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The University of Luxembourg has the following vacancies for two post-doc researchers:

1 post-doctoral position in mathematics (area: Non-commutative Harmonic Analysis; further information from carine.molitor@uni.lu )

1 post-doctoral position in mathematics (area: Harmonic Analysis and/or Differential Geometry; further information from martin.olbrich@uni.lu )

I am pasting the detailed job descriptions at the end of this mail. These are also found on the web at www.uni.lu or www.uni.lu/offres_d'emploi/assistant_doctorant_assistant_chercheur_postdoc.

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Carine Molitor-Braun
Professor
University of Luxembourg
162A, avenue de la Faiencerie
L-1511 Luxembourg
carine.molitor@uni.lu

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The University of Luxembourg has the following vacancy in the Mathematics Research Unit of its Faculty of Sciences, Technology and Communication.

Post-doctoral researcher in mathematics (M/F)

2-year contract, renewable once, 40 hours/week

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Area: Non-commutative Harmonic Analysis (Mathematics)

We welcome applications from all areas of non-commutative harmonic analysis, but candidates interested in the following fields are particularly encouraged to apply: analysis on Lie groups, representation theory, Banach or Frechet algebras associated with Lie groups, ...

-Tasks
Mainly research activities in the field of non-commutative harmonic analysis and contribution to specialized seminars.
Some teaching activities, tutoring of students, possible supervising of bachelor or master theses,
Limited administrative duties

-Profile
A PhD in mathematics
Scientific publication(s) and/or preprint(s)
Good written and oral English skills, working knowledge in French and/or German being an advantage
Some teaching experience, if possible
Preference will be given to candidates having some experience in conducting independent research activities.

-Offer
Membership in a dynamic mathematical institute in full expansion in a newly created university
An exciting international environment
Excellent contacts to the corresponding research groups in the neighbouring universities
A competitive salary

For further information, please contact Prof. Carine Molitor-Braun: carine.molitor@uni.lu

Applications (in English or French) should contain the following documents:
A detailed curriculum vitae
A copy of the PhD diploma
A short research program
A list of publications
A copy of the two most relevant publications or preprints
The names, positions and addresses of two referees, with an indication of their link to the candidate
All applications should be sent until May 31st, 2008 in printed form as well as electronic version to the following address:

Prof. Carine Molitor-Braun
Unité de Recherche en Mathématiques
Université du Luxembourg
162A, avenue de la Faïencerie
L-1511 Luxembourg
carine.molitor@uni.lu

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.

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Postdoc Position in Mathematics

Deadline for applications: May 31, 2008

The University of Luxembourg has the following vacancy within the Mathematics Research Unit of its Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication:

Postdoc research position (M/F), - 2 year-contract, renewable once, 40 h per week, to be filled as soon as possible.

Area: Harmonic Analysis and/or Differential Geometry (Mathematics)

General requirements: The applicant should have research interests in Lie groups and algebras, harmonic and global analysis, and/or differential geometry.

Candidates having interest for and some knowledge of locally or globally symmetric spaces are particularly encouraged to apply. A PhD in mathematics (or theoretical physics) is required. Written and oral English skills are expected; working knowledge in French and/or German is an advantage.

The University of Luxembourg offers:

A dynamic Mathematical Institute in a newly created university
Excellent contacts to the corresponding research groups in the neighbouring universities
An exciting international environment
A competitive salary

For further information, please contact Prof. Martin Olbrich: martin.olbrich@uni.lu

Applications (in French or in English) should contain the following documents:

A detailed curriculum vitae
A short research program
A list of publications
A copy of the two most relevant publications or preprints
The names, positions and addresses of two referees, with an indication of their link to the candidate

All applications should be sent in printed form or as electronic version to the following address:

Katharina Heil
Unité de Recherche en Mathématiques
Université du Luxembourg
162A, avenue de la Faïencerie
L-1511 Luxembourg
katharina.heil@uni.lu

The deadline for applications is May 31, 2008.

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.

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