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PhD positions in Computer Science, Liverpool (England)

Deadline: Friday 2 December 2016

The Department of Computer Science of the University of Liverpool offers a number of PhD positions in the research fields pursued in the department. We have four fully-funded positions available for home and EU students in EEECS for starting in 2017.

Our research is centred around the following themes:

agent logics algorithmic game theory algorithms and data structures approximation algorithms argumentation and dialogue auctions and mechanism design automata and game theory automated reasoning autonomous agents bioinformatics, computational biology and medicine coalition games computational complexity and computability theory computational economics control theory data mining database theory deep learning distributed and parallel computing equilibrium computation graph algorithms judgement aggregation machine learning Markov chains and decision processes multi agent systems natural language processing network and congestion games network communication ontologies randomised algorithms and data structures reinforcement learning robotics scheduling and energy optimisation synthesis stochastic games temporal logics voting theory

To learn more about our exciting research environment, staff, and students, we encourage you to study the pages of our research groups on Algorithms and Optimisation, Argumentation, Automata, Computability and Complexity Theory, Data Mining and Machine Learning, Economics and Computation, Knowledge Representation, Networks and Distributed Computing, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, and Verification, and to contact prospective supervisors to discuss a research topic before you apply.

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The deadline for this application round is Friday, December 2nd. While applications will be possible until all positions are filled, your chances will be increased by applying before this deadline.

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