Postdoctoral Position at Warwick
Postdoctoral researcher positions are available in the research group of Tom Gur at the University of Warwick. The positions offer flexible conditions and come with generous travel support. The start date is flexible. Each position is available for two years, plus an option for extension.

In addition to joining one of the leading theory groups in Europe, consisting of 15+ faculty members, you will be a member of the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (DIMAP) and have the opportunity to take part in several local activities jointly organised with the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford. This includes the Cambridge-Warwick Quantum Computing Meetings and the Oxford-Warwick Complexity Meetings.

To be considered, please send an email to Tom Gur (tom.gur@warwick.ac.uk) with your CV and a list of publications. Informal enquiries are most welcome.
As a part of an EPSRC New Horizons Project, joint with Animesh Datta (Warwick Physics), this postion is predominantly in quantum algorithms, as well as quantum complexity theory and information theory. This includes (but not limited to): quantum property testing, quantum coding theory, quantum interactive proofs, and quantum learning theory.
As a part of an UKRI Future Leaders Project, this position is in sublinear algorithms and complexity theory. This includes topics such as: PCPs, interactive proofs, locally testable codes, locally decodable codes, property testing, analysis of Boolean functions, learning theory, streaming algorithms, communication complexity, and distribution testing.