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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Postdoctoral position and PhD student position in "Oligomorphic clones", Vienna, AUSTRIA

http://www.dmg.tuwien.ac.at/pinsker/papers/oligo/oligo.pdf

A postdoc and a PhD position are now available at the Institute of 
Computer Languages of the TU Vienna within the project "Oligomorphic 
clones" of the Austrian Science Fund, held by Michael Pinsker.

The positions are to be filled as soon as possible. The duration of the 
postdoc position is one year, with possible prolongation. The monthly 
gross salary will be around 3500 Euros (postdoc) and 75% of that for the 
PhD student, and there is generous additional travel support. Although the 
project is carried out at the TU Vienna, there will be intensive 
collaboration with the Department of Algebra of Charles University in 
Prague.

Requirements for the applicant are a clear commitment to science and 
interest in (some of) the topics of the project: universal algebra, model 
theory (homogeneous structures), Ramsey theory, constraint satisfaction. 
Applications should be sent in electronic form directly to Michael Pinsker 
(marula@gmx.at), and include

-) CV -) publication list -) motivation letter (at most 1 page) -) a copy 
or summary of the PhD thesis (if not finished, a preliminary version) or 
of the most relevant research article.

For full consideration, application before the 15th of April are best. 
Informal inquires by email are encouraged. More mathematical information 
on the project is available at

http://www.dmg.tuwien.ac.at/pinsker/papers/oligo/oligo.pdf