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Bielefeld University, Germany
P.O. Box: 10 01 31
33501 Bielefeld
Germany

The position is associated with Projects A05 “Fokker-Planck-Kolmogorov equations on general state spaces” and B01 “New trends in stochastic partial differential equation: two types of transformations and a new notion of solutions” within the Collaborative Research Center 1283. Specific for the position is regularity theory for nonlocalKolmogorov operators and its applications to SDEs. For further information see: https://www.sfb1283.uni-bielefeld.de

The main responsibilities are:

-collaborative research and discussions related to Projects A05 and B01 (95 %)

-cooperation in planning and organization of scientific events, e. g. workshops or joint events of the collaborative research center (5 %)

 

Full description: https://www.uni-bielefeld.de/Universitaet/Aktuelles/Stellenausschreibungen/Anzeigen/Wiss/wiss20010_englisch.pdf


Application Instructions

ApplicationProcedure:

For full consideration, your application should be received via either post (see postal address below) or email (a single PDF) document sent to roeckner@math.uni-bielefeld.deby February 12th, 2020.Please mark your application with the identification code: wiss20010. Please do not use application portfolios and send only photocopies of original documents because all application materials will be destroyed at the end of the selection procedure. Further information on Bielefeld University can be found on our homepage at http://www.uni-bielefeld.de. Please note that the possibility of privacy breaches and unauthorized access by third parties cannot be excluded when communicating via unencrypted e-mail. Information on the processing of personal data is available https://www.uni-bielefeld.de/Universitaet/Aktuelles/Stellenausschreibungen/2019_DS-Hinweise_englisch.pdf.


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Contact Person
Prof. Michael Röckner