Postdoctoral position, Noncommutative geometry - 2019BAPFWETEF108
Posted by: University of Antwerp
Posted date: 2019-Mar-28
The research group Fundamental Mathematics of the University of Antwerp is looking for a post-doctoral researcher in the field of noncommutative algebraic geometry and algebraic topology.
The main research topics of the group are noncommutative algebraic geometry and homological algebra with particular interest in noncommutative deformations and higher category theory.
The research group is looking for excellent candidates that are given the chance to participate in a European project (ERC consolidator grant).
The candidate will have to conduct high quality and independent research and should contribute to the coaching of students doing a master or doctoral study.
Candidates for this position have a PhD in Science (Mathematics or Physics) and a strong background in algebraic geometry/topology. Experience with spectral categories, (topological) Hochschild cohomology and Mac Lane cohomology is an advantage.
Good communication/writing skills and a good mastery of the English language are essential.
The position is available for an initial period of 1 year, with a possible extension up to several years. Starting date is flexible, preferable before October 2019.
Deadline for submission is May 15th 2019.
Interested applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, including detailed information on the PhD thesis, and a research statement on current research and research interests, sent to wendy.lowenuantwerpen.be. Two recommendation letters by colleagues knowing the applicant have to be sent directly to the same email address. The preferred method to apply is via email, but applications are also accepted by regular mail at the following address:
Prof. Wendy Lowen
Departement Wiskunde & Informatica
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