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University of Vienna, Faculty of Mathematics
Research Group on Applied Mathematics and Modeling
Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1
1090 Wien
Austria

Applications are invited for two Postdoc and one PhD-student positions starting in October 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter. Postdoc appointments are for two years, the annual gross salary is approximately 55k EUR. The PhD position is for three years, with a gross salary of approximately 31k EUR. All positions come with no teaching duties.

The successful candidates will join the Research Group on Applied Mathematics and Modeling led by Ulisse Stefanelli at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Vienna. The research focus of the Group is on calculus of variations and partial differential equations, often inspired by applications in continuum mechanics. Evolution equations, discrete systems, and stochastics are also of interest.

Applicants for the Postdoc and PhD-student position should have or be close to obtain a PhD or a Master, respectively, in Mathematics or Physics, as well as a strong background in calculus of variations and/or applied analysis. Candidates are asked to submit their application online at this page. A detailed CV and a short description of current scientific interests are requested, together with names and full contact addresses of at least two references (no letters needed). The PhD position is associated with the enrollment in the PhD program in Mathematics at the University of Vienna.

Applications are reviewed continuously, until positions are filled. A first evaluation round will start on May 15, 2021.

Informal enquiries to appl.math@univie.ac.at

Research Group on Applied Mathematics and Modeling
Faculty of Mathematics
University of Vienna
https://www.univie.ac.at/appliedmath/


Application Instructions

Please submit your application online at https://www.univie.ac.at/appliedmath/call/2021/04/


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Prof. Ulisse Stefanelli