1) Provide a supportive research environment to a highly qualified recent PhD.Â
2) Collaborate with Haihao (Sean) Lu to enable Professor Luâ™s research under his direction.Â
3) Areas of interests include continuous optimization, online algorithms, machine learning and high-performance computing.Â
4) Be a major collaborator on scholarly work, and may be required to present that research at academic conferences.Â
5) Conduct collaborative research with faculty to be presented at academic forums and published in peer-reviewed academic journals.
6) Engage in the intellectual environment of the University of Chicago through workshops, presentations, seminars, and collaboration with faculty and other researchers.
1) Proficiency in C++/python/Julia. Â
2) Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
3) Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills.
4) Strong problem-solving skills and ability to handle multiple projects.
5) Work well independently, as well as with others.
6) Seek out, coordinate, and appropriately disseminate information.
1) ABD status, PhD by start date in operations research, computer science, applied mathematics, or a related discipline.Â
2) PhD after one year of employment.
1) A minimum of three years of relevant research experience.
2) Cover letter
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