Post-doctoral position in Germany (RWTH Aachen)

Deadline: May 31, 2012

ARGOMENTI: International Area


Applications are invited for a three year postdoctoral position in applied analysis at the RWTH Aachen. Our group in Mathematical Methods of Physics applies mathematical analysis to intriguing phenomena stemming from Physics. Our tools include methods of applied mathematics, partial differential equations, and stochastic differential equations. See our webpage for more detail.

Applicants must hold a doctoral degree.
The qualified applicant will demonstrate capability with nonlinear partial differential equations. Additional experience with either probability or numerical methods will be viewed favorably but is not required. Some knowledge of German is appreciated.

Strong commitment to excellence in research and teaching is essential.

The candidate will be employed as a regular employee. The candidate must meet required personal qualifications.
The position is to be filled as soon as possible and is for a fixed term of two or three years. There is the possibility of extension up to six years. This is a full-time vacancy. The pay scale classification complies with the labour agreement TV-L.
RWTH Aachen University has been certified as a "Family Friendly University”.
RWTH is committed to promoting the careers of women and therefore looks forward to receiving applications by female candidates.
For positions in organisational units where women are underrepresented, in cases of equal qualification, ability and professional achievement, preference will be given to female applicants unless reasons specific to an individual candidate tilt the balance in his favour.
The University positively welcomes applications from suitably qualified disabled people.

For further information, please contact
Maria Westdickenberg Tel. +49 (0) 241 80-94583

Please send your application by 31 May 2012 to:
RWTH Aachen Lehrstuhl I fuer Mathematik Mathematische Methoden der Physik Wuellnerstrasse 5b 52056 Aachen GERMANY
or submitted via mail to Maria Westdickenberg

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