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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.