The Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris provides funding for 20 years of post-doctoral fellowships in mathematics and in computer science for the 2020-2021 academic year. Appointed fellows will hold one or two-year positions in affiliated research laboratories, starting in October 2020.
There will be an opening for a Maitre de Conférence position (Assistant Professor) in Mathematical Logic at the University of Paris Diderot in 2020. Set Theory will be one of the priority areas. The hiring procedure in France requires candidates to go through a qualification procedure. This procedure is done by the CNU (ministry committee). More information can be found on the following website:
The deadline for doing this is October 24 2019. The candidates then have till December 17 to upload their file (cv, publications, etc) . The committee then examines the files and the results are announced in February 2020. The actual positions will be announced in March 2020, but in order to apply the candidates already need to have the qualification.
We’re glad to announce the Catania Set Theory and Topology Conference, which will take place at the University of Catania in Italy, February 18-21 2020. Registration is now open at:
Our conference aims to bring together researchers and students working on set theory and its applications to a wide spectrum of areas of mathematics, and in particular to Topology, to discuss the most recent advances and main open problems in the field and
foster collaboration. There will be eight invited lectures and each of the participants can contribute a 20-30 minute talk.
TOPICS: set theoretic topology, forcing, large cardinals, descriptive set theory, PCF theory, cardinal invariants.
Leandro Aurichi (University of São Paulo-São Carlos, Brazil)
Joan Bagaria (University of Barcelona, Spain)
István Juhász (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
Menachem Kojman (Ben Gurion University, Israel)
Menachem Magidor (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Gianluca Paolini (University of Turin, Italy)
Stevo Todorcevic (University of Toronto, Canada and CNRS, Paris)
Lyubomyr Zdomskyy (Kurt Gödel Research Center, Vienna, Austria)
ORGANIZERS: Angelo Bella, Domenico Cantone and Santi Spadaro (University of Catania).
Le Laboratoire de Mathematique Nicolas Oresme ainsi que tout le personnel de l’universite qu’il a cotoye ont l’immense tristesse de vous faire part du deces, mercredi 4 septembre, de leur collegue
Patrick DEHORNOY Professeur emerite
Il est difficile de trouver les mots pour rappeler son engagement dans la Recherche, sa vision scientifique et le role qu’il a pu jouer, tant au niveau local que national, dans le developpement des mathematiques et de leur valorisation.
Ses travaux portent sur la theorie des ensembles et l’algebre. Il est a l’origine de la fondation du LMNO, et a ete le premier directeur scientifique de l’INSMI (Institut National des Sciences Mathematiques et de leurs Interactions).
We are happy to announce that there is going to be a call for a post-doc position (assegno di ricerca) in mathematical logic at the University of Udine, Italy. Priority will be given to applicants whose interest overlaps with those of our group, mainly in reverse mathematics, computability theory and set theory.
The call will open on 23 September 2019 and will close on 14 October 2019. The position must start before 1st February 2020. The duration of the position is for one year, renewable for another year.
Applicants should have a PhD degree at the time of the application.
Salary is standard for Italian post-doc positions (17157.35€ per year) and funds for research travel will be internationally competitive. The position carries no teaching load.
Udine is located in North-Eastern Italy, not far from the Adriatic sea, the Alps, Slovenia and Austria, and less than two hours by train from Venice.