Post-doctoral position in arithmetic geometry and algebraic K-theory
The CNRS and Institut de Mathématiques 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/étale/motivic cohomology, algebraic cycles, etc.
Applications must be submitted through Mathjobs and consist of the following:
- 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.
The review of applications will begin on 20 January 2021. Late applications received during the review process 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 (email@example.com).