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Positions

Deadline
SEP
30
Proposed by: LAREMA and IRHS (Angers)
Subject: Probability theory and stochastic processes
Secondary subject: Statistics
Place: University of Angers - Angers (France)
Beginning: In November 2017
Length: 12 months
More information: Internet link
Deadline
SEP
30
Proposed by: INRIA
Subject: Probability theory and stochastic processes
Secondary subject: Approximations and expansions
Place: Grenoble - Grenoble (France)
Beginning: In 2017
Length: 12 months
More information: Internet link
Comments: The goal of the post-doc is to develop new approximation techniques for mean-field models. Most of the applications come from queuing theory or systems of interacting particles.
Deadline
SEP
30
Proposed by: From Stochastic Geometric Mechanics to Mass Transportation Problems
Subject: Probability theory and stochastic processes
Secondary subject: Global analysis, analysis on manifolds
Place: Univ. of Lisbon - Lisbon (Portugal)
Beginning: In 2017
Length: 12 months
More information: Internet link
Comments: The position is for one year, starting before the end of 2017. The salary is 18 000 euros/yr (tax free), and there are no teaching duties associated with the position. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Mathematics (or equivalent) obtained preferably after January 1, 2014. They must show very strong research promise in (at least) one of the relevant topics for the project: a. Geometric methods in Stochastic Analysis; b. Stochastic Geometric Mechanics; c. Optimal Transport.
Deadline
SEP
30
Proposed by: Xavier Blanc
Subject: Numerical analysis
Place: Commissariat à l'énergie atomique - Paris (France)
Beginning: In September 2017
Length: 12 months
More information: Internet link
Deadline
OCT
02
Proposed by: La Caixa Foundation
Subject: General
Place: Madrid (and Others) (Spain)
Beginning: In 2018
Length: 36 months
Number of positions: Not precised
More information: Internet link
Deadline
OCT
31
Proposed by: Benoît Braïda, Charles Dapogny, Pascal Frey, Yannick Privat (Laboratoire Jacques-Louis L
Subject: Calculus of variations and optimal control; optimization
Secondary subject: Computer science
Tertiary subject: Partial differential equations
Place: Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6) - Paris (France)
Beginning: In 2017
Length: 12 months
More information: Internet link
Deadline
DEC
31
Proposed by: Bernard Legras - JD Benamou
Subject: Geophysics
Secondary subject: Calculus of variations and optimal control; optimization
Place: INRIA/ENS - Paris (France)
Beginning: In 2017
Length: 12 months
More information: Internet link
Comments: The ideal candidate has already a background in segmentation methods or in meteorological image processing.
Deadline
DEC
31
Proposed by: Julie Josse
Subject: Statistics
Place: Polytechnique - Paris (France)
Beginning: In 2017
Length: 0 months
More information: Internet link
Deadline
DEC
31
Proposed by: Simon Riche
Subject: Group theory and generalizations
Secondary subject: Topological groups, Lie groups
Place: Université Clermont Auvergne - Clermont-Ferrand (France)
Beginning: In September 2018
Length: 24 months
More information: Internet link
Comments: The position is funded by the ERC grant "The geometry of modular representations of reductive algebraic groups".
Deadline
FEB
28
Proposed by: C. Le Bris and F. Legoll (ENPC and INRIA)
Subject: Numerical analysis
Secondary subject: Partial differential equations
Place: Paris (France)
Beginning: In 2017/2018
Length: 0 months
More information: Internet link
Comments: The position, at the crosspoint between homogenization and multiscale numerical methods, is to be taken as soon as possible. There are no mandatory teaching duties associated with the position.
Deadline
MAR
31
Proposed by: ANR AGIRA
Subject: Group theory and generalizations
Secondary subject: Geometry
Tertiary subject: Dynamical systems and ergodic theory
Place: Université de Lorraine - Nancy, Orsay, Lyon, Montpellier And/or Toulouse (France)
Beginning: In 2018
Length: 24 months
More information: Internet link
Comments: Post-doc position for 1 or 2 years to work with members of the AGIRA project: group actions, isometries, rigidity and randomness. The candidate may choose the host department.
Deadline
JUN
30
Proposed by: Damian Osajda, University of Wroclaw, Poland
Subject: Group theory and generalizations
Secondary subject: Geometry
Tertiary subject: Algebraic topology
Place: University of Wroclaw - Wroclaw (Poland)
Beginning: In 2017
Length: 24 months
Number of positions: Not precised
More information: Internet link
Comments: for post-docs or PhD students working in Geometric Group Theory; temporary position (1-2 years), with possible extensions; full teaching load, in English; applications accepted on a continuous basis
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