The Mainz Institute of Multiscale Modeling (M3ODEL) at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, offers
7 funded PhD positions (TV-L E13, 50%)
M3ODEL is a multidisciplinary research center that brings together researchers from natural sciences with researchers from numerical mathematics and computer science to tackle some of the outstanding challenges through integrating multiscale modeling with data-driven approaches.
We invite applications from outstanding candidates to work on 12 possible joint projects, starting in April 2020 (Summer Semester). We look for motivated applicants from the fields of
Computer Sciences and Informatics
Condensed Matter Physics
interested in bringing together experimental and observational data with numerical models in interdisciplinary teams. In order to ensure a truly collaborative environment, two or more principal investigators from different disciplines will supervise each candidate. Applicants are encouraged to choose and prioritize up to two research projects posted in our website.
hold a Master degree, or approach its completion, in one of the relevant disciplines;
have strong skills in numerical modeling;
be highly motivated and willing to work in international teams;
have excellent written and spoken English skills.
How to Apply:
Electronic applications are welcome until November 30, 2019. Please specify your preferred project and second choice in a letter of motivation and provide your CV and academic credentials (relevant certificates and grades), and name and e-mail address of two potential referees. For more information on the application procedure and the list of available projects, please visit our website http://model.uni-mainz.de or contact us by e-mail at email@example.com.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is in accordance to employment in the German public sector.
About Johannes Gutenberg University
The Mainz Institute of Multiscale Modeling (M3ODEL) at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, brings together researchers from different areas in natural and life sciences with researchers in mathematics and computer science. Our research follows two main thrusts: developing multiscale models informed by simulation and experiment, and pushing the boundaries of computational methods.
The Johannes Gutenberg University has a nationally and internationally visible research profile, with particular strengths in the natural sciences and medicine. Disciplines in which especially outstanding results have been achieved include the particle and hadron physics with the PRISMA+ Cluster of Excellence (Precision Physics, Fundamental Interactions and Structure of Matter), the materials science, the translational medicine, and the top-level and high-potential research areas funded through the Research Initiative of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate. All these are evidence of the diversity and interdisciplinary nature of the work being undertaken at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz.
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