Monday, March 15, 2021

[DMANET] PhD scholarships in Berlin

Several PhD scholarships are advertised in Discrete Mathematics and
Theoretical Computer Science at one of the three research universities
of Berlin (the Freie Universitaet (FU), the Humboldt-Universitaet (HU),
and the Technische Universitaet (TU)), within the framework of the
Research Training Group (Graduiertenkolleg) Facets of Complexity. The
deadline for applications is *

*March 22nd*.

For details about how to apply please visit:

The faculty of the Research Training Group consists of

Peter Buergisser (TU)
Stefan Felsner (TU)
Christian Haase (FU)
Martin Henk (TU)
Michael Joswig (TU)
Stephan Kratsch (HU)
Stephan Kreutzer (TU)
Wolfgang Mulzer (FU)
Rolf Niedermeier (TU)
Guenter Rote (FU)
Nicole Schweikardt (HU)
Martin Skutella (TU)
Tibor Szabo (FU)

Topics include algorithms, combinatorics, geometry, graphs and networks.

The activities of the Research Training Group include a regular Monday
afternoon colloquium, block courses, summer schools, research workshops
and more, taking place in the lively Berlin Discrete
Mathematics/Theoretical Computer Science environment. The RTG is
committed to equality and diversity. Facets of Complexity is a certified
unit of the Berlin Mathematical School (BMS), the joint graduate school
of the mathematics departments of the three universities. The BMS offers
an active, international research environment, as well as mentoring
programs, language courses, soft-skills seminars, funding for summer
schools and conferences, a buddy program and funding for students with

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