We are happy to announce the hiring of three new faculty members in Theoretical Computer Science (TCS) at the University of Amsterdam, thereby further growing the active community of TCS researchers in Amsterdam.
Rebecca Reiffenhäuser and Balder ten Cate are joining the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC), and Nicolas Resch is joining the Theory of Computer Science group at the Informatics Institute, all at the Faculty of Science (FNWI) of the UvA.
The Korteweg-de Vries Institute for Mathematics (KdVI) at the University of Amsterdam and the Gravitation programme NETWORKS invite applications for a tenured position as Assistant Professor in Discrete Mathematics or closely related area.
Preference will be given to candidates who have demonstrated capacities in research and have a strong research program well-aligned with the NETWORKS-programme and the research interests of the Discrete Mathematics and Quantum Information (DMQI) group at KdVI.
Our intent is to attract top talent from all over the world, ambitious and motivated scientists who will forward our goal of having a maximal impact on science and society. We offer a stimulating environment and excellent conditions for research, tightly connected to challenging educational programmes.
Are you enthusiastic about quantum information science and are you equally passionate about research and education in this field? Are you looking forward to taking the next step in your career and are you excited about joining one of the world-leading places in quantum research? The Informatics Institute (IvI) at the University of Amsterdam is seeking to significantly strengthen its quantum profile by appointing a new faculty member in this area on the level of assistant professor (UD).
QuSoft is the Dutch research Center for Quantum Software and Technology, a joint collaboration between the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI). Our mission is to explore and develop uses of quantum computers and other quantum technologies, for the benefit of society. Our researchers develop algorithms, protocols, software and applications that exploit the extraordinary power of quantum computers based on their quantum mechanical properties, such as superposition, interference and entanglement. That requires fundamentally different techniques and approaches from those used to develop conventional software.
About 70 people are involved in QuSoft and we are continuously growing. We are an interdisciplinary research center, involving researchers from CWI and four institutes at UvA: the Institute of Physics, the Institute of Logic, Language and Computation, the Informatics Institute, and the Korteweg-de Vries Institute for Mathematics.
The research is performed along five research lines:
Do you have the ambition to carry out top academic research in Theoretical Computer Science at the Institute for Informatics (IvI)? Do you have a solid background in algorithms and complexity theory and you would like to establish connections to research lines in neighboring disciplines? Are you interested in joining and building a growing community of TCS researchers in Amsterdam? Do you have the drive to teach theoretical computer science in our Bachelor/Master programs?
Are you working at the forefront of theoretical computer science and are you equally passionate about research and teaching in this field? Are you looking forward to taking the next step in your career and are you excited about joining a renowned interdisciplinary research institute with a strong international orientation?
The Korteweg-de Vries Institute for Mathematics (KdVI) of the University of Amsterdam invites you to apply for a PhD position.
Are you a passionate teacher and ambitious researcher working on fundamental questions in AI? Are you looking for a faculty position in a stimulating academic environment? Then please read on.
Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) has a vacancy in the Networks & Optimization research group for a talented postdoctoral researcher in the area of discrete and continuous optimization.