Postdoc Position in Set Theory in Torino (Italy), 2014-2015


There is an opening for a 16 months post doc position in set theory in the department of mathematics of Torino university starting may 1st 2014 and finishing august 31st 2015. Applicants are required to be less than 35 and must have earned their Ph.D. title. It is also required to the applicants to have at least one publication in a peer reviewed journal in the last three years. The net salary is slightly more than 1400 euros per month which allow for a reasonable living in Torino, extra money for research and travel can be given. The post doc will join the logic group of the department which consists of Matteo Viale, Alessandro Andretta, Riccardo Camerlo (polytechnical university), Daisuke Ikegami (set theory), Domenico Zambella (model theory). In the fall Daisuke Ikegami will leave and Luca Motto Ros (currently in freiburg) will most likely join the group. The selection of applicants will be based on an evaluation of the CV, of the publication records, and of their interests of research which must be in set theory. It is possible to file online the applications creating an account on the italian ministry of education website. If you intend to apply write to in order to get detailed information on the filing procedure.
Applicants can deposit their online registration forms since today up to the 19th of march 2014.
Those passing a first selection will be admitted to a (skype) interview which will take place most likely in the end of march-beginning of April. The position starts at the earliest on may 1st 2014, but the starting (not the ending period) can eventually be delayed.
Due to a very restrictive law on immigration, non EU-applicant should consider that the constraint on the expiration of the grant and the time required to get their working visa may shorten significantly the length of the period in which they can use the grant.

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