## Post-doctoral position in arithmetic geometry and algebraic K-theory

The CNRS and Institut de MathÃ©matiques de Jussieu-Paris Rive Gauche will offer at least one post-doctoral position in **arithmetic geometry, algebraic K-theory, and related fields**, funded by the ERC Consolidator Grant 101001474 *Motivic Cohomology of Schemes* (MoCoS) held by Matthew Morrow. Applicants should typically have some experience in arithmetic geometry and/or algebraic K-theory in a broad sense, such as p-adic/Ã©tale/motivic cohomology, algebraic cycles, etc.
- The starting date for the position is
**1 October 2021** (flexible).
- The original appointment will be made for
**1 or 2 years**; later extension to a maximum of 3 years may be possible.
- The position comes 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.

Applications must be submitted through Mathjobs and consist of the following:
- 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.

The review of applications will begin on **20 January 2021**. Late applications received during the review process may still be considered.

Enquiries should be directed to Matthew Morrow (firstname.lastname@imj-prg.fr).