Friday, September 30, 2022

[DMANET] Head of MATH+ Junior Research Group

The Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+ invites applications to head an
independent Junior Research Group (JRG) in the field "Mathematics for Data
Science". The successful candidate will have a doctorate in mathematics,
computer science or related disciplines. They will have a research program
in "Mathematics of Data Science", for example, in the fields of imaging
science, optimization, approximation theory, machine learning or statistical
learning theory. They will have a notable record of research in the form of
publications in peer-reviewed journals, awards, invited talks and other
scholarly achievements, as appropriate for their career path and stage.

The research center MATH+ provides a supporting environment to gain
international visibility and give the JRG leader a head-start in building
their own research profile and group within a large Cluster of Excellence
and the very active Berlin mathematical landscape. JRG leaders will also be
given the opportunity to gain teaching and supervision experience at the
undergraduate and graduate level.

MATH+ faculty and students come from all over the world and we offer a
vibrant, multicultural, and family-oriented environment, for example
parental leave. The position is for three years initially, an extension for
another three years is possible upon a positive evaluation. The competitive
full-time salary includes health insurance.

A complete application should include: Cover letter (referring to reference
no. II-604/22), CV, research statement, and publication list We expect good
command of English; a good working knowledge of German is a plus. The start
date is negotiable, but preferably in the first quarter of 2023.

We welcome applications from all well-qualified individuals. Applications
from women are highly encouraged.

Please apply at:

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