We seek a highly motivated and talented Postdoctoral Researcher to
join our team to work on cutting-edge research at the intersection
of data management systems and hardware. The opening is for a
two-year postdoctoral position in the School of Computer Science at
Carnegie Mellon University starting in the summer of 2024 (with the
possibility of renewal for a third year). The candidate is expected
to live in Pittsburgh.
- Conduct original research in database systems related to
hardware co-design strategies and explore the impact of the methods
on both traditional analytic workloads and AI/ML workloads.
- Collaborate closely with a multidisciplinary team of
researchers and faculty members across the systems, architecture,
and ML groups.
- Develop and maintain software tools, libraries, and datasets to
support research activities.
- Publish research findings in top-tier conferences and journals
and present work at academic and industry events.
- Actively engage in the scientific community by participating in
peer-review processes and collaborating with researchers from other
- Mentor and support graduate students and contribute to the
teaching and supervision of students as required.
- Contribute to research grant applications, project reports, and
related administrative tasks.
- A Ph.D. in Computer Science with an emphasis on database
systems and proven past research connecting that research to
- Strong research background and publication record in data
- Proficiency in C and Python.
- Strong communication skills and ability to work in a
- Strong problem-solving skills.
Interested candidates should email the following to the designated
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- Curriculum Vitae (CV).
- Statement of research interests.
- Names of three referees for letters of recommendation.
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