[CvGmt News] Fwd: 2 Post-Doctoral Positions

Luigi Ambrosio luigi.ambrosio at sns.it
Sun Sep 23 17:48:27 CEST 2018

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Oggetto: 	2 Post-Doctoral Positions
Data: 	Sun, 23 Sep 2018 13:15:33 +0200
Mittente: 	Helene Frankowska <helene.frankowska at imj-prg.fr>
A: 	FRANKOWSKA Helene <helene.frankowska at imj-prg.fr>

Dear Friends,
I am looking for two post-doctoral associates for 2019-2021. If you have 
strong PhD students or ex-PhD students who may be interested  to work on 
the project described briefly below, they are the most  wellcome to 
contact me.

Could you please advertize these positions at your institutions ?

Many thanks, Helene

*Two Post-Doctoral Positions in  Set-Valued Analysis, Optimisation *

*and *

*Mathematical Control Theory*

Two Post-Doctoral Associate positions of 12 months each (with possible 
extension to 18 months) are available at Institut de Mathématiques de 
Jussieu - Paris Rive Gauche,Sorbonne Université (ex Paris 6). The 
starting date may be in 2019 or 2020.

The research domain of these post-doctoral positions falls in the area 
  of set-valued analysis, mathematical morphology, differential calculus 
of maps on metric spaces, differential inclusions, mutational equations 
and mathematical control theory. In particular, the project concerns 
extensions of the classical mathematical control theory and differential 
inclusions beyond vector spaces.

   The monthly salary of the post doctoral associates with less than two 
years experience since their PhD thesis is  2167 €  net (before the 
income tax) and when the experience is between 2 and 7 years it is 3000 
€  net (before the income tax).


1. Aubin J.P. (2000) Mutational and Morphological Analysis: Tools for 
Shape Regulation and Morphogenesis, Birkhäuser

   2. Aubin J.-P. and Frankowska H. (1990,2008) Set-Valued Analysis, 

   3. Lorenz T. (2010)  Mutational Analysis. A Joint Framework for 
Cauchy Problems in and Beyond Vector Spaces,  Springer-Verlag

  4. Rockafellar R.T.  and Wets R. (1997) Variational Analysis, 

For further  questions concerning these positions, please contact

*Helene Frankowska*<helene.frankowska at imj-prg.fr 
<mailto:helene.frankowska at imj-prg.fr>>


Helene Frankowska
Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu - Paris Rive Gauche
Sorbonne Université, Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
case 247, 4 place Jussieu, 75252 Paris cedex 05
helene.frankowska at imj-prg.fr <mailto:frankowska at math.jussieu.fr>
tel.  33-(0)1-44-27-71-87
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