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open post-doc position in Applied Analysis at TU Dresden

created by neukamm on 01 Aug 2018

Deadline: 26 aug 2018

The Chair of Applied Analysis at TU Dresden, Germany, (Prof. Dr. Stefan Neukamm) offers a position as Research Associate Postdoc (salary group E 13 TV-L) starting at October 1st 2018, limited until October 31st 2019 with the possibility of prolongation.

The position comes with no teaching duties and the task is research on the following topics:

homogenization of partial differential equations and variational problems with various scales

simultaneous dimension reduction and homogenization in nonlinear elasticity

discrete-to-continuum analysis and atomistic modeling

stochastic homogenization, random walks in random environments

quantitative homogenization

nonlinear elasticity

regularity in connection with homogenization


university degree and PhD in mathematics or comparable qualification

working experience in nonlinear partial differential equations, calculus of variations, as well as in one or more of the following fields: nonlinear elasticity, gradient systems, quantitative (stochastic) homogenization, random walks in random environments, regularity

active cooperation in research activities of the Chair of Applied Analysis and interest in interdisciplinary projects

The position offers the chance for further academic qualification.

Please submit your comprehensive application by August 26, 2018 as a single pdf document via email to

In particular, the application should include a research statement with ideas on your integration into the research profile of the chair.

Application received after August 26 2018 might not be considered.

The website of the Chair of Applied Analysis can be found here: https:/tu-dresden.demnmathwirneukamm

For the official announcement, please refer to: https:/www.verw.tu-dresden.deStellAusstelle.asp?id=6283

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