Hausdorff Postdocs Position 2019 in Bonn University, Germany
Designation/Position- Hausdorff Postdocs Position 2019
Bonn University, Germany invites application for Hausdorff Postdocs Position 2019 from eligible and interested candidates
About- Hausdorff Postdocs find the perfect environment to further their academic career. HCM’s research areas can provide such an environment in almost every field of mathematics. The wide scope covered by our research areas can also provide inspiration from less obviously connected fields and is a hard requirement for research that bridges gaps between well beaten tracks. It is vital that it takes place in an environment where a young scientist can find and enlarge his or her research profile by interaction and support from researchers working on adjacent topics. Hausdorff Postdocs Position 2019
Research/Job Area- Mathematics and its applications, including in particular quantitative economics
Location- Bonn University, Germany
In all fields of mathematics and its applications, including in particular quantitative economics.
The highly productive environment in our research areas provides the basis for effective research.
Furthermore, each postdoc works in close cooperation with one professor – his mentor.
This combines the benefits of independent work with the possibility to seek advice and support whenever needed.
Duration = two years, but may be extended by up to one year.
Expected starting date is no later than October 2020.
There are many opportunities for Hausdorff Postdocs to participate in teaching on various levels, but there is no obligation to do so.
It is intended to fill at least one third of the positions with women, and therefore, preference will be given to suitably qualified female candidates, all other considerations being equal. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
The mentoring program is a program for members of the HCM and run by members of the HCM. It is designed to help young researchers to develop profound teaching skills with the support of an experienced professor. The program is offered by the Hausdorff School for Advanced Studies in Mathematics, an innovative training program for postdoctoral researchers.
How to Apply- Eligible and interested candidate can apply online.
Your application should contain your CV (with the grade for the dissertation if applicable), a publication list and a research plan relating to the research in HCM.
Moreover, you have to choose one of the new HCM Research Areas as well as a potential local postdoctoral mentor from among the Bonn based professors in HCM listed as investigators of the respective research area whom you are requested to contact regarding the proposed research plan prior to submitting your application.
Applicants who have not yet completed their PhD are requested to include a two page outline of their dissertation project comprising results up to now as well as a detailed evaluation written by his/her supervisor.
In addition we need by the deadline at least two letters of recommendation from scientists not associated with Bonn University.
The letters of recommendation are to be sent by e-mail to the Board of Directors of the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics, c/o Daniela Schmidt (daniela.schmidt(at)hcm.uni-bonn.de).
For Contact- If you have any questions please contact Daniela Schmidt (daniela.schmidt(at)hcm.uni-bonn.de).
Last Date for Apply– 30 October 2019