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The Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at Umeå University is opening a PhD position in mathematical statistics, focused on statistical learning with sparsity and deep network

collaboration with researchers in, e.g., control theory, mathematical statistics, or artificial intelligence is expected. (For further information, see www.cloudresearch.org ). Admission requirements The general

collaboration with researchers in, e.g., control theory, mathematical statistics, or artificial intelligence is expected. (For further information, see www.cloudresearch.org). Admission requirements The general

The Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at Umeå University is opening a PhD position in mathematics with focus on analysis of partial differential equations with applications in

circumstances. The fellow must have a PhD in an appropriate discipline (e.g., Mathematics, Statistics, Bioinformatics, Computational biology), or a neurosciencerelated or quantitative discipline with formal

datasets, which will range from statistical analysis of genetic screens to single cell RNAseq. Where necessary, you will develop innovative analytical methods. Your work will contribute to the entire

refers to courses with major quantitative, statistical or computing science elements, such as courses in computing science, mathematics and mathematical statistics, and relevant courses in biology, ecology

areas (such as control theory, discrete optimization, and statistical methods) is considered a merit. Important personal qualities are, beside creativity and a curious mind, the ability to work both

(such as control theory, discrete optimization, and statistical methods) is considered a merit. Important personal qualities are, beside creativity and a curious mind, the ability to work both independently

of plantsoil interactions and demonstrated experience with ecological fieldwork. Strong merits are knowledge of arctic terrestrial ecosystems, experience in the use of stable isotopes and statistics