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TU Wien
Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing
Wiedner Hauptstr. 8-10
1040 Wien
Austria

We are looking for an ambitious, excellent PhD student working on

   stochastic (partial) differential equstions

for the research project "Analysis of partial differential equations
with cross-diffusion and stochastic driving", financed by the
Austrian Science Fund (FWF).

The candidate should have a strong background in stochastic analysis
and/or stochastic (partial) differential equations. The project leader
is Dr. Nicola Zamponi (TU Wien), in cooperation with Prof. Christian
Kuehn (TU Munich) and Prof. Ansgar Juengel (TU Wien).

The PhD student will benefit from the activities of the doctoral
program "Dissipation and Dispersion of Nonlinear PDEs" and the
research center "Taming Complexity in PDE Systems", including a joint
PhD supervision, research in a team, and a soft-skill training program
with summer and winter schools.

We offer an exciting and dynamic scientific environment in Vienna,
a structured PhD program, and a working contract for 1+2 years with a
competitive salary including full social security. Vienna is one of
the most livable cities world-wide with an excellent infrastructure,
a huge cultural program, and various recreational opportunities.

Details of the doctoral school can be found on http://npde.tuwien.ac.at.
For details on the position, please contact Prof. Ansgar Juengel
(juengel@tuwien.ac.at).


Application Instructions

Please send your CV, a short description of your current scientific
interest and scans of your certificates by e-mail in a *single* PDF
file to Ms Manuela Khaladj (manuela.khaladj@tuwien.ac.at) until

   November 30, 2017.

Applications from female students are especially welcome!
We are looking forward to your application!


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Contact Person
Prof. Ansgar Juengel
+4315880110127