Thursday, March 8, 2018

[DMANET] Postdoc position

** Post-doc announcement **

CoCoGro -- Computational and Combinatorial aspects of Symbolic Dynamics
on Groups.

* postdoc position in CoCoGro project:

We are opening a post-doc position for 1 year, starting in the fall
2018. The post-doc will join the CoCoGro project, which is aimed
at studying computational and combinatorial aspects of symbolic dynamics
on groups.

CoCoGro is an ANR-funded project involving researchers in Lyon,
Montpellier and Turku. It is coordinated by Nathalie Aubrun (LIP lab,

* Topics and requirements for applicants

We are looking for young researchers who can contribute to the research
topics of CoCoGro. Candidates should hold a PhD in computer science or
mathematics (or be close to complete their PhD), with a strong
background in symbolic dynamics, tiling theory, combinatorics on words
and/or combinatorial or geometric group theory.

Having good programming skills is an advantage but not essential.

The successful applicant will conduct research with Nathalie Aubrun
(LIP), Michael Rao (LIP) and Yves de Cornulier (ICJ) in Lyon, and may
also interact with other members of the project outside Lyon.

* Application submission guidelines

Applications should be sent to Nathalie Aubrun before May 11th 2018 in
an email entitled "CoCoGro postdoc application", providing a detailed CV
with publication list, a research statement including a description of
accomplished work and research project, and at least two recommendation
letters (to be sent directly to by the author).

Potential candidates are encouraged to contact the project coordinator
(together with other project members) for any question related to a
possible application.

More details on CoCoGro project and its members can be found at:

* Important dates:

Informal inquiries: as soon as possible
Application deadlines: May 11th 2018
Starting date: in the fall 2018

Nathalie Aubrun

CNRS, LIP, Équipe MC2
École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Tél : +33(0)
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