The Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Science at Tübingen University, Germany, invites applications for the position of
Full Professor (W3) of Mathematical Physics
The position is due to commence on April 1, 2020.
The successful candidate has a proven international record of outstanding research in the field of mathematical physics, preferably with reference to mathematical quantum theory and/or mathematical statistical physics. The applicant will be expected to teach a broad variety of classes in mathematical physics and some of these classes should be taught in English. The successful candidate will be expected to secure external grants and to collaborate on department projects with other institutions as well as to fulfill teaching obligations, especially in the Bachelor and Master programs, and also to participate in faculty governance.
Required qualifications include a PhD or equivalent international degree and postdoctoral qualifications equivalent to the requirements for tenure. This includes evidence of teaching effectiveness.
The University of Tübingen is particularly interested in increasing the number of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages women candidates to apply.
In line with its internationalization agenda, the university welcomes applications from researchers outside Germany.
Applications from equally qualified candidates with disabilities will be given preference.
Applications with supporting documents (cover letter, curriculum vitae, list of publications and teaching experience, diplomas/certificates), a research statement including collaboration plans as well as a teaching statement, along with the completed application form (https://uni-tuebingen.de/en/faculties/faculty-of-science/faculty/service-downloads/#c608746) should be sent by e-mail as a single PDF-file (max. 10 MB) to the Dean of the Faculty of Science, University of Tübingen, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rosenstiel (email@example.com) by December 13, 2019. Enquiries may be directed to this address.
UNESCO establishes International Day of Mathematics. From now on every year on 14 March people worldwide will celebrate the International Day of Mathematics. On www.idm314.org you find more information on planned activities and opportunities to participate.
The educational game Ganita (Sanskrit for mathematics), developed by Prof. Dr. Carla Cederbaum and Anja Fetzer, is suitable for pupils in grades 5 to 7. It is available free of charge from imaginary.org/de/hands-on/ganita for download and printout. A teachers' booklet is in preparation.
In October 2019 Dr. Judith Alcock-Zeilinger starts a two-year Alexander von Humboldt fellowship at our department. She will do research on representation theory of compact Lie groups.
The Department of Mathematics offers two preparatory mathematics courses for mathematics and science students, respectively (more information in German).
On 9 and 10 October there will be a training for mathematics teaching assistants (more information in German).
On 2-6 September 2019 Roderich Tumulka and Matthias Lienert organize a Summer School on Paradoxes in Quantum Physics on the Island of Hvar, Croatia.
May 12 is the birthday of Maryam Mirzakhani (1977-2017), the first (and so far only) woman who won a Fields Medal. +++ On May 12, and during the whole month, events celebrating women in maths take place worldwide. +++ may12.womeninmaths.org +++ The department of mathematics presents female mathematicians from Tübingen in a social media campaign: We post pictures of students, former students, teachers, postdocs, professors on instagram and facebook. +++ www.instagram.com/gleichmathe +++ www.facebook.com/gleichmathe +++ #may12womeninmaths #tuebingen
Prof. Dr. Sam Payne, University of Texas, Austin, receives the Max Planck-Humboldt Research Medal. With the pize money of 60.000 Euro Sam Payne plans to research stays at the University of Tübingen where he will cooperate closely with the research group of Prof. Dr. Hannah Markwig in the area of Tropical Geometry. (Press release, Portrait of the prize winner)
The exhibition Women of Mathematics (6.-16. November 2018 Hörsaalzentrum auf der Morgenstelle) offers a glimpse into the world of mathematics through photographs and excerpts of interviews of thirteen women mathematicians throughout Europe.
During the winter term 18/19 Prof. Dr. Anna-Maria von Pippich will teach at the Department of Mathematics as a TEA Guest Professor.
Screening of the award winning film "The discrete charm of geometry" by Ekaterina Eremenko, showing how modern mathematical team work is carried out, will be shown on Wednesday, September 26, at 7pm in Kupferbau, Lecture Hall 22.
Summer School "Topological recursion" of the SFB TRR 195 and the Research Training Group “Experimental and constructive algebra” takes place at the department from August, 27-31.
Prof. Dr. Christian Lubich gives a plenary lecture at the International Congress of Mathematicians 2018 in Rio de Janeiro.
Since 2007 the University of Tübingen annually advertises an award for especially sustainable teaching and dedication for students. In 2017 the teaching award of the University of Tübingen is awarded to JProf. Dr. Carla Cederbaum and Dr. Stefan Keppeler from the department of mathematics. [more -- in German]
Prof. Dr. Simon Brendle, Distinguished Guest Professor at the Department of Mathematics, wins the Fermat Prize 2017.
Starting from October 2017 and yearly afterwards, the Mathematics Department and the Physics Department at the University of Tübingen are jointly offering an international two year Master Program in Mathematical Physics.
Sophia Jahns, PhD student at the Department of Mathematics, wins the International Fatma Moalla Award for the Popularization of Mathematics 2017 of the Tunisian Women Mathematicians' Association.
The F.A.Z.-Magazin, in its issue 52 (page 42/43) [in German], tells the story of the (re-)discovery of early works by Rudolf Diesel at the Department of Mathematics.
From 24 to 26 July 2017 the Young Researchers School on Image Processing and Computer Vision will offer PhD students and post-docs in mathematics and applied sciences the possibility to learn about these topics from prominent experts and participate actively to discussions.