We are advertising a postdoctoral position within the interdisciplinary cooperation of the Faculties of Mathematics and Computer Sciences and of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Heidelberg. Heidelberg University is the oldest university in Germany and celebrated its 625th anniversary in 2011. In 2007 it became one of nine Universities of Excellence supported by the Excellence Initiative of the German government.
As part of this support, the Faculties of Mathematics and Computer Sciences and of Physics and Astronomy started a “Partnership Mathematics and Physics”, whose goal is to strengthen the cooperation between Mathematics and Physics at research as well as teaching level. The partnership consists of Prof. Banagl, Prof. T. Gneiting, Prof. A. Hebecker, Prof. H. Knüpfer, Prof. W. Kohnen, Prof. M. Podolskij, Prof. D. Roggenkamp, Prof. M. Salmhofer, Prof. O. Venjakob, Prof. T. Weigand, Prof. R. Weissauer, Prof. C. Wetterich, and Prof. A. Wienhard.
For more information see our website at: http://www.thphys.uni-heidelberg.de/~pmp/.
We are advertising a postdoctoral position for one year within this partnership. The postdoctoral fellow will not have any teaching duties, but is expected to take an active part in the interdisciplinary cooperation and its scientific coordination. This may include the organization of seminars, workshops, conferences, or special lecture series, the oversight of the website of the partnership, interaction with scientific visitors or similar tasks.
Candidates should have excellent research potential with research interest at the interface of mathematics and physics, preferably with scientific points of contact with research groups at the Institute for Applied Mathematics, the Institute of Mathematics, or the Institute for Theoretical Physics. Knowledge of the German language is not required. Interested candidates should send their applications by January 1, 2014 to
Institut für Theoretische Physik
The application should contain a Curriculum Vitae with list of publications, a short description of past research and a short outline of the research projects to be pursued (both up to 2-3 pages). Applicants should arrange for two letters of recommendation to be sent in separately by the reviewers.