Wednesday, October 26, 2022

[DMANET] PhD Positions in Multiagent Systems at the University of Warwick, UK

We are seeking PhD candidates in the topic of Multiagent Systems and
related areas, with particular emphasis on one or more of: computational
social choice, algorithmic game theory, multiagent learning, and social
and economic networks. The multiagent systems researchers at University
of Warwick include Markus Brill, Ramanujan Sridharan, Long Tran-Thanh,
and Paolo Turrini.

The University of Warwick has one of the leading Computer Science
departments in the UK (ranked 4th UK computer science department in the
2021 research excellence framework). The department, particularly
well-known for its research in theoretical computer science,
consistently produces top quality research and has strong links with
research in complex systems and mathematics for real-world applications.
The successful applicant(s) will have the opportunity to work in a
vibrant multiagent systems group with a strong record of publications at
top-tier venues.

The expected starting date is October 2023 or as soon as possible

Informal enquiries to any of the involved researchers are strongly

- Markus Brill (

- Ramanujan Sridharan (

- Long Tran-Thanh

- Paolo Turrini (

The deadline for our internal application round is November 15th 2022.
To apply, please fill out the application form at

We aim to shortlist the candidates by November 30th and complete the
interviews by December 9th. Top-ranked candidates will be put forward
for a fully funded position through the Computer Science Centre for
Doctoral Training and Research (CDT) by January 31st 2023.

For more information on the official application process, including
stipends and fees, see

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