We are looking for a Post Doc to work within the project „Fast Solvers for Isogeometric Analysis“, which is funded by the Austrian Science fund (FWF) under grant P31048 and led by Stefan Takacs. The starting date of the project can be adjusted to the candidate’s needs. The main research goal of the project is the construction and the analysis of fast numerical methods for solving linear systems arizing from the discretization of partial differential equations with isogeometric analysis. The job includes both analysis of new algorithms and their implementation. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to present the results on scientific conferences worldwide and to work within a strong research group in Linz (RICAM and university of Linz). The candidate is required to have a doctor degree in numerical analysis of partial differential equations or a related field.
Post Doc position Isogeometric Analysis
Non-tenure-track/postdoctoral Linz, Austria
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Altenberger Str. 69
We offer in accordance with the rules of the FWF a yearly gross salary of EUR 74.380,00 (40 hours per week). Funding would be possible for up to two years. The selected candidate will be located at the RICAM (https://www.ricam.oeaw.ac.at/), Linz, Austria. The institute, which is part of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), offers high standard research and life conditions. The Austrian Academy of Sciences is an equal opportunity employer.
The application should be sent as one single pdf file per e-mail to the project leader Stefan Takacs (email@example.com). The application should contain a curriculum vitae and information on the lectures successfully completed during the studies. Moreover, a copy of the master and doctor certificate and a copy of the PhD thesis should be attached. There is no fixed deadline; we will announce online when the position is filled:
Please feel free, to contact the project leader Stefan Takacs for any information regarding this position (as the detailed research topics, duties and benefits of the positions, etc.).
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Dr. Stefan Takacs
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