Geometry of algebraic varieties and their moduli spaces
(1) BASIC INFORMATION:
The post-doc position is in Algebraic
Geometry, with special emphasis on moduli spaces of curves, K3 surfaces and abelian varieties.
Applicants are expected to interact actively
members of the algebraic geometry group of Roma Tre and to participate
the proposed activities, such as seminars, working groups and PhD
courses. There are no teaching duties associated with the position.
The position is funded for 1 year, extendable to a second year provided availability of funds.
Candidates should have a Master degree in mathematics; they are also expected to have (or to be close to getting) a Ph.D. degree.
The expected starting date of the position is in Fall 2022.
The annual gross salary is 27.513 euros, (after
this corresponds approximately to 1.650 euros per
month, which is a reasonable salary to afford the living costs in
Rome). The candidate can also count on some funding for
traveling or inviting people at the department.
examination process will consist of two steps: an evaluation of the
CV/List of publications/Research project and, for the selected
candidates, an oral interview (possibly via Skype).
Deadline for application: 3 June 2022.
(2) HOW TO APPLY:
You can find complete information regarding the application procedure in the official callof the position (here is a short English version of it): we strongly reccomend to read it carefully! In short, you should send the following documents by ordinary e-mail to the address firstname.lastname@example.org :
Filled in forms Annex A, Annex B, and Annex C, that you can find at the end of the official call, or at the end of the English version of it.
A copy (in English or Italian) of a certificate of your PhDdegree(if you have already obtained it) AND of your master
obtained in countries other than Italy, the certificate of your master
degree should include a list of the courses held with the respective
final evaluation records).
A copy of an identity document.
CV (we suggest to include the names of two mathematicians that we may contact as references).
List of publications and preprints.
by ordinary e-mail to the address: email@example.com attaching a copy of a valid identity document.
Send any question regarding the application procedure to firstname.lastname@example.org.