The Technical University of Munich (Germany) is looking for PhD students and post-docs working in a new project on randomized collective choice led by Prof. Felix Brandt.

Prospective candidates should have the ability to work rigorously on well-defined problems and be enthusiastic about being involved in a new and dynamic area of research. They will assist in teaching courses on Algorithmic Game Theory and/or Computational Social Choice. Salary (for both PhD students and post-docs) is according to German tariff E13 and will be around 45k Euro per year. TUM is an international top university and host to the most acclaimed computer science department in Germany (http://www.in.tum.de/en/for-prospective-students/good-reasons/top-ranked-programs/).

Applications should be submitted by email to brandtf@in.tum.de using the subject line “CCL” (Collective Choice Lotteries).

Please enclose a curriculum vitae including a complete list of publications  and a sample publication (e.g., a Master’s thesis).

The submission deadline is April 30th, 2018.

The Higher School of Economics International Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making in St.Petersburg, Russia invites applications for postdoctoral research positions in the fields of Game Theory, Computational Economics, and Discrete Mathematics.

The job involves:

— working under the direct supervision of Prof. Herve Moulin, lab’s academic supervisor,

— participants are encouraged to pursue their own research in parallel with working on  research projects of Game Theory and Decision Making lab in two broad areas:

o  market design & mechanism design

o  game theory: strategic, algorithmic, and experimental

— writing research papers for international peer-reviewed journals in co-authorship with the members of the Lab,

— participation in organization of the events and other contribution to the Lab’s development,

— public presentations of candidate’s own research to the researchers in the field and the broader academic community,

— some teaching is encouraged, though not required.

Requirements:

— a PhD from an international research university in such fields as: Economics, Theoretical Computer Science or Mathematics,

— a strong background in Game Theory, Microeconomics, Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical computer science,

— heavy emphasis on high-quality research,

— ability to work in a team,

— fluent English,

— relevant experience is an asset although not required.

General conditions for Post-Doctoral Research positions can be found here https://iri.hse.ru/faq_pd
Appointments will be normally made for one year. They assume internationally competitive compensation and other benefits including medical insurance.

A CV, research statement and two letters of recommendation should be submitted directly via online application form https://www.hse.ru/expresspolls/poll/211481597.html by  February 15, 2018. Please note that direct applications to the hiring laboratory may not be reviewed.

About HSE

HSE is a young, dynamic, fast-growing Russian research university providing unique research opportunities.

For more information about HSE, please visit our university portal http://hse.ru/en, and the webpage of the Lab: International Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making http://scem.spb.hse.ru/en/ilgt/ ​​​​, or contact the following members of the Lab:

–Herve Moulin (Herve.Moulin@glasgow.ac.uk) and Anna Bogomolnaia (Anna.Bogomolnaia@glasgow.ac.uk), the academic supervisors
–Fedor Sandomirskiy (sandomirski@yandex.ru), the administrative head
–Xenia Adaeva (xadaeva@hse.ru), the manager.

To apply please follow the International Faculty Recruitment website link https://iri.hse.ru/post_game2018

Assistant Professorships in Mathematics, London School of Economics and Political Science

Salary is competitive with Departments at our peer institutions worldwide and not less than GBP 52,427 pa inclusive

The Department of Mathematics at the LSE is on a growth trajectory and is seeking to appoint one or more career-track Assistant Professors to contribute to its further development. We invite applications from candidates with proven research ability in an area of mathematics that fits with the existing research strengths of the Department of Mathematics. We particularly welcome candidates working in FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS or MATHEMATICAL GAME THEORY.

A successful candidate will have an established track-record of research at a level of international excellence, a completed PhD in a mathematical subject by September 2016, and a commitment to excellence in teaching. She or he will maintain an active programme of research and will contribute to the general work of the department, including the teaching of a range of mathematics courses.

The other criteria that will be used when shortlisting for this post can be found on the person specification, which is attached to this vacancy on LSE’s online recruitment system.

In addition to a competitive salary, the benefits that come with this job include an occupational pension scheme, a research incentive scheme with personal reward options, generous research leave (sabbatical) entitlement, a collegial faculty environment and excellent support, training and development opportunities.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to visit the School in February/March 2016.

Further information on the Department can be found athttp://www.lse.ac.uk/maths

To apply for this post, please go to http://www.lse.ac.uk/jobs

The closing date for receipt of applications is 15 January 2016(23:59h UK time). We are unable to accept any late applications.

Ikerbasque Research Fellow Positions in Economics
Four research groups in the field of Economics of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) are pleased to support promising research candidates in their applications for an Ikerbasque Research Fellow position (see PDF with further information, andhttp://www.ikerbasque.net)

  • 5 year contracts
  • PhD degree taken Jan 2004 – Dec 2011
  • Support letter from the host group is mandatory

Posted on February 28, 2014.
Deadline March 31, 2014, 13:00h CET

3 Postdoc positions in algorithmic game theory at the University of Oxford.
Informal inquiries to Elias Koutsoupias (elias@cs.ox.ac.uk).
Posted on September 11, 2013. Deadline October 10, 2013

Lectureship in Mathematics, London School of Economics, for candidates with research interests in mathematical or computational aspects of Game Theory.
Posted on December 15, 2011. Deadline January 30, 2012

Lectureship in Mathematics, London School of Economics, for candidates with research interests in mathematical or computational aspects of Game Theory.
Posted on December 15, 2011. Deadline January 30, 2012