Applications are welcome for the PhD program in Pure and Applied Mathematics at the Università di Milano Bicocca, Italy. Deadline for application is October 16th, 2013.
The Department of Mathematics and Applications of the Università di Milano Bicocca is strongly research-oriented and covers a wide spectrum of Mathematics.
The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics (SME) of the Institute of Mathematical and Computer Sciences of the University of São Paulo (ICMC-USP) at São Carlos, is making a public call for a full-time professor/researcher position, level of assistant professor (Doctor).
Applicants must hold a PhD in the fields of in the Fields of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics or similar, must be well qualified and have a scientific research orientation. The official webpage for the call, in Portuguese, is
Lecturers, Applied Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Faculty of Science
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Salary: AUD$87,334 - AUD$103,705 p.a. plus 17% superannuation
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at University of Melbourne is seeking to appoint two full-time continuing applied mathematics Lecturers (Level B) with outstanding modelling skills. At least one appointee will have expertise in computational modelling.
The Department of Mathematics of the University of Trento is looking for excellent candidates potentially interested in a position at the associate or tenure-track level in the current research areas of the Department (http://www.unitn.it/en/dmath/27625/research) or in Financial Mathematics.
The candidates should hold a position at a corresponding level in a qualified university outside Italy.
Interested people should send a statement of interest, including a recent cv, to email@example.com by October 4, 2013. Further information can also be obtained writing to the same address.
Warsaw Center of Mathematics and Computer Science (WCMCS) invites
applications for post-doctoral positions. The description of the position
can be found at http://wcmcs.edu.pl/node/41
Applications can be submitted on-line at
The deadline for submitting applications is October 15th, 2013.
Applications are invited for a
PhD position in Mathematical Statistics
at the department of Mathematics of the VU University Amsterdam.
The intended area of research is Bayesian nonparametrics, keywords:
nonparametric Bayesian inference, oracle posterior rates, lower bounds
for posterior rates, confidence of credible sets, Bayesian two-stage optimization
procedures, compressed sensing by Bayesian approach. Other topics are possible.
Candidates must have a master degree in mathematics or theoretical physics.
The Institute of Mathematics, Statistics, and Scientific Computation at the State University of Campinas, seeks candidates for post-doctoral positions through the National Programme for Post-Doctoral Scholarships (CAPES). Two scholarships are allocated to Mathematics, two to Applied Mathematics, and one to Statistics.
We look for candidates with strong and proven research record and potential. Possible interaction with the research groups of the Institute may be an advantage.
The Zukunftskolleg and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Konstanz offer a Ph.D. Position (three-year limited term, salary scale 13 TV-L/50%) in the DFG-funded research project Convexity in Real Algebraic Geometry led by Daniel Plaumann.
For more information, please visit
Department of Mathematics
Seoul 136-713, Korea
One tenure-track faculty position is available for those with nationality other than Korean in the Department of Mathematics at Korea University in Seoul, Korea. The appointment will be at any level of professorship (assistant, associate, or full professor) depending upon the candidate’s qualification. There is no restriction in the research area as long as it is within the boundary of mathematics.
• Research and teaching in applied mathematics with emphasis on continuous infinite dimensional optimization and its numerical analysis and analysis
• Cooperation in the research network "Mathematical Optimization and Applications in the Biomedical Sciences"
• Collaboration in supervision of students
• Cooperation in organisational and administrative matters
For more information follow the link:
Pending final approval by the European Research Council up to 4 years Ph.D. student position is available within the framework of the ERC Advanced Grant Feasibility, logic and randomness in computational complexity under the direction of Professor Pavel Pudlák. See description of the project.
Applications are invited from candidates who have completed or will complete their master degree in Mathematics, or Theoretical Computer Science before December 30, 2013, and who have good knowledge of mathematical logic and/or computational complexity. At least basic knowledge of English is required.
Pending final approval by the European Research Council a one‐year post‐doc position is available within the framework of the ERC Advanced Grant Feasibility, logic and randomness in computational complexity under the direction of Professor Pavel Pudlák. Applications are invited from candidates who have completed his/her Ph.D. degree in Mathematics, or Theoretical Computer Science, within the last 4 years (or will complete his/her Ph.D. degree by the end of 2013), and who have good background in proof complexity and computational complexity.
Starting date: 01 January 2014
A position is available for a Research Fellow to work at one of the topics developed in the Institute of Mathematics AS CR. The post would be suitable for a mathematician or another specialist with a strong background in mathematics. This is a full-time fixed term contract appointment, on the internal salary scale at a level commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Starting date: 01 January 2014
Requirements: PhD degree in mathematics or in a related discipline, motivation for research, cooperation potential; previous research experience is welcome.
A Visiting Scholar position is available in the Institute of Mathematics AS CR in Prague in 2014, with the duration of the contract from six to twelve months.
Requirements: PhD. degree in mathematics or in a related discipline, motivation for research, cooperation potential; recent PhD‘s will receive special attention. In case that you did not obtain PhD before the application deadline, you are required to produce evidence that the thesis is submitted and a date of the defense is settled.
Further information at http://www.math.cas.cz/documents/Inzerat_visiting_EN_2013-14.pdf.
The Division of Mathematics at the department of Mathematical Sciences at Chalmers invites applications for an assistant professor position in Arakelov Geometry. We are especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the interaction between our research groups in Complex Analysis and Algebraic Geometry and with a research profile including
- Expertise in arithmetic algebraic geomterty/Arakelov geometry
- Analysis on moduli spaces
- Analysis on Berkovich spaces