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Petr Kuznetsov <[log in to unmask]>
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Petr Kuznetsov <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 8 Dec 2023 16:48:27 +0100
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Associate Professor (tenure track)

The distributed computing research team of Telecom Paris, Institut 
Polytechnique de Paris is looking for a tenure-track Associate Professor 
(MaƮtre de Conference) in theoretical computer science, with a 
specialization on the fundamentals of distributed systems. The candidate 
is expected to strengthen the research force of the school by 
contributing to ongoing and future projects related to fundamentals and 
systems aspects of distributed computing. The areas of interest include 
(but limited to): complexity bounds for large-scale synchronization 
protocols, concurrent data structures, algorithmic basics of 
cryptocurrencies and blockchains, decentralized trust and economic 
incentives in distributed systems, formal methods in distributed 
computing, distributed machine learning, network algorithms.

The position, open for junior researchers (up to 5 years after PhD), is 
featured by:

Secured funding for PhD students and/or postdocs.
Reduced teaching load.
High chances to be promoted to full professor within six years.


To apply, please submit 

- a cover letter
- a detailed CV
- research statement (summary and results of research activities, 
research project, max 4 pages)
- teaching statement (summary of activities in university-level 
teaching, education project, max 4 pages)
- copies of the three most representative publications
- names and email addresses of two qualified persons who can give an 
informed opinion on the applicant

The submission site: 

Application deadline: January 31, 2024

Contact for further information: Petr Kuznetsov 
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