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permanent position for research on computational statistics and “omics” data

Posted in pictures, Statistics, Travel, University life with tags , , , , , , , , on February 4, 2019 by xi'an

There is an opening at the French agronomy and genetics research centre, INRA, for a permanent research position on the country campus of Joyu-en-Josas, south-west of Paris, with focus on computational statistics (incl. machine-learning) and collaborations on omics data. The deadline is March 4. (The procedure is somewhat involved, as detailed in the guide for candidates.) I want to stress this is a highly attractive position in terms of academic surroundings (research only campus, nearby Paris=Saclay and Orsay campuses), of location (Paris in the fields), and of status since permanent really means permanent!

tenured research position on ABC in Paris!

Posted in Statistics, University life with tags , , , , , , on February 2, 2013 by xi'an

Paris and la Seine, from Pont du Garigliano, Oct. 20, 2011Just to make sure this fabulous announcement has not gone undetected: there is a permanent research (I repeat, permanent research!) position in statistics is open at AgroParisTech/INRA (a French institute/school on biology, agronomy, veterinary sciences, environmental sciences) with the profile ‘Approximate inference methods for complex systems’ (Hence my title!). Applications must be received by February 28th. See here for more details on the profile and there for the application process. Please contact Eric PARENT for further information. (There are other tenured positions posted by INRA, and there will be a regular lecturer position at Paris-Dauphine opening soon.)