The section of Mathematics of the University of Geneva offers a two-year postdoctoral position in Probability and Mathematical Physics in the group of Prof Hugo Duminil-Copin.

The position can possibly be extended by one year.

All candidates with a background in Probability or Mathematical Physics, and interested in working on the mathematical and physical aspects of Probability Theory, are encouraged to apply.

The successful applicants will work in the group of Hugo Duminil-Copin, with possible collaborations with the groups of Antti Knowles, Stanislav Smirnov, Vincent Vargas and Yvan Velenik.

The starting salary will be approximately 81'347 CHF per year. The positions come with a light teaching duty.

Requirements. Candidates must hold a PhD either in Mathematics, Statistics, or Theoretical Physics. The selection will be based on the excellence of previous scientific achievements and the quality of the scientific project.

Start date The start date will be September 1st 2024.

Contact The application should contain the following documents and has to be sent to charlotte(dot)guarino(at) before December 15th, 2023:
- Curriculum Vitae, including a list of publications,
- A short research statement,
- Two recommendation letters addressed by the authors directly to the email above.

Voici une liste de mes étudiants en thèse et en postdoctorat (actuels et passés)
Below is a list of my Phd students and postdocs (current and past)

Christoforos Panagiotis (Postdoc, started 2020)

Romain Panis (Phd, started 2020)

Trishen Gunaratnam (Postdoc, started 2020)

Matthias Kloeckner (Phd, started 2019)

Alex Karrila (Postdoc, finished 2020, now associate professor in Abo Akademi)

Giovanni Antinucci (Postdoc, finished 2020, now working outside of academia)

Dmitry Krachun (Phd, started 2018)

Pierre-François Rodriguez (Postdoc, finished 2020, now lecturer Imperial college)

Mendes Oulamara (Phd, finished 2022)

Subhajit Goswami (Postdoc, finished 2020, now reader at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research of Mumbai)

Franco Severo (Phd student, finished 2020, now postdoc at ETH)

Jhih-Huang Li (Phd student, finished 2017, now assistant professor at the national university of Taiwan)

Aran Raoufi (Phd student, finished 2017, now working outside academia)

Daria Smirnova (Phd student, finished 2018)

Matan Harel (finished 2017, now Assistant Professor Northeastern University)

Ioan Manolescu (finished 2015, now Full Professor in Fribourg)

Vincent Tassion (finished 2016, now Associate Professor in ETH Zurich)