# Jobs at the Department of Mathematics

## OpeningThe Chair of Geometry / Algebra (Prof. Ruth Kellerhals) at the Depart- ment of Mathematics of the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) invites applications for the position of ## Assistant professor non-tenure track in Algebra and Geometry## (80 - 100%)## (Oberassistenz resp. Maître Assistant(e))TIt is part of the duties of the assistant professor to teach up to 4 hours a week on all levels, including service courses, mainly in algebra and geometry. An intensive research activity in a domain between algebra and geometry such as geometric and combinatorial group theory, geometry of numbers, arithmetic lattices and spaces of negative curvature, is expected. The suc- cessful candidate will supervise master theses, organise student seminars, and participate in the scientific and administrative organisation of the chair and the department. The successful candidate must be in possession of a Ph.D. in pure mathe- matics and show strong promise of excellence in research and teaching. The position starts Please send your application, including a letter of motivation, a CV, a concise statement of research and teaching interests, as well as the names and addresses (including email) of at least 3 references, |
## Send applicationsby email to Prof. Ruth Kellerhals ## DeadlineMay 31, 2015 ## Additional information |

## OpeningThe Chair of Geometry / Algebra at the Departement of Mathematics (Prof. Ruth Kellerhals) invites applications for one ## Ph.D. Position / Assistant position
Furthermore, it is desirable (if necessary after a convenient time of adaptation) that the candidate masters the language german or french. We offer a friendly working environment, the integration into the Swiss Doctoral Program of Mathematics and an attractive salary. We invite applications, including a letter of motivation, a CV and two letters of recommendation, to |
## Send applicationsby email to Prof. Ruth Kellerhals ## Additional information |

## Ph.D. PositionThe Department of Mathematics at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) invites applications for a ## PhD. Positionstarting Advisor: Prof. Stefan Wenger Duration of the position: 4 years Candidates must have a M.Sc. degree in Mathematics and should have a solid background in analysis and/or geometry, ideally with exposure to a least one of the topics above. A good command of German or French or the willingness to learn one of the two languages within a relatively short period of time is required. he PhD position is a full-time position which comes with a competitive salary and a teaching assistantship. PhD students are integrated in the Swiss Doctoral Program of Mathematics, jointly offered with neighboring universities. Applications should be sent by email to stefan.wenger@unifr.ch and should include a letter of motivation, a curriculum vitae, a list of courses taken in mathematics, and a description of the candidate's research interests. Moreover, two letters of recommendation should be mailed directly by the letter writers to the email address above. |
## Send applications toProf. Stefan Wenger stefan.wenger@unifr.ch ## Additional informationstefan.wenger@unifr.ch |

## Ph.D. PositionThe Department of Mathematics at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) invites applications for one or several ## PhD. Position in Mathematicsin any of the research areas represented at the Department of Mathematics such as Geometry, Topology, Algebra, Combinatorics, Geometric Analysis, Probability Theory or Numerical Analysis. Candidates must have a M.Sc. degree in Mathematics or an equivalent education. A good command of German or French or the willingness to learn one of the two languages within a relatively short period of time is required. he PhD positions are on a full-time basis and come with a competitive salary and a teaching assistantship. PhD students are integrated in the Swiss Doctoral Program of Mathematics, jointly offered with neighboring universities. Inquiries and applications should be sent by email to jobs-math@unifr.ch and should include a letter of motivation, a curriculum vitae, a list of courses taken in mathematics, and a description of the candidate's research interests. Moreover, two letters of recommendation should be mailed to the same address above, ideally directly by the letter writers. There is no deadline for applications. |
## Send applications tojobs-math@unifr.ch |