The duties are primarily related to research activities and research administration. The position also involves mathematics teaching (up to 25%) and supervision at the Bachelor, Master, and PhD levels. Other important tasks include cooperating with the business sector, connecting questions asked by businesses to applied mathematics methods, and contributing to the development of research questions related to optimization in other areas of research (for instance through solving optimization problems in computer science).
Applicants are expected to contribute actively to the development of the research team in Mathematics through carrying out research of high international standard and through working to enhance and maintain their own professional networks. Applicants are also expected to work independently while performing as part of a team, for instance through promoting interaction and cooperation with other departments at the University and with society at large, both locally and internationally.
For working environment and development reasons, duties require attendance at the university on a daily basis.