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15 open positions for Early Stage Researchers within The Marie Sklodowska-Curie European Training Network-EvoGamesPlus (Evolutionary games and population dynamics: from theory to applications).

  • 15 Dec 2020
  • 31 Mar 2021

15 open positions for Early Stage Researchers within The Marie Sklodowska-Curie European Training Network-EvoGamesPlus (Evolutionary games and population dynamics: from theory to applications).


The Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Training Network – EvoGamesPlus (Evolutionary games and population dynamics: from theory to applications) invites applications for 15 early-stage researcher (ESR) / PhD positions, available with a starting date in the period July 2021 - September 2021. The appointments will be on a full-time, fixed term employment contract basis for a duration of 36 months.  

List of available ESR positions (+ host institutions & supervisors):

ESR 1: The evolution of cooperation in structured populations involving multiplayer interactions (City, University of London, Department of Mathematics, United Kingdom). Supervisors: Prof. Mark Broom (Mark.Broom.1@city.ac.uk) and Dr. Andrea Baronchelli

ESR2: Eco-evolutionary dynamics of complex multiplayer and multiple games (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Department of Evolutionary Theory, Germany). Supervisors: Dr. Chatainya S. Gokhale (gokhale@evolbio.mpg.de) and Prof. Arne Traulsen

ESR3: The evolution of cooperation in structured populations involving multi-level selection (Centre for Ecological Research, Institute of Evolution, Hungary). Supervisors: Dr. Ádám Kun (kunadam@elte.hu) and Dr. József Garay

ESR4: Criticality and self-organization of evolutionary game (Delft University of Technology, Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics, The Netherlands). Supervisors: Dr. Johan Dubbeldam (J.L.A.Dubbeldam@tudelft.nl) and Dr. Wim van Horssen

ESR5: Critical Transitions in Evolutionary Games (University College Cork, School of Mathematical Sciences, Ireland). Supervisors: Prof. Sebastian Wieczorek (sebastian.wieczorek@ucc.ie) and Dr. Kieran Mulchrone

ESR6: The evolution of cooperation in populations involving multi-player games and time delays (University of Warsaw, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Poland). Supervisors: Prof. Jacek Miękisz (miekisz@mimuw.edu.pl) and Prof. Marek Bodnar

ESR7: Information theoretic aspects of modularity, self-similarity, and stability in multiplayer games on adaptive networks (Medical University of Vienna, Section for Science of Complex Systems, Austria). Supervisors: Dr. Rudolf Hanel (rudolf.hanel@meduniwien.ac.at) and Dr. Peter Klimek

ESR8: Theory of Stackelberg evolutionary games for cancer treatment. (Maastricht University, Department of Data Science & Knowledge Engineering, Dynamic Game Theory, The Netherlands). Supervisors: Dr. Kateřina Staňková (k.stankova@maastrichtuniversity.nl)  and Dr. Rachel Cavill

ESR9: Impact of different resistance mechanisms on the outcomes of cancer treatment game (Queen Mary University of London, School of Mathematical Sciences, United Kingdom). Supervisors: Dr. Weini Huang (weini.huang@qmul.ac.uk) and Dr. Dudley Stark

ESR10: Evolutionary therapy in ovarian cancer (Queen Mary University of London, Barts Cancer Institute, United Kingdom). Supervisors: Dr. Benjamin Werner (b.werner@qmul.ac.uk) and Prof. Trevor Graham

ESR11: Data-driven support to understanding of complex dynamical physical phenomena, such as epidemics (University of Torino, Department of Computer Science, Italy). Supervisors: Prof. Maria Luisa Sapino (mlsapino@di.unito.it) and Prof. Matteo Sereno

ESR12: Models of evolution in network-structured populations (University of Liverpool, Department of Mathematical Sciences, United Kingdom). Supervisors: Dr. Kieran Sharkey (K.J.Sharkey@liverpool.ac.uk) and Dr. Kate Baker

ESR13: Waning of immunity due to pathogen evolution (University of Szeged, Bolyai Institute, Hungary). Supervisors: Dr. Gergely Röst (rost@math.u-szeged.hu) and Dr. Tibor Krisztin

ESR14: Models of eco-evolutionary dynamics of population interaction networks (University of South Bohemia, Department of Mathematics, Czech Republic). Supervisors: Prof. Vlastimil Krivan (vlastimil.krivan@gmail.com) and Dr. Luděk Berec

ESR15: Node embedding for epidemic spreading processes on temporal networks (ISI Foundation, Department of Digital Epidemiology, Italy). Supervisors: Dr. Daniela Paolotti (daniela.paolotti@isi.it), Dr. Michele Tizzoni and Prof. Ciro Cattuto

For more details and how to apply visit the EvoGamesPlus webpage

 


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