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Institution: Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences, Department of Mathematics Salary level: EGR. 13 TV-L
Start date: as soon as possible, fixed until 30.06.2024 (This is a fixed-term contract in accordance with Section 2 of the academic fixed-term labor contract act [Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz, WissZeitVG]).
Scope of work: part-time
Weekly hours: 75 % of standard work hours per week
Duties include academic services in the project named above. Research associates may also pursue independent research and further academic qualifications and project results may be used in the context of a doctorate.
Successful candidates are required to perform interdisciplinary and collaborative research concerning the development and analysis of high-performance numerical algorithms for fluid flow simulation methods, in particular for the reduction of spurious diapycnal mixing in ocean circulation models.
A university degree in a relevant field. In particular, a sound background in applied mathematics is required.
Reliable remuneration based on wage agreements
Continuing education opportunities
Flexible working hours
Work-life balance opportunities
Public transport pass (ProfiTicket) and much more
30 days of vacation per annum
Tips on applying
Prof. Dr. Armin Iske
Please send applications in a single PDF document by email to: email@example.com and mention “M5” in the subject line.
Applications should only include the following material:
■ a motivation letter (no more than two pages), where candidates explain their suitability for the position in project M5 of the TRR181
■ a tabular curriculum vitae
■ transcripts of records for your Bachelor and Master studies
■ a list of conference attendances
At this point, applications should not include reference letters or any other supplementary material, e.g. copies of theses or
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