NUS is a world-class university that provides an outstanding and supportive
research environment. Its School of Computing is highly ranked (within the
top 15) among the computer science departments in the world. Singapore is a
vibrant, well-connected city with low taxes and a research hub in Asia.

Thanking you,

Diptarka Chakraborty
Assistant Professor,
School of Computing,
National University of Singapore.

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