[DMANET] positions for Ph.D. students and postdocs

Andrea Hoffkamp hoffkamp at inf.fu-berlin.de
Wed May 21 14:38:01 PDT 2003

--- European Graduate Program "COMBINATORICS, GEOMETRY, AND COMPUTATION" ---

In the graduate program scholarships for


for up to three years are available in Berlin from October 1, 2003.
Applicants should have a degree in mathematics, computer science, or a
related area equivalent to the German university diploma (e.g. M.S.) with
grades significantly above average. Furthermore a

                         postdoctoral position

is available for at most two years.

The program is a joint initiative of the ETH Zurich, the three universities
of Berlin - Free University, Technical University, Humboldt-University - and
the Konrad-Zuse-Research Center. The German partners are financially suppor-
ted by the German Research association (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft,
DFG). The amount of the scholarships in Berlin is calculated according to
the guidelines of the DFG and is up to Euro 1468,- per month, tax free
(family supplement Euro 205,-).

The scientific program ranges from theoretical fundamentals to applications.
The areas of research are combinatorics, geometry, optimization, algorithms
and computation. In Berlin the students are supervised by the professors
Aigner, Alt, Rote, Schulz (FU), Moehring, Ziegler (TU), Proemel (HU) and
Groetschel (ZIB). The scholarship includes a long-term research stay abroad,
usually at the ETH Zurich.

Applications with curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, theses, a letter
of recommendation of the last advisor, a brief description of the proposed
research and, especially for applicants for the postdoctoral position, reprints
of publications should be sent in until June 30, 2003 to
the speaker of the program in Berlin:

    Prof. Dr. Helmut Alt
    Institut fuer Informatik
    Freie Universitaet Berlin
    Takustrasse 9
    D-14195 Berlin

Further Information can be obtained from:

   Andrea Hoffkamp
   Tel. ++49-30-838 75 104

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