The UTD Computer Science Department and laboratory research grants provide for a limited number of Post-Doctoral appointments. Post-doctoral appointments are available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents only.
Talented computer scientists and software engineeerings who have recently received their Ph.D.’s in areas related to agent technology and multi-agent systems are encouraged to continue their research at our laboratory.
The MAVS laboratory is accepting applications for Post-Doctoral appointments on a limited basis.
The UTD Computer Science Department and laboratory research grants provide Research Assistantships for Ph.D. students interested in agent technology and multi-agent systems research. A limited number of Research Assistantships are avaialble each year to qualified U.S. and international students.
Research Assistantships provide a monthly stipend and paid tuition and fees for 20 hours per week of research work. They are available on an academic year and semester basis.
Individuals interested in laboratory positions should contact Dr. Rym Wenkstern, our laboratory director, by email stating the type of position desired in the email subject line, e.g. MAVS Post-Doctoral Appointment, or MAVS Research Assistantship.