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Position: Assistant Professor non-tenure track in Analysis/Geometry (Oberassistent(in) resp. maître assistant(e))
Institution: University of Fribourg
Department: Department of Mathematics
Location: Fribourg, Switzerland
Duties: The successful candidate will contribute to the vibrant research environment of the department and participate in the scientific and administrative activities of the Chair and the department, including the supervision of Master theses. The position carries a teaching load of 4 hours per week (Bachelor and Master level)
Requirements: The ideal candidate will be conducting internationally recognized research in the area of Analysis/Geometry, in a domain such as, but not limited to, Geometric Analysis, Geometric Measure Theory, Analysis on metric spaces, or Metric Geometry. The ideal candidate will also have the potential to obtain external funding. The University of Fribourg is bilingual, French and German. Courses are generally taught in German or French, with some Master’s courses taught in English. The ideal candidate is expected to speak German or French, or otherwise acquire the necessary language skills within a reasonable period
   
Text: Department of Mathematics University of Fribourg Chemin du Musée 23 1700 Fribourg Switzerland Assistant Professor non-tenure track in Analysis/Geometry (Oberassistent(in) resp. maître assistant(e)) The Chair of Analysis (Prof. Stefan Wenger) of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor non-tenure track in Analysis/Geometry. The ideal candidate will be conducting internationally recognized research in the area of Analysis/Geometry, in a domain such as, but not limited to, Geometric Analysis, Geometric Measure Theory, Analysis on metric spaces, or Metric Geometry. The ideal candidate will also have the potential to obtain external funding. The successful candidate will contribute to the vibrant research environment of the department and participate in the scientific and administrative activities of the Chair and the department, including the supervision of Master theses. The position carries a teaching load of 4 hours per week (Bachelor and Master level) and comes with a competitive salary. The University of Fribourg is bilingual, French and German. Courses are generally taught in German or French, with some Master’s courses taught in English. The ideal candidate is expected to speak German or French, or otherwise acquire the necessary language skills within a reasonable period. Applications should include a letter of motivation, a curriculum vitae (including a publication list and names and addresses of 3 possible references), as well as a concise research statement of 3 - 4 pages (if possible, in a single pdf file). Applications should be sent directly to stefan.wenger@unifr.ch and any inquiries about this position should also be addressed to the same email address. The position starts on 1 March 2025 or at the earliest convenience and is limited to 5 years. The closing date for applications is 15 September 2024. Professor Stefan Wenger Email: stefan.wenger@unifr.ch Department of Mathematics Homepage: https://homeweb.unifr.ch/wengerst/pub/ University of Fribourg Switzerland
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