Location: Jean Kuntzmann Laboratory (LJK), Grenoble University, France
The Jean Kuntzmann Laboratory invites outstanding candidates to apply for a one year postdoctoral position that involves the benchmarking of existing optimal transportation algorithms and development of advanced numerical techniques to improve current knowledge in that direction.
The position requires a doctoral degree in Applied Mathematics, or in Computer Science with clear numerical aspects. Also required is a comprehensive expertise in a scientific programming language (C, C++, Fortran 90+) and in one or more of the following: numerical optimization, computational geometry, image analysis, wavelets, optimal transportation, numerical algorithms for partial differential equations.
The appointments will be in Joseph Fourier University, in Grenoble, France.