Open postdoc position in project A02: “Non-Archimedean and tropical geometry of moduli spaces”
- The successful applicant will be working with the PIs of this project: Martin Moeller, Martin Ulirsch and Annette Werner.
- The successful candidate must have completed a Ph.D. in mathematics at the time of employment, preferably in the field of algebraic, arithmetic, or complex geometry. Candidates with experience in tropical or non-Archimedean geometry, or in the geometry of moduli spaces are particularly encouraged to apply.
- The earliest possible starting date is Oct. 1, 2022 and the position will end on June 30, 2025.
- Questions concerning the position may be sent to the prinicipal investigators of Project A02:
Martin Möller email@example.com
Martin Ulirsch firstname.lastname@example.org
Annette Werner email@example.com
- Applications with the usual documents (please in a single pdf file, max. 5 MB) should be sent electronically to the prinicipal investigators at the following address until 18th of August 2022: firstname.lastname@example.org. In your application you are asked to state your personal research interests.
- For details, in particular on how to apply, see the official job offer at the Goethe University website (scroll down to the bottom of that page).
Open postdoc positions in the Algebra Group at TU Darmstadt
- The positions are based in Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry with Timo Richarz.
- Close collaboration with the Algebra group, the Collaborative Research Center CRC326 – GAUS, and the ERC Grant Motives and the Langlands program is expected.
- Funds are available to participate in summer schools and conferences and to organize seminars and workshops on site.
- The start date is flexible.
- For details, in particular on how to apply, see the official job offer at the TU Darmstadt website (scroll down to the bottom of that page).
First Funding Period : 07/2021 – 06/2025
Within this CRC funding is provided for the CRC-projects described on our website. The funding comprises postdoctoral positions (PDoc) and positions for doctoral students (PhD). Payment is based on the German TVL-13 scale if terms and conditions under collective bargaining laws are fulfilled.
For the postdoctoral positions we are seeking candidates holding a very good PhD in one of the areas relevant to the particular project. For the doctoral student positions we are seeking highly qualified candidates holding an MSc. or equivalent degree with a background suitable for one of the projects.
The CRC provides an excellent infrastructure for training and research in an internationally visible network. We offer support for international students and postdocs. The positions will be based at the universities of the project leader(s) of the relevant projects. Many of the projects are based at more than one university.
- Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
- Technische Universität Darmstadt
- Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
- Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
- Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Applications will be considered until all positions are filled. Presently, all positions are filled
Open positions within the CRC by project – presently: one in A02
Part A: Moduli spaces and automorphic forms
|A01: Teichmüller geometry of the moduli space||–||M. Möller (Frankfurt)|
|A02: Non archimedean and tropical geometry of moduli spaces||1 PostDoc||M. Möller (Frankfurt)
M. Ulirsch (Frankfurt)
A. Werner (Frankfurt)
|A03: Non-archimedean skeletons and Newton-Okounkov bodies||–||A. Küronya (Frankfurt)
M. Ulirsch (Frankfurt)
|A04: Green currents on Shimura varieties||–||J. H. Bruinier (Darmstadt)
St. Müller-Stach (Mainz, associated)
|A05: Expansion and rationality of theta integrals||–||Y. Li (Darmstadt)|
|A06: Automorphic forms and vertex operator algebras||–||N. Scheithauer (Darmstadt)|
|A07: Cusp forms on Drinfeld period domains||–||G. Böckle (Heidelberg)|
|A08: Geodesic cycles and modular forms||–
||J. H. Bruinier (Darmstadt)
M. Möller (Frankfurt)
|A09: Effective global generation for uniformized varieties||–
||A. Küronya (Frankfurt)
J. Stix (Frankfurt)
Part B: Galois representations and étale invariants
|B01: Higher dimensional anabelian geometry||–||A. Schmidt (Heidelberg)
J. Stix (Frankfurt)
|B02: Galois representations in anabelian geometry||–||J. Stix (Frankfurt)|
|B03: Motivic local systems of Calabi-Yau type||–||D. van Straten (Mainz)|
|B04: Images of Galois representations and deformations||–
||G. Böckle (Heidelberg)|
|B05: Iwasawa cohomology of Galois representations||–||O. Venjakob (Heidelberg)|
|B06: L-packets of p-adic automorphic forms||–||J. Ludwig (Heidelberg)|
|B07: Motives and the Langlands programme||–||T. Richarz (Darmstadt)|
Part C: Cohomological structure and degeneration in positive characteristic
|C01: Tame cohomology of schemes and adic spaces||–
||K. Hübner (Heidelberg)
A. Schmidt (Heidelberg)
|C02: Duality with Frobenius and Fp-étale cohomology||–||M. Blickle (Mainz)
G. Böckle (Heidelberg)
|C03: Derived and prismatic F-zips||–||T. Wedhorn (Darmstadt)
M. Blickle (Mainz)
|C04: Motives for shtukas and Shimura varieties||–||T. Richarz (Darmstadt)
E. Viehmann (Münster)
T. Wedhorn (Darmstadt)
|C05: Strata and tautological classes for compactifications of Shimura varieties||–||T. Wedhorn (Darmstadt)|
|C06: p-adic degeneration of vector bundles||
|A. Werner (Frankfurt)|