We will organize five workshops at the Erwin Schrödinger Institute in Vienna within the thematic program Computational Uncertainty Quantification: Mathematical Foundations, Methodology and Data in summer 2020:
I gave the faculty talk entitled Nanoscale Sensors for Biomolecule Detection and DNA/RNA Sequencing: Theory and Applications at the VICEM Diploma Thesis Award Ceremony.
A position for a PhD student is available within a cooperation with the University of Udine, the details are here.
The position has been filled in the meantime.
From left to right: Gudmund Pammer, Amirreza Khodadadian, Caroline Geiersbach, Leila Taghizadeh, Benjamin Stadlbauer, Gerhard Tulzer, Clemens Heitzinger. (Not shown: Andreas Buttinger-Kreuzhuber, Gregor Mitscha-Eibl.)
I am looking for excellent and well-motivated
You should have an excellent background in (stochastic) partial differential equations and/or numerical analysis. You should be able to write numerical codes in systems such as Julia, Matlab, or Mathematica.
If you are interested or have any question, just send me an email. If you want to apply, please send me your CV and a transcript.
... biete ich am Institut für Analysis und Scientific Computing innerhalb des START-Projekts an.