Международный математический центр SISSA в Триесте объявляет трехленюю программу для пост–доков
It is a pleasure to inform you about this special post–doctoral program in
Mathematics: the SISSA Mathematical Fellowships.
SISSA Mathematical Fellowships are 3–years post–doctoral positions for promising
early stage researchers in Mathematics. The SISSA Mathematical fellowships are not
restricted to a specific research theme, but are intended to give to promising,
highly qualified, early stage researchers the opportunity to independently pursue
their own research and to enlarge their research profile by interacting with
SISSA provides an international multidisciplinary research environment with several
research level courses and seminars. The successful candidates will benefit from the
interaction with SISSA faculties and students, and with the several scientists
visiting SISSA every year. Starting from 2018 there will be a yearly call for two
fellowships. Positions will customary start in October, but different arrangements
will be possible.
The appointments will last up to three years and will be provided with a competitive
salary together with a research grant that can be autonomously used by the post–doc
in order to independently pursue her/his own research. Teaching research level
courses will also be possible, but there is no obligation.
Fellowships will usually start in October, but different arrangements are possible.
Candidates are supposed to show research independence and a promising research
profile. The PhD title is not needed in order to apply but it should be obtained
before the beginning of the position.
The application shall include a CV and a research statement also stressing possible
interaction with SISSA faculties. At least two reference letters shall also be
Call is now open:
The application process starts by registering at the page
Deadline is 20.01.2020 at 13.00
Should you have any queries or require any further information, please do not
hesitate to contact email@example.com
We are looking for motived young researchers and would be grateful if you could
circulate the information.
With my best regards,
Gianni Dal Maso