It looks like I should have funds to hire one (or maybe two) new  
postdocs in my group at MIT starting in late summer or early fall,  
2019.  The areas of interest now are algorithms for wireless networks,  
robot swarms, and biological systems.

To fit this position, you should be seriously interested in systems  
that are highly dynamic, flexible, robust, noise-tolerant,  
adaptive...The actual math will involve dynamic graphs, mobile node  
models, etc.  There will be plenty of probabilistic analysis.

It would also be great if you already have some background or interest  
in actual wireless networks or robots or some kind of biological  
systems.  Biological systems of interest include insect colonies,  
brain networks, and developing organisms.

You can browse our group's publication page to see what some or our  
recent work looks like:

Please send email applications:  CV, publication list, statement of  
your research preferences, and names of 3-4 research references.  You  
can send directly to me, [log in to unmask]

Nancy Lynch