Post-doctoral positions financed by the Simons Foundation - IHES

Post-doctoral positions financed by the Simons Foundation

Four 2 or 3 year positions financed by the Simons Position are open

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Duration: 2 or 3 years

Description

Thanks to the support of the Simons Foundation, IHES offers 4 postdoctoral positions for 2 years, with a possible extension of one year, starting in September 2022.

Contract details

The selected candidates will develop their research on topics of their choice in mathematics and theoretical physics and will be able to collaborate with the Institute’s permanent professors.

Applications should be sent online and include the application form duly completed, a CV, a list of publications, a description of the research project and future plans as well as 2 or 3 letters of recommendation.

Are funded by the Simons Foundation in 2022:

– 1 position in theoretical physics

A 2-year postdoctoral position (potentially extendable for a third year) in theoretical physics is open.

Candidates with solid experience in quantum and/or conformal field theory and interested in the bootstrap, critical phenomena, integrable systems, and/or renormalization group are encouraged to apply.

Contact: Slava Rychkov, Vasily Pestun


– 1 postion in theoretical biology

The candidate should have a background in biology and be interested in addressing theoretical questions in biology as well as an interest in interaction with mathematicians and physicists.

The main scope of the work includes mathematical formalization of biological problems, and analytical literature mining aimed at conceptualizing available experimental data. Among topics currently pursued in our group are cell fate
decisions in normal and cancer tissues and pattern formation in morphogenesis.

Contact: Christophe Soulé


– 2 positions in mathematics



Next call for applications: Fall 2022

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