Postdoctoral Position in Adaptive Software Systems

Postdoctoral Position in Adaptive Software Systems

York University, Adaptive Systems Research Lab
Toronto, Canada

Join our dynamic team at the Adaptive Software Research Lab, York University, Toronto, Canada, as we invite applications for a two-year Postdoctoral Fellow position in the cutting-edge field of Software Engineering for Learning Enabled Systems.

Under the guidance of Prof. Marin Litoiu, the successful candidate will work on research projects supported by IBM, Canada’s NSERC, and Ontario’s ORF-RE. Our research is centered around pioneering learning models and control algorithms tailored for cyber-physical systems and cloud native applications, leveraging the power of Machine Learning and Generative AI.

In addition to conducting ground-breaking research, the role entails mentoring both graduate and undergraduate students, contributing to scholarly publications in top venues, and fostering collaborations with diverse research groups within larger multi-disciplinary projects. These projects encompass:

We seek candidates who possess the following qualifications:

  • A recent doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in Computer Science or a closely related discipline, demonstrating a strong academic background
  • A proven track record of outstanding research achievements
  • Exceptional organizational and communication skills
  • Proficiency in English is essential
  • Prior research experience in Machine Learning and AI, Adaptive Software Systems, Software Engineering, or Control Theory is highly desirable.

Applicants should send their CV and a research statement to Prof. Marin Litoiu, mlitoiu at yorku dot ca. The position is available immediately.

Deadline: Open until filled. The applications are processed as they arrive. Only those applicants selected for consideration will be contacted.

More information about the Adaptive Software Research Lab and Litoiu research  can be found at 

York University, situated in Toronto, is one of the largest public research universities in Canada and ranked top-35 in the world according to THE Impact Rankings. More than 54,000 students are currently enrolled in more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs at York University, including more than 10,000 international students from over 172 countries.The “unofficial capital of Canada”, Toronto is the largest city of the country and a vivid and multicultural cosmopolitan center.