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Graz University of Technology+University of Graz+University of Leoben Phd positions –in Discrete Mathematics
The Doctoral Program "Discrete Mathematics" (in its third phase 2019–2022) offers up to 24 PhD positions for an advanced PhD training andresearch program.
It is run jointly by
• Graz University of Technology,
• University of Graz,
• University of Leoben.
Deadline for application
April 30, 2019
Range of topics
The range of topics includes the following:
• Commutative and Non-Commutative Algebra
• Number Theory
• Discrete Dynamics and Fractals
• Graph Theory
• Additive and Probabilistic Combinatorics
• Combinatorial Group Theory
• Representation Theory
• Discrete Stochastics
• Combinatorial Optimization
• Geometry & Topology - Discrete and Computational
• Analysis of Algorithms
The doctoral program is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and the supporting universities.
• 24 PhD positions for up to 4 years
• 29.600 EUR per year
• additional funding for extended stays abroad
The positions are assigned to 12 specific research projects within the above areas.
The available projects and the corresponding project leaders are:
• Project 01: Random walk models
Principal investigator: Wolfgang Woess. Description of the project.
• Project 03: Additive theory, zero-sum theory and non-unique factorizations
Principal investigator: Alfred Geroldinger. Description of the project.
• Project 04: Fractal analysis
Principal investigator: Peter Grabner. Description of the project.
• Project 07: Combinatorial optimisation problems
Principal investigator: Bettina Klinz. Description of the project.
• Project 08: Number systems and fractal structures
Principal investigator: Jörg Thuswaldner. Description of the project.
• Project 09: Diophantine approximation
Principal investigator: Robert Tichy. Description of the project.
• Project 10: Subdivision in nonlinear geometries
Principal investigator: Johannes Wallner. Description of the project.
• Project 11: (Geometric) graphs: Flip distances and crossing numbers
Principal investigator: Oswin Aichholzer. Description of the project.
• Project 12: Exchange graphs of triangulations
Principal investigator: Karin Baur. Description of the project.
• Project 13: Additive and combinatorial number theory
Principal investigator: Christian Elsholtz. Description of the project.
• Project 15: Random graphs on a surface
Principal investigator: Mihyun Kang. Description of the project.
• Project 17 (NEW): Computational geometry and topology
Principal investigator: Michael Kerber. Description of the project.
The official language is English.The candidates must exhibit a strong track record of mathematical studies that is equivalent to a master degree which must be valid by the beginning of the contract.
In your application please include the following:
• curriculum vitae (CV)
• a short description of your qualifications and experience (i.e. list or transcript of courses, Diploma or Master thesis)
• a letter describing your scientific interests, possibly in connection with the offered PhD project
• your preferred research topics
• your earliest possible starting date
• confidential reference letters by your master thesis advisor, and if possible by one or two further internationally recognized researchers, being directly sent to discrete@TUGraz.at.
With a view towards increasing the number of female mathematicians, female candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
Where and how to send the application
• Applications should to be sent by email to:
• Application shoud consist of a single pdf-file. Please merge your documents into a single pdf-file.
• It is possible to apply for several projects. Please specify in the e-mail and in the application to which project you're applying for.
• A selection of candidates will be invited for an interview.
• For details about the research projects as well as the formal application criteria, see www.math.tugraz.at/discrete.