### Third call for postdoc
applications -- deadline December 15th 2019
- Theme: Combinatorics of Maps and their
interactions (random maps, combinatorial aspects
of mathematical physics, algebraic
combinatorics)
- More precise subject: something that both you
and I find interesting to think about
- Location: IRIF,
Université Paris-Diderot, in Paris 13th
district.
- Duration: 12 months, with possible extension
to two years.
- Starting date: flexible, in 2020.
- Salary: determined by academic experience (starts at around 30000 euros net per year).
- Deadline for application: December 15th, 2019.
The project offers one (or more) postdoctoral
position of one year with a possible extension to
two years. The starting date is not fixed. The
successful applicant will join the Combinatorics
group of the IRIF department. There is no teaching
duty.
The salary offered will be approximately
between 30000 and 40000 euros per year (net), depending of years of academic research since PhD (non negotiable, determined by CNRS scales).
We will also provide
the postdoc with a generous amount of travel money
(up to 8keur/year if justified) and a laptop if
necessary.
The candidate should have a strong
background in at least one of the following
subjects: enumerative combinatorics, probability
theory, mathematical physics, algebraic
combinatorics. His/her research interests should
be related to the themes of the project. Possible
research themes include: random maps, random
trees, map enumeration, algebraic combinatorics,
integrable systems.
Université Paris Diderot is
located downtown Paris and interacts with many
other research institutions, in particular CEA,
École Polytechnique, École Normale Supérieure,
Orsay, Marne-La-Vallée. Many research seminars
make the working environment very stimulating.
Applications (including CV, list
of publications and short description of research
interests), as well as the names of two people who
can submit letters of recommendation, should be
sent before December 15th, 2019 by e-mail to `guillaume.chapuy@irif.fr` .
Applicants are expected to have a PhD in computer
science, mathematics or theoretical physics when
the position starts.
Feel free to contact me if you have questions.
Applications must be sent to `guillaume.chapuy@irif.fr` .
Please also include a few words explaining
why you are interested and what we could do together.
**Please include "CombiTop2019" **in the
subject of your mail for application or for any
question. |