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AI/ML SUNY Empire Innovation Professor
Binghamton University
The Thomas J. Watson College of Engineering and Applied Science at Binghamton University invites applications for 2 open faculty positions at the Full or Associate professor levels, with a planned start date of Jan 2024 or Fall 2024. Outstanding candidates at the Assistant Professor level may also be considered.

We invite prominent researchers in the interdisciplinary fields of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), data science and their applications to complex societal problems. We seek, specifically, candidates who conduct and lead research in the design, development and implementation of advanced AI/ML and data theoretic approaches in socially relevant application domains including healthcare and public health, health disparities and equity, agriculture and food security, pandemic and natural disaster prevention and preparedness and energy and environment sustainability. Candidates should possess deep scientific and technical knowledge in the use of AI and Data Science to solve wicked problems and have proven experience in the application of these methodologies in one or more of the domains above. Ideal candidates will possess the fundamental expertise and the interest to apply and or translate their applied knowledge to different domains of critical importance. Expertise in AI ethics and policy are especially valued as is social systems intelligence and human centric AI.
Link: https://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=01201F64434FDBAD221B407AFF7C46B7;jsessionid=D73767215F9204B2726B3DC03C71518D?JOBID=167549
Assistant Professor in Systems Science
SUNY Binghamton
The Department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering (SSIE) in the Thomas J. Watson College of Engineering and Applied Science at Binghamton University (The State University of New York at Binghamton) invites applications for one faculty member, at the tenure-track Assistant Professor level, starting in Spring or Fall 2024. The position involves establishing theoretical and applied research in emerging areas in systems science as well as teaching at all levels from undergraduate courses to advanced graduate courses.

The Assistant Professor we are looking for is sought to start in Spring or Fall 2024 and will have advanced expertise in areas such as 1) Computational Social Science/Biomedical Complexity/Epidemiology and 2) Systems Science/Complex Systems/Network Science. Complex systems science has been particularly successful in building actionable models in social, organizational, and biomedical complexity, which leverage ML/AI/Statistical Inference but add explainability to the management of complex problems. It is expected that candidates applying for this role will pursue much broader applications including, but not limited to, Social Science/Networks, Organizational Science/Networks and Design, Biology, Medicine, and Mental/Public Health Modeling. Alternatively, the faculty candidate will pursue newer topics such as Complex Systems, Network Science, Network Design, or other emerging topics in the broader discipline of Systems Science. Candidates with experience in the broad area of computational intelligence are preferred. Qualified applicants in other emerging areas of the system science discipline may be considered.
Link: https://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=741B72414AB17C1E53F15724B8BD4257?JOBID=167724
Tenure Track Research Position - Artificial Intelligence in Complex Networks and Brain Dynamics
Institute of Computer Science, Czech Republic
The ICS CAS opens a tenure‐track position in Artificial Intelligence and thus the Complex Networks and Brain Dynamics group (http://cobra.cs.cas.cz/) invites applicants with interest to develop research agenda at the border of AI & & complex systems & neuroscience.

We offer a full-time position, with the following benefits:
• Freedom and support to develop an independent research program.
• Flexible working conditions, including part-time option.
• Initial salary matching the local price level (monthly gross salary 48-66 thousand CZK based on qualifications and experience)
• Bonuses based on research performance and successful grant applications up to 25%.
• Career progression based on regular evaluations.
• Five weeks of paid vacation.
• Child care facilities onsite.
• Highly attractive and safe location.
• Travel package up to 50 000 CZK + relocation package.
Apply, if you:
• hold a Ph.D. degree,
• have an excellent research record relative to your career stage, and
• show the potential to build an independent research group and acquire research funding.

Conditions of contract
You will be appointed for 3 years. In case of a positive review, you will be eligible for an extension or tenured appointment. Involvement in graduate teaching programs and supervising graduate students is not mandatory yet welcome.

To apply, submit application to jobs@cs.cas.cz, including:
• a cover letter describing motivation and qualifications for the position,
• a CV including a list of publications and a description of three most important research achievements,
• a description of your scientific interest and plans, including potential collaborations within and outside of the institute. Contact hlinka@cs.cas.cz for options and inquiries.
• 3 letters of recommendation sent directly by the referees.
The first cut off point is 20th October 2023, closing date is 20th November 2023. Starting date upon agreement.
Two Postdoctoral Fellowships in socioecological systems dynamics at Ohio State University
Ohio State University
The Health and Environment Modeling (HEALMOD) Initiative at OSU
 
 HEALMOD is a newly-established interdisciplinary community of scholars dedicated to convergence research in the areas of human health and environmental sustainability. Co-administered by the Computational Epidemiology and Math/Statistics faculties at OSU’s College of Public Health, and the Sociology and Anthropology faculties focused on quantitative research, HEALMOD prioritizes quantitative analyses of eco-social determinants of health and coupled human-natural systems.

 We are currently seeking candidates for up to two 2-year postdoctoral fellowships.
 
The ideal candidate will have experience in one or more major theoretical frameworks for linking social and environmental systems: coupled human-natural systems, eco-social determinants of health (including the human microbiome), complex adaptive systems, sustainability science, and/or co-evolutionary dynamics. Technical areas of interest include mathematical and statistical modeling, causal inference, agent-based modeling, network analysis, machine learning, and/or data melding and meta-data analysis.
 
These positions are open immediately and will remain so until suitable candidates are identified.
 
Start Date:
The position offers a flexible start date, with the anticipated commencement period ranging from January 1st, 2023, to January 1st, 2024.
 
About Columbus and The Ohio State University:
Columbus, the vibrant capital city of Ohio, offers a unique blend of history, culture, and modern urban amenities. As one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S., it boasts a dynamic community, rich arts scene, and diverse culinary offerings. The Ohio State University, located in the heart of Columbus, is a beacon of academic excellence and innovation.
 
To express interest in the position, please send your CV and a letter of interest to Dr. Sean Downey (downey.205@osu.edu). An official job portal will be provided as soon as it becomes available.

Link: None
Postdoctoral position in climate extremes and socio-political systems at University of Potsdam (Institute of Physics)
University of Potsdam
The Complexity Science research group at the Institute of Physics and Astronomy invites applications for a postdoctoral position for 2+1 years. Preferred starting date is 1 February 2024. Please, send in your application by 12 November 2023. The position is open until it has been filled.

We seek a candidate interested in one or both of the following areas:

Water extremes – Water extremes such as floods and droughts caused three quarters of all natural disasters in the 21st century, with dramatic impacts on societies. We are looking for a candidate interested in advancing Machine Learning approaches to identify signatures and drivers of extreme events in climate and society.

Economic inequality and political dynamics – The last decade has shown an alarming decline in democracy across the western world, including some of the most consolidated democracies. We are looking for a candidate interested in advancing analysis and modelling of large-scale economics and political science data with the aim of shedding light on the interactions and causal relations between political and economic indicators.

We seek candidates with a strong background in one or more of the following areas: physics / statistics / machine learning / complex systems.

For more information, see https://www.karowiesner.org/jobs.html
Link: https://www.karowiesner.org/jobs.html
Postdoc position in Language Dynamics
National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics
Interdisciplinary post-doc position in Tallinn, Estonia, within the project "Learning Processes in Language Dynamics" funded by the Estonian Research Council. The position can last 2 years.
Keywords: language dynamics and cultural spreading, language competition models, agent-based models of cultural spreading, stochastic processes, complex networks, learning models, complex systems.
The starting date is negotiable but is expected to be at the beginning of 2024.
This is a theoretical project to study the social and cognitive dimensions of language directly connected to learning through new analytical and numerical models.
The candidate will work with the PI of the project, Dr Marco Patriarca, Dr. Els Heinsalu, and the other collaborators of the group, who have been actively working on various problems of language dynamics in the last years. The applicant should hold a PhD in physics or mathematics and have a strong interest in complex systems, in particular in language and cultural dynamics. Knowledge of complex systems, complex networks, dynamical and stochastic processes, is useful.
To apply, send a CV with publication list and a recommendation letter (or have the letter directly sent) to
- Els Heinsalu (els.heinsalu@kbfi.ee)
- Marco Patriarca (marco.patriarca@kbfi.ee)
In case of any questions feel free to write to the contacts above.
Link: https://www.complexsimplex.com
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