Dear colleagues,

Jan Vybíral has sent us a link to several job openings in mathematical signal and image processing, see http://www3.math.tu-berlin.de/numerik/GAMM-MSIP/index.php/jobopenings for details.

PhD Position at the University of Vienna

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The Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Vienna is inviting

applications for a 3 year PhD position (extension to 4 years possible) in the

research group of Prof. Philipp Grohs in the fields of computational

harmonic analysis,

numerics of PDEs or machine learning (see www.sam.math.ethz.ch/~pgrohs for

further information regarding possible research directions).Candidates are expected to have a master in mathematics or a closely related

field with excellent grades, preferably with a strong background in analysis

and numerics. The preferred starting date is July 1st 2016 but the actual

date is negotiable. Applications in a single pdf-document including all

relevant documents should be sent to

Prof. Dr. Philipp Grohs, philipp.grohs@univie.ac.at, by 15th March 2016.University Lecturer in the Mathematics of Information

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Applications are invited for a University Lectureship in the Mathematics of

Information to commence on 1 September 2016 or by agreement. Appointment

will be made at an appropriate point on the University scale and will be

for a

probationary period of five years with appointment to the retiring age

thereafter, subject to satisfactory performance.Candidates should hold a PhD or equivalent in mathematics or a closely

related subject, and have an outstanding record of research in the

mathematics of

data science.Interviews are expected to be held during the week beginning 15 February

2016 or shortly thereafter.Informal enquiries about the position may be made to Dr Carola-Bibiane

Schönlieb (C.B.Schoenlieb@damtp.cam.ac.uk)Further information for applicants is available at

http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/vacancy/PhD Position (3 years, starting date 01.04.2016)

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The Applied Analysis Group, Institute of Mathematics, University Osnabrueck,

Germany, invites applications for one PhD Position (3 years, starting date

01.04.2016) in applied harmonic analysis, fast algorithms or its

applications in image- and signal processing. Candidates are expected to

have a master in

mathematics or a closely related field with a strong background in analysis

and numerics.Further information can be found at

www.uos.de/universitaet/arbeiten_an_der_universitaet/stellenausschreibung/177_fb_6_research_assistent.html.Applications in a single pdf-document including all relevant documents

should be sent to Prof. Dr. Stefan Kunis, stefan.kunis@math.uos.de,

by 31st January 2016.Contact: stefan.kunis@math.uos.de

Postdoc positions in Graph Signal Processing / Dimension Reduction

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Compressive Learning

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The PANAMA team is welcoming applications from highly qualified candidates

for postdoctoral positions in the context of the ERC project PLEASE

(Projection, Learning and Sparsity for Efficient data processing).

The PLEASE project gathers a small research group to explore the frontiers

of Signal Processing and Machine Learning under the auspices of sparsity

and low-dimensional projections. With its task force of graduate students

and postdocs with different scientific backgrounds, and its program of

international visitors, PLEASE develops the mathematical and algorithmic

foundations of new ways to acquire, analyze and process the information

content of complex data, streams and collections.To apply: applicants are requested to send a detailed CV, a list of

publications and a brief statement of research interests. This material,

together with two letters of reference, shall be sent to

Remi.Gribonval@inria.fr (cc: Stephanie.lemaile@inria.fr).