Applicants should hold, or be about to complete, a doctorate in a relevant mathematical subject area such as algebra or combinatorics. Research experience in asymptotic group theory will be an advantage, but is not essential. The appointee will be required to contribute to the Faculty of Mathematics' teaching portolio (4 hours per week). German language skills are not a necessary requirement, but the ability and willingness to learn German to be able to teach in German after a year is. Support for language tuition is available.
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The Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences (MPI MiS) is a research center for pure and applied mathematical research located in Leipzig, Germany. The institute is committed to innovative fundamental research, and to transferring concepts and structures from mathematics into other academic fields. The broader scientific environment in Leipzig includes two other Max Planck Institutes (Cognitive Science and Evolutionary Anthropology) as well as the University of Leipzig. For our upcoming research group "Interdisciplinary Frontiers of Algebraic Geometry" led by İrem Portakal, we offer a 3-year PhD position. The expected starting date of the position is January 1st, 2024. We seek outstanding students who enjoy working in a collaborative environment. Applicants should have a degree in mathematics or related fields with an interest in algebra, geometry and computation.
The Institute of Algebra, Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics invites applications for the position of a Research Assistant (Postdoc, m/f/d) in Algebra and/or Combinatorics (Salary Scale 13 TV-L, 100 %).
PostDoc Stelle in der AG Geometrie verfügbar - Sie haben Freude an der Bearbeitung aktueller Forschungsprojekte und bringen sich gerne engagiert in der Lehre ein? Bewerben Sie sich mit einem Forschungsprofil in einem der folgenden Fachgebiete: metrische Geometrie, geometrische Gruppentheorie, algebraische Kombinatorik oder geometrische/kombinatorische Darstellungstheorie
PostDoc position in the research group of Algebra and Discrete Mathematics. Strong background in one or more of the areas discrete and combinatorial geometry, combinatorial commutative algebra, topological, geometric or algebraic combinatorics and discrete mathematics.
The Bologna research group is interested in hyperplane arrangements, matroids, and related combinatorics. The research group is formed by Luca Migliorini, Luca Moci, Alejandro Vargas, Giovanni Paolini e Roberto Pagaria.
We are looking for persons who are active in an area of research present at the Institute of Geometry (computational topology, applied geometry and differential geometry, discrete and computational geometry). They should have published in this area and should be able to research independently. Teaching experience is a bonus. This position has teaching duties, and we expect that applicants will be able to teach in German after one year.