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Gran Sasso Science Institute
via Crispi 7, L'Aquila
67100 L'Aquila

The Numerical Analysis group of the Gran Sasso Science Institute
(GSSI) invites expressions of interest for a faculty position at the
Assistant Professor level (Tenure Track - RTDB) from highly qualified
scholars worldwide.


The GSSI Numerical Analysis group hosts scientists carrying out
interdisciplinary research on a variety of subjects, ranging from Matrix
Analysis, Numerical ODEs, Numerical PDEs, Dynamical systems,
Graph Theory, Numerical Linear Algebra, Computational Network
Science and Mathematics of Machine Learning.

The GSSI is an International School of Advanced Doctoral Studies, with
a prominent program of graduate courses. Located in the city of
L’Aquila, in the heart of the Apennine Mountains east of Rome, the
institute offers a stimulating environment with numerous PhD students
and postdoctoral researchers selected internationally every year.
English is the official language for all the activities at the institute
(teaching, seminars, tutoring, etc.).
About 40 PhD Students in Applied Mathematics from all over the world
are at GSSI at any given time, and part of the duties of the Faculty is to
provide teaching and supervision of their research activity.
Interdisciplinary projects aimed at increasing the connections with other
PhD courses at GSSI within the Math Division as well as the other areas
(physics, computer science and regional economics) are encouraged.

The GSSI will announce one tenure-track position in 2022. The present
call for expressions of interest is aimed at probing the community of
scientists at the international level that might want to join the GSSI
faculty. We emphasize that all non-Italian citizens and all Italian
candidates having spent sufficient time working abroad are entitled to
up to 90% reduction of tax load for at least the first 6 years of
employment, as per current Italian regulations. Additionally, the
successful candidate will be entitled to up to 30% salary increase with
respect to National standards, subject to positive evaluation by the
hiring committee.

GSSI is committed to gender balance, inclusion and diversity. All
expressions of interest will be given proper consideration, independent

Application Instructions

A curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and a brief research statement
should be sent by email (numerics@gssi.it), together with a short
motivation letter in which the candidate discusses the reasons for their
interest in joining the GSSI team. The candidates should also arrange
for two recommendation letters to be sent directly to the GSSI
(numerics@gssi.it), to support their application. The expressions of
interest should be sent at your earliest convenience and in any case not
later than Jan 31, 2022.

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