Postdoctoral positions in commutative algebra are available, starting 1 May 2020, at the Department of Algebra of Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.
These are research fellowships (without teaching duties).
The fellowships will be funded Czech Science Foundation Grant "Cohen-Macaulay rings and their applications in higher algebra and topology", under the direction of Dr. Liran Shaul.
Candidates are expected to have excellent knowledge and research capability in commutative and homological algebra, and experience with derived categories is preferred. Applicants with experience in the theory of ring spectra are also welcome to apply.
Due to restrictions of the grant agency, applicants age must not exceed 35 years in 2019, and applicants must have received their Ph.D. within the last 8 years excluding maternity and parental leave, and sick leave in the case of a long-term illness.
Please include this material with your application:
- curriculum vitae (including a list of publications)
- research statement
Also please arrange to have 2 letters of recommendation, to be emailed directly
to Dr. Shaul at the address above.
Informal inquiries concerning the positions are welcome.
Review of candidates will begin on January 10, 2020 although late applications may be considered.