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You can apply until 8 December 2022, exclusively using the button below. Kindly address your application to Dr Magdalena Kedziorek. Please fill in the application form and attach the following documents: A letter of motivation, including a short summary of your Master's thesis. Your CV,...

position is part of an effort to investigate fundamental notions in probability theory using the language of category theory and string diagrams. The aim is to bring forward the mathematical structures

Department of Mathematics at Radboud University (Nijmegen, Netherlands) is seeking an outstanding and highly motivated PhD Candidate to work on a PhD project in homotopy theory. You will work on a PhD project

PhD Candidate in Algebraic Topology PhD Candidate in Algebraic Topology Published Deadline Location yesterday 8 Dec Nijmegen Job description The Department of Mathematics at Radboud University

The Department of Mathematics is seeking a highly motivated PhD candidate for a research position funded by the NWO ENWM project 'Symmetry and analytic torsion'. This project is about developing

gravitational waves to quantum gravity and random geometry. We have close ties to gravitational research in both the Astrophysics (including a large involvement in the Event Horizon Telescope) and Mathematics

Nijmegen View on Google Maps Radboud University Requirements You hold a PhD in computational neuroscience, mathematics, physics, computer science, AI or a related discipline. Preferably, you have experience

an MSc degree in mathematics, computer science or a relevant discipline. You have solid programming skills and excellent knowledge of algebra and combinatorics. You have a good command of spoken and

exceptional mathematical skills and a deep understanding of game theory with an emphasis on voting games, deep learning, machine learning, and algorithmic foundations. You will be expected to have a strong