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 Predmet príspevku: Scientific Coordinator at Vienna Graduate School
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The Vienna Graduate School in Computational Optimization (VGSCO) offers a contract for a Scientific Coordinator (PostDoc Assistant). The position is meant to provide a young scientist in the years after obtaining a PhD with support to broaden and deepen his/her research agenda. Applicants should have successfully completed their PhD in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science or a related field with excellent results or close to it. He/she will complement research areas pursued at VGSCO and will conduct original research independently. He/she will participate in the Graduate School’s teaching, research and administrative activities and contribute to linking the Graduate School with the national and international scientific community, cooperating with other academic departments/institutions and supporting PhD students. He/She administrates the series of guest lectures and workshops and actively participates in the selection process of Visiting Professors. Experience in teaching and administration at university is of advantage. Employment (40 hrs/week) is based on a 3-year contract. The Vienna Graduate School on Computational Optimization is a joint initiative between the University of Vienna, the TU Wien and the Austrian Institute of Science and Technology (IST) funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). The goal of the Graduate School is to give the PhD candidates a comprehensive education in many aspects of optimization including modeling, theory and implementation. It is intended to cover by the research topics the broad scope of Theory-Algorithms-Applications. In addition to the main scientific goals, other skills will be trained such as efficient literature search, writing scientific papers, presentation of results, the transformation of mathematical ideas into working algorithms, understanding the peculiar problems of application areas and putting them into a mathematical formulation. In the long term we will foster collaboration between the members and their respective institutions in order to make Vienna a place of excellence in Computational Optimization. For more information, visit our website at http://vgsco.univie.ac.at

The successful applicant has an excellent background in Computational Optimization and should demonstrate a strong interest in research in that field. He/She has a record of innovative research papers that aim to be published in top general interest and field journals. He/She is able to comprehend complex issues and communicate them in a structured way. He/She likes to work in an international team and is interested also transporting research standards to PhD students and introducing them into the scientific network.

Required documents for a successful application include:

Completed PhD thesis and degree (certificate and transcripts)

Motivation letter expressing the candidate‘s visions and expectations

CV including scientific interests, publications and scientific achievements

A minimum of 2 recommendation letters Excellent command of written and spoken English (knowledge of other languages is an asset) Skype address for a possible interview

Applications should be submitted via email to vgsco@univie.ac.at
Deadline for applications is November 25, 2016.

Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered. For further information, please contact Prof. Georg Pflug at the Department of Statistics and OR, University of Vienna, at vgsco@univie.ac.at

As part of the university we pursue a non-discriminatory employment policy and value equal opportunities, as well as diversity (http://diversity.univie.ac.at). The university lays special emphasis on increasing the number of women in senior and in academic positions. Given equal qualifications, preference will be given to female applicants.

Daniel Sevcovic

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