Non-tenure-track/postdoctoral Lisboa, Portugal Apply
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Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon
Group of Mathematical Physics
Campo Grande, ed. C6
1749-016 Lisboa
Portugal

The Group of Mathematical Physics of the University of Lisbon (Faculty of Sciences), Portugal (http://gfm.cii.fc.ul.pt/en) invites applications for a PhD Scientific Researcher Recruitment in Mathematics (Initial Stage Researcher) within the scope of the Portuguese Science Foundation programmatic funding.

The contract is expected to start on 1 st April of 2021, and will have an expected duration of 30 months.

Admission requirements:

 a) The PhD must have been granted at most in the 5 last years (counted at the end of this call).

 b) Demonstrated scientific experience in the area of Mathematical Physics or related areas.


Application Instructions

Applications will be submitted online, through the electronic platform of http://FCincias.ID (http://concursos.fciencias-id.pt), call n. 3507.

 On the electronic platform, applicants will complete a mandatory section on Personal Data and upload files with the documents listed below:

i. Detailed curriculum vitae - mandatory;

ii. A motivation letter clearly demonstrating that the candidate has an adequate profile for the position and fully complies with the Admission Requirements - mandatory;

iii. Up to five publications relevant for the objectives of the Work Plan - mandatory;

iv. Digital copies of documents proving formal academic degrees (PhD) and/or other scientific and professional qualifications - original doc- uments must be provided in case of actual recruitment- mandatory;

v. Indication of two scientists to whom recommendation letters may be requested - mandatory;

vi. Other documents that candidates consider relevant for the assessment of their scientific merit, or to declare the personal situation in the cases covered in section IX-2 of this Notice - optional.


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Prof. Jean-Claude Zambrini
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