Early stage researcher (PhD student) in Mathematics (Number Theory)

Prof. Gabor Wiese
University of Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Job Description: 

Early stage researcher (PhD student) in Mathematics (Number Theory) (M/F) F1-110048

The University of Luxembourg is looking for its Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (Mathematics Research Unit, Research Group of Gabor Wiese) for 1 Early stage researcher (PhD student) in Mathematics (Number Theory) (M/F) Ref: F1-110048 Temporary contract, initially for 2 years with a maximal prolongation up to 4 years, 40 hours/week.
Starting 1 November 2013, or later. Employee status.

Research in one of the areas Number Theory, Arithmetic Geometry, Computer Algebra with the aim of studying towards a PhD. Limited teaching activity of 2 hours per week.

Your Profile
Master degree (or an equivalent degree) in Mathematics of high quality.
Dedication to doing Mathematics on a research level.
Willingness to integrate in a team.
Solid knowledge in Algebra.
Knowledge in Algebraic Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry, Modular Forms, Representation Theory, programming skills and experience with computer algebra systems will be an advantage. Good written and oral skills in English. Some knowledge of German and/or French is helpful, but not required.

We offer
Outstanding research conditions in an international and inspiring environment.
Possibility to become a member of a young team of dedicated researchers.
A competitive salary.

Additional information
Candidates should submit the following documents: - Letter of motivation - Detailed curriculum vitae - Two reference letters - Copies of diplomas Please apply online until 15 September 2013:
The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.
For further information please contact: Prof. Dr. Gabor Wiese (gabor.wiese@uni.lu) Tel: +352 46 66 44 5760
Website of the Mathematics Research Unit of the University of Luxembourg:

Job Categories: 
Graduate student fellowships
PhD student Number Theory Arithmetic Geometry Computer Algebra
Deadline for Application: 
Sep 15 2013