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TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology)
Institute of Analysis and Scientific Computing
Wiedner Hauptstra├če 8-10
1040 Wien
TU Wien is Austria's largest institution of research and higher education in the fields of technology and natural sciences. With over 26,000 students and more than 4000 scientists, research, teaching and learning dedicated to the advancement of science and technology have been conducted here for more than 200 years, guided by the motto "Technology for People". As a driver of innovation, TU Wien fosters close collaboration with business and industry and contributes to the prosperity of society.
At the Institute of Analysis and Scientific Computing in the Research Unit of Analysis, TU Wien is offering a 4-year position as university assistant (m_f, prae-doc) for 30 hours/week. Expected start: October 2022, requests for a slightly later start will be considered.


  • Collaboration on research and teaching tasks as well as examinations
  • Cooperation and guidance of students
  • Research and project activity
  • Writing a dissertation and publications
  • Participation in scientific events
  • Assistance/Collaboration in organizational and administrative tasks

Your profile:

  • Completion of a master or diploma curriculum in Mathematics
  • Background in Differential Equations and/or Dynamical Systems
  • Experience in Multi-Scale Dynamical Systems or Computational Biology is a strong asset
  • Very good communication and writing skills in German and English
  • Interest in pursuing a research career in the field as well as supervision and work with students

We offer:

  • Continuing personal and professional education and flexible working hours
  • Central location of workplace with very good accessibility (U1/U4 Karlsplatz)
  • A creative environment in one of the most liveable cities in the world

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Prof. Peter Szmolyan