Thursday, October 7, 2010

[DMANET] Post-Doc Position Math/CS/OR, RWTH Aachen University

The Chair of Operations Research and Supply Chain Management
at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, invites applications for

(Akademische Raetin/Akademischer Rat auf Zeit, A 13)

We are building an interdisciplinary working group with research and
teaching interests in operations research, discrete mathematics, and
theoretical computer science. Welcomed topics are integer programming,
combinatorial optimization, algorithmic graph theory and graph
algorithms, scheduling, game theory, algorithm engineering, and any
other methodological field of operations research. Basic research goes
hand in hand with practical applications.

The successful candidate will engage her/himself in the group's
research activities, and is invited to sharpen her/his own academic
profile by pursuing independent research. As the position comes with a
(small) teaching load, proficiency with, or the will to learn the
German language within a reasonable period of time is indispensable.

You hold (or are close to the completion of) an excellent Ph.D. in
discrete mathematics, computer science, operations research, or a
related discipline? You have a profound knowledge in at least one of
the above listed research topics? Theory matters as much as
applications to you? You are eager to work on your academic career in
an excellent environment in a city at the heart of Europe? Then it
seems you are our ideal candidate.

The candidate will be employed as a civil servant, and must meet
required personal qualifications.

The position is to be filled as soon as possible and is for a fixed
term of 2 years. a prolongation for 3 years is possible, subject to a
positive evaluation. This is a full-time vacancy.

RWTH Aachen University has been certified as a "Family Friendly University".

RWTH is committed to promoting the careers of women and therefore
looks forward to receiving applications by female candidates.

For positions in organisational units where women are
underrepresented, in cases of equal qualification, ability and
professional achievement, preference will be given to female
applicants unless reasons specific to an individual candidate tilt the
balance in his favour.

The University positively welcomes applications from suitably
qualified disabled people.

Please send your application in a *single* PDF file containing an
academic CV, list of publications, letter of motivation, research
statement, the names of two references, and any other supporting
material no later than

October 31, 2010


Prof. Dr. Marco Luebbecke

Applications reaching us by the above date will receive full
consideration, however, the search remains open until the position is

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