Job: Applied Mathematics – Harmonic Analysis in Aveiro, Portugal, closing 30 Aug. 2007

1. Job description


  • Job/Fellowship Reference: C2007-UA/MAT.APLIC/01
  • Main research field: Mathematics
  • Sub research field: Applied mathematics

Job summary:

One Auxiliary Researcher position is available at the Research Unit “Matemática e Aplicações” (UIMA) of University of Aveiro for the period of one year, renewable up to five years. Requirements: PhD in Mathematics, with research experience of at least 3 years after his/her degree (see announcement for details). Job description: to reinforce the research work within the area of harmonic analysis and its applications to signal processing, inverse problems and Radon transforms.

Job description:

In the framework of the five-year research project, financed by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, one researcher position at “Investigador Auxiliar” level is available at the Research Unit “Matemática e Aplicações” (UIMA) of University of Aveiro beginning Fall 2007. For this position we seek a highly motivated candidate. He/she is expected to:

– perform research work within the research group “Complex and Hypercomplex Analysis”, in topics as harmonic analysis, reconstruction of analytic signals based on sparse frame representations, its numerical implementation, as well as developing adequate software, and its application to inverse problems;

– actively participate in the Research Unit “Mathematics and Applications” seminars, organizing advanced lecture series and participating in the organization of national and international conferences, supervise PhD and Master thesis students, as well as to collaborate with the Mathematics Department of University of Aveiro and Research Unit “Mathematics and Applications” in the ongoing activities to promote the public awareness of science.

The candidate should have a PhD in a relevant area for the application, completed at least three years ago. Interdisciplinary experience will be valorised. No teaching load is attached.

Applicants are required to provide a presentation letter, curriculum vitae, up to 5 selected papers in relevant fields for the application and up to two letters of recommendation. All documents must be submitted in electronic form via and

For further details, please check:

Informal enquiries can be made to P. Cerejeiras at .

  • Vacant posts: 1
  • Type of contract: Contrato a termo certo
  • Job country: Portugal
  • Job city: Aveiro
  • Job company/institute: Universidade de Aveiro

Application deadline: 30 Agosto 2007
(The Application’s deadline must be confirmed on the Job Description)

2. Organization contact data

Organization/institute: Universidade de Aveiro – C2007

Campus Universitário de Santiago
Aveiro – 3810-193

3. Required education Level

Degree: PhD in Mathematics, with a research experience of at least 3 years after their degree.

Degree field: Mathematics

4. Required languages


  • Language: English
  • Priority: High
  • Reading: Excelent
  • Writing: Excelent
  • Comprehension: Excelent
  • Conversation: Excelent

5. Required research experience


  • Main Research Field: Mathematics
  • Research Sub-Field: Applied mathematics
  • Years of Research Experience: 3 years

6. Selection Committee


  • Name: Luis P. Castro
  • Name: Paula Cerejeiras
  • Name: Uwe Kähler
  • Name: Wolfgang Sprössig
  • Name: Gerd Teschke


Prof. Dr. Uwe Kaehler
Departamento de Matematica
Universidade de Aveiro
P-3810-193 Aveiro


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