This webpage is no longer being maintained. Please see www.jakobnordstrom.se/openings for information about currently open positions.
I have moved to the Department of Computer Science (DIKU) at the University of Copenhagen and also have a part-time affiliation with the Department of Computer Science at Lund University. The research group is active at both universities, and all members have offices in both Copenhagen and Lund.
Vi rekryterar forskare och studenter internationellt, och arbetsspråket i gruppen är engelska. Därför är också denna sida på engelska.
Please feel free to drop me a line if you have any questions about any of the openings advertised (or not advertised) on this webpage.
Note, however that we cannot accept applications via e-mail—we can only hire for currently open positions as advertised in official announcements, and all applications must be made via the official recruitment system (as per instructions in the announcements).
Please see www.jakobnordstrom.se/openings for information about currently open postdoc positions.
All postdoc positions in the research group are fully funded, employed positions (including travel money) with an internationally competitive salary.
If you instead want to start collecting grants to list on your CV, you can also try to apply for an postdoctoral fellowship within the EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions program to come and do a postdoc with me. I would particularly welcome applications from strong candidates who want to work in computational complexity theory, SAT solving, integer linear programming, constraint programming, or some mix of these areas. Please feel free to contact me if you want to discuss this.
Please see www.jakobnordstrom.se/openings for information about currently open PhD positions.
All PhD positions in the research group are fully funded positions with an internationally very competitive salary.
Please see www.jakobnordstrom.se/openings for information about possible thesis projects.
Note, however, that these projects are intended for students who are geographically close and can work on their thesis in the Copenhagen-Lund area. There is no dedicated funding available to support foreign students to come to Denmark or Sweden.