Thursday, March 18, 2021

[DMANET] Associate Professor in Algebra & Logic

The Department of Algebra of the Charles University, Prague, Czechia, is
opening a position of associate professor in the fields of logic, model
theory, universal algebra, and their computational aspects.

Applications are invited from candidates with an excellent international
reputation and publishing activity in some of the above fields. We expect a
positive attitude towards pedagogical work, ability to integrate scientific
activities, teaching and supervision of student theses, including training
of doctoral students. A long-term foreign experience is expected.

We offer an initial contract for three years. In case of mutual
satisfaction, the second contract can be permanent. The expected starting
date is September 2021, but it is negotiable. The teaching load is 6 hours
per week.

The position bears a formal qualification requirement of habilitation. This
means a Czech title of "docent", or a comparable foreign academic degree.
(for example, German Privatdozent, or a position of associate professor at
a renowned US university).

To apply please follow the instructions in the official call:

The Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University is the leading
Czech institution in mathematics. The School of Mathematics has about 110
academic positions, covering most of the major areas. We have highly
motivated and well educated students in our mathematics programs. The
Department of Algebra offers an open minded international environment, with
outstanding conditions for independent research. Currently, we have 16
permanent and 10 postdoctoral positions, with more than a third held by
international researchers. The department hosts a project funded by the
European Research Council on Symmetry in Computational Complexity (Libor

Informal inquires about the position and the program are welcome, you may
contact any of the following persons:
David Stanovsky, Head of the Department of Algebra,
Jan Krajicek, leader of the logic research group, <br>
Libor Barto, leader of the universal algebra research group,

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