The position is funded by the ERC project MALIG, whose aim is to develop a mathematical approach to the liquid-glass transition and related phenomena. Main areas of research include interacting particle systems, bootstrap percolation cellular automata and glassy dynamics.
The position is for two years, with a salary of approximatively 30000-35000 euros per year, depending on the experience.
Considerable financial support to attend conferences and workshops will be granted.
There are no teaching duties associated to the position.
The expected starting date is September 2020, but a different date may be arranged.
Applications including a CV, a list of publications and a one-page description of research interests and experience should be sent by email to
Applicants should also arrange for up to three letters of recommendation to be sent to the same address.