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.

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Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on June 7, 2012

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.

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Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on June 6, 2012

These lectures were delivered in February 2012 at IHES.

Some of the same content can be found in documents on Kim’s webpage, under Expository Essays.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: diophantine geometry, fundamental group, Galois theory, Minhyong Kim, nonabelian cohomology, video | Leave a Comment »