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Job: Postdoctoral Positions at the European Center for Time-Frequency Analysis
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Karlheinz Groechenig (

PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2005 12:35 pm    
Subject: Job: Postdoctoral Positions at the European Center for Time-Frequency Analysis
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The newly founded ``European Center for Time-Frequency Analysis'' (EUCETIFA) in the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Vienna announces several openings for Postdoctoral Positions starting in fall 2005.

EUCETIFA is a Marie-Curie Excellence Center funded by the EU to advance research and applications of mathematical time-frequency analysis. See for a project summary. Areas of interest include time-varying systems and
pseudodifferential operators, harmonic analysis with time-frequency methods, and their numerical analysis.

Candidates are expected to collaborate with members of the EUCETIFA group on a specific project. The group is looking for mathematicians
with one to five years of experience after their Ph. D. and one of the following profiles:

(a) Strong background in mathematical time-frequency analysis, harmonic analysis, or functional analysis, and established potential for independent research.

(b) Experience in numerical analysis or computational mathematics and the willingness to apply the expertise to problems in time-frequency analysis.

(c) Experience in electrical engineering (communication theory, signal and image processing) and a strong mathematical background (degree in
engineering nay be acceptable).

The positions are one to three years starting from October 1, 2005, the working language will be English. Recruitment will observe the objectives of the FP6-initiative of the EU and emphasize the transnational European character of the team. The University of Vienna is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women and minorities.

Applicands should enter their data via the website

Applications should be sent via email to one of the addresses below as a single pdf-file of their curriculum vitae including a list of publications and a brief description of prior research. Moreover, two letters of recommendation should be arranged to be sent to the address given
below. Review of applications will start on March 15 until positions are filled. The contact address (also for further information) is

Prof.~Hans G.~Feichtinger or Prof.~Karlheinz Gr\"ochenig
University of Vienna
Faculty of Mathematics
Nordbergstrasse 15
A-1090 Wien, AUSTRIA
FAX: xx 43-1-4277-50690
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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