Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on April 17, 2013
Application deadline 3 May. Quoting from the ALG-TOP mailing list:
There is a vacant position as postdoctoral fellow for 2 years from September 2013 within the project “Topology in Norway”.
The project is a cooperation between research groups at the University of Bergen, the University of Oslo, and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. See http://www.jobbnorge.no/job.aspx?jobid=92733
for more details (there is a link to the english version in the upper right corner).
The application procedure is fully electronic via the above website.
Closing date for application: 3 May 2013
The aim of this postdoctoral project is to perform research and aid in the supervision of graduate students within the program “Topology in Norway”. The successful candidate will join one of the teams working on various aspects of algebraic topology, including stable homotopy theory, manifold topology, algebraic K-theory, and motivic homotopy theory. For more information about the aims and scope of this program, see the link to “Project description” on http://www.uib.no/People/csc021/TiN.html
Please contact me if you have any questions.
I removed Christian’s email address, but it can be found here
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Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on April 6, 2013
The following was posted a month ago to the ALG-TOP mailing list. I haven’t been able to find an application deadline online.
Dear Topologists,this is to invite applications for a
3+3 years PostDoc position at the University of Regensburg,
to be filled by November 1st, 2013 or thereafter.
We are seeking to hire a candidate with a strong research record
in (motivic) homotopy theory or a closely related area.
Teaching duties and salary are competitive.
An exact copy of the position to be filled is currently held by David Gepner, who
kindly agreed to provide further information upon request:
[Email address removed, see Gepner’s webpage]
Obviously, you are equally welcome to turn directly to me with any questions, or
to send an electronic application:
[Email address removed, see Naumann’s webpage]
Looking forward to hearing from you,
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Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on April 1, 2013
Just wanted to recommend two blogs that I discovered quite recently. One is DZB’s blog, where I learnt about the really cool Database of L-functions, modular forms, and related objects. The other one is Chromotopy, where I particularly enjoy the posts of Eric Peterson. A few sample posts from Eric: Iwasawa theory for chromatic localizations, a series of posts on the Devinatz-Hopkins-Smith paper, and Bundles for adults.
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