Deadline: 15 nov 2018
The European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant “DyCon – DynamicControl”, coordinated by Enrique Zuazua, aims to develop a multifold research agenda in the broad area of Control of Partial Differential Equations (PDE) and their numerical approximation methods to contribute with new key theoretical methods and results and computational software. This project identifies six key topics: 1) control of parameter dependent problems; 2) long finite time horizon control; 3) control under constraints; 4) inverse design of time-irreversible models; 5) memory models and hybrid PDEODE models, 6) and the links between finite and infinite-dimensional dynamical systems and gathering all contributions develops a Computational Software platform.
Description The European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant “DYCON – Dynamic Control”, coordinated by Enrique Zuazua, aims to develop a multifold research agenda in the broad area of Control of Partial Differential Equations (PDE) and their numerical approximation methods to contribute with new key theoretical methods and results, and to develop the corresponding computational software. The chosen postdoc researcher will carry out mathematical andor computational research on some of the main scientific priorities of DYCON in a multidisciplinary and international environment with excellent facilities. The duration of the contract is of 12 months, with a possible extension to one or two more years.
Research Fields Mathematics - Computational mathematics – Control theory – Scientific Computing
Research Profiles Post doctoral
Benefits Starting date is February, 2019 or earlier, if possible. The annual gross salary will be 29.500,00 € and local tax regulations will be applied on this amount. The contract includes Spanish Social Security and healthcare public plans.
Commentweb site for additional job details For more information please visit the DyCon webpage (http:/cmc.deusto.esdycon), and those of the Department of Mathematics (http:/verso.mat.uam.eswebindex.phpes) and UAM (https:/www.uam.es).
Requirements a) PhD Thesis in Mathematics, Physics, Informatics, Engineering or closely related areas, with emphasis on Partial Differential Equations, Control theory, Numerical Analysis andor Scientific Computing. b) Able to work in a highly motivated environment. c) Strong team working & communication skills. d) Good written English skills. e) Driven, independent personality.
Please contact Prof. Enrique Zuazua (email@example.com) for additional.