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  1. 1
    utvle Says:

    PhD student position in Mathematical statistics on Modeling material
    structure, see

    http://www.chalmers.se/sv/om-chalmers/ledigatjanster/Sidor/default.aspx

    The PhD project will be part of the VINN EXCELLENCE center SuMo
    Biomaterials, http://www.chalmers.se/chem/sumo-en, an academic and
    industrial joint effort with a clear focus on understanding and
    developing properties of soft biomaterials. The approach is highly
    cross-disciplinary with industrial and academic scientists from
    several fields in chemistry, physics and mathematics. In particular
    mathematicians and statisticians are engaged in modeling of flow
    and diffusion and in statistical analysis and design of experiments.
    The PhD project will be focussed on methods for analysis of different
    types of microscopy measurements in order to develop three-dimensional
    models for material structure. Key research areas are spatial
    statistics and statistical image analysis.

  2. 2
    UVL Says:

    PhD Studentships in Mathematics

    Organization:
    University of Bristol
    Email:
    pgsec-maths@bristol.ac.uk
    Job Description:

    The University of Bristol invites applications for up to five fully funded Four-Year PhD Studentships in Mathematics with a start date 1 October 2012. Each studentship includes an annual stipend at EPSRC rates (currently £13,590 p.a.), and covers the University’s tuition fees for EU or overseas students. The successful candidate will be required to teach four hours per week in term time, and assist in the examination process.

    Applicants are expected to hold a first or upper second class honours degree, or international equivalent, in Mathematics. There are no restrictions on nationality.

    The School of Mathematics has about 95 members of academic staff from over 24 countries. The School’s research covers applied mathematics, pure mathematics and statistics. It has an international reputation for excellence in each area. Based on the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE2008), the School’s national ranking is third for applied mathematics, joint fourth for statistics, and joint fifth for pure mathematics. It is one of the largest schools in the Faculty of Science and currently provides around 70 postgraduates with a vibrant and stimulating place to work. Fourteen per cent of mathematics students were from overseas in 2010/11, one of the largest international communities in the faculty.
    Research groups in applied mathematics include dynamical systems and statistical mechanics, mathematical physics (quantum chaos, random matrix theory, quantum information and computation, disordered systems), fluid dynamics (complex fluids, experimental mathematics, turbulence, waves, granular flows), materials science (liquid crystals, soft matter), and scientific computing.
    Research groups in pure mathematics include algebra (representation theory of groups and algebras, homological algebra, algebraic topology), analysis (partial differential equations and spectral theory), ergodic theory and dynamical systems (dimension theory in dynamical systems, Diophantine approximation, dynamics of group actions, Teichmüller dynamics), logic (set theory and the foundations of mathematics) and number theory (algorithmic number theory, analytic number theory and arithmetic geometry).
    The statistics group’s research projects include the modelling of random phenomena, methods for the analysis of data, and computational techniques for performing this modelling and analysis. The applications of this research are many and varied, ranging from the analysis of solar flares to robot navigation, from the behaviour of socially organised animals to traffic queues and from genetic research to signal processing.
    For more information on the School of Mathematics, it’s research, teaching and staff profile, see
    http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/

    The closing date for applications is 1 February 2012. Short-listed applicants will be interviewed in the week commencing 20 February 2012. Interviews of overseas applicants may be carried out via video-link (skype). To apply, complete the online application process
    http://www.bris.ac.uk/prospectus/postgraduate/2012/dept/SCIF/MATH
    with reference “PhD Studentship in Mathematics”.

    Your application should include (1) Full list of courses and marks from your university, (2) English language certificates where applicable, (3) two academic references, (4) an up-to-date CV and (5) a brief statement of your research interests and teaching skills.
    Job Categories:
    Graduate student fellowships
    Deadline for Application:
    Feb 1 2012

  3. 3
    UVL Says:

    PhD student position in the doctoral programme in Mathematics and Statistics

    Organization:
    University of Jyväskylä, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
    Email:
    matti.a.pylvanainen@jyu.fi
    Job Description:

    The Doctoral Programme is currently seeking to recruit up to PhD students, starting 1 January 2012, with the funding period (stipend) being for up to four years. Progress in postgraduate studies and research is evaluated after the first year, and decision on further funding will be made on the basis of this evaluation. The PhD students are being recruited in the main research areas of the Department; mathematical analysis, mathematics of inverse problems, stochastics, spatial and computational statistics, time-series analysis. Applicants must have a science training equivalent to that required for the M.Sc. degree in mathematics or statistics at the University of Jyväskylä.

    The deadline for applications is at 4:15 pm on 28 November 2011. Application is asked to be made using the electronic form on page http://www.jyu.fi/science/en/applicationformphdstudents, and should be accompanied with current CV, and a research and study plan. Before submitting an application, an applicant is advised to contact the researchers or research groups which he/she finds interesting.

    Further information on main research areas and contact persons available on the web site http://www.jyu.fi/maths/en/
    Job Categories:
    Universities and colleges
    Deadline for Application:
    Nov 28 2011

  4. 4
    UVL Says:

    European Research Council PhD Studentship (HFAKT)

    Organization:
    University of Bristol, School of Mathematics
    Email:
    pgsec-maths@bristol.ac.uk
    Job Description:

    The University of Bristol invites applications for up to two 3.5 year PhD Studentships in Mathematics with a flexible start date in the period 1 April 2012 — 1 October 2012. The studentships are fully funded by the European Research Council Advanced Research Grant “Homogeneous Flows and their Application in Kinetic Theory” (HFAKT), and will be supervised by its project leader, Professor Jens Marklof at the University’s School of Mathematics. Each studentship includes an annual stipend at EPSRC rates (currently £13,590 p.a.), and a travel budget to attend international workshops, conferences and summer schools.

    Applicants are expected to hold a first or upper second class honours degree, or international equivalent, in Mathematics or Mathematical Physics. A strong background in Pure Mathematics is desirable. There are no restrictions on nationality. The University’s tuition fees for EU residents will be covered; applicants from outside the EU will need to secure additional funding to cover the remaining tuition fees.

    The successful candidate will work with a team of researchers in Bristol’s Dynamical Systems and Mathematical Physics Groups. She or he will learn a range of cutting-edge techniques in the theory of flows on homogeneous spaces, and use these to attack long-standing problems in the kinetic theory of gases: Since the pioneering work of Maxwell and Boltzmann in the 1860s and 1870s, a major challenge in mathematical physics has been the derivation of macroscopic evolution equations from the fundamental microscopic laws of classical or quantum mechanics. Many macroscopic transport equations lie at the heart of important physical theories such as fluid dynamics, condensed matter theory and nuclear physics. The rigorous derivation of macroscopic transport equations is thus not only a conceptual exercise that establishes their consistency with the fundamental laws of physics: the possibility of finding deviations and corrections to classical evolution equations makes this subject both intellectually exciting and relevant in practical applications.

    For more information on Professor Marklof’s research and contact details, follow the link http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/~majm/

    The deadline for applications is 18 January 2012. Short-listed applicants will be interviewed via skype in the week commencing 23 January 2012. To apply, complete the online application process
    http://www.bris.ac.uk/prospectus/postgraduate/2012/dept/SCIF/MATH
    with reference “ERC PhD Studentship (HFAKT)”

    Your application should include (1) Full list of courses and marks from your university, (2) English language certificates where applicable, (3) two academic references, (4) an up-to-date CV and (5) a brief statement of your research interests and their relation to HFAKT.
    Job Categories:
    Graduate student fellowships
    Deadline for Application:
    Jan 18 2012

  5. 5
    Anonymous Says:

    Many thanks a Ut!

  6. 6

    PhD or Post-Doc position in Numerical Analysis or Scientific Computing

    Organization:
    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
    Email:
    highdim@math.kit.edu
    Job Description:

    The Institute for Applied and Numerical Mathematics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) invites applications for a PhD or Post-Doc position in numerical analysis or scientific computing. KIT ranks among the leading research institutes in Germany and is one of the prestigious “Elite-Universitaeten” selected within the framework of the German Excellence Initiative.
    The candidate is supposed to work on numerical methods and model reduction techniques for high-dimensional differential equations with applications in systems biology. More information about our research field can be found at http://highdim.math.kit.edu/.

    We are looking for a talented and motivated person with an excellent knowledge of numerical methods for partial and ordinary differential equations and the related analysis. Moreover, the candidate must be familiar with MATLAB and have substantial experience of programming. Language skills in German are not mandatory because the position is a
    pure research position with no teaching obligations. However, the candidate must have a sufficient level of written and spoken English. Applications must contain

    + a short curriculum vitae,
    + a detailed list of completed courses in mathematics,
    + a detailed list of passed exams and obtained grades (it is not necessary to scan any certificates, diplomas etc.),
    + a list of awards and publications.

    To ensure equal opportunity for men and women, female candidates with the advertised qualifications are explicitly encouraged to apply. Please send a pdf- or ps-file of your application (no doc-files!) via

    e-mail to highdim@math.kit.edu

    The position is immediately available, but the contract should start before June 2012. The deadline for application is November 30, 2011.

  7. 7

    Berlin Mathematical School (BMS) – Get Your Math PhD in Berlin

    Organization:
    Berlin Mathematical School (BMS)
    Email:
    office@math-berlin.de
    Job Description:

    The Berlin Mathematical School is a joint endeavor of the mathematics departments at the universities in Berlin:
    Freie Universität (FU), Humboldt-Universität (HU) and Technische Universität (TU).

    We offer an excellent graduate program taught in English in a broad and active research environment together with mentoring programs, language courses, soft skills seminars, funding for summer schools and conferences, a buddy program and funding for students with children.

    Our seven research areas are:
    1. Differential geometry, global analysis, and mathematical physics,
    2. Algebraic and arithmetic geometry, number theory,
    3. Probability, statistics, and financial mathematics,
    4. Discrete mathematics and combinatorial optimization,
    5. Geometry, topology, and visualization,
    6. Numerical mathematics and scientific computing,
    7. Applied analysis and differential equations.

    Admission to Phase I: possible with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
    Admission to Phase II: possible with a Master’s degree or equivalent

    All you need to know about applying to the BMS is available online:
    http://www.math-berlin.de/images/guidelines2010.pdf

    Application deadline for scholarships: 31 December 2011
    Application deadline for admission only: 31 May 2012

    Contact:
    E-Mail: office@math-berlin.de
    phone: +49 (0)30 314-78651
    http://www.math-berlin.de

  8. 8
    UVL Says:

    PhD Student positions in Mathematical Analysis

    The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Oulu is
    seeking Phd Students (1-2) to work on geometric measure theory, fractal
    geometry or dynamical systems as a member of a research group which is a
    part of The Finnish Centre of Excellence in Analysis and Dynamics Research.
    The research of the group is concentrated on geometric properties of sets
    and measures using techniques from modern analysis, probability theory and
    dynamics. The research environment is highly international.
    The salary is based on the teaching and research personnel pay scale
    levels 1-3, depending on the competence of the candidate. The personal
    work performance level is valuated separately. At the beginning, the salary
    will be approximately 2100 euros per month.
    The appointments are for up to four years. There will be a trail period of
    four months. The positions are available immediately for suitably quali ed
    candidates. An application letter and a CV should be sent by December 31,
    2011 by e-mail to ville.suomala@oulu.fi or by regular mail:
    Ville Suomala
    Department of Mathematical Sciences
    P. O. Box 3000
    90014 University of Oulu
    Finland
    For further information, please contact Senior research fellow Ville Suomala
    (ville.suomala@oulu.fi) or Professor Maarit Jarvenpaa
    (maarit.jarvenpaa@oulu.fi)

    https://utvle.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/grad_student.pdf

  9. 9
    UVL Says:

    PhD position in the project “Nonlinear eigenproblems for high-dimensional data analysis”

    Organization:
    Saarland University, Saarbruecken, Germany
    Email:
    setzer@mia.uni-saarland.de
    Job Description:

    A PhD studentship is available at the Department of Mathematics and Computer science, Saarland University, Germany.
    We are seeking a qualified PhD student for the project “Nonlinear eigenproblems for high-dimensional data analysis” funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

    Project overview:
    The computation of eigenvectors and eigenvalues in the linear eigenproblem
    is well studied and a large portfolio of methods taking into account different
    kinds of structure of the corresponding matrices exists.
    However, a large number of problems in machine learning and statistics and other domains
    can naturally be formulated as nonlinear eigenproblems. In order to use the rich
    structure of nonlinear eigenproblems in applications, similar to the ease of linear
    eigenproblems, the goal of this research project is the development of a general framework
    for the computation of nonlinear eigenvectors and the application of this framework
    for different problems in data analysis.

    We are looking for a motivated student with a master/diploma in mathematics, computer science or physics.
    A strong analytic background as well as programming skills (C/Matlab) are required.
    In particular, knowledge in at least one of the following fields is mandatory: convex optimization, functional analysis, machine learning/statistics.

    The duration of the project will be 3 years with a salary of 75% TV-L E13.
    The deadline for application is September 30, 2011.

    Please send your application (preferably per email) to

    Prof. Dr. Matthias Hein
    Machine Learning Group
    Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Campus E 1.1
    66041 Saarbruecken, Germany
    E-mail: hein@cs.uni-sb.de

    or

    Dr. Simon Setzer
    Mathematical Image Analysis Group
    Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Campus E 1.1
    66041 Saarbruecken, Germany
    E-mail: setzer@mia.uni-saarland.de

  10. 10
    UVL Says:

    PhD Studentship in Computerised Image Analysis with Focus on Quantitative Microscopy, Uppsala University, Sweden

    The Department of Information Technology has a leading position in research as well as teaching at all levels. The Department has about 200 employees, including 80 senior faculty and 80 PhD students. More than 3000 students are enrolled in one or more courses annually. More info: http://www.it.uu.se

    The Center for Image Analysis has a long tradition of interdisciplinary research and graduate education in computerized image analysis and scientific visualization. Focus is on image processing as such, but also on developing better methods, algorithms and systems for applications within primarily biomedicine and forestry. More info: http://www.cb.uu.se

    The Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) aims to explain the molecular basis for human complex disease by applying novel technologies to well characterized biomedical samples with the mission to identify genetic risk factors, biomarkers, and molecular mechanisms in human diseases. SciLifeLab in Uppsala builds on and extends existing research strengths in Uppsala, where molecular bioscience has long been in focus. Visualization of proteins, cells, tissues, and model-system phenotypes is absolutely essential in life science, and the Uppsala BioVis platform provides state-of-the-art equipment which, combined with technological and biological expertise, offers preconditions for world-leading research. More info: http://www.scilifelab.uu.se

    Description of the subject area:
    This PhD position will be part of a cross-disciplinary program effort within SciLifeLab with focus on image analysis and quantitative microscopy. Together with senior researchers the candidate will explore new challenges in high-content/high-throughput image analysis and develop innovative solutions in the field. Typical challenges are developing robust and efficient methods for image segmentation and quantification of biological signals.

    Qualifications required:
    The candidate should have a Master of Science in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Molecular Biotechnology, or equivalent, in a field which is relevant for the work. It counts as a merit to have a good background in digital image processing as well as biotechnology/biomedicine. Research experience and high grades are considered as an advantage. The position is for a maximum of five years and includes departmental duties at a level of at most 20% (typically teaching). You will be expected to teach in Swedish or English. Excellent skills in spoken and written English are an absolute requirement. As this position involves close collaboration with scientists from the biomedical field, a background and strong interest in biology and medicine is highly valued.

    Application Deadline : 05 September 2011

    http://www.personalavd.uu.se/ledigaplatser/2022dorand_eng.html

  11. 11
    UVL Says:

    PhD research fellowship in Geometric Numerical Integration

    Organization:
    Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim
    Email:
    elenac@math.ntnu.no
    Job Description:

    This PhD fellowship will consider topics in Geometric integration and
    control theory for nonholonomic mechanical systems.

    The project is related to activities of the Special Interest Group in
    motion control by geometric computational and modeling methods at the
    Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical
    Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway.

    For further information about the research topics see:
    http://wiki.math.ntnu.no/genuin/sig_geometric_control

    Applications should be submitted electronically through
    http://www.jobbnorge.no/. The position id is 76027.
    The complete description for the position can be found at
    http://www.jobbnorge.no/job.aspx?jobid=76027

    Please contact Professor Brynjulf Owren; bryn@math.ntnu.no or
    Professor Elena Celledoni; elenac@math.ntnu.no, for further details.
    Job Categories:
    Graduate student fellowships
    Deadline for Application:
    Jul 11 2011

  12. 12
    UVL Says:

    PhD Position in Applied Mathematics at ETH Zürich
    Organization:
    ETH Zürich, Seminar for Applied Mathematics
    Email:
    pgrohs@math.ethz.ch
    Job Description:

    PhD Position in Applied Mathematics at ETH Zurich

    Adaptive Discretizations of Linear Parametric Transport Equations

    Parametric linear transport equations are a class of hyperbolic PDEs
    stated on a 5-7 dimensional phase space. Their scope of applicability
    ranges from nuclear physics to heat transfer, climate modeling, geodesy and
    biology.
    Due to the high dimensionality, as well as for other reasons, their efficient
    numerical solution is extremely challenging.

    This project is concerned with the development, implementation and theoretical
    analysis of novel numerical discretization methods for such equations.

    The successful candidate will receive a competitive salary according to the
    standards of ETH Zurich as well as the opportunity to work in a stimulating
    environment at the Seminar for Applied Mathematics. The project is embedded
    in international activities and international collaborations are possible
    and encouraged.
    The projected duration will be
    approximately 3 years. The position is financed by the funds allocated to my
    group as Assistant Professor at ETH Zurich starting in October 2011.

    Willingness to participate
    in teaching is expected. Prerequisites are a familiarity with (or willingness
    to learn) FE- and wavelet methods for PDEs and Applied Harmonic Analysis,
    as well
    as proficiency with MATLAB and C++.
    Formally required are a
    MSc degree in Applied Mathematics (or similar degree)
    and the eligibility to work in Switzerland.

    Please submit your CV, together with a motivation letter, a description
    of research interests and letter(s) of recommendation electronically to
    pgrohs@math.ethz.ch.

    For further contact details and information regarding my research, please consult
    my homepage.

    Philipp Grohs, Zurich, June 2011.
    Job Categories:
    Universities and colleges
    Deadline for Application:
    Dec 31 2011

    http://www.math.ethz.ch/~pgrohs/files/ausschreibung.pdf

  13. 13
    UVL Says:

    One AQUA Post-Doc Position (1+2 Years) and one AQUA PhD Scholarship: Statistical Forecasting of Probabilistic Properties
    Project title

    Statistical Forecasting of Probabilistic Properties

    Research topic

    Quality attributes such as performance, reliability, availability, safety, and security have a probabilistic nature, and are important for almost all software development projects and specifically for projects related to automotive, avionic and medical systems. However, it is hard constructing a system that fulfils requirements regarding these quality attributes. Consequently, also quality control at system runtime is required. Due to the probabilistic nature of these quality attributes this project aims to use statistical monitoring and forecasting techniques (e.g. time series analysis) as a novel quality control instrument for critical system components.As a result the project will contribute to the longterm vision to provide fundamental research results to establish specific efficient statistical techniques also in the area of software engineering.

    Your Benefits

    Basically, the benefits can be summarised as follows:

    You will work on real-world research problems. (There will always be opportunities to cooperate with major software and systems engineering companies.)
    You will be trained in all skills that are required to successfully finish you research project. Our goal is to help you develop the skills, connections, and opportunities required, that ensure a successful postgraduate career.
    You will create research outputs at the highest standards. In today’s world, it is not only enough to be good, students must be great and competitive compared to other graduate students. Please have a look at our own research outputs.
    You will get optimal and continuous supervision. My goal is to give you strong support on your research from a technical side. However, we also try to help my students to develop their personal skills. If you like to know more about my supervision style, we can provide contact details of recently graduated students as reference.
    You study in a friendly and cooperative environment.

    We require

    We are interested in a post doctoral research (1+2 Years) and a PhD student who has a good academic record (first class honours or equivalent with marks above 80%) with background in one or more of the following areas:

    statistics
    probabilistic logics and probabilistic verification
    probabilistic model checking
    quality attributes such as performance, reliability, availability, safety, and security
    software engineering (in the areas of embedded systems, robotics, etc. )
    software architectures and architecture evaluation
    formal methods in system design

    Since this project involves working with other Researcher, PhD students and industrial partner, communication skills and the ability to work in a team environment are especially required.

    The Post doc position is available initially for 1 year with a possible extension for up to 3 years in total, starting on August 1, 2011 (or soon after). There is no teaching load. Applicants for thepostdoc position should have recently obtained or expect to receive a PhD. The PhD scholarship carries a value of 20,000+EURO p.a. The selection process will be competitive. If you are interested in the research project, please provide the following information via email to aqua-career [“a-t”]cs.uni-kl.de (please use the following header for you email “PostGradApplication_Statistical_Forecasting_YourName” or “PostDocApplication_Statistical_Forecasting_YourName” respectively):

    detailed curriculum vitae
    short statement about you skills related to the area of research
    an (electronic) copy of undergraduate and postgraduate transcripts (first class honours or equivalent with marks above 80% or GPA 3.50/4) and the PhD thesis for the post doc application
    evidence of English proficiency for non-native English speaker (officially required is an IELTS of 6.5 with no band below 6.0, practically scores above 7.0 are preferred).

    http://aqua.informatik.uni-kl.de/jobs/forecast/

  14. 14
    UVL Says:

    PhD position in (numerical) linear algebra / computational geometry / combinatorics

    Organization:
    Korteweg-de Vries Institute for Mathematics, University of Amsterdam
    Email:
    J.H.Brandts@uva.nl
    Job Description:

    The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) provided funding to hire a PhD student with strong background in linear algebra and programming who is interested in computational aspects of geometry and combinatorics. The title of the project is

    Nonobtuse and Acute Simplices and Triangulations

    The starting date is negotiable but no later than September 1, 2011. The duration of the project is four years. The candidate is required to perform some teaching tasks in the Bachelor of the Mathematics studies at the University of Amsterdam. For more information, visit

    Homepage Jan Brandts (Project’s Principal Investigator)
    Job Categories:
    Graduate student fellowships
    Deadline for Application:
    Jul 1 2011

  15. 15
    UVL Says:

    1 PhD thesis position in Algebra

    Organization:
    University of Vienna
    Email:
    michael.dorninger@univie.ac.at
    Job Description:

    Applications are invited for 1 PhD thesis position in
    Geometric group theory.
    Research keywords: Gromov’s hyperbolic groups, relatively and lacunary hyperbolic groups,
    residually finite groups, coarse amenability and coarse embeddings, random groups, sofic and
    hyperlinear groups.
    Positions are available initially for 1 year with a possible extension for up to 3 years in total,
    starting on October 1, 2011 (or soon after). There is no teaching load. Applicants for the
    postdoc position should have recently obtained or expect to receive a PhD in mathematics,
    and should demonstrate excellent potential in research and teaching in Geometric group
    theory.
    Applications (including curriculum vitae, list of publications, a research plan, names of
    references with their e-mail addresses) must be sent by email in PDF format to
    goulnara.arzhantseva@univie.ac.at by July 3, 2011.
    Please note that due to the large number of applications we usually receive, only shortlisted
    candidates will be contacted.
    Deadline for Application:
    Jul 3 2011


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