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Junior Fellowships in Mathematics, Bonn (Germany)

The Hausdorff Center for Mathematics at the University of Bonn brings together researchers in Theoretical and Applied Mathematics, and Mathematical Economics. In this framework, the center is looking forward to filling several W2-Professorships ("Bonn Junior Fellows") within the next few years. These positions are temporary for a period of five years. To some of these positions, a tenure-track option is associated, and, in exceptional cases, a position may be tenured immediately.

The professorships intend to encourage independent research by outstanding young researchers, in analogy to the research groups of the "Max-Planck-Society" or the "Emmy-Noether-Program" of the German Research Foundation. The professorships are endowed with travel and guest funds, and with a postdoc position during the initial period. Bonn Junior Fellows also participate in the additional resources of the Hausdorff Center. Professors are encouraged to supervise doctoral students. For an initial period, teaching obligations amount to four hours per week during semesters.

The deadline for the first application round is 1 November 2012. For more information, see http://www.hcm.uni-bonn.de/opportunities/bonn-junior-fellows/.

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