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NETWORKS
University of Amsterdam
Science Park 105-107
1098 XG Amsterdam
Netherlands

The research project NETWORKS is looking for 8 international postdoctoral fellows in mathematics, computer science and quantum computing. Are you interested in the stochastics and algorithmics behind network problems? And would you like to be part of this project with its many activities? Then we invite you to apply for one of these positions.

The NETWORKS project is a collaboration of world-leading researchers from four institutions in The Netherlands: TU Eindhoven, University of Amsterdam, Leiden University and the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI). Research in NETWORKS focuses on stochastics and algorithmics for network problems. NETWORKS offers a highly stimulating research environment and an extensive training program for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows.

Recently NETWORKS was awarded a COFUND grant the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, funded by the European Commission. The grant allows NETWORKS to expand its activities by opening positions for an additional 14 postdoctoral fellows. In this call you can apply for one of the 8 positions available. You can find all details of the NETWORKS programme and the projects available in our information package. Please read this information package carefully before applying.


Application Instructions

Applications should be done through an online form (see https://www.thenetworkcenter.nl/Open-Positions/openposition/30/8-Postdoctoral-fellows-in-Stochastics-and-Algorithmics-COFUND). You should fill in the online application form and provide the following documents combined in one pdf, in English:

  • A proposal (about 3-5 pages) with your research idea and main aim(s), briefly describing approach, methodology, challenges, originality, time table, required training, ethical issues, and potential societal use.
  • A motivation letter that must, among other things, mention the research theme(s) you are interested in and/or the NETWORKS research groups or supervisors you would like to work with;
  • A CV, a copy of your PhD degree and your PhD thesis;

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Contact Person
Dr. Marieke Kranenburg