Deadline: 31 may 2022
Research areas and type of position
The candidate’s research shall concern at least one of the following areas:
• harmonic analysis,
• geometric measure theory,
• partial differential equations,
• calculus of variations.
The position yields the opportunity to conduct an independent research program without teaching duties; it is supervised by Daniel Spector (see https://web.ntnu.edu.tw/~spectda/). Possible present or future connections to his research are appreciated.
Concerning daily life, Taiwan is known for its
• friendly atmosphere,
• convenient transportation,
• excellent hiking opportunities,
• high-quality health-care at low prices, and
• affordable living costs (for Taipei, see https://www.expatistan.com/cost-of-living/taipei).
For expatriates, Taiwan is routinely ranked as one of the top places worldwide to live in (see https://www.internations.org/expat-insider/2019/best-and-worst-places-for-expats-39829).
Salary of the position
The annual gross salary will be determined, depending on level of research experience, according to the NTNU payment scheme in the range NTD 763,830 to 1,056,038; it is paid in 13.5 monthly salaries. After tax and insurances for health and labour, an estimated net salary of NTD 724,755 to 998,761 results (approximately, USD 25,500 to 35,200, EUR 20,900 to 28,800, or GBP 18,700 to 25,800); tax rates depend on the candidate’s personal situation.
Starting date and duration
The starting date is flexible. We expect to hire with the beginning of the academic year (autumn 2022); however, starting dates in spring may also be arranged. The position is for two years, with the possibility of a renewal for a third year.
Required documents Three reference contacts: names of three references who may be contacted for further inquiries regarding research experience. Summaries top publications: title and abstract of the candidate’s most significant publications (up to three) for the advertised research area; links (e.g., via DOI or arXiv) to full text appreciated. Research statement: highlighting key achievements and future research plans. Curriculum vitae: professional career, education (BSc, MSc, PhD, or equivalent). Publication list: accepted journal publications, arXiv preprints, PhD thesis.
All documents may emailed to Prof. Spector at email@example.com.
Phase I: applications accepted and preliminary review of candidates.
Phase II: detailed review of candidate materials.
Phase III (optional): individual interviews with selected candidates via web conference.
• present - 31 May 2022: phase I;
• 1-30 June 2022: phase II;
• 31 Jul 2021: end of phase III.
Application Materials Required: Send by email:
• Name & Email of Three Referees
• Summaries Top Three Publications
• Research Statement
• Curriculum Vitae
• Publication List