Universiteit van Amsterdam

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Two lectureships in Economics and Computation, Liverpool (U.K.)

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Liverpool seeks to significantly expand current research around existing strengths at the intersection of economics/game theory and computer science through the appointment of two lecturers (a lecturer is broadly the UK equivalent of a tenured assistant professor, with full opportunities for promotion to full professor).

The succesful candidates will join Professor Paul Goldberg, Dr Martin Gairing, Dr Piotr Krysta, and Dr Rahul Savani in our newly established research group on Economics and Computation. The group carries out research in the computational foundations of economics and game theory and enjoys close collaborative links with other strong research groups in the Department (algorithms and complexity theory, multi-agent systems, and logic and computation).

Job Ref: A-570581. Closing Date: 30 April 2010. For more information, see http://www.csc.liv.ac.uk/department/vacancies/ecocomplectsApr2010.html or http://www.liv.ac.uk/working/job_vacancies/ or e-mail: . Informal enquiries are welcome, and may be directed either to the head of group, Prof Paul Goldberg (),. or to the head of department, Prof Wiebe van der Hoek ().

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