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University of Copenhagen
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Universitetsparken 5
2100 Copenhagen O

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen is seeking top early-career researchers for a number of attractive postdoctoral positions. The positions are one to three year positions, with application deadline November 15, 2017 and starting date in 2018, ordinarily September 1.


The salary is very competitive, depending on seniority, the salary amounts to 32.000-33.791 DKK/per month (app. EUR 4.266-4.500 per month) plus 17.1 % in pension contribution. Potential applicants from outside of Denmark can find information about life in Denmark - including taxation, healthcare, etc. – at


The teaching load is typically two quarter (half-semester) courses per year of which one usually is as a teaching assistant.

The Department of Mathematical Sciences has strong research groups in many areas of mathematics, and has an active postdoc and visitors' programme; we refer to our homepage for more information.


Strong applicants in all areas covered by the research groups of the department will be considered. In particular there will be postdoc stipends in the following specific areas/centers of the Department:

  • Algebra, topology, operator algebra, and non-commutative geometry as covered by the Centre for Symmetry and Deformation.
  • The VILLUM Center of excellence for the Mathematics of Quantum Theory (QMATH) focusing on mathematical physics and quantum information theory. The center offers the possibility to work in close collaboration with theoretical and experimental activities at the Niels Bohr Institute. For more information, please contact Professors Matthias Christandl, Bergfinnur Durhuus, or Jan Philip Solovej.
  • Copenhagen Causality Lab covering such research topics as causal inference for stochastic dynamical systems, partially observed systems, invariant prediction and graphical models. See for more information.
  • There are also some postdoc stipends available which are not attached to any of the above mentioned centers/grants.

Application Instructions

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VERY IMPORTANT: The application must be submitted electronically using MathJobs

and in order to complete your application you must also submit your application through the University of Copenhagen recruiting system:



We expect to make the first offers in December 2017 or early January 2018, and conclude our search around March. The starting date is ordinarily 1 September, 2018.

University of Copenhagen wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.



Questions regarding your application can be directed to You are also welcome to directly contact any faculty member close to your research area.  

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