The Optimisation and Logistics group at the
School of Computer Science,
The University of Adelaide, Australia
has an open position for a postdoctoral researcher working
within the ARC Discovery Project
“Bio-inspired Computing for Problems with Dynamically Changing Constraints”.
This is a fixed term position for 12 months (available immediately) and starting date is negotiable.
Starting salary is 80,881 AUD per annum (plus superannuation).
We are seeking an excellent candidate with a PhD in
mathematics, theoretical computer science, or applied algorithmics.
The successful applicant should carry out theoretical and applied work on
evolutionary algorithms, ant colony optimisation, and related bio-inspired computing methods.
Candidates having experiences in the field of randomised methods, bio-inspired computing for dynamic problems and/or
computational complexity of bio-inspired computation are highly encouraged to apply.
Currently, around 20 researchers
from several nationalities work in the Optimisation and Logistics group.
The group collaborates with several of the major research
institutions in Europe and the U.S. and has high international visibility.
For more information, please visit http://cs.adelaide.edu.au/~optlog/
Applications (including curriculum vitae, list of publications,
list of university grades, and names of two references with their
e-mail addresses) must be submitted online via
email to frank.neumann at adelaide.edu.au
by September 30, 2016.