Thursday, December 13, 2012

[DMANET] Pre- and Post-Doctoral Positions "Algorithmic and Enumerative Combinatorics"

COMBINATORICS," a four-year programme (March 1, 2013 - Feb. 28, 2017)
funded by the Austrian Science Foundation FWF, is offering post-
and pre-doctoral positions at each of its three associated research
groups at the University of Vienna, at the RISC of the Johannes
Kepler University Linz, and at the Vienna University of Technology.

"Algorithmic and Enumerative Combinatorics," as we understand it,
is the general research area which is defined by the interplay
of the fields of Enumerative Combinatorics, Analytic Combinatorics,
and Algorithmics.
The SFB will join the forces of the Combinatorics Group at the
University of Vienna, the Algorithmic Combinatorics Group at
the RISC, and the Algorithms Group at the Vienna University
of Technology, in order to significantly advance our knowledge
in this branch of Combinatorics and related fields.

The SFB consists of eight project parts, run by:

Michael Drmota (TU Wien)
Bernhard Gittenberger (TU Wien)
Manuel Kauers (RISC Linz)
Christian Krattenthaler (Universit\"at Wien)
Peter Paule (RISC Linz)
Veronika Pillwein (RISC Linz)
Michael Schlosser (Universit\"at Wien)
Carsten Schneider (RISC Linz)

For more specific information see the SFB WWW Site

We explicitly encourage female researchers to apply for the offered
positions. We guarantee that the selection process, based solely on
the research records, will give equal opportunities to female and
male researchers.

Interested applicants should submit an application with
CV, list of publications, an indication with whom the applicant
would like to work (multiple choice is possible),
and in addition ask 2 (for postdocs), respectively 1 (for pre-docs),
people to send letters of evaluation,
no later than

JANUARY 31, 2013.

The application should be done using the website

Late applications will be considered until all the positions are filled.

For more detailed information see the SFB WWW Site

General enquiries about the programme and the opportunities it is
offering for young researchers should be made in the
first instance to the Speaker of the SFB, Christian Krattenthaler

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