One Ph.D. position available in the Network Architecture and Services (NAS) group at TU Delft.
What will you work on?
As a Ph.D. student, you will study complementarity mechanisms in complex networks under supervision of myself and Prof. Van Mieghem.
Your work will be at the intersection of network theory, network embeddings, and network inference.
A possible application domain is the Science of Science.
Must have qualifications:
M.Sc. in Computer Sciences, Applied Mathematics, Theoretical Physics, or Engineering, or related field by the start of your appointment.
High grades on core subjects.
Strong programming and analytic skills.
Background in probability and statistics.
Strong English speaking and writing skills.
Some background in Statistical Physics and Network Science.
Some experience in Data Mining and Machine Learning.
Some research experience in Network or Data Sciences.
How to apply:
Your application package should consist of
1) Cover letter (optional),
2) Curriculum Vitae,
3) Letter of Intent (1-2 pages),
4) Transcripts (in English, unofficial copies acceptable at the application stage),
5) Names of 2-3 references who are willing to recommend you for this Ph.D. position.
Please send the application package by email. See my email on the front page.
IMPORTANT: The subject line should contain "Ph.D. search for Complementarity Mechanisms in Complex Networks."
Applications will be reviewed in the order they arrive. There is no specific deadline for applications. The position will remain open until the suitable candidate is hired.
Terms of Employment:
The terms and conditions of your Ph.D. studies at TU Delft will be subject to rules and regulations of the Graduate School at TU Delft and those of the Dutch Research Council (NWO) sponsoring this position.
Nationality and Visa Requirements:
This position is open to both EU and non-EU nationals. TU Delft will sponsor a study visa if needed.