The hired person should work on problems in Information-Based Complexity, Approximation Theory, and related subjects
Completed doctorate in mathematics or applied mathematics; Strong background in fields related numerical analysis, in particular Information-Based Complexity, Approximation Theory, and Multivariate Algorithms; Experience in mathematical research at an internationally competitive level, in publishing results in internationally refereed journals of high quality, and in giving scientific presentations at international conferences and workshops; Strong skills of English
Job ID: RICAM053PD222 The Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics ( RICAM ) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences ( OeAW ), Austriaâs leading non - university research and science institution in Applied Mathematics, is offering a P OSTDOC P OSITION ( F * M ) in Multivariate Algorithms and Quasi - (full - time, 40 h per week) for a duration of 1 2 month s , with a negotiable starting date. For candidates with exceptional qualifications, an extension of additional 12 months can be negotiated. The position is within the framework of the FWF - funded project P34808, â Information - Based Complexity: Beyond the St â led by Dr. Peter Kritzer and Prof. Dr. Aicke Hinrichs , and is affiliated with RICAM, located in Linz/Austria. The hired person should work on problems in Information - Based Complexity, Approximation Theory, and related subjects. Your profile: â¢ C mathematics or applied mathematics . â¢ Strong background in fields related numerical analysis, in particular Information - Based Complexity, Approximation Theory, and Multivariate Algorithms . â¢ , in publishing results in int ernationally refereed journals of high quality, and in giving scientific presentations at interna- tional conferences and workshops. â¢ Strong skills of English. Our offer: â¢ Excellent opportunities to work in a lively research environment and collaborate with international experts in the fields related to the project. â¢ An annual gross salary of â¬ 56 . 861 , according to the salary scheme of the Austrian Science Fund ( FWF ). Applications with personal and scientific data and a current CV should be sent by e - mail to (mentioning J o b ID: RICAM053PD222 ) . The position will remain open until filled. The Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW) pursues a non - discriminatory emplo yment policy and values equal opportunities, as well as diversity. Individuals from underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.
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