DOLCIT Postdoc (Decision, Optimization, and Learning at the California Institute of Technology)

Caltech

Pasadena, Ca

Job description

The Decision, Optimization, and Learning at the California Institute of Technology (DOLCIT) research group announces postdoctoral openings starting Fall 2017. Areas of interest are: decision theory, machine learning, optimization, statistics, and data-driven methods broadly construed. 

DOLCIT brings together people from machine learning, optimization, applied math, statistics, control, robotics, and human-computer interaction to form an intellectual core pertaining fundamental and applied research in "Decision, Optimization, and Learning at the California Institute of Technology." DOLCIT envisions a world where intelligent systems seamlessly integrate learning and planning, as well as automatically balance computational and statistical tradeoffs in the underlying optimization problems. 

A CV, a Research Statement, and three reference letters (up to a maximum of five) are required. A cover letter and a Teaching Statement are optional. Applications will be reviewed starting January 1, 2017
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