PhD and Postdoc Positions
We offer several PhD and PostDoc positions with two- and three-year contracts (starting 01.01.2019) at full-time or 75% with salaries based on the German TV-L E13 scale. Please find all information on the specific positions on the particular employment websites of the mathematical institutes at the universities, FU Berlin, HU Berlin, and TU Berlin, and at the non-university institutions Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS) and Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB).The current job offers are listed here.
Second Thematic Einstein Semester
"Algebraic Geometry - Varieties, Polyhedra, Computation" in Winter Semester 2019/2020
This Thematic Einstein Semester (TES) will be dedicated to interactions of algebraic geometry with other fields and applications.
The two opening events of the semester
Fall School: September 30 - October 4
Opening Conference: October 7-11
can be taken as for credit classes. No prior algebraic geometry expertise required.
BMS Summer School 2019
"MATHEMATICS OF DEEP LEARNING"
The summer school (August 19-30, 2019 in Berlin) will offer lectures on the theory of deep neural networks, on related questions such as generalization, expressivity, or explainability, as well as on applications of deep neural networks (e.g. to PDEs, inverse problems, or specific real-world problems).
More information can be found here.
Research ProgramMATH+ will start with nine major units for project-oriented research: four Application Areas and five Emerging Fields. In both, mathematicians from a wide range of different disciplines collaborate – with each other and with leading researchers from diverse application fields as well as representatives from industry. Their common goal is to identify abstract structures and to develop mathematical theories and methods for specific practical problems. While the Application Areas will concentrate on key applications based on internationally visible preliminary results and proven Berlin successes, the Emerging Fields will be devoted to pioneering interdisciplinary research in new fields including the social sciences and humanities.
These Research Units are complemented by Transfer Units designed for translational research.