Job Announcements

  • Postdoc or PhD student position at University of Vienna.
    The Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Vienna invites applications for a Postdoc or a PhD-student position in the area of Applied Mathematics, Modeling, and Analysis. The successful candidate will be employed in the group on "Variational Methods and Applications" led by Paolo Piovano (see The position is funded through the WWTF project MOdeling and DEsign of epitaxially strained NAnoislands (MODENA) and the FWF Stand-Alone Project Optimal Shapes of Crystal Interfaces (OSCI).

  • Tenure track position at Delft University of Technology.
    Applications are invited for a full-time, tenure track position in analysis of partial differential equations. The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in research and preferably have some experience in teaching and supervision of students.

  • Tenure track position at UNAM, Mexico.
    A tenure track assistant position in applied mathematics is being advertised at the Institute of Mathematics (Imate) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico in the Queretaro Campus. UNAM is the leading university in Mexico and Imate is among the strongest Math institutions in Latin America with more than 90 full time researchers covering many areas of Mathematics. Queretaro is a nice city located 300 km northwest of Mexico City and it is leading economic growth in the country. Applicants must submit their application through the mathjobs website (deadline March 15, 2019).

  • Postdoctoral position at University of Bristol, UK.
    Jonathan Robbins and Valeriy Slastikov have an open three-year postdoctoral position in the School of Mathematics at the University of Bristol. The project is in micromagnetics, and concerns the analysis of magnetic structures in thin ferromagnetic films, including charged and chiral domain walls and magnetic skyrmions. The closing date for applications is March 31, 2019.

  • Postdoctoral position, University of Basel, Switzerland.
    A postdoctoral position is open in the research group of Gianluca Crippa at the University of Basel (Switzerland). The initial appointment will be for one year and extensions will be possible. The position comes with a competitive salary, light teaching duties, and access to fundings for travels. The expected (flexible) starting date is September 2019. Potential candidates are sought with expertise in fluid dynamics, transport with irregular velocity field, geometric measure theory, and harmonic analysis (or some of these topics). The appointed candidate will be expected to collaborate to the research lines of the ERC grant "FLIRT - Fluid Flows and Irregular Transport". Applications, as well as inquires, can be sent directly to Dr. Crippa by email at: