There are several positions available in the laboratory: Ph.D. student, postdoctoral scholar, and research scientist. To begin the application process for the postdoc position, please submit your credentials to CU Careers. For all other positions, please send your CV with a cover letter to Nicholas Dwork at .

The goal of the lab is to create self contained products for clinicians that function with extremely high confidence in a pleasingly small amount of time. The lab is focused on robust engineering based on applied mathematics with theoretical guarantees. To this end, we exploit known physics, accepted data phenomenology, and specific computer architecture (e.g. levels and amount of cache).

It is desired (though not necessary) for applicants to have experience with the following:

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