Tuesday, April 16, 2024

[DMANET] Postdoc at Penn State (Fair Division, Matching Theory, Mechanism Design)

Dear Colleagues,

The DS/AI group at Penn State is accepting applications for a postdoctoral
position starting Summer/Fall 2024. Research in this position primarily
focuses on *fairness in resource allocation, matching markets, mechanism
design*, and in general *computational social choice*. We accept
applications from all candidates with a PhD (before the start date) in
computer science, economics, operations research, mathematics, or other
related fields.

*About the position:*

The successful candidate will become a postdoctoral fellow at the College
of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) of the Pennsylvania State
University and will be affiliated with the Center for Artificial
Intelligence Foundations and Engineered Systems (Café) and the FAIR lab led
by Prof. Hadi Hosseini <https://faculty.ist.psu.edu/hadi/index.html>.

The position is for one year, with the possibility of renewal. The start
time and the duration of the position are *flexible*.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with highly
motivated graduate students and receive strong support for career
development through training on teaching, grant proposal writing, and other
collaborative work.

*To apply:*

- Please send your CV, research statement, and any other relevant material
(in one PDF file) to: hadi@psu.edu

- Deadline (soft deadline): *May 1, 2024*.

- Applications will still be accepted after this deadline, but the
priority will be given to those applications received by the deadline.

Individuals from underrepresented groups or women are particularly
encouraged to apply.

Please do contact me if you have any questions about this position or its


Hadi Hosseini, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Center for Artificial Intelligence Foundations and
Engineered Systems (CAFE)
Assistant Professor, College of Information Sciences and Technology

Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA


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