Friday, January 20, 2017

[DMANET] Open Postdoc Position in Graph Theory and Combinatorics at KIT

The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is the result of the merger of
the University of Karlsruhe and the Research Center, Karlsruhe. It is a
unique institution in Germany, which combines the mission of a university
with that of a large-scale research center of the Helmholtz Association.
With 8000 employees and an annual budget of EUR 650 million, KIT is one of
the largest research and education institutions worldwide.

The Department of Mathematics at the KIT offers a

Research Associate Postdoctoral Position
(Akademische/n Mitarbeiter/in)

to work on Graph theory and Combinatorics.

Young researchers with strong background in discrete mathematics are
invited to apply for this postdoctoral position. A Ph.D. in mathematics or
theoretical computer science is required. Knowledge and experience in graph
theory and combinatorics are expected. An excellent knowledge of English is
required, knowledge of German is preferred.

Specific research topics include generalized Ramsey-type problems, graph
coloring problems, extremal problems in set systems and posets, extremal
problems in graphs. The position responsibility includes teaching four
academic hours per week.

The position is available starting October 1, 2017. The salary grade is E13.

KIT is pursuing a gender equality policy. Women are therefore particularly
encouraged to apply. If qualified, handicapped applicants will be

Please submit your application, including a curriculum vitae, a publication
list if any, an outline of your research interests, and arrange for at
least two letters of reference. Applications and reference letters should
preferably be sent via e-mail to Alternatively,
please use:

Prof. Dr. Maria Axenovich
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Campus Süd
Institut für Algebra und Geometrie
Englerstr. 2
76131 Karlsruhe,

For further inquiries on the position, see or contact
Prof. Maria Axenovich via e-mail.

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