The Department of mathematics at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology offers postdoctoral position. Applicants applying for the position should have doctoral degree in mathematics and show proven excellence or evidence of strong potential in their research in the field of algebraic topology. The salary of the position is SEK 270,000 p.a., paid as a tax-free scholarship with health insurance. In addition, travel expenses up to SEK 25,000 p.a. can be covered.
Study Subject(s): The position is provided to study Algebraic Topology.
Course Level: This scholarship is for pursuing postdoctoral degree level.
Scholarship Provider: KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Scholarship can be taken at: Sweden
Eligibility: Candidates should have completed, or be about to complete, a doctoral degree in mathematics and show proven excellence or evidence of strong potential in their research in the field of algebraic topology. They should not have obtained their PhD degree before January 1, 2009. For non-EU citizens, a residence permit is required. Swedish language skills are not necessary.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Swedish and non-EU citizens can apply for this scholarship.
Scholarship Description: The senior members of the topology group at KTH are Tilman Bauer and Wojciech Chacholski. The topology group collaborates closely with the algebraic geometry group and with the algebra, geometry and topology group at Stockholm University. The successful candidate will engage in research and collaborate with the topology group at KTH. They should contribute to a vivid research atmosphere and actively partake in seminars and other activities. There is no teaching requirement.
Duration of Awards: The position is for one year, renewable for a second year, and will start on Sept 1, 2013, or as soon as possible thereafter.
What does it cover? The salary of the position is SEK 270,000 p.a., paid as a tax-free scholarship with health insurance. In addition, travel expenses up to SEK 25,000 p.a. can be covered.
How to Apply: Applications via email (preferable) to: [email protected].
or by postal mail to:
Institutionen för matematik
KTH 100 44 Stockholm
Applications should contain a curriculum vitae and a research statement. In addition, three recommendation letters should be arranged to be sent directly to KTH. All applications should quote the reference number S-2013-0209.
Scholarship Application Deadline: Please apply online by 28th February 2013.