A PhD studentship similar in description to the one advertised earlier is available. The application deadline is rather short: July 3rd! Details and an application link are available at http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BCG461/phd-studentship-graph-algorithms-and-foundations-for-networks-of-the-future/
We seek candidates with strong interest in and willing to explore topics from, but not restricted to the following: i) Graph algorithms and theory, ii) Self-healing, byzantine and other forms of resilient algorithms, iii) Compact routing and memory limited algorithms, iv) Static and dynamic Leader election and consensus, v) Connections between distributed algorithms and research areas such as parameterised complexity, topology, combinatorics, communication complexity, spectral, algebraic tools, vi) Algorithmic game theory and decision making, vi) Modelling and application to modern networks such as IOT and SDN.
The successful candidate will work closely with active research groups centred around both CS theory and networks. In particular, the candidate can benefit from interaction with upcoming research on compact self-healing routing algorithms supported by EPSRC (EPSRC research grant EP/P021247/1).