Starting date: around September 2018
The salary for this position on the official German TV-L Berliner Hochschulen salary scale (75% TVL 13) depends on age, marital status, children, etc.
The Ph.D students become members of the Research Training Group Facets of Complexity, whose scientific program includes
The program is a joint initiative of scientists at the three major Berlin universities
Its faculty consists of
Prof. Peter Bürgisser (TU)
Prof. Stefan Felsner (TU)
Prof. Christian Haase (FU)
Prof. Martin Henk (TU)
Prof. Michael Joswig (TU)
Prof. Stefan Kratsch (HU)
Prof. Stephan Kreutzer (TU)
Prof. Wolfgang Mulzer (FU)
Prof. Rolf Niedermeier (TU)
Prof. Günter Rote (FU)
Prof. Nicole Schweikardt (HU)
Prof. Martin Skutella (TU)
Prof. Tibor Szabó (FU)
as well as adjoint and junior faculty.
The program of the Research Training Network includes a regular Monday afternoon colloquium, block courses, summer schools, research workshops, etc. - all this in a very lively Berlin discrete mathematics and algorithmics environment, which also includes the Berlin Mathematical School (BMS, www.math-berlin.de), the joint international graduate program of the three major Berlin universities. In addition to the scientific education, we offer a family-friendly work environment, a strong mentoring and counseling program, as well as special programs for female scientists.
Applicants for are expected to have a M.Sc. degree or equivalent, usually in Mathematics or Computer Science. Applications consisting of
should be sent to the by email to the coordinator of the program:
Ita Brunke, Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Informatik, Takustr. 9, 14195 Berlin, Germany
Tel.: +49 30-838 75 103, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will begin reviewing applications on July 1. Application deadline: Monday, July 9. See the official announcement.