[Proof Complexity] Danish Data Science Academy postdoc and PhD positions

Jakob Nordström jn at di.ku.dk
Mon Jan 15 23:11:17 CET 2024

Dear colleagues,

I would be most grateful for any assistance in distributing the information below about some exciting (and prestigious) postdoc and PhD openings in Denmark.

Best regards,
Jakob Nordström


Danish Data Science Academy postdoc and PhD positions

The Danish Data Science Academy invites applications for postdoc and PhD fellowships for visionary and ambitious young data scientists who want to pursue their own research ideas in collaboration with a Danish research environment. The postdoc call is at https://ddsa.dk/postdocfellowshipprogramme/ and the PhD call at https://ddsa.dk/phdfellowshipprogramme/, and the application deadline is February 28, 2024.

Applications can be within any field of data science aligning with the DDSA research scope (https://ddsa.dk/ddsaresearchscope/), including, but not limited to, algorithms research within data science and AI and applications of data science or computer science to other areas in natural, technical, or life sciences. The positions will be awarded to the most promising candidates according to their scientific qualifications, motivation, and engagement, as well as the quality, originality, relevance and potential impact of the proposed project. It is a requirement that the applicant has a well-defined research project proposal as well as an agreement with a principal supervisor at a Danish university.

Informal inquiries about opportunities in the Algorithms and Complexity Section at the University of Copenhagen (https://di.ku.dk/english/research/ac/) are welcome and can be directed to Jakob Nordstrom (jn at di.ku.dk) or other faculty in the section. Please contact us during January if you are interested, so that there is enough time to talk about your research ideas and provide feedback on how to turn them into a successful DDSA proposal.

Jakob Nordström, Professor
University of Copenhagen and Lund University
Phone: +46 70 742 21 98 / +45 28 78 38 11

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