The Faculty of Mathematics and Physics and the Riemann Center for Geometry and
Physics invite applications for the position of a
Riemann Instructorship (m/f/d)
(Salary Scale 13 TV-L, 100 %)
starting on October 1st, 2020. The position is limited to 3 years and offers
the opportunity to pursue a habilitation.
Responsibilities and duties
For this position, responsibilities and duties include contribution to the
teaching of the faculty in the field of mathematics (4 hours per week),
research on topics in one of the four institutes of pure mathematics and to
actively promote the research activities of the Riemann Center.
To qualify for the position, applicants should hold a PhD in mathematics. Very
good research results and an excellent research program in the field of pure
mathematics with references to the Riemann Center are expected.
Part-time employment is possible.
As an equal opportunities employer, Leibniz University Hannover intends to
promote women and men. For this reason suitably qualified women are
specifically invited to apply. Preference will be given to equally qualified
applicants with disabilities.
For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Knut Smoczyk at the given
email address below. For more details, please visit:
Please send your application with a curriculum vitae, list of publications,
description of your research interests and copies of transcripts of academic
degrees (compiled in a single pdf document) by June 26, 2020 in electronic
or alternatively via postal mail to:
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
Riemann Center for Geometry and Physics
In addition, please arrange for two letters of recommendation to be sent (also
by email, if you like) to the same address by June 26, 2020. Late applications
will be considered until the position is filled.
Information on the collection of personal data according to article 13 GDPR
can be found at www.uni-hannover.de/en/datenschutzhinweis-bewerbungen/
Riemann Center Fellowships
The Riemann Center invites applications for Fellowships for mathematicians and theoretical physicists early in their postdoctoral career who are interested in visiting the Riemann Center for a period of up to four months in order to participate in the research activities of any of the associated groups, including the IAG.