One PhD/Postdoc Position in Network Analysis Algorithms
The University of Konstanz has been successful in the German Excellence Initiative since 2007.
The PhD/Postdoc position will be part of the new Cluster of Excellence “Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour” (CASCB) at the University of Konstanz, which investigates the collective behaviour and associated patterns in humans and animals in an unprecedented interdisciplinary approach by applying and developing an innovative range of quantitative methods and novel technologies. The position will be embedded into the conceptional framework of the CASCB Research Area C "Computational Methods for Measuring, Analysing and Visualising Collective Behaviour“.
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We are seeking a highly motivated candidate (f/m/d) with a strong interest in network analysis algorithms to investigate interactions within collectives, in particular for the exploration of collective behaviour in immersive environments. Successful candidates will have an MSc degree in computer science or related field and ideally already gained experience with graph algorithm development, algorithm engineering and virtual reality.
If successful, your work will likely lead to some highly relevant publications that form the basis for future broad applications across a range of disciplines.
The position is primarily targeted as a PhD study but also open to candidates on a junior postdoc level. The position will be available from January 2020 or upon agreement.
For more information on the research topic, please contact Prof. Falk Schreiber (Chair for Life Science Informatics, University of Konstanz): email@example.com
Please submit your application (CV, statement of motivation and research interests, official transcripts of education certificates) in one pdf to our Online Application Portal. The deadline for applications is December 13th 2019 or until position is filled.
The University of Konstanz is committed to ensuring an environment that is free from discrimination and provides equal opportunities as well as a good balance between university and family life. To find out how the University of Konstanz supports working couples through its dual career program, please visit: http://www.uni-konstanz.de/dcc. Persons with disabilities are explicitly encouraged to apply. They will be given preference if appropriately qualified (contact + 49 7531 88–4016).Apply for Network Analysis