Ph.D. position (w/m/d) for 3 years with 29,8725 hours/week
The Chair of Algebra, in particular arithmetic geometry at the Faculty of Mathematics is looking for a
Ph.D. position (w/m/d) for 3 years with 29,8725 hours/week (75c % TVL E13)
As a Ph.D. student you are working as a member of the Arithmetic Geometry group under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Alexander Ivanov. The current research interests of the group are concentrated in the local Langlands program, representation theory of reductive groups and Deligne-Lusztig theory.
As a Ph.D. student (w/m/d) you are working in a project on modular p-adic Deligne-Lusztig theory, supported by the DFG.
research in the currently very active area at the intersection of algebraic geometry, number theory and representation theory
developing new methods in the research projects of the working group
the successful applicant (w/m/d) has an excellent Master (or Diploma) degree in algebraic geometry or a closely related area, for example, number theory or representation theory
knowledge of algebraic geometry at an appropriate level is required
the opportunity to obtain a doctoral degree is offered (and is expected)
willingness to cooperate with the members of the working group is expected
challenging and diverse tasks with high individual responsibility
friendly and cooperative environment
open working atmosphere
the possibility of flexible working within Germany
Please send your application (CV, motivation letter, Master- und Bachelor thesis, copies of academic degrees, 2 names for recommendation letters) as one PDF-file, mentioning the ANR 2586 until 10.12.2023 via e-mail to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel costs, accomodation costs, loss of earnings and other application expences can not be reimbursed.
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