for International Research and Education
program at the Courant Institute involves faculty from Courant-NYU,
Educational and training activities are primarily at the postdoctoral and PhD student levels but with some availability of undergraduate summer internships.
Applications are invited for postdoctoral positions at NYU's Courant
Institute of Mathematical Sciences, funded by the NSF PIRE award Percolative
and Disordered Systems: A US-Brazil-Netherlands Based International
Collaboration. Candidates should have received a doctorate
mathematics, physics, or another related field, and have background in
more aspects of random spatial processes. Full appointments are
years with two semesters spent at one or more of our international
sites. While in residence in
Applicants are requested to submit current CV, research and teaching statements, and references through www.mathjobs.org. All applicants should indicate potential supervisors among the PIRE faculty.
The applicants should request that all letters of recommendation are
submitted on-line, if possible. Hardcopy letters should be send to PIRE
postdoc search, c/o Sarah Bellows,
Applications are invited for doctoral fellowships at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, jointly funded by the NSF PIRE award Percolative and Disordered Systems and NYU. Applications are welcome from applicants whose research interests and background match the interests of PIRE faculty.
The applications should be submitted directly to NYU's PhD program
Accepted PhD students will be expected to complete the requirements of
program they enroll in and as well as the additional PIRE opportunity
semester spent abroad at an international partner institution.
encourages and will provide opportunities for collaboration with
our partnering institutions abroad.
Applicants should indicate their interest in the PIRE program in the application, and send a message to pire at cims.nyu.edu requesting that the application be considered for PIRE funding.