A website for our workshop DinAmicI VII (June 6-9, 2022, at RISM) is now online at https://www.rism.it/events/dinamici-vii. Please join us and register for the workshop, and check the website from time to time as new information will appear.
Between April 11 and May 12, 2022, Francesco Cellarosi will deliver the PhD course “Randomness in Number Theory: dynamical and probabilistic methods”, at the Department of Mathematics of Università di Bologna and on-line via MS Teams. Schedule (All times are 4-6pm Italian time. Room name within the Math Building in parenthesis) April 11 (Seminario VIII Piano) April 13 (Aula VII Piano) April 20 (Bombelli) April 21 (Seminario VIII Piano) April 26 (Seminario VIII Piano) April 28 (Seminario VIII Piano) May 3 (Seminario VIII Piano) May 5 (Seminario VII Piano) May 10 (Bombelli) May 12 (Seminario VIII Piano) Program The course will focus on recent advances concerning the study of random behaviour of number-theoretical sequences.
As you may have noticed, our website has gone through a restyling. We owe this beautiful new site to our wonderful Marcello Seri. In the process, we moved to a much simpler deployment strategy, which should make our website much much faster than before, and safer and easier to maintain for us. The price to pay for this is that you will need to contact us to submit new posts, unless you want to get your hands dirty.
The University of Antwerp (Belgium) announces the opening of 3 PhD positions: PhD scholarship in symplectic geometry and integrable Hamiltonian systems (advisor: Prof. Sonja Hohloch, application deadline April 11, 2022): https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/jobs/vacancies/academic-staff/?q=2101 PhD scholarship in dynamical systems and mechanics (advisor: Prof. Sonja Hohloch, application deadline April 11, 2022): https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/jobs/vacancies/academic-staff/?q=2100 PhD scholarship in Pure Mathematics (application deadline May 16, 2022): https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/jobs/vacancies/academic-staff/?q=2093 (applicants interested in differential geometry or geometric mechanics should contact beforehand Tom Mestdag, see job advertisement for more details)
The Vienna School of Mathematics announces up to four PhD positions financed by the University of Vienna. Application is only possible for the specific projects listed below. Each candidate is allowed to apply for at most three of the projects. Responsibilities of the successful candidate include participation in the research activities, independent teaching of courses and conducting examinations, as well as participation in teaching evaluations and in administrative tasks. More information and link to application portal: https://www.
The Department of Mathematics of University of Rome Tor Vergata is currently advertising a 1-year research fellowship (“Assegno di ricerca”) in the framework of the research program “Variational and PDE methods for the study of Hamiltonian systems and the Hamilton‐Jacobi equation”. The ideal candidate is a strong young researcher with interest in Hamiltonian dynamics, Hamilton-Jacobi equations and related subject (in a broad sense). The gross annual salary is about €32.000 and there is no teaching duty.
It is a pleasure to announce that our biennial workshop is returning this year. The workshop “DinAmicI VII” is organised in collaboration with the Riemann International School of Mathematics https://www.rism.it/, and will take place in the days 6-9 June, 2022 at Villa Toeplitz (Varese). More information will follow, but for now, save the date!
The “Dipartimento di Matematica e Applicazioni” (Department of Mathematics and its Applications) of the University of Milano-Bicocca plans to open one or two positions (depending on the number and quality of interested researchers) for tenured (or tenure-track) faculty appointments in the next future. Expressions of interest are encouraged from distinguished candidates at senior or junior levels in all areas of Mathematics. Visit https://www.matapp.unimib.it/it/news/faculty-positions-department-mathematics-2022 for all information.
A postdoctoral position is available within the ANR project COSY: “New challenges in contact and symplectic topology”. This is a research-only appointment (without teaching) for two years starting in October 2022. The salary will be 2000 euros per month and up depending on experience, with benefits including health insurance and social coverage. Funds will also be provided for traveling and inviting collaborators. The successful candidate will be expected to interact with some researchers in contact and symplectic topology from the poles of the project:
The Department of Mathematics of Sapienza Università di Roma has opened calls for a 1-year postdoctoral position and a 2-year postdoctoral position, in all areas of Mathematics. The candidates must submit their own research projects. Deadline: January 21, 2022 Formal announcements and info (in Italian) about the positions and application procedure are found here: 1-year position: https://web.uniroma1.it/trasparenza/dettaglio_bando_albo/184958 2-year positions: https://web.uniroma1.it/trasparenza/dettaglio_bando_albo/184959 An unofficial guide in English through the application procedure for the 2-year position is available at: https://sites.