### Logic List Mailing Archive

## PhD student position in algorithmic game theory, Aarhus, Denmark

Applications are invited to the BRICS International PhD School in Computer
Science at the Universities of Aarhus and Aalborg, and in Information
Science at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.
One of the positions is in algorithmic game theory with the deadline on 1
October 2006.
The project concerns, primarily, the development of algorithms for
computation of equilibria for games of infinite duration, such as parity
games, mean payoff games and (simple) stochastic games, as well as
investigating inherent computational complexity of such games.
However, broad variations within the area of algorithmic game theory are
possible and negotiable.
The applicant should have a master's degree in computer science,
mathematics, or operations research, and possess solid knowledge in
algorithms, complexity theory and optimization.
The project is a joint venture between the University of Uppsala, Sweden
and the University of Aarhus/BRICS, Denmark.
The applicant is expected to spend half their time at each of the two
institutions, working in the group of Peter Bro Miltersen in Aarhus and in
the group of Sergei Vorobyov in Uppsala. The PhD degree will be granted by
the University of Aarhus.
For more details see
http://www.brics.dk/study/phd-school/call-for-applications/specific-calls/#c258
Informal inquiries are to be addressed to:
1. Peter Bro Miltersen, bromille(at)brics.dk and
2. Sergei Vorobyov, Sergei.Vorobyov(at)it.uu.se.