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Instituto Superior Técnico
Mathematics
Av. Rovisco Pais 1
1049-001 Lisboa
Portugal

Two post-doctoral positions are available from September 2017, (but a
different date may be arranged) within the research program on
Hydrodynamic Limits and Equilibrium Fluctuations: universality from
stochastic systems:

http://patriciamath.wixsite.com/patricia/hylef

http://patriciamath.wixsite.com/patricia/post-doc-grants

The duration of each post-doctoral position is for 12 months (with
possible extension for more 12 months). The fellowships are funded by
the European Research Council starting grant HyLEF of Patrícia Gonçalves.

The post-doctoral fellows will be working in one of the following topics:

- Hydrodynamic limits
- Universality of the KPZ equation from microscopic systems
- Universality classes of systems with several conservation laws

at the Mathematics Department of Instituto Superior Técnico of the
University of Lisbon:

https://math.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/index.php.en

Each post-doctoral fellow will receive a salary of 2060€ per month plus
150€ per month of insurance and considerable financial support to attend
conferences and workshops will be granted.

The application dossier consisting in

a detailed curriculum vitae

2. a brief research statement (up to 2 pages)

3. copy of the official PhD diploma

4. a list of publications

should be submitted by the candidate before 15th February at

https://camgsd.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/candidaturas

Two recommendation letters are required for the application and they
should be uploaded directly by the referees in

https://camgsd.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/candidaturas

After the 1st evaluation, the candidates that stay in the short list
will have an interview by skype between 1st-10th March 2017.


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Prof. Patricia Gonçalves