Postdoctoral Researcher in Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms @ Czech Republic

Closing Date: 31st October

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Department Department of Computer Science – Faculty of Informatics

Deadline 31 Oct 2018

Start date By mutual agreement.

Several postdoctoral positions under the supervision of Daniel Kral are available at the Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University, in Brno, Czech Republic. The positions are funded by the ERC grant LADIST and additional university funding. All candidates working in discrete mathematics and discrete algorithms are welcome to apply.

The preferred starting date is between January and September 2019, however, both length and exact starting date of each position can be negotiated. The annual salary starts at approx. 25,000 EUR and additional funds for travel and other research expenses are available for each of the positions.

Deadline for applications: October 31, 2018

Requirements

Candidates are expected to have PhD in Computer Science or Mathematics at the start of their position and a strong research record in discrete mathematics and/or discrete algorithms.

Application

Applications must be submitted electronically at the www address below. The applicants should provide the following documents with their application:

  • CV including a list of publications.
  • A scanned copy of the PhD diploma or a letter from the PhD supervisor confirming the expected date of the PhD defence.
  • Names of two referees who will be contacted to provide letters of reference in case the application is shortlisted.

Submission of applications: https://www.muni.cz/en/about-us/careers/vacancies/42189

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