August 10, 2022

open positions / offene Stellen

GIP members may publish job advertisements in the field of Inverse Problems here by writing an email to stellen@inverseprobleme.de.

Research Assistant on Inverse Problems – University of Göttingen

At the University of Göttingen – Public Law Foundation-, Institut für Numerische und Angewandte Mathematik, there is a position of a research assistant (all genders welcome) Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L/100% to be filled. Starting date is 7/20/2022. The position is limited to 2 years. The salary is in accordance with the German public service salary scale (Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L).

The successful candidate may profit from several other research groups working on Inverse Problems on the Göttingen Campus, in particular within the Collaborative Research Center 1456 “Mathematics of experiment: The challenge of indirect observations in the natural sciences” and the Research Training Group 2088 “Discovering structure in complex data: Statistics meets optimization and Inverse Problems”.

Your duties:
· conduct independent research on Inverse Problems
· serve as teaching assistant for lectures such as numerical analysis, inverse problems or functional analysis

Your profile:
· PhD in mathematics or related fields
· research experience in inverse problems
· scientific creativity shown by a track record of original and innovative research
· good proficiency in English
· proficiency in German or willingness to learn (Part of the teaching is in German.)

Please upload your application in one pdf file including the usual documents until 07/20/2022 on the application portal of the university using this link

http://obp.uni-goettingen.de/de-de/OBF/Index/72712.

For more information see https://obp.uni-goettingen.de/de-de/Stellen/StellenDruck/72712 or get in touch with Thorsten Hohage via E-Mail: hohage@math.uni-goettingen.de, Tel. +49 551 39 24509.

Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Computational Science – University Eindhoven

at the Center for Analysis, Scientific Computing and Applications in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.

The Computational Science group focuses on numerical methods for (partial) differential equations, model order reduction, and scientific machine learning, particularly for the efficient solution of differential equations in the context of inverse problems, data assimilation, control, optimization, Bayesian methods, uncertainty quantification, and optimal experimental design.  For this position, we are looking for an applied mathematician with expertise in one or more of these fields, and an interest in exploring connections not only to current developments in applied mathematics, but also to applications through academic and industrial collaborations in fields such as medicine, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, geophysics, and others. 

During the first six months the position is open to female applicants only; if, after six months, the position has not been filled, the position will then be opened to all applicants.  For more information, please visit

          https://jobs.tue.nl/en/vacancy/assistant-professor-in-computational-science-932807.html

or contact Karen Veroy-Grepl <k.p.veroy@tue.nl>.

Applications received before 31 July 2022 are guaranteed full consideration, but applications will continue to be screened until the position is filled.