One-Year Postdoc Position in Model Theory
The Institute of Mathematical Logic and Foundational Research at the University of Münster, Germany, offers a position (salary level E13 TV–L, 100%) as a
The duration of the postdoctoral position is one year. The starting date is flexible, with the ideal starting date being 1 September 2020. Currently, the regular working time for full (100%) employment is 39 hours and 50 minutes per week. The position carries no teaching duties.
The position is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) within the French– German collaborative ANR–DFG research project “Geometric and Combinatorial Configurations in Model Theory”. The Münster node consists of Martin Bays, Martin Hils (coordinator), Franziska Jahnke and Katrin Tent. (The other project nodes are Freiburg, Lyon and Paris/Orsay.) The main topic is geometric model theory and its applications to combinatorics and valued fields/non–Archimedean geometry as well as more classical stable contexts. Applicants working in any of these, or other related areas, are welcome.
Applications should include a cover letter indicating the desired starting date, a CV, a list of publications and a research statement. Please arrange for at least two letters of recommendation.
Applicants who have not yet completed their PhD are required to include an additional two-page outline of their dissertation project outlining results up to now.
The University of Münster is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the proportion of women academics. Consequently, we actively encourage applications by women. Female candidates with equivalent qualifications and academic achievements will be preferentially considered within the framework of the legal possibilities. We also welcome applications from candidates with severe disabilities. Disabled candidates with equivalent qualifications will be preferentially considered.
The deadline for applications is 31 January 2020.
Applications and letters of recommendation (and any inquiries) should be sent via email to:
Prof. Dr. Martin Hils