The Algorithms Group @ Indiana University Bloomington, School of Informatics and Computing is looking for self-motivated PhD students with interests in the following areas:
— Algorithms for Big Data, in particular, streaming algorithms, sublinear algorithms, algorithms on distributed data, with strong motivations from databases, data mining and network applications.
— Approximation algorithms and optimization techniques, with strong motivations from operations research and machine learning applications.
One with decent mathematical maturity is preferred. Strong programming skills will be a plus. Multiple positions are available. The start date is Fall 2015.
If you are interested in working with us as a PhD student in these frontiers, you can contact us directly by sending your CV, undergraduate transcripts and a statement of purposes/interests to (any) one of our faculty members:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Funda Ergun) http://homes.sice.indiana.edu/fergun/
email@example.com (Qin Zhang) http://homes.sice.indiana.edu/qzhangcs/
firstname.lastname@example.org (Yuan Zhou) http://math.mit.edu/~yuanzhou/
Please visit our group homepage http://algorithm.sice.indiana.edu/ for more information.
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