Monday, February 28, 2022

[DMANET] One PhD Position in Random Graphs at TU Graz, Austria

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

A successful candidate will pursue their PhD degree within the FWF
funded Doctoral Program 'Discrete Mathematics' under the supervision of
Univ.-Prof. Mihyun Kang. Research topics include random graphs, random
subgraphs, random graphs on surfaces, random hypergraphs, and random
simplicial complexes.

The position is up to 3 years (starting date: anytime from 1st May 2022
but no later than 1st October 2022). The salary is according to the
standard personnel costs and salaries for FWF projects -- the current
gross salary per month is 2,237.60 Euros (14 times a year). There is
additional funding for participating in conferences. There are no
teaching duties.

Qualifications and condition of employment:
- Strong track record of mathematical studies
- Master's degree in mathematics or theoretical computer science at the
time of employment

Application documents:
- Cover letter describing your motivation, qualification, research
experience, and interests
- Transcript (or a list) of courses for your Masters and Bachelor
programs including grades
- Master thesis if available
- CV

Please merge all your application documents into a single pdf-file and
send it by e-mail to

One to three confidential reference letters (one by their master thesis
advisor) should be sent directly to

Applications will be reviewed starting from 28th March 2022 until the
position is filled.

Further information on the position can be found at
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