Doctoral fellowships in mathematics, theoretical computer science, mathematical and theoretical physics
The Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute (EIMI) invites applications for doctoral fellowships in mathematics, theoretical computer science, mathematical and theoretical physics with a starting date in
September – October 2021.
The program is aimed to support the doctoral students of Saint Petersburg State University (SpbU) and St.Petersburg Department of V.A.Steklov Institute of Mathematics (PDMI). The successful candidates will be employed by EIMI and provided a competitive salary of 70,000 rub./month. Health insurance and a subsidy covering modest lodging expences (full or partial) can be also provided. The doctoral students are expected to conduct research with the aim of obtaining the PhD degree and to actively participate in the activities of the EIMI, SPbU and PDMI, including teaching, seminar and other research and educational events.
- Good command of both spoken and written English
- Strong mathematical skills and academic excellency
- Dedication to mathematical research
- Applicants are strongly advised to inform themselves beforehand about possible PhD topics and scientific advisors, and to explain their preferences in their essay and cover letter (check, for example, web sites of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science and PDMI for the list of possible areas and advisors: https://math-cs.spbu.ru/en/research-areas-en/ and http://www.pdmi.ras.ru/pdmi/en/laboratories )
The procedure consists of two parts — selection for the fellowship and official enrollment approval.
For the selection stage the applications must be written in English or Russian and emailed to email@example.com containing
- Cover letter substantiating the reasons for applying to this program at Euler institute
- An essay, outlining the research topics the applicant aims to investigate (it can be based on the applicant’s Master’s thesis and/or scientific publications)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Copies of Master’s/Specialist’s diploma with grade transcripts (in the case the diploma is absent at the time of submission, a transcript of records with the grades confirming the applicant’s most recent assessment is required)
- Preprints/published papers (if available)
- Names of at least two senior scientists who are willing to write a letter of recommendation for the candidate (they might be contacted by us)
Applications can be submitted from December 21, 2020 through February 28, 2021.
Applications are evaluated by the Admission Panel, and may include a personal interview (through zoom or skype or a similar interface)
After successfully passing the selection stage the candidate will be directed to enroll either to the doctoral program of SPbU or PDMI.
- Scientific questions are advised to be addressed to the corresponding potential PhD advisor.
- Administrative questions should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org