Doctorate followed by research activity and at least three years’ teaching experience, including proven experience in supervising doctoral candidates. Highly active in conducting application-related scientific research in the field of mathematics, and cutting-edge academic achievements, documented by a comprehensive list of academic publications for internationally-reviewed journals and publishing houses. Detailed statement by at least one collaborative partner in Germany on the prosposed cooperation as well as by the Director of the Institute or Dean of the relevant institution. Expert reviews by important collaborative partners and academics at the applicant’s own institute and other institutes, if possible not all located in the country where he/she is currently working.
Scholarship Deadline: 31 May 2012
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