I am looking for highly motivated PhD students who are willing to work on challenging research problems in game theory, e-commerce, multi-agent systems, social network analysis, and theoretical computer science.
All studentships are 4-year fully funded positions.
Applicants should have a decent mathematical background. Strong programming and algorithm design skills will be a plus. Experience and interest in any of the techniques mentioned above would also be advantageous.
Both bachelor and master students are welcome to apply. Interested candidates can send your detailed CV to me.
We also have vacancies for research fellows/postdocs in the area of game theory and theoretical computer science. The appointees are expected to work on issues related to algorithmic game theory and resource allocation.
The starting date is negotiable, and ideally should be by the end of 2016. The salary is internationally competitive (compared to Europe and US).