Applications are due December 1, 2014 for full consideration, but will be accepted at any time. More details and application process.
The Command Control and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA) seeks qualified applicants for postdoctoral research positions. CCICADA is a U.S. Department of Homeland Security National University Center of Excellence in research and education based at the DIMACS Center at Rutgers. CCICADA does independent research in advanced data analysis, optimization, machine learning and risk management related to natural and deliberate disasters. Examples of CCICADA projects include risk assessment of regional flooding; optimal allocation of Coast Guard boat resources; studies of alerts and warnings using social media; security planning and assessment for sports venues and other large venues; development of metrics for mission performance; developing protocols for sharing information; using machine learning and other methods to improve enforcement of fisheries regulations; placement and transportation planning for the handling of unaccompanied alien children captured at the borders; and developing plans for cyber security education. Postdocs are asked to take interest in multiple projects. Starting date is July or September 2015, though earlier start is possible. Preference is given to U.S. Citizens.
Applications are currently being accepted, until the position is filled. More details and application process.