NetSciNL Symposium

The Dutch Network Science Society in association with EURANDOM is pleased to invite you to the NetSciNL symposium on 18 October 2024 (10:00 – 17:00) that brings together researchers in network science within the Netherlands.

Four PhD postions for NExTWORKx*

Job opportunity: NExTWORKx*, a strategic partnership between the Telecom and ICT service provider KPN and Delft University of Technology, is looking for four PhD candidates.

PhD Position TA on Algorithms for complex networks

Job opportunity: join TU Delft as a PhD student where you will work on new distributed algorithms for large networks, in particular, computing the stationary distribution of random walks and policy evaluation.

Dutch Network Science Society Young Talent Prize 2024 nominations are open

The Dutch Network Science Society Young Talent Prize is awarded to an early-career talent in Network Science. Nominees will be evaluated for one (or more) specific accomplishments. The evaluation (jury led by the steering committee and board of the Dutch Network Science Society) will follow the guidelines stated in the…

PhD Position Spread in Networks

Job opportunity: join TU Delft as a PhD student where you will conduct research and develop non-Markovian models from the viewpoint of Network Science and geared to predicting and preventing spread in networks.

Dutch NetSci, IAS, and DIEP Symposium 2024

We invite you to attend the Dutch NetSci, IAS and DIEP Symposium 2024. The event will take place on 30 January from 15:00 - 18:00, at the Aula Congress Centre, TU Delft (Mekelweg 5, 2628 CC Delft).

Getting a grip on complex systems

The Institute for Complex Molecular Systems (ICMS) of the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is happy to invite you to a one-day symposium entitled, Getting a grip on complex systems. This event will be organized on November 8, 2023, in Ceres 0.31 at TU/e.

PhD Position Modelling of Regional Criminal Vulnerability and Supply Chains

Join Delft University of Technology as a PhD-position in the Modelling of Regional Criminal Vulnerability and Supply Chains and help to make Europe’s ports safer. Gain novel insights about criminal vulnerability in Europe’s most important ports, develop new data analysis and modelling methods to provide an estimation of criminal activity…

Full Professor in Simulation of Complex Adaptive Systems

The Informatics Institute of the University of Amsterdam is looking for an internationally visible and recognized researcher in Complex Adaptive Systems. The emphasis should be on novel computational methods to study the spatio-temporal evolution of emergent properties in a variety of interdisciplinary application domains.

Postdoctoral Researcher (3 years) in Network Science

The network science group of LIACS, Leiden University is looking for a new postdoc. The advertised position is for 3 years, and offers freedom in terms of which network science topic will be worked on by the candidate. Interested, but not sure if you should apply? Feel very welcome to…