Mathematics PhD positions in the Netherlands
PhD position in applied topology at VU Amsterdam – published August 2022
We have a fully-funded 4-years open PhD position for working on the project ’Topological study of molecular braids', supervised by Senja Barthel. The deadline is 30 September 2022.
More details can be found here: https://workingat.vu.nl/ad/phd-position-topological-study-of-molecular-braids/cqxnmf
Call for submission for the Best Thesis in Applied Math Award 2022
Graduates in applied mathematics and their supervisors are invited to submit high quality theses on any topic in the area of applied mathematics.
This year, there is a competition for BSc-graduates (HBO) and a competition for MSc-graduates.
Does your thesis comply with all of the below?
- The thesis was written as part of a master program at a Dutch university (WO) or a bachelor program at a university of applied sciences (HBO).
- The thesis has been written in close cooperation with an external party, like a company, a government institute, or a hospital.
- The thesis has a clear applied mathematical focus and must contain original theoretical and/or empirical work.
- The thesis was finalised (submitted and graded) in the period between April 30, 2021 and May 31, 2022.
In that case your thesis is eligible for the 2022 Best Thesis in Applied Math Award of the Innovation Committee of the Dutch Platform for Mathematics.
The deadline for submission is June 15th, 2022. Candidates should submit their thesis by emailing a PDF version of the thesis to the Dutch Platform for Mathematics (email@example.com), together with the names of the external party and university involved and the name of the supervisor on behalf of the university.
The jury, consisting of members of the Innovation Committee of the Dutch Platform for Mathematics, will assess the theses and select three finalists for the MSc-prize and three finalists for the BSc-prize. The three finalists in each category will have to pitch their thesis during the Math Community Event in September or early October. During this event, the winner will be chosen by a jury of three top level mathematical professionals.
The author of the winning thesis in each of the two categories will receive an award and €350. The runners-up in each category will both receive €200. Expenses for the Math Community Event will be reimbursed for all three candidates.
Additional information on the process can be provided by the chairman of the Innovation Committee Mark Roest (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Winner of the 2021 MSc-award was Daniel Gamon. He wrote the thesis: “Continuous time control charts: generalisation and an application to the Dutch Arthroplasty register (LROI)”.
PhD position in Mathematical Analysis in Twente – published February 2022
We have an open PhD position at the intersection of functional analysis, complex analysis and numerical linear algebra at the University of Twente, supervised by Felix Schwenninger. The deadline is March 18.
More details can be found here:
PhD position in Number Theory and Formalization at VU Amsterdam- published February 2022
The Department of Mathematics of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam welcomes applications for a fully-funded, 4-year PhD position in Number Theory and Formalization, supervised by Sander Dahmen. The (prefered) starting date is 1 September or earlier. The application deadline is 29 March.
For further information see:
PhD position in Algebraic Topology in Nijmegen - published February 2022
Steffen Sagave is currently advertising a fully-funded position for a Ph.D. candidate in algebraic topology at Radboud University Nijmegen. The starting date is 1 September or earlier, and the application deadline is 20 March.
For details and information about how to apply, please see:
Junior lecturer positions at VU Amsterdam - published January 2022
The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is advertising fixed-term Junior Lecturer positions, for candidates who hold (or are about to complete) an MSc.
One call is open for candidates interested in pursuing a PhD in Mathematics, and at the same time contributing to the educational program of the department. This fully-funded position is for 6 years (50% research, 40% teaching, 10% organisational activities).
A second call is open for a junior lecturer position without a research component (100% teaching and organisational activities). This fully-funded position is for 4 years.
Both calls close on the 1st of March 2022.
Applications received by e-mail will not be processed.
Enquiries can be sent to Daniele Avitabile: email@example.com