Vacancies and visits

The Aarhus faculty members at Madalgo, Professor Lars Arge, Professor Gerth S. Brodal, Associate Professor Peyman Afshani, and Associate Professor Kasper Green Larsen are always interested in visits from talented researchers.

For information about visiting us, please contact Research Group Coordinator Dorthe Haagen Nielsen 

General Calls

PhD positions

In order to apply for a PhD postion, we kindly refer to Aarhus University's Graduate School of Science and Technology (GSST).There are 4 annual calls in February, May, August and November, respectively. The PhD positions include full tuition waiver and a very competitive scholarship. Applications are welcomed from students with at least three years of full-time study. Students with a strong background in the design and analysis of algorithms will be preferred. Students with background in databases and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are also very welcome to apply.

Postdoc positions

Postdoc positions at the department are initially occupied for one year, but for the succesful candidate it can be extended for another year by mutual consent. We welcome postdoctoral researchers with clearly demonstrated experience and skills in the design and analysis of algorithms and data structures. Researchers with experience with I/O-efficient, cache-oblivious or streaming algorithms, as well as with implementation of such algorithms (algorithm engineering experience), or with experience in design and implementation of indexing structures, are preferred. The responsibilities of postdocs include working on algorithms for massive dataset problems in collaboration with faculty researchers, as well as modest teaching responsibilities. 

Tenure track positions/Assistant Professor and Associate Professor positions 

We also hire for tenured and faculty positions. Vacant positions can be found here (do not use Explorer).

The websites at Aarhus University contain more information about the PhD at Aarhus University and about being staff at Aarhus University.