Deadline: 31 may 2014
Here is the announcement for an ESR position (3 years of support leading to a PhD degree) at the mathematics department of Université de Paris Sud (Orsay), and to prepare a PhD under the supervision of Guy David.
The proposed research field is “Minimal Surfaces, Analysis, and Geometric Measure Theory”, and the topic would be “Existence results for some Plateau problems”. But the specifics may of course vary, for instance depending on the student’s background and preferences.
Some technical details (more can be found on the site http://manet.dm.unibo.it/recruitment.php which should also be consulted for other ESR positions in different universities): Financing comes from the Marie Curie ITN network MAnET (Metric Analysis for Emergent Technologies).
Duration: 36 months
Starting date: September 2014
Living allowance + mobility allowance: According to the MC-ITN rules the basis for calculating the gross monthly living allowance of the recruited Early Stage Researcher is 38.000 €/year as a living allowance, plus a mobility allowance 700/1000 €/month (depending on the family status). These amounts include overheads and are subject to the applicable country correction coefficient to adjust to the cost of living of the country where the project is carried out.
Mobility requirements: According to the regulations for mobility within the Marie Curie program, at the time of recruitment by the host organization, researchers must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc) in the country of their host organization for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the reference date.
For all recruitments, the eligibility of the researcher will be determined at the time of recruitment and the status of the researcher will not evolve over the life-time of a contract.
Academic requirements: Master's degree and less that 4 years (full-time) research experience after Master's degree.
Deadline for applications: May 31, 2014. How to apply:
send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, expressing your interest in the position, and please include
Other sites that you may consult: Guy David’s home page (go to preprints to get an idea of the subject) http://www.math.u-psud.fr/~gdavid/ Ecole Doctorale (for some information on phd studies in Orsay) http://www.math.u-psud.fr/~ecdoct/ecdoct/