Contact:  brien.nolan[AT]dcu.ieLocation:  Dublin, Ireland
The Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme is a competitive scheme funding 2-year research fellowships across all disciplines. The Relativity Group in Dublin City University (Abraham Harte, Brien Nolan, Ko Sanders, Peter Taylor and IRC Postdoc Aindriu Conroy) invites expressions of interest from potential applicants working in classical General Relativity (self-force/problem of motion, mathematical relativity, wave propagation in curved spacetimes, exact solutions) or in Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime (renormalisation, quantum aspects of black hole physics, algebraic QFT, mathematical aspects of QFT).
The deadline for full applications to the IRC will fall at or around the end of November (date TBC). To allow time for the collaborative preparation of a competitive application, those interested in the scheme should contact one of those named below by Sunday 20th October 2019, including a short cv and a brief statement of research interests. Terms and conditions for the 2020 scheme have not been published yet, but will be similar to those of the 2019 scheme which are available by following the link under ‘More Info’ above. (Note in particular that prospective applicants who have not completed their PhD viva by 31st March 2020 (date TBC) are not eligible for the scheme.)
Abraham Harte (abraham.harte[AT]dcu.ie)
Brien Nolan (brien.nolan[AT]dcu.ie)
Ko Sanders (jacobus.sanders[AT]dcu.ie)
Peter Taylor (peter.taylor[AT]dcu.ie)