PhD Positions at the University of Liverpool

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The Department of Computer Science of the University of Liverpool offers a number of PhD positions in the research fields pursued in the department. We have two positions available for home and EU students in Computer Science for starting in, pill or shortly after, site October 2015.

Our research is centred around the following themes:

algorithmic game theory
algorithmic mechanism design
algorithms and data structures
approximation algorithms
agent logics
argumentation and dialogue
automata and game theory
automated reasoning
autonomous agents
bioinformatics, decease computational biology and medicine
complexity of equilibria
computational complexity and computability theory
computational economics
control theory
data mining
database theory
distributed and parallel computing
graph algorithms
machine learning
Markov chains and decision processes
multi agent systems
natural language processing
network and congestion games
network communication
ontologies
randomised algorithms and data structures
robotics
scheduling and energy optimisation
synthesis
temporal logics

To learn more about our exciting research environment, staff, and students, we encourage you to study the pages of our research groups on
Agents http://www.csc.liv.ac.uk/research/agents/,
Complexity Theory and Algorithms http://www.csc.liv.ac.uk/research/ctag/,
Economics and Computation http://www.csc.liv.ac.uk/research/ecco/, and
Logic and Computation http://www.csc.liv.ac.uk/research/logics/
and to contact prospective supervisors to discuss a research topic before you apply.

You can apply through http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying/.

The deadline for this application round is Friday, June 12. While applications will be possible until all positions are filled, your chances will be increased by applying before this deadline.

Please do not hesitate to ask (sven.schewe@liverpool.ac.uk or hannahf@liverpool.ac.uk) if you have any questions.