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amvrenssen has written 6 posts for Sydney algorithms group

Multiple Postdoctoral Research Associates in Computer Science

We are advertising multiple postdoctoral research associate positions at The University of Sydney, Australia. The school is embarking on a program to support and promote high quality research. Eight multiple postdoctoral research associate positions will be recruited. Priorities areas are aligned with the school major research strengths such as data science, machine learning, distributing computing, … Continue reading

3 PhD Positions in Algorithms at The University of Sydney

We are advertising three 3-year PhD scholarships in algorithms at The University of Sydney, Australia. The successful applicant will conduct research with Joachim Gudmundsson, William Umboh, and André van Renssen in the Sydney Algorithms and Computing Theory (SACT) group. The specific topic will depend on the skills and interests of the student and could include … Continue reading

3 PhD Position in Algorithms at The University of Sydney

We are advertising three 3-year PhD scholarships in algorithms at The University of Sydney, Australia. The successful applicant will conduct research with Joachim Gudmundsson, William Umboh, and André van Renssen in the Sydney Algorithms and Computing Theory (SACT) group. The specific topic will depend on the skills and interests of the student and could include … Continue reading

3 PhD Position in Algorithms at The University of Sydney

We are advertising three 3-year PhD scholarships in algorithms at The University of Sydney, Australia. The successful applicant will conduct research with Joachim Gudmundsson, William Umboh, and André van Renssen in the Sydney Algorithms and Computing Theory (SACT) group. The specific topic will depend on the skills and interests of the student and could include … Continue reading

Postdoc Position in Computational Geometry at The University of Sydney

We are advertising a 2 years (1+1) postdoctoral research fellowship in computational geometry at University of Sydney, Australia. Expected start date is the 1st of October 2018 (can be negotiated). The successful applicant will conduct research with Joachim Gudmundsson and André van Renssen in the Sydney Algorithms and Computing Theory (SACT) group. The aim will … Continue reading

Dutch-Australian Workshop on Computational Movement Analysis

The ability to swiftly and accurately analyse trajectories is crucial to a wide range of critical real-world disciplines. For instance, defence relies heavily on such data sets to prepare and predict unit movements in battle planning, and the area of surveillance trajectory analysis is essential to monitor and predict maritime activities. A variety of other … Continue reading

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