A postdoctoral position is currently available in the Control Systems Engineering Laboratory at Arizona State University (CSEL, http://csel.asu.edu). This position is in support of two US National Institutes of Health grants focused on applying system identification, dynamical systems, and control engineering principles to develop novel time-varying interventions for chronic, relapsing disorders in behavioral health. These interventions play an increasingly prominent role in a wide variety of areas of public health importance, including drug abuse, HIV/AIDS, cancer, mental health, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular health, and aging. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in an engineering discipline with strong demonstrated analytical and computing skills. An ideal candidate has expertise in the following areas: system identification, model predictive control, and simulation and optimization of stochastic systems. Activities associated with these projects will be performed in a highly interdisciplinary environment involving psychologists (clinical, quantitative, developmental), statisticians, and computer scientists. Strong communication skills and the ability to interact in a diverse intellectual environment are a must. Women and underrepresented minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. Additional information regarding CSEL's efforts in this area can be found in http://csel.asu.edu/health A competitive salary is available for well-qualified individuals. The initial appointment is for one year, renewable for additional years based on performance and continued availability of funds. Interested individuals should apply to Professor Daniel E. Rivera, Program Director, Control Systems Engineering Laboratory at [log in to unmask] Please include a CV, a list of three references, and a brief statement of research interests. Copies of significant authored publications in themes relevant to the projects are welcome.