At the University of Vienna two positions of University Assistant
(post doc) at the Faculty of Mathematics (40 hours/week; duration of
employment 4 years; starting September 1, 2013) are open.
The application deadline is June 10, 2013.
Information for application: http://jobcenter.univie.ac.at/
Identification numbers of advertisements:
3924 (Finite Element approximation of PDE's)
3925 (Numerical Methods for PDE's)
Areas of work: Finite Element Approximation of PDE's/Numerical Methods
for PDE's, or related fields.
The advertised post doc positions are associated with the chair for
Numerics of Partial Differential Equations of Prof. Ilaria Perugia
(email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Topics of current interest to
the group include non standard finite element methods, such as
Discontinuous Galerkin methods, finite elements with operator-based
(Trefftz) approximating spaces, and mimetic/virtual element methods,
for problems arising in acoustics, electromagnetics, and
reaction-diffusion. The job holder's responsibilities include
independent research and holding classes due to extent regulations of
wage agreement and the usual administrative duties.
Profile: A Doctoral degree / PhD or similar qualification is required
for all candidates as well as experience in teaching and
research. Past research should be documented by publications in
recognized scientific journals.
The application package should contain:
- letter of intent,
- scientific CV,
- description of future research plans,
- list of publications and talks,
- teaching record,
- letter of recommendation.
Applications including a letter of motivation (English) should be sent
via Job Center to the University of Vienna
(http://jobcenter.univie.ac.at) no later than 10.06.2013 and be
referenced to the identification numbers (either 3924 or 3925).
For further information please contact Rindler, Harald
+43-1-4277-50600, Ben Salem-Schedlberger, Waltraud +43-1-4277-50651,
Kretzschmar, Gudrun +43-1- 4277-56001, +43-1-4277-50601, Weisgram,
Martina +43-1-4277-50610, Griesmayr, Elisabeth +43-1-4277-56002,
The University of Vienna intends to increase the number of women on
its faculty, particularly in highlevel positions, and therefore
specifically invites applications by women. Among equally qualified
applicants women will receive preferential consideration. Human
Resources and Gender Equality of the University of Vienna.