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One Phd-student and one Postdoc position at the University of Vienna

created by davoli on 20 Nov 2018

Deadline: 10 dec 2018

Applications are invited for one Postdoc and one PhD-student position (both for three years) under the supervision of Elisa Davoli, starting in April 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The successful candidates will be employed at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Vienna, and will have the opportunity to interact with colleagues both at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Vienna, and at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Prague, in the framework of the newly funded FWF-GACR grant ''Large strain challenges in materials science''. Ideal candidates would have a strong background in calculus of variations or applied analysis. The annual gross salaries for the Postdoc and PhD positions are approximately 51.000 EUR and 22.000 EUR, respectively. Both positions include no teaching loads.

Applicants for the Postdoc position must have (or be close to obtain) a PhD in Mathematics or Physics. Postdoc candidates are requested to provide a detailed CV and a short research statement (max 4 pages), together with names and full contact addresses of three references.

Applicants for the PhD position must have (or be close to obtain) a Master in Mathematics or Physics. PhD candidates are requested to provide a detailed CV and a short description of current scientific interests, together with names and full contact addresses of two references. The PhD position is associated with the enrollment in the PhD program in Mathematics at the University of Vienna.

The application deadline for both positions is December 10th, 2018. Applications should be sent as a single pdf file to elisa.davoli@univie.ac.at. Informal enquiries can be directed to the same email address.

The University of Vienna intends to increase the number of women in its faculty, and therefore specifically invites applications by women. Among equally qualified applicants women will receive preferential consideration.

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