Postdoctoral in Algebraic Geometry Royal Institute of Technology, School of Engineering

 

Postdoctoral in Algebraic Geometry

 

Royal Institute of Technology, School of Engineering

 

KTH is one of Europe's leading technical universities and an important arena for knowledge development. As Sweden's largest university of technical research and education, we gather students, researchers and faculty from around the world. Our research and education covers both natural sciences and all branches of technology as well as architecture, industrial economics, social planning, technical history and philosophy.

 

The School of Engineering studies the frontline research in a broad field, from research in basic subjects such as physics and mathematics, to technical mechanics with applications in aeronautics and vehicle technology. The school operates and develops the Master of Science in Engineering, Physical Physics and Vehicle Technology, as well as the open program and several master programs.

duties

 

The Department of Mathematics at the Royal Institute of Technology, together with Knut and Alice Wallenberg's Foundation, announces a full-time postdoctoral service in the field of algebraic geometry. The service is scheduled for two years by 1 July 2018. Mentor is David Rydh.

 

The research should be within algebraic geometry or related subjects. Special emphasis should be on one of the following areas: algebraic stacks, module spaces, logarithmic geometry, equivariate geometry, derived algebraic geometry, derived and triangulated categories, tannako categories, birational geometry, motifs, arithmetic geometry or nonarchimed geometry.

 

The senior researchers in Algebraic Geometry at KTH are Mats Boij, Sandra Di Rocco, David Rydh and Roy Skjelnes. There is close cooperation with researchers in algebraic topology and with the algebra, geometry and topology group at Stockholm University. The postdoctor is expected to work with these groups, contribute to a living research environment, and actively participate in seminars and other activities. The service has no teaching requirements.

 

 K Validations

 

Doctoral degree in mathematics is required and must have been received (or scheduled to be received before the start date of the service) from a foreign university. The applicant should have a strong background in algebraic geometry. The applicant should be highly motivated, able to work independently as well as in collaboration with the members of the research group, and have good communication skills in English.

 

Union representatives

 

You will find contact information for union representatives on the KTH website . 

 

Application

 

You apply through KTH's recruitment system. You as the applicant have the primary responsibility for your application being complete when it is submitted.

 

The application must be KTH at the latest midnight CET / CEST (Central European Time / Central European Summer Time) deadline. 

 

The application must contain:

 

Curriculum Vitae with publication list,

A description of the applicant's research and a motivation for the applicant's interest in the employment (max 4 pages), as well as

Up to three letter of recommendation sent directly by letterwriters via e-mail to  jobs@math.kth.se with S-2017-1937 on the subject.

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Type of employmentFixed-term employment longer than 6 months

 

Extent of employmentFull-time

 

AccessBy agreement, by 1 July 2018

 

SalaryMonthly Salary

 

Number of vacancies1

 

employment rate100%

 

placeStockholm

 

CountyStockholm County

 

CountrySweden

 

ReferencesS 2017-1937

 

Contact


David Rydh, Assist.professor, +46 8 790 71 79, dary@kth.se

 

Published2017-10-25

 

Application deadline2017-12-15


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