- SUMMER 2020 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): Mathematical Foundations of Data Science (online)
- Cornell University Multiple Postdoctoral Positions in Foundational Data Science (NSF HDR TRIPODS)
The Greater Data Science Cooperative Institute (GDSC), jointly established by Cornell University (CU) and the University of Rochester (UR) as part of the NSF funded HDR TRIPODS program, seeks exceptional candidates for postdoctoral research positions at Cornell (note: UR has a simultaneous and coordinated, but separate search). Appointments are renewable up to a total period of three years. The target start date is August 1, 2020, but positions may be filled immediately.
GDSC is based on two founding tenets: that enduring advances in data science require combining techniques and viewpoints across electrical engineering, mathematics, statistics, and theoretical computer science; and, that data-science research must be grounded in an application domain. Cross-disciplinary research directions include: (i) Topological Data Analysis; (ii) Data Representation; (iii) Network & Graph Learning; (iv) Decisions, Control & Dynamic Learning; and, (v) Diverse & Complex Modalities. GDSC specifically aims to consider applications in medicine and healthcare, a major strength of CU and UR, and one for which advances in data science can have a direct, positive impact on society. Applicants should have completed their PhD in a discipline listed above (or related) by the time of their appointment. Some background or interest in biomedicine and/or healthcare would be an advantage.
Cornell appointed postdocs will be mentored by at least two GDSC members, including one from the Cornell GDSC leadership team: David S. Matteson, Aaron Wagner, Qing Zhao, David Bindel and Gennady Samorodnitsky. The Rochester GDSC leadership team includes Mujdat Cetin, Daniel Gildea, Tong Tong Wu, Alex Iosevich and Daniel Stefankovic; and GDSC includes 17 additional founding senior personnel across CU and UR (see: gdsc.cornell.edu for more information).
Any questions about the Cornell positions can be sent to David S. Matteson (email@example.com); and please contact Mujdat Cetin (firstname.lastname@example.org) for questions about the UR positions. All applicants must submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae including a list of publications, research and teaching statements, and arrange to have two reference letters submitted electronically. Up to two relevant research publications may also be submitted. Application materials must be submitted at: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/15856. Evaluation of applicants will begin February 15, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.
Two additional postdoctoral positions are also available at Cornell University. Each position will also be given an affiliation with GDSC. For more information and submission of application materials see the following:
- Cornell University Postdoctoral Position in Data Science, Machine Learning & Climate: PRISM Cooperative Institute (NSF HDR):
- Cornell University Postdoctoral Position in Data Science & Machine Learning: Catalysts Cooperative Institute (NSF HDR):