My research is funded by the ERC Consolidator Grant 101001474 Motivic Cohomology of Schemes (MoCoS), 1 September 2021 – 31 August 2026.
The current project team consists of
- Tom Bachmann (10 – 15 October 2021)
- A prismatic analysis of A^1-invariant motivic cohomology, M. Morrow, 2021 Fields Medal Symposium for Peter Scholze, video and notes.
- Twisted K-theory in motivic homotopy theory, E. Elmanto, D. Nardin and M. Yakerson.
- IHES summer school Recent advances in algebraic K-theory, 10 – 21 July 2023.
Applications are now open for post-doctoral positions, funded by the ERC project and managed by the CNRS. Applicants should typically have some experience in arithmetic geometry and/or algebraic K-theory in a broad sense, such as p-adic/étale/motivic cohomology, algebraic cycles, etc.
Applications must be submitted through Mathjobs and consist of the following:
- The starting date for the positions is 1 September 2022 (flexible).
- The original appointments will be made for 1 or 2 years; later extension to a maximum of 3 years may be possible.
- The positions come with no teaching requirements.
- The salary is of the order of 2800 to 3800 euros per month (before deductions for tax and social security), depending on experience; further details are available on request.
- A grant of 3000 euros per year for research related travel expenses will be provided.
The deadline is 22 November 2021, though late applications may still be considered.
- A full CV, containing a list of publications.
- A research statement, containing both a description of past work and a discussion of future project(s).
- At least 2 reference letters.
Enquiries should be directed to Matthew Morrow (firstname.lastname@example.org).