Monday, September 7, 2015

[DMANET] PhD Position in Random Graphs and Probabilistic Combinatorics at TU Graz, Austria


PhD Position in Random Graphs and Probabilistic Combinatorics at TU
Graz, Austria

We are seeking outstanding PhD candidates with interest and experience
in random graphs and probabilistic combinatorics.

The successful PhD candidate will pursue her/his PhD degree under the
supervision of Prof. Mihyun Kang on topics related to Project 14 "Random
Graphs on a Surface", within the Doctoral Program "Discrete Mathematics"
which offers an advanced PhD training and research program funded by the
Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Graz University of Technology (TU Graz),
University of Graz, and University of Leoben. The official language of
the Doctoral Program is English.

Qualifications and condition of employment:
- Strong track record of mathematical studies
- Diploma/Master's degree or equivalent in mathematics or theoretical
computer science

Length and Salary:
- PhD position is for up to 4 years with a gross salary of 27.900 EUR
(30 hours per week)
- Optional teaching is compensated separately
- There is additional funding for extended research stays abroad and
attendance of conferences

Application documents:
(1) Letter of application
- describing your qualifications, academic experience, and
scientific interests
- specifying your earliest possible starting date
(2) Curriculum Vitae
(3) Transcript of courses and grades, scanned copy of Diploma or
Master's degree
(4) Master thesis if available

All the application documents which are merged into a single PDF-file
should be electronically submitted by 15 September 2015 to

Dijana Kreso
Coordinator of the Doctoral Program "Discrete Mathematics"
Graz University of Technology
Steyrergasse 30
8010 Graz, Austria

One or two confidential letters of recommendation can be directly sent

Selected candidates will be invited for an interview which will take
place in October 2015.

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