For the Postdoc in Economics and Computation / Algorithmic Game Theory we accept applications from all candidates with a PhD in the area of Economics and Computation / Algorithmic Game Theory.
This includes candidates who do theory, AI, OR, empirical or experimental work.
a PhD degree in computer science or a related field (e.g., mathematics or operations research)
an excellent publication record in your field
a passion for research at the intersection of computer science and game theory
excellent communication skills in English (German speaking skills are not necessary)
What we offer
a team of young and highly motivated colleagues who are passionate about topics at the intersection of computer science and game theory (in particular : market design)
a competitive salary of approximately 90,000 Euro per year and generous social benefits
generous support for professional travel and research needs
no teaching requirements : but if desired, opportunities to gain teaching and mentoring experience and strong support for your career development
an attractive work environment both within the research group and beyond : the University of Zurich is one of Switzerland's leading universities in the middle of a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that regularly ranks as one of the cities with the highest quality of life in the world.