Wednesday, May 26, 2021

[DMANET] Postdoc position in the Algorithms and Complexity Group at TU Wien (Vienna)

The Algorithms and Complexity Group at TU Wien ( is offering a 6-year full-time postdoc position with a research focus on Algorithmics and Algorithm Engineering to start in September 2021. The successful candidate will work under supervision of Prof. Martin Noellenburg.

Application deadline: June 10, 2021.

The specific requirements for this position are the following:

- A completed PhD degree in Computer Science (or a related area)
- Excellent knowledge in algorithmics and algorithm engineering
- Research experience in one or more of the following areas: graph drawing, graph algorithms, computational geometry, combinatorial optimization, visualization algorithms
- Excellent publications in top-tier conferences and journals
- Very good oral and written communication skills
- Experience and interest in (independent) teaching and supervision of students
- A good command of English and German is necessary

We offer:

- A stimulating scientific environment at one of the top-ranking universities in computer science in Europe
- Continuing support in personal and academic career development
- Outstanding opportunities for collaboration
- Work place in a central location in one of the most liveable cities in the world

TU Wien is committed to increase female employment in leading scientific positions. Female candidates are explicitly encouraged to apply. Preference will be given when equally qualified.

People with special needs are equally encouraged to apply. In case of any questions, please contact the confidant for disabled persons at the university (contact:

Entry level salary as a postdoctoral researcher is covered by level B1 of the Austrian Collective Agreement for university staff, and receives a minimum of currently EUR 3.945,90/month gross, 14 times/year.

Full details (in German) and the electronic submission platform for applications are found here:

For informal inquiries about the position, please contact Prof. Martin Noellenburg <>.

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