Open Positions

Last updated November 25, 2020

  • The Laboratoire de Physique de la Matière Condensée is looking for a postdoctoral scientist to focus on localized electronic states in semiconductor quantum structures and devices. Under the supervision of Claude Weisbuch, The candidate will participate in the research activities of the Electrons-Photons-Surfaces (EPS) Group of the LPMC, which focuses on the study of carrier localization effects in semiconductor quantum structures. View the full position document for more information.
  • The Department of Mathematics at the Université de Paris-Saclay, Orsay, invites applications for a post-doctoral position in Analysis and PDEs under the supervision of Guy David. Applications should be sent by email before December 31st, 2020, to Guy David (guy.david@universite-paris-saclay.fr). We aim for a contract starting possibly as early as February 2021. View the full position listing here.
  • The MIT-based team, working under the direction of Principal Investigator David Jerison (as part of a collaboration with PIs at U. of Minnesota, U. C. Santa Barbara, U. Cambridge, and several schools in Paris) is looking for a new postdoctoral associate. The postdoctoral associate will be engaged in mathematical research and numerical experiments. This is a full-time two-year position with the possibility of extension to three years based on performance and availability of funding. Applications must be complete by December 15, 2020 to receive full consideration. View the full listing on the Mathjobs website.
  • The School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota invites applications for a post-doctoral position in computational science and mathematics under the supervision of Douglas Arnold beginning Fall 2021 or earlier. The position is supported by the Simons Collaboration on Localization of Waves and will center on the research projects of the Collaboration. Applications will be reviewed starting December 1, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled. Please contact Douglas Arnold (arnold@umn.edu) with any additional inquiries about the position. Applicants should submit an AMS cover sheet, complete curriculum vitae, a description of their research and teaching, and at least three letters of recommendation to the Mathjobs website.  A cover letter relating the applicant's research goals and qualifications to the projects would enhance the application.