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  • PhD Candidate or Postdoc (m/f/d) for the field of optimization, dynamical systems, and game theory
    Computer Science
    Technical University of Munich

    The Department of Computer Science of the TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology (CIT) at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, is looking for a Postdoc or PhD student (m/f/d) interested in optimization, dynamical systems, and game theory led by Prof. Martin Bichler ( ). The full-time position is initially limited to 2 years, but may be extended. Employment is on a salaried basis, depending on qualifications, with renmuneration in accordance with the collective agreement of the federal states (TV-L E13).

    We Offer

    • an excellent working atmosphere in a dynamic and success-oriented team

    • the opportunity for national and international cooperation

    • the opportunity to visit national and international conferences

    • the chance to experience and shape existing research projects.

    We are looking for Knowledge-hungry Team Players…

    • with an above-average Master’s degree in mathematics, computer science, or physics

    • with a background in mathematical optimization (convex, non-convex), and/or dynamical systems

    • with knowledge/interest in the areas of game theory and economics

    • with implementation skills (preferably Python)

    • with excellent English language skills (German language skills are helpful but not necessary)

    • who enjoys research and teaching.



    We look forward to receive your application with a curriculum vitae as well as a transcript of records, a complete list of your publications, and a sample publication (e.g., a paper or a Master’s thesis). If you are interested, please send your complete application via email to until March 20th 2024.

    TUM strives to increase the diversity of its staff. Therefore, to achieve equal opportunity, qualified women and all others who would bring additional diversity dimensions to the university's research and teaching strategies are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications from people with disabilities, having essentially equal qualifications, will be given preference. The position can also be filled on a full-time or part-time basis.


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