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 (

Applications should be submitted by email to 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.