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Graz University of Technology, University of Graz
Kopernikusgasse 24
8010 Graz
Austria
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The doc.funds project "Discrete Mathematics in Teams" offers 12 PhD positions in Graz, Austria. These positions are funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) for up to four years and are available from Oct 1, 2024. The project has a focus on collaborative research - every PhD project will be supervised by a pair of advisors.

 

The topics range over Discrete Mathematics interpreted in a broad sense and include

 

  • Graph theory

  • Commutative and Non-Commutative algebra

  • Discrete Dynamics and Fractals

  • Combinatorial Optimization

  • Discrete Differential Geometry

  • Discrete & Computational Geometry

  • Number Theory

  • Computational Topology

  • Distributed Computing

  • Additive and Probabilistic Combinatorics

 

The specific topics and their respective advisors are listed at

 

https://docfunds.math.tugraz.at

 

The doc.funds project is part of the "Graz School of Discrete Mathematics", a graduate program of highest international reputation, jointly run by Graz University of Technology and University of Graz. Students of this school enjoy additional benefits such as travel support, additional funds for extended research stays abroad, mentoring, a vibrant research seminar and more. The official language is English.

 

The gross salary for the position is 34500 Euro per year.

 

Details on how to apply can be found at the link above.

 

For full consideration your application has to arrive by March 31, 2024. Later applications will be considered until the positions are filled. A selection of candidates will be invited for interviews taking place on May 23. 

 

Any further inquiries regarding the position can be directed to

 

discrete@tugraz.at

 

to Michael Kerber (speaker of the Graz School of Discrete Mathematics)


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