Calculus of Variations and Geometric Measure Theory

2+1 years postdoc position in Analysis at TU Munich

created by cicalese on 31 Mar 2022
modified on 03 Apr 2022

Deadline: 15 jun 2022

One postdoctoral position is available at the Center for Mathematics, Technical University of Munich, Chair for Analysis, with starting date October 2022, in association with Professor M. Cicalese. The appointment is offered for two years in the first instance. At the end of the second year the possibility of an extension for an additional year will be considered. The successful candidate will join the research activities of the group and contribute to the development of one of the ongoing projects.

The successful candidate should have a solid education in mathematics, should hold or be about to complete a PhD in mathematics and have experience in at least one of the following areas: Calculus of Variations, Analysis of PDEs, Geometric Analysis.

The successful candidate will cover a research-oriented position with $2$ to $4$ hour per week teaching duties as teaching assistant. The successful candidate can choose to teach either in English or in German.

We offer a salary according to the TV-L 13 class (expected netto per month around 2500 Euro).

Applicants should send a CV, list of publications and two letters of recommendation as PDF files with the subject line "Postdoc2022-surnameoftheapplicant'' to Marco Cicalese at If needed, the recommendation letters can be sent separately. Applications should be sent before June 15, 2022 to the email address The evaluation of the applications may start immediately. Later applications will be considered until the position is filled. Once the position is filled, this will be announced on the webpage:

Information concerning the Faculty of Mathematics at TU Munich and the research group in Analysis can be found at and Please feel free to contact Marco Cicalese by email if you have any question.

As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, TUM explicitly encourages applications from women as well as from all others who would bring additional diversity dimensions to the university's research and teaching strategies. Preference will be given to disabled candidates with essentially the same qualifications.