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Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
Group of Mathematical Physics
GFMUL, Faculdade de Ciências
Campo Grande, Ed. C6
1749-016 Lisboa
Portugal

The Group of Mathematical Physics of the University of Lisbon, Portugal (http://gfm.cii.fc.ul.pt/en) invites applications for a Post-Doctoral position in Mathematics within the scope of the Portuguese Science Foundation project \Schroedinger'sproblem and Optimal Transport: a multidisciplinary perspective" ,

http://gfm.cii.fc.ul.pt/research/projects/ptdc-mat-sta-28812-2017/

The position is for 24 months, starting December 2019 or January 2020. The gross monthly salary is 1,509.80 Euros (this is almost twice the average salary in Lisbon) and there are no teaching duties associated with the position.

Factors preferred: PhD obtained after January 2014

Work plan: Generalization of the Schroedinger Problem and its initial probabilistic solution to the analogous case of mixed quantum states, i.e much more general evolution scenarios between arbitrary probabilistic data; Numerical analysis and simulation of those dynamics. Construction of a notion of Stochastic Integrability. Fluid Dynamics, where the Navier-Stokes equation is interpreted as a stochastic deformation of the Euler equation. Investigation of connections with the Benamou-Brenier approach, with particular emphasis on symmetries of the former equations.


Application Instructions

Applications may be sent via e-mail to jczambrini@fc.ul.pt, by attaching the following documents:

Curriculum Vitae, PhD thesis abstract and Research statement (1 page). 2 letters of recommendation should be sent to the same address.

The selection of candidates will be based upon scientic merit but also upon proximity of the research subject of the candidate to the topics of the project.

For any further information please e-mail Professor Jean-Claude Zambrini,

jczambrini@fc.ul.pt


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