A successful candidate will drive internationally competitive research, collaborate with the world community in the field, and attract competitive external research funding. The candidates are expected to contribute significantly to QM’s research and teaching environment, to provide outstanding education, supervise bachelor’s, master’s and PhD level students, as well as to contribute to the development of junior faculty research to high international standards.
The candidates will get the opportunity to shape this development together with the team and implement research-project ideas with national and international impact. Topics of interest are: Algebra, algebraic geometry, differential geometry, algebraic topology, complex geometry, quantum topology, geo-metric analysis, operator algebra, number theory and mathematical physics.
-Mentoring and coaching students in projects and theses.
-Ability to work in national and international projects.
-A relevant international network for research and collaboration activities.
-Experience in performing research management activities, editorial experience, planning and running conferences or workshops, etc.
-Experience in attracting and managing externally funded projects with multiple partners (e.g. EU projects).
Denmark › Odense M
01 February 2021