The Research Training Group has a runtime from April 1, 2017 until March 31, 2026. We are continuously recruiting PhD fellows and PostDocs. In addition, there are often possibilities to get funding from different sources and get associated to the Research Training Group. Therefore we encourage initiative applications directly to the principal investigators. The official opening for PhD candidates can be found here:
There are two levels of application: the formal and absolutely necessary one to submit an application, and an informal, optional one to get into contact with possible advisors beforehand.
How to apply officially is described in the link above: submit your application including letter of motivation, CV, scans of degrees and marks in one pdf file online. There are going to be monthly meetings of the selection committee, so we recommend to submit the applications as early as possible.
We also recommend to get into contact with possible advisors of your thesis (and PIs who might want to support your PostDoc application - although there is currently no open PostDoc position funded directly by MathCoRe, often additional funding can be used, so feel free to apply informally if you are interested in a PostDoc position). The research training group is a joint initiative of several principal investigators. Every PhD position will have two of them as supervisors and a topic in the intersection of two areas of mathematics. You might want to have a look at ongoing and finished research projects to get an idea what you might be interested in.
Visitor ProgramMathCoRe welcomes visiting researchers who want to work with the research training group. There are no a priori restrictions on duration or status. Please contact one of the PIs directly.
Ukrainian ScientistsWe are deeply moved and sad, given the recent events related to the invasion of Ukraine. MathCoRe welcomes and supports visiting researchers from all areas of Mathematics and the career status PhD, PostDoc, or senior staff who want to work with us. There are no a priori restrictions on duration and there are possibilities for funding on an individual basis. Please contact one of the PIs or the spokesperson email@example.com directly.
See the Success stories page for examples how MathCoRe may contribute to and accelerate scientific careers.