Location: Providence, RI, USA
Multiple short-term postdoc positions available, Providence, RI, USA
As part of a semester-long Fall 2020 program on “Advances in Computational Relativity” at ICERM, Brown University in Providence, multiple postdoc positions are available. Details appear below.
Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship: ICERM has one opening for its 9-month appointment, commencing in September 2020. The Institute Postdoc will participate in the fall 2020 “Advances in Computational Relativity” semester program and remain as a researcher-in-residence during the spring 2021 semester. ICERM will match the Institute Postdoc with a faculty mentor for the entire academic year. The Institute Postdoc receives a nine-month salary of $60,000 with benefits, a $1,000 one-time taxable payment to offset travel costs, and up to $800 in reimbursable professional travel support.
Semester Postdoctoral Fellowships: ICERM has five openings for its semester-long positions. These appointments are intended for those who would like to participate in the fall 2020 semester program: “Advances in Computational Relativity”. ICERM will match Semester Postdocs with faculty mentors for the duration of the fall semester. ICERM Semester Postdocs receive a salary over four months of $30,000 with benefits, and a $1,000 one-time taxable payment to offset travel costs.
Eligibility: applicants must have completed their Ph.D. within three years of the start of the appointment. The research statement must clearly indicate interest in the fall semester program, whether the application is for the Institute (9 month) or Semester (4 month) postdoctoral fellowship (or both), and how the applicant’s research interests relate to the scientific goals of the “Advances in Computational Relativity” semester program topic. If applying for the Institute postdoc position, the research statement should also outline research plans for work to be done as “researcher-in-residence” during the spring 2021 semester. Documentation of completion of all requirements for a doctoral degree in mathematics or a related area by the start of the appointment is required.
For full consideration, applicants must submit an AMS Standard Cover Sheet, cover letter, curriculum vitae (including publication list), research statement, and three letters of recommendation. Priority will be given to applications received before January 4, 2020. Please apply through the mathjobs link included.
Brown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.
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