Non-tenure-track/postdoctoral Essen, Germany Apply
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Universität Duisburg-Essen
Fakultät Mathematik
Thea Leymann Str. 9
45127 Essen
Germany

We are seeking applications for a 3 year postdoc position for an early-career researcher to join our research group in motives,  motivic homotopy theory and aspects of enumerative geometry, in connection with the ERC research project “Quadratic refinements in algebraic geometry”. The position is scheduled to start Sept.  1, 2021; the start-date is flexible. This is a research position, no teaching is required, although there may be teaching opportunities possible for those interested. 

We are looking for a highly qualified early-career researcher with a concentration in algebraic geometry, especially Gromov-Witten theory and related fields, and/or homotopy theory, especially motivic homotopy theory. German language skills are not required. 

You can find a description of some of our groups activities at https://www.esaga.uni-due.de/marc.levine/Courses/2020/

We are part of the Essen Seminar in Algebraic Geometry and Arithmetic (ESAGA). Please look at the webpage https://www.esaga.uni-due.de for an introduction.

The official announcement for the position can be found at

https://www.uni-due.de/imperia/md/content/stellenmarkt/stellenangebote_an_universitaeten/wissenschaftliche_beschaeftigte_an_der_ude_oeffentlich/2020/aus_003-21_wiss_mit._pd_prof._levine__kaufmann_.pdf

If you have any questions, please feel free to send me (Marc Levine) an email at: marc.levine@uni-due.de


Application Instructions

Please send applications containing an up-to-date CV and research statement  via email to

Marc Levine
marc.levine@uni-due.de

with the subject heading “Postdoc position 003-21” and arrange to have 2 or 3 letters of recommendation sent to this address  with the same subject heading. We will begin evaluating the applications on February 13, 2021; applications and letters of recommendation received by this time will be able to receive our full consideration.


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Prof. Marc Levine
+49 201 183 3114