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FU, HU, TU Berlin and WIAS
Mathematics
TU Berlin, IRTG 2544, Sekr. MA7-1
Straße des 17. Juni 136
10623 Berlin
Germany

The recently established

  
   Berlin-Oxford International Research Training Group (IRTG) 2544 
   “Stochastic Analysis in Interaction”
 
offers 8 PhD positions (75% TVL E 13, about 1700 EUR p.m. after taxes, social security...) for 3 years starting
 
  April 1st, 2020, or soon thereafter.
 
Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), the IRTG is a joint research initiative of  the stochastic analysis group of FU, HU, TU and WIAS Berlin with its counterpart at the University of Oxford. The advertised positions will be based in Berlin and will offer ample opportunities to interact also with members of the Oxford team, most notably in a 6-months exchange. 
 
Embedded in a truly international environment, the IRTG students will get excellent research training in a structured programme focussing on challenges at the mathematical foundations of Stochastic Analysis as well as on challenges arising from its various applications, e.g., in physics, biology, finance or data science. The combined expertise from the Berlin and Oxford groups will provide a significant breadth in depth and fertile ground for our students' ambitious research ideas.
 
Successful candidates will have an MSc degree (or equivalent) in Mathematics (or a closely related field), strong knowledge of stochastic analysis, and feel eager to engage in the exchange of ideas with the teams in both Berlin and Oxford.  At least two reference letters from academic supervisors are requested.
 
Deadline for applications is 
 
   January 20, 2020 (for now).
 
Please see
 
 
for the official job ad and for instructions how to apply. 
 
Our IRTG webpage
 
 
offers more information on the Berlin-Oxford IRTG 2544.

Application Instructions
Please see https://tub.stellenticket.de/de/offers/74386/ for the official job ad and for instructions how to apply. 

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Contact Person
Prof. Peter Bank