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2 year postdoc in Mainz, no teaching

created by daniele on 20 Jul 2017

Deadline: 1 oct 2017

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Dear all,

the Emmy-Noether-workgroup "Degenerations of Calabi-Yau manifolds and Related Geometries" is looking for a strong postdoc for a 2 year position, recent PhDs are welcome. Mainz is a respectable center for Algebraic Geometry in Germany with a high level of activities and interactions, cross-fertilizing also with mathematical physics. Active researchers include: Duco van Straten, Manfred Lehn, Stefan Müller-Stach, Kang Zuo, Manuel Blickle, Ariyan Javanpeycar, myself plus many postdocs and PhD students. Role:

We expect that you participate in the research of the Emmy-Noether research group to enrich the existing capacities. Connected to the position is the mild duty to help organize activities of the research group like seminars and conferences, also to support the training of PhD, master and bachelor students. There are no teaching obligations. Voluntary teaching is possible. Requirements:
Scientific university degree (bachelor/masters) in a field of mathematics and the soon to be expected or finished PhD in mathematics
Knowledge and research skills in algebraic or symplectic geometry
In depth knowledge in one or more of the following subfields: logarithmic geometry, mirror symmetry, tropical geometry, Gromov-Witten theory, deformation theory, toric geometry, Gross-Hacking-Keel-Kontsevich- oder Gross-Siebert-program
Strong motivation and curiosity, self-determined work ethics and an interest in scientific discussions and sharing of knowledge in the work group
Deadline: Oct 1st

Start of position: flexible, ideally Jan 1st or a bit sooner
Official announcement (with application instructions):

Same thing in German:


Enjoy the summer,


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