Monday, June 15, 2015

[DMANET] TU Graz: One 3-Year Postdoctoral Position in Analytic Combinatorics

TU Graz: One 3-Year Postdoctoral Position in Analytic Combinatorics

We are seeking outstanding candidates with expertise and proficiency in
analytic combinatorics (e.g. singularity analysis, saddle-point methods,
generating functions, cycle index sums).

The successful candidate will be employed as a postdoctoral researcher
for three years within the Research Project on "Asymptotic Properties
of Graphs on a Surface" (funded by Austrian Science Fund FWF) as a
member of the Combinatorics Group at the Institute of Optimisation and
Discrete Mathematics at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz),
Austria, The current group members include

-- Mihyun Kang (full professor)
-- Oliver Cooley (assistant professor)
-- Philipp Spruessel (assistant professor)
-- Christoph Koch (Ph.D. student)
-- Michael Mosshammer (Ph.D. student).

This is a research position and does not carry any teaching
responsibilities. There is however a possibility to teach if one wishes
to do so and optional teaching is compensated separately. The preferred
starting date is 1 November 2015, but negotiable.

The basic salary is specified in the FWF standard personnel costs and
There are extra salary payments, the so-called 13th- and 14th-month
salaries which are favourably taxed.

Condition of employment:
- Qualified candidates must hold a PhD degree in mathematics or
theoretical computer science before the time of appointment

Application documents:
- Cover letter of application
- Curriculum vitae including the list of publications
- A short statement of research interests
- A list of full contact information of two references who can submit
letters of recommendation

All application documents should be electronically submitted in a
single PDF file by 20 June 2015 to Ms Sandra Wissler,

For further details, please contact

Mihyun Kang or Philipp Sprüssel
Graz University of Technology
Institute of Optimization and Discrete Mathematics (Math B)
Steyrergasse 30
8010 Graz, Austria

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