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Two-year Post-doc Position in Padua - Expression of Interest

We invite scholars to express their interest for a two-year post-doc position at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Padova. The position is funded through the research project “MeCoGa – mean field control and games” of the University of Padova, principal investigator Alekos Cecchin.

Requirements and project
We seek candidates with the aspiration to contribute to the research project “MeCoGa – mean field control and games” of the University of Padova. Candidates must hold, or be about to obtain, a PhD in mathematics, applied mathematics, or a related field, and should possess a relevant record of publications.

Expertise in research related to mean field games or mean field control problems is preferable, but not mandatory. The project may also involve applications to financial and energy markets, including numerical studies. In general, candidates should have carried out research in probability, analysis, or financial mathematics.

The position holder is expected to undertake rigorous and innovative research, publish in high quality international journals, and contribute to the research activities of the Department. There are no teaching duties associated with the position.

The post-doc position is for a two-year fixed-term contract.

Appointments are full-time and the salary is about 2k€ net per month.

The call for application will open in the next few months. The starting date of the contract is expected to be between September and December 2024.

About the group
The research will be conducted at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Padova within an interdisciplinary group composed of pure and applied mathematicians working on mean field games and mean field control. Some details about the group can be found at https://sites.google.com/view/mfgrt-in-padova/home-page .

Expression of Interest
To express your interest in this position please send by April 20 a CV and a Motivation Letter to alekos.cecchin@unipd.it or to fischer@math.unipd.it .

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