Thursday, February 4, 2016

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

One PhD Position in Random Graphs and Probabilistic Combinatorics is
available at TU Graz, Austria.

We are seeking outstanding PhD candidates with interest and experience
in random graphs, random hypergraphs, random graphs on surfaces, and
probabilistic combinatorics. The successful PhD candidate will pursue
her/his PhD degree under the supervision of Univ.-Prof. Mihyun Kang
within the Doctoral Program Discrete Mathematics. The preferred starting
date is between 1 May and 1 October 2016.

Qualifications and condition of employment:
- Strong track record of mathematical studies
- Master's degree in mathematics or theoretical computer science is
required to be employed, but does not necessarily have to be awarded at
the time of application

Length and Salary:
- PhD position is for up to 4 years
- There is additional funding for extended research stays abroad and
attendance of conferences

Application documents:
- Letter of application, which describes the candidate's academic
qualifications, academic experience, and scientific interests and
specifies the candidate's earliest possible starting date
- Curriculum Vitae
- Transcript of courses and grades, scanned copy of Master's
- Master thesis if available

The application documents (in one PDF file) should be submitted by email to
Johannes Cuno and Dijana Kreso
(coordinators of the DK Discrete Mathematics)
Graz University of Technology
Steyrergasse 30/III
8010 Graz, Austria

One or two confidential letters of recommendation should directly be
sent to

The deadline for applications is 18 February 2016, and interviews of
short-listed applicants are expected to take place in mid-March 2016.

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