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Freie Uni­ver­si­tät Ber­lin - Fachbereich Math­em­atik und Inform­atik - - Insti­tut für Inform­atik - Graduier­ten­kolleg 'Facets of Com­plex­ity'

Up to 8 PhD Pos­i­tions in Math­em­at­ics / Com­puter Sci­ence (m/f/d)

with 3/4-part-time job
lim­ited to 3 years (sub­ject to author­iz­a­tion)

Ent­gelt­gruppe 13 TV-L FU
ref­er­ence code: PhD_Pos­i­tions_GRK_'Facets_of_Com­plex­ity'

Work­ing field:

'Facets of Com­plex­ity' is a joint research pro­gram of the tree major Ber­lin Uni­versit­ies:

Freie Uni­versität Ber­lin (FU)

Tech­nis­che Uni­versität Ber­lin (TU)

Hum­boldt-Uni­versität zu Ber­lin (HU)


The fac­ulty is:

Prof. Dr. Peter Bür­gis­ser (TU)

Prof. Dr. Stefan Fels­ner (TU)

Prof. Dr. Chris­tian Haase (FU)

Prof. Dr. Mar­tin Henk (TU)

Prof. Dr. Michael Joswig (TU)

Prof. Dr. Stephan Kratsch (HU)

Prof. Dr. Stephan Kreutzer (TU)

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Mulzer (FU)

Prof. Dr. Rolf Nie­der­meier (TU)

Prof. Dr. Günter Rote (FU)

Prof. Dr. Nicole Sch­weikardt (HU)

Prof. Dr. Mar­tin Sku­tella (TU)

Prof. Dr. Tibor Szabó (FU)


The pro­gram of the RTG con­tains a reg­u­lar Monday after­noon col­loquium, block courses, sum­mer schools, work­shops and more.
We offer out­stand­ing research oppor­tun­it­ies, highly qual­i­fied super­vising and groun­ded research career train­ing.

Job descrip­tion:

Devel­op­ment of a PhD thesis and par­ti­cip­a­tion in the research of the areas of the RTG 'Facets of Com­plex­ity' as well as in the reg­u­lar events.


The sci­entific pro­gram includes:

  • Com­plex­ity of algorithms

  • Com­plex­ity of com­bin­at­or­ial struc­tures
  • Com­plex­ity of geo­met­ric struc­tures

  • Com­plex­ity of graphs and net­works


For fur­ther inform­a­tion see: http://www.facetsofcomplexity.de / or get in touch with one of the super­visors lis­ted on our homepage.

Require­ments:

Mas­ter's degree in Math­em­at­ics / Com­puter Sci­ence.

For fur­ther inform­a­tion, please con­tact Mr. Prof. Dr. Günter Rote (rote@inf.fu-berlin.de / 030 / 838 - 75150).

How to ap­ply:

All applic­a­tions (includ­ing a short cover let­ter out­lining your back­ground, a detailed cur­riculum vitae, a copy of your mas­ter's thesis (if already avail­able at time of applic­a­tion), pro­posal for a poten­tial thesis topic, recom­mend­a­tion let­ter by your mas­ter's thesis super­visor (to be sent dir­ectly by the let­ter writer to the address men­tioned below)) quot­ing the ref­er­ence code should be dir­ec­ted no later than March 22nd, 2021 prefer­ably by e-mail in one PDF-file to Mrs. Ita Brunke: i.brunke@inf.fu-berlin.de .
On the given occa­sion and for the dur­a­tion of the essen­tial on-site oper­a­tions by Freie Uni­versität Ber­lin, we kindly ask you to apply elec­tron­ic­ally by e-mail. The pro­cessing of a postal applic­a­tion can­not be guar­an­teed.

Freie Uni­versität Ber­lin
Fachbereich Math­em­atik und Inform­atik
Insti­tut für Inform­atik
Graduier­ten­kolleg 'Facets of Com­plex­ity'
Mrs. Ita Brunke
Tak­ustr. 9
14195 Ber­lin (Dah­lem)

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Freie Uni­versität Ber­lin is an equal oppor­tun­ity employer.