Junior Scientist Complex Systems/Computational Science

TNO is an applied sciences institute. In this job profile you will use Computational Science techniques to deal with complex problems driven by various stakeholders, ranging from conceptual modeling to mathematical/computational methods and data analysis.

Candidates preferably master the Dutch language due to the nature of the data and written documents from the stakeholders.

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For questions about this job posting please contact Heleen Wortelboer.

2 Open Tenure Track Positions

2 Open Tenure Track Positions

Tenure Track in Data Driven Modelling for Urban Informatics

The study of Urban Informatics refers to creating, applying and using information and communication technology and data to measure, analyse and predict urban processes and phenomena and spans a broad range of areas in computer science/informatics, including the development of sensor systems and networks to capture information about the urban environment and its inhabitants. These sensors generate data that can be analyzed and processed using computational/AI techniques to forecast and predict changes in the urban structure.

For more details please visit: https://www.uva.nl/en/content/vacancies/2019/08/19-538-tenure-track-position-in-data-driven-modelling-for-urban-informatics.html

Tenure Track position in Complexity

We are looking for a theoretical physicist/complexity scientist for a joint appointment at the Informatics Institute and the Institute for Theoretical Physics, both of the University of Amsterdam.

You should have a broad scientific interest and be able to develop a set of research activities aimed at bringing methods and ideas from theoretical physics to complexity science and vice versa, thereby building new bridges between the various research groups. You will work at the interface of statistical physics, computational science, information theory and complexity science.

For more details please visit: https://www.uva.nl/en/content/vacancies/2019/08/19-547-tenure-track-position-in-complexity.html?origin=dxuSI3bDRY2CW7N9J3yPlw