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The call for 3 posdoctoral fellowships at the Center for Mathematical Analysis, Geometry and Dynamical Systems (Lisbon - Portugal) is open from May 9 (next monday) until May 20 2022 : [3]

These positions are only available for researchers who have finished their PhD in the last 3 years.

Un poste PR en EDPs stochastiques à Pau pourrait intéresser certains membres du GDR :

PR en section 26 pour un ou une spécialiste "en analyse des équations aux dérivées partielles non linéaires possédant des compétences dans le domaine des EDP stochastiques ou plus largement des EDP avec une ouverture sur les probabilités.

Deux structures d’accueil, IRL (International Research Laboratory), ouvrent des postes. Dans les deux cas, l’employeur est l’établissement d’accueil, et non le CNRS.

1) Au Chili (Santiago) Le Centre de Modélisation Mathématiques (CMM) de l’Université du Chili abrite l’IRL CNRS 2807 Il lance un appel à candidatures pour deux postes de Chaire d’excellence CMM-CNRS pour jeunes chercheurs et jeunes chercheuses. Les postes ont une durée de quatre ans, et la date de début est flexible. Un diplôme de doctorat (obtenu avant la date de nomination, mais de préférence au plus tôt en 2018) est requis. Lien vers le descriptif Lien mathjobs

2) Au Mexique (Guanajuato) Le CIMAT fait partie de l’IRL CNRS 2001. Il lance plusieurs postes Tenure-Track en mathématiques, dont un poste en statistiques Lien vers les descriptifs Lien mathjobs vers le poste de statistiques

Postdoc opening in Montpellier :

The deadline for application is February 28. Applications (CV, including a publication list, + a research project) shall be sent to before the dealdine.

The Institute of Discrete Mathematics, the Institute of Geometry, and the Institute of Software Technology at the Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) in Austria invite applications for one PhD position and one postdoc position on any of the following areas :

combinatorics and free-probability. To work with Cesar Ceballos and Franz Lehner.

combinatorics, discrete geometry, and algorithms. To work with Oswin Aichholzer and Cesar Ceballos.

The successful candidates will be located at TU-Graz, and will be associated to the PAGCAP project which is founded by FWF and ANR.

The PhD position is a 3-year position with a gross monthly income of 2.237,60 EUR (14x a year), a potential starting date is October 1st, 2022. A master degree obtained before the beginning of the job is required for this position.

The postdoc position is a 2-year position with a gross monthly income of 3.945,90 EUR (14x a year) and a flexible starting date.

website :

Postdoctoral fellowship (3 years, 100%, m/w/d, starting fall 2022) at TU Munich as part of the Simons Collaboration on Global Categorical Symmetries, see also general information and further postdoctoral opportunities below. This is a joint physics and mathematics research program focused on the interplay between quantum field theory, topology, higher category theory and representation theory. Detailed information about the Collaboration and its research activities can be found at :

The postdoctoral fellow will be working within a vibrant, interdisciplinary and international research environment located on the Garching Campus of the TU München, and will furthermore have the opportunity to make extended visits to other collaboration sites, to contribute to joint research activities, and to participate in collaboration workshops and summer schools.

The position is for 3 years and teaching is optional. The salary is the standard 100% salary for postdocs according to the Federal German payment scale TV-L. The ideal starting date is in fall 2022, but can be discussed.

The application is via the following maathjobs post :

Open call for two postdoctoral fellowships at NTNU (deadline : 10-Jan-2022) :

The Lie-Størmer Center is a new center in the borderland computational and pure mathematics at the Arctic University of Norway.

We call for a permanent position as Associate Professor in mathematics within the field of Algebra and its applications. We are particularly interested in strengthening the research activities within the Lie-Størmer Center for Fundamental Structures in Computational and Pure Mathematics. Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate connections to current research activities in the Algebra group ( and the Lie Størmer Center ( The successful candidate will join the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and will be associated to the Algebra group.

Interested individuals should apply by January 26, 2022 using the website

The applicant should be qualified to contribute to research-based teaching in mathematics and supervision in cooperation with the existing staff at the department to create an excellent learning environment. She or he should further be willing to initiate and take part in national and international research projects and work actively to receive research grants. We are especially encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration and interactions and we are interested in candidates able to contribute also to courses in the interplay of mathematics and computer science.We will consider both experienced researchers and up-and-coming candidates in earlier stages of their careers, and the evaluation of the applicants will be on the potential of the candidates to contribute to the creation of a leading research group in the field of Algebra and its applications. The department is particularly committed to increase the proportion of women in senior research positions. We therefore especially encourage female candidates to apply.

A 2-year postdoc position will be available at the University of Poznan. It is funded by the NCN project `Interaction in Quantum Field Theory’. For full consideration, applications should be sent before June 30, 2021, to The positions should start in September 2021, or at a later date upon mutual agreement. For more information, please see the link


At the Department of Mathematics at the University of Bergen (UiB), there is a vacancy for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow position in mathematics. The position is for a fixed term of three years, and the position is part of the project ‘Computational Dynamics and Stochastics on Manifolds (CODYSMA)’ (PI Hans Munthe-Kaas), financed by the Research Council of Norway.

For more information, please visit :


This is a two year fixed term position which is available as from October 1st 2021.

The position involves from 4 to 6 hours teaching a week for which some knowledge of German is required.

The successful candidate will work with Prof. S. Paycha. Her or his research topics should touch upon analysis or geometry and have some substantial intersection with at least one of the following topics

- Pseudo-differential analysis
- Infinite dimensional geometry
- Index theory and anomalies
- Groupoids in mathematical physics
- Combinatorics on cones
- Noncommutative geometry and interactions with physics
- Regularisation techniques
- Renormalisation methods
- Gauge theory

Applications should be sent by 11 June 2021 to Sylke Pfeiffer

with 1) a statement setting out how she or he meets the selection criteria, 2) a curriculum vitae including a list of publications, 3) a statement of research interests, 4) the names and contact details of two referees. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

2-year postdoc opening in mathematical physics (broadly interpreted) at the HU Berlin %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

Within the framework of the ARC project “From algebra to combinatorics, and back”, financed by the “Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles" is launched a call for postdoctoral position at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

Profile We look for a strong candidate working in the field of algebra, combinatorics or their interactions. The successful candidate is expected to contribute to the above mentioned research project, under supervision of one or several of the project’s PIs (Michele D’Adderio, Dimitri Leemans, Špela Špenko and Joost Vercruysse).

Key-words of the research project are : Non-commutative geometry, noncommutative crepant resolutions, toric varieties, combinatorial representation theory, (partial) representations of groups and Hopf algebras, (partial) actions of groups and Hopf algebras on algebras and abstract polytopes, Tannakian duality, categorification.

For more information on the research project, candidates can contact one of the PIs.

Eligibility PhD : In order to be eligible for this grant, the candidate should have obtained a doctoral degree (PhD or equivalent) strictly before the start of the contract. Mobility constraint : In the last 3 years before the start of the contract, the candidate should not have resided or worked in Belgium for more than 24 months. The contract of the successful candidate can start on any preferred date between March 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021.

Our offer The successful candidate will work in the research group “algebra and combinatorics” of the department of Mathematics at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Brussels, Belgium). There will be a 1-year contract and if both parties are content and the eligibility criteria (see “mobility constraint" above) are still fulfilled, the contract can be renewed for another year. There is a competitive salary (over 2.300 eur Net) and the candidate can make use of all facilities of the University. The grant is equipped with a travel grant of 2.500 euro (per year) which the candidate can use to travel and attending conferences or to invite collaborators. Within the research group additional funding is available if there would be more needs. The grant does not come with teaching obligations, although some sporadic (logistic) help for the department (eg. surveillance during exam session) is appreciated.

Application procedure To apply for this grant, please send the following data to Joost Vercruysse before January 31, 2021 :

. A motivation letter (including a preferred starting date of the contract) . A brief CV, including a publication list and the names and contact details of at least 3 established researchers that can provide a reference letter.

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Une bourse post-doctorale de 3 ans est proposée au NTNU, Trondheim (Norvège), en Mathématiques, tous domaines confondus. Les détails sont à l’adresse suivante :


In Department of Mathematical Sciences at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway, there is a vacancy for an Associate Professor in Mathematics (Algebra)

Application deadline : 15.01.2021


Five two-year long post-doc research positions named Junior Visiting Positions are available at the Centro De Giorgi - Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa covering the following subjects : Position n. 1 : Algebraic Geometry and//or Number Theory Position n. 2 : Topology, Differential Geometry and//or Geometric Analysis Position n. 3 : Partial Differential Equations and//or Probability Position n. 4 : Numerical Analysis and//or Financial Mathematics Position n. 5 : Dynamical Systems

PhD students can also apply, provided that they obtain their PhD no later than October 1st 2021. Deadline for application : 12th January 2021 (11.59 PM Italian time).

The total two-year gross remuneration, inclusive of all taxes, is € 66,590.00 for each contract, corresponding to a monthly salary of approximately 2,000 Euros. An additional yearly research allowance of 1,000 Euros for exchange visits is also provided. Starting date : October 2021

The Mathjobs announcement is available here :

To submit applications please link to the ANNOUNCEMENT at


and read the OFFICIAL CALL

https://amministrazionetrasparente.... Applicants must submit their applications SOLELY by using the on-line procedure "SerSe" ( available on the Scuola Normale Superiore website and fulfill ALL the tender’s requirements. No other submission method will be accepted.

For any question related to the on-line procedure or any additional information e-mail

Un poste de maître de conférences (section 25) devrait être proposé à la session de recrutement 2021 au laboratoire de mathématiques Blaise Pascal (Université Clermont Auvergne). Le profil du poste est le suivant :

Le LMBP souhaite recruter un MCF sur des thèmes permettant de créer des ponts et de nouvelles interactions à l’interface de ses équipes GAAO (Géométrie, Algèbre, Algèbres d’Opérateurs) et PAS (Probabilités, Analyse, Statistique). Les thèmes de recherche attendus pour ce recrutement sont :
- analyse fonctionnelle et harmonique ;
- algèbres et espaces d’opérateurs ;
- théorie des représentations.

I would like to draw your attention to an opening for a postdoc position (assegno di ricerca) in mathematical physics at the University Roma Tre within the project "Mathematical Quantum Matter", funded by a PRIN Grant of the Italian Ministry of University and Research. PI : Vieri Mastropietro (Univ. Milano), Coordinator of the local unit : Alessandro Giuliani (Univ. Roma Tre).

LINK TO THE CALL : https://matematicafisica.uniroma3.i...

DEADLINE : Nov 30, 2020


Interested candidates should have a strong background in some of the mathematical methods of equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, transport theory and dynamical systems, such as : the Renormalization Group, cluster expansion, geometric or topological approaches to the study of electronic transport coefficients, KAM theory.

(Posted Oct. 2020) New York University Abu Dhabi seeks to hire a postdoc associate to work on one or more of the following topics : random matrices, free probability theory, concentration inequalities, and mathematical aspects of deep learning.

More information is available at

A postdoc position will be available in a future group at the University of Poznan. It is funded by the NCN project `Interaction in Quantum Field Theory’. For full consideration, applications should be sent before September 30 to The positions should start in November 2020, or at a later date upon mutual agreement. For more information, see the link

Un poste d’ATER en Mathématiques de 6 mois à temps plein est ouvert à l’Université Clermont Auvergne, pour prise de fonction au 01/09/20.La candidature se fait sur le site Galaxie :


La date limite de candidature est le 25 mai 2020 à 16h.

Ikerbasque, the Basque Foundation for Science, has launched a new international call to reinforce research and scientific career in the Basque Country (Europe). It offers :

20 positions for experienced postdoctoral researchers Ikerbasque Research Fellows 5 year contracts, during the last year the researcher can be assessed and she/he can obtain a permanent position PhD degree between Jan2009-Dec2017 Support letter from the host group is mandatory Applications from women are especially welcomed Deadline : March 24th at 13:00 CET

For further information, please visit

Postes MCF au fil de l’eau à Sorbonne Université :

- En section 25 : maths fondamentales https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup...

- En section 26 : analyse numérique https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup...

affichés sur le site "opération postes" (ainsi que quelques autres postes au fil de l’eau). Attention, la deadline de candidature pour ces postes est antérieure à celle de la session synchronisée.

SISSA Mathematical Fellowships DESCRIPTION

SISSA Mathematical Fellowships are 3-years post-doctoral positions for promising early stage researchers in Mathematics. The SISSA Mathematical fellowships are not restricted to a specific research theme, but are intended to give to promising, highly qualified, early stage researchers the opportunity to independently pursue their own research and to enlarge their research profile by interacting with top-leading scientists. SISSA provides an international multidisciplinary research environment with several research level courses and seminars. The successful candidates will benefit from the interaction with SISSA faculties and students, and with the several scientists visiting SISSA every year. Starting from 2018 there will be a yearly call for two fellowships. Positions will customary start in October, but different arrangements will be possible. The appointments will last up to three years and will be provided with a competitive salary together with a research grant that can be autonomously used by the post-doc in order to independently pursue her/his own research. Teaching research level courses will also be possible, but there is no obligation. Fellowships will usually start in October, but different arrangements are possible.


Candidates are supposed to show research independence and a promising research profile. The PhD title is not needed in order to apply but it should be obtained before the beginning of the position. The application shall include a CV and a research statement also stressing possible interaction with SISSA faculties. At least two reference letters shall also be provided.

Call is now open : The application process starts by registering at the page Deadline is 20.01.2020 at 13.00

Should you have any queries or require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact

Announcement of an open position at IMF-NTNU ( :

Associate Professor in Mathematics

The Department DISIM of the University of L’Aquila has opened a researcher position in the area of Probability (ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipo b, settore concorsuale 01/A3).

The position is a contract of employment for three years with the possibility to become an associate professorship.

For more information and for the application forms see

Deadline December 19, 2019 ----------------------------------------------------------------- The "Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe" (Kavli IPMU) at the University of Tokyo solicits applications for its Postdoctoral Fellowship program. Established in 2007, the Kavli IPMU aims to discover the fundamental laws of nature and to understand the universe by bringing together mathematicians, statisticians, theoretical and experimental physicists, and astronomers. We are seeking for candidates who are interested in our broad range of sciences and in interacting with people across disciplines.

Our postdoctoral fellows are for three years and provided with salary comparable to those at other prestigious institutions. They receive generous travel support and are encouraged to travel internationally, visit other institutions, and attend conferences, up to 3 months every year.

Our postdoctoral fellows have opportunities to conduct research in :

- All areas of mathematics, including algebra, analysis, geometry, and statistics.
- Theoretical physics, including astrophysics, cosmology, particle and string theory, and physical mathematics.
- Statistical and computational cosmology, including the opportunity to study the dataset from the Subaru Wide Field Survey.
- Particle and underground experiments, including Belle II, KamLAND-Zen, XENON-nT, SK-Gd at Super-Kamiokande, Hyper-Kamiokande, T2K long baseline neutrino experiment, and R&D for future large neutrino detectors.
- Astrophysics and cosmology experiments, including Hyper Suprime-Cam for weak lensing survey and Prime Focus Spectrograph at the Subaru Telescope, LiteBIRD satellite, CMB B-mode polarization measurements, SDSS-IV for a galaxy survey, and applications of radiation imaging to space missions, accelerator technology and nuclear medicine.
- Science communication and public policy.

English is the official language of the Kavli IPMU and more than half of its full-time scientific members come from outside of Japan. We are building a diverse community of scientists, and we strongly encourage female and international applicants.

The Kavli IPMU is located on the Kashiwa campus of the University of Tokyo, with a satellite facility at the Kamioka Underground Observatories. Our annual budget is approximately $13M.

We encourage all candidates to apply by *December 1, 2019*. Applicants should submit curriculum vitae (with email address and citizenship), a statement of research interests, and a list of publications. Applicants should also ensure that at least three letters of reference are submitted on their behalf. They should be uploaded at Application Form (You need the registration of )

Email inquiries regarding the application process may be sent to

As part of the recently funded DATASIG program (A joint EPSRC funded project between Oxford, Imperial College, and University College London with a hub at the Alan Turing Institute ; EPSRC Reference:EP/S026347/1) we are currently looking to appoint up to four postdoctoral positions. Three of them can be up to four years in duration ; the other is for three years.

We are looking for strong individuals able to develop and bridge between mathematics (rough paths) and ML applications, for example in mental health and gesture recognition. The balance between mathematics and the application and the mathematics differs with the positions and the candidates. Our goal is, overall, to deliver to a high level on both fronts.

Please pass this information to anyone you feel might be interested. Details below :

The position at UCL will be advertised here :

Terry Lyons, Thomas Cass, Harald Oberhauser, Hao Ni

Post­doc­to­ral re­searc­her (3 years) in mat­he­ma­tics / mat­he­ma­tical phy­sics at the University of Helsinki

The Mathematical Physics group ( at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics ( of the University of Helsinki invites applications for a Post­doc­to­ral Re­searc­her for a full-time three-year position. The employment is scheduled to commence in September 2019 but upon mutual agreement the start can also be later in 2019.

The work will be conducted together with professor Jani Lukkarinen ( as part of the Matter and Materials ( profiling action funded by the Academy of Finland. A successful candidate will have experience in one or more of the following mathematical topics related to the project :

- analysis of evolution equations involving nonlinearities
- perturbation theory or related graph methods
- stochastic particle systems
- or mathematical kinetic theory

In addition, familiarity with physics of such transport phenomena will be of benefit : such topics include equilibrium and nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, kinetic theory, and solid state physics.

The detailed announcement may be found at

Please submit your application using the University of Helsinki Recruitment System following the instructions found on the above web page by

August 15, 2019.


Within the DFG funded research training group RTG 2491 “Fourier Analysis and Spectral Theory” at the Mathematical Insitute, Göttingen, are invited applications for

10 PhD and 1 postdoc position

starting (at the earliest from October 1st, 2019)

Deadline : June 25, 2019.




Two postdoctoral positions in Mathematics are opened at Centre of Mathematics and Applications (CMA) in the framework of the project Centro de Matemática e Aplicações (Mathematics/UI297), which is financed by national funds from FCT/MCTES (UID/MAT/00297/2019) at the Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

Number of grants : 2 Location : Department of Mathematics of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal. Duration : Initially 9 months, with possible extension. Starting date : expected to start in 01 st April 2019, depending on bureaucratic details. Applications : expected to open 7th February 2019.

If you wish to receive an email with the official announcement and with further details and information on how to apply, please send an email to .

Ikerbasque, the Basque Foundation for Science has launched a new international call to reinforce research and scientific career in the Basque Country. It offers :

20 positions for promising postdoctoral researchers Ikerbasque Research Fellows 5 year contracts, during the last year the researcher can be assessed and she/he can obtain a permanent position PhD degree between Jan2008-Dec2016 Support letter from the host group is mandatory Applications from women are especially welcomed Deadline : March 15th at 13:00 CET

For further information, please visit

The "Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio De Giorgi" (CRM-PISA) invites applications for FIVE two-year Junior Visiting positions (2019-2021) for the following subject matters :

1. Algebraic Geometry and/or Number Theory ; 2. Topology, Differential Geometry and/or Geometric Analysis ; 3. Partial Differential Equations and/or Probability ; 4. Numerical Analysis and/or Financial Mathematics ; 5. Dynamical Systems.

Successful candidates will be new or recent PhDs in mathematics with an exceptional research potential. PhD students can also apply, provided they obtain their PhD no later than 1st October 2019. Candidates must apply for a specific and single position among the 5 specified above. In his/her on-line application each candidate may also indicate a maximum of three experts in the field of research, to whom the Scuola Normale will ask to send a letter of reference.

Deadline for application : 15th January 2019.

To submit application please link to the ANNOUNCEMENT at

and read the OFFICIAL CALL

Applicants must submit their applications SOLELY by using the on-line procedure SerSe ( available on the Scuola Normale Superiore website and fulfill ALL the tender’s requirements. No other submission method will be accepted.

For additional information e-mail

The total two-year gross remuneration, inclusive of all taxes, is € 66,590.00 for each contract, corresponding to a monthly salary of approximately 2,000 Euros. An additional yearly research allowance of 1,000 Euros for exchange visits is also provided.

Junior Visitors are expected to start their research activity no later than October 2019.

Having hosted over 5000 visitors since its foundation in 2001, CRM-PISA (Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio De Giorgi) provides a thriving international and interdisciplinary research environment and Junior Visitors can take part to a great variety of scientific activities including intensive research periods, workshops and seminars, and have a unique opportunity to interact with top-class scientists.

Job location : Centro di Ricerca Matematica "Ennio De Giorgi" Piazza dei Cavalieri 3 56126 PISA PI Italy

2-years Post Doctoral Position

Duration : 2 years Start : Spring or Fall 2019 Location : CEREMADE, Université Paris Dauphine, France Deadline : January 15th, 2019

The candidate will work in the ERC Consolidator Grant "Mathematics of Density Functional Theory" of Mathieu Lewin. He/she should have a strong background in mathematical physics and PDE. There are no teaching duties. The application should contain a CV, a list of publication, a short research statement and 3 names of people who could provide a letter of recommendation

Contact : Mathieu Lewin

Official announcement of the position :

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral fellowship in probability at the University Lyon 1. The postdoc is funded by the European Research Council grant LiKo.

Main research areas include : statistical physics (percolation, Ising, FK, spin $O(n)$ models etc.), scaling limits (at and near the critical point), conformal invariance (and SLE, CLE, GFF...), Liouville quantum gravity, Euclidean quantum field theory, noise sensitivity, a touch of turbulence and SPDEs.

Practical informations : (you may also click on this link : garban/F...)
- The position is for two years (1+1), with a salary of approx. 27000 per year (between year 0 and 3 after PhD) and approx. 34000 euros per year (between year 3 and 5 after PhD). - Substantial financial support to attend conferences, workshops and invite collaborators will be granted. (Approx 5000 euros/year). - No teaching. - A lot of activity around probability in Lyon. - Great city :-) - The expected starting date is September 2019, but a different date may be arranged.

Application and deadline : Applications including a CV, a list of publications and a (approximately) three-pages description of research interests should be sent by email to Christophe Garban ( Applicants should also arrange for up to three letters of recommendation to be sent to the same address. They will be evaluated first after January 8th, 2019 and then on a rolling basis.

The Chair of Algebra and Number Theory of the University of Vienna invites applications for two 3 years full-time postdoctoral position starting from 1 Febrary 2019 (the starting date can be discussed). The salary is around 14 pays of 3,700 euros brut (around 2,500 net).

The deadline for application is December 9, 2018.

More information can be found at :

There is a vacancy for a postdoctoral fellowship starting in fall 2019 funded by my research project “Higher category theory meets quantum field theory” at NTNU in Trondheim, Norway, funded by the Bergen Research Foundation. The position is for three years with teaching (4 courses) or two years without teaching. The funded project lies at the intersection of mathematical physics and algebraic topology, more precisely in the mathematical study of field theories using methods from homotopy theory.

The quality of life in Norway is very high and the salaries are very competitive. There will be considerable travel money available, as well as a budget for inviting guests. More information can be found on the project website The official job advertisement with all information on how to apply can be found at

The application deadline is December 17. Please submit cv, research statement, and contact information of two references via jobnorge at the link above.


The Excellence Laboratory Milyon (Labex Milyon) opens the 2019 campaign of postdoctoral researchers in Mathematics and Fundamental Computer Science in Lyon & Saint-Etienne.

Milyon offers one or two postdoctoral positions of two years with no teaching load for the period 2019–2021. All the domains in Mathematics and Fundamental Computer Science are eligible.

More information on the link below :

Deadline : January 8th 2019


Programme Grant and postdoc positions

Applications are invited for two 3-year postdoc positions on the EPSRC Programme Grant "Enhancing Representation Theory, Noncommutative Algebra and Geometry through Moduli, Stability and Deformations". One post is based at the University of Edinburgh, one post is based at the University of Glasgow. Candidates are encouraged to apply for both, and indeed they must do so if they wish to be considered for both positions.

This project combines the expertise of Arend Bayer, Tom Bridgeland, Iain Gordon, Agata Smoktunowicz and Michael Wemyss across algebraic geometry, noncommutative algebra and representation theory, to develop common methodology and to answer a variety of questions in each topic. The post-holder will also be encouraged to pursue their own, and newly arising, research questions. For more details of the project, see [ | ] .

The link for the Glasgow position is [ | ] , and the link for the Edinburgh position is [ | ] .

The closing date is 25th June 2018. Please direct any informal enquiries to me ( [ | ] ), or Michael Wemyss ( [ | ] ).


Le Département de Mathématiques de l’École polytechnique est susceptible de recruter trois Professeurs Monge (anciennement appelé Professeur Hadamard). Les candidates et candidats devront envisager une participation à long terme aux projets d’enseignement et d’encadrement d’élèves et étudiants de l’École polytechnique à tous les niveaux d’enseignement. Les cours seront dispensés en anglais pour une partie de la charge d’enseignement. Les activités de recherche s’exerceront au sein d’une des trois équipes du Centre de Mathématiques Laurent Schwartz (algèbre et arithmétique, analyse et équations aux dérivées partielles, géométrie et dynamique). Les candidates et candidats seront des mathématiciens reconnus internationalement dans leur spécialité et doivent faire preuve d’excellentes qualités pédagogiques. Si elle n’est pas déjà soutenue, une habilitation est attendue dans les toutes premières années après le recrutement. Pour plus d’information, contacter : Bertrand Rémy, Président du département de Mathématiques ou Charles Favre, Directeur du CMLS.


SISSA MATHEMATICAL FELLOWSHIPS : this is a new post-doctoral program aimed to attract independent and promising researchers. There will be a yearly call for two positions. Successful candidates will receive also a small grant to independently pursue their own research.

More information on the above program and on SISSA can be found at the web page


L’université d’Avignon aura un poste d’ATER plein pour l’année 2018-2019. Les candidats intéressés peuvent contacter le directeur de département Frédéric Naud pour plus d’informations.


Précision sur le poste de MCF ouvert au concours à Sorbonne Universités (ex-UPMC). Il s’agit du poste MCF-0755890V-15 (25-26), profil : Mathématiques fondamentales et interactions. Est recherchée une personne dans les domaines suivants : analyse fonctionnelle, combinatoire, systèmes dynamiques, théorie ergodique, probabilités théoriques, qui sont à la frontière entre l’IMJ et le LPMA.


Opening for a one-year postdoctoral position at The University of Texas at Dallas beginning in Fall 2018.

A Ph.D. in Mathematics is required, with preference for applicants who have research experience in Algebra, Symbolic Computation, or related fields. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable about differential algebra and/or difference algebra. Previous experience with computer algebra software would be helpful.

The duties for this position include : conduct research in topics relevant to the algebraic theory of differential and/or difference equations, prepare and submit research results for publication, and disseminate research results in seminars, colloquia, and conferences. There are no teaching duties.

Application instructions and additional details are available at