Junior Professorship (W1) in Mathematical Economics
We are looking for outstanding, internationally visible candidates in
research and teaching who are qualified by excellent publications in
one of the research areas of the Center for Mathematical Economics.
Interdisciplinary research and teaching across faculties traditionally
plays an important role at the Center for Mathematical Economics. We
expect participation in the existing and planned joint third-party
funded projects of the Center, the Faculty of Economics and Business
Administration, and other faculties, especially in the
interdisciplinary context. The connection to the Collaborative Research
Center 1283 `` Taming Uncertainty and Profiting from Randomness ... ’’
plays an important role for this professorship. We are looking for
young researchers who can make a significant contribution to the
economic sub-projects of the Collaborative Research Center; potential
topics include dynamic game theory (differential games, mean-field
games) as well as the analysis of financial markets (equilibrium models
in continuous time), industrial dynamics (dynamic I.O.) or complex
decisions under uncertainty (e.g. recursive dynamic utility).
Teaching is to be provided in the research-oriented Master and Bachelor programs of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, especially in Mathematical Economics.
The prerequisites for the position are a university degree, pedagogical aptitude and the special ability for scientific work, which is usually demonstrated by the outstanding quality of a doctorate.
The position is initially for three years, and can be extended to six years after a positive evaluation.
Applications from suitably qualified handicapped and severely handicapped persons are explicitly encouraged.
Bielefeld University has received a number of awards for its achievements in the provision of equal opportunity and has been recognized as a family-friendly university. The university welcomes applications from women. Applications are handled according to the state's equal opportunity statutes.
Applications with the usual documents (curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, list of publications with identification of up to 10 most important publications, a 2-page research and teaching concept) should preferably be submitted till June 5, 2020 to:
Center for Mathematical Economics (IMW)
Postfach 10 01 31
or by e-mail as a single PDF file to: IMW@uni-bielefeld.de
Please refrain from submitting application folders and submit photocopies only, as the application documents will be destroyed at the end of the selection procedure.
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