IRIF (CNRS / U. Paris Diderot), Paris, France, is seeking excellent candidates for about 10 postdoctoral positions in all areas of the Foundations of Computer Science.
IRIF (Institute for Research in Foundations of Computer Science) is a joint laboratory of the CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) and Université Paris Diderot created in 2016 as the merger of the previous laboratories LIAFA and PPS. Research in IRIF spans areas such as the design and analysis of algorithms, complexity, combinatorics, quantum computing, networks and complex systems and distributed computation, theory and algorithms of graphs, automata theory and applications, systems modeling and verification, foundations of programming languages, interactive proof assistance systems, computational formalisms.
The positions are financed either by the laboratory resources, group or personal grants, or by joint applications of IRIF members and the candidate to outside funding agencies. The starting date of the positions will be in the course of 2019, usually around September-October but that can depend on the financial support. For this call, the application deadline is November 15, 2018, but late applications might be considered for future calls or in case of unfilled positions.
Candidate must hold a Ph.D. degree before the start date of position. Knowledge of French is not required, and applications can be sent either in French or in English. It is recommended, prior to applying, to contact one or more of the permanent members of IRIF, those closest to the potential candidate’s area, in order to get more information.
To apply to the positions, please visit https://www.irif.fr/en/postes/postdoc