Postdoc Positions for 2023-24

I am looking for three postdoctoral fellows for the next academic year to work with me at Bocconi.

The positions offer an internationally competitive salary (up to 65,000 Euro per year, tax-free, plus relocation assistance and travel allowance), in a wonderful location. The strict application deadline is January 31, 2023. Each position is for one year, renewable to a second year.

Among the topics that I am interested in are spectral graph theory, average-case complexity, “applications” of semidefinite programming, random processes on networks, approximation algorithms, pseudorandomness and combinatorial constructions.

Please contact me if you are interested in these positions and you would like more information.

To apply, go to this link, and then look for the opening for 3 positions dated December 6, 2022, like the one below (unfortunately there isn’t a perma-link to the application form):

Bocconi’s Computing Sciences department has a sizable theory group, that includes Laura Sanità, who works on optimization and approximation algorithms, Alon Rosen, who works on the foundations of cryptography, Marek Elias, who works on online optimization, and Andrea Celli, who works on algorithmic game theory. Next year, Adam Polak who works on fine-grained complexity and analysis of algorithms, will also join us.

Speaking of Alon Rosen, he is also recruiting postdocs for the next academic year, and he has two open positions, that you can find at the same link looking for two positions dated December 14 with an application deadline of February 28:

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