Having been through the process of finding and applying for postdoc positions in Europe over the last couple of years, here is now the big list that I wished someone had given me a few years ago.
Posts Tagged ‘math jobs’
Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on June 7, 2012
Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on June 13, 2011
Two positions open in Nottingham, 10-month contracts starting in Sep 2011, good pay. “Preference may be given to candidates whose research complements that of the School’s number theory group.” For more details, please get in touch with Ivan Fesenko.
Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on January 25, 2011
I found my current job in Bordeaux thanks to this blog post of Minhyong Kim, and will now try to make someone else a similar favour.
Firstly, there are postdoc positions at INRIA advertised here. The subject area is computer science and applied mathematics, but I know that in the past this has included computational arithmetic geometry. If anyone is interested, I can put you in touch with someone at the maths department here in Bordeaux who has hired math postdocs via INRIA before (am hesitant to post his name and email address here without his permission). Just leave a comment or send me an email.
Secondly, there is some European Union money for a number of postdoc positions in the Aquitaine region. As far as I understand, the first step towards an application is to contact a potential host researcher, for example at the IMB.
Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on May 26, 2009
Just wanted to spread the word about some very interesting opportunities.
- PhD positions in Copenhagen. Strong research groups in Algebra and Number theory, Topology and Noncommutative geometry. Very attractive financial conditions. Deadline: June 19th. Note that Denmark is also the happiest place in the world.
- Postdoc position at University of Nottingham with Alexander Vishik. Deadline: June 5th. Some possible topics mentioned: Algebraic theory of quadratic forms, algebraic cobordism theory, linear algebraic groups and homogeneous varieties (over arbitrary fields), motives (in the sense of Voevodsky and Chow motives), A1-homotopy theory, Milnor’s K-theory and algebraic K-theory (over arbitrary fields).
- Postdoc position in algebraic geometry in Strasbourg. Below is a quote from the email sent to the EAGER-GEN list. Deadline June 10th. “A post-doc position in algebraic geometry for one year (that could be extended for a second year) is available here in Strasbourg, starting from September 1, 2009. The post-doc will have no teaching duty. The following three conditions are mandatory for the candidates: (1) being less than 35 years old by December 31, 2009; (2) having obtained the Ph.D. outside France; (3) no previous long stay at the Strasbourg Math. Department. Interested people may contact Gianluca Pacienza for further details. Candidates must send their Curriculum Vitae to Gianluca Pacienza. Two letters of recommendation must be sent (again by email) separately.”