The main task in the position is to do research in the Systems Theory Research Group at TUT on the topics of robust control for partial diﬀerential equations and distributed parameter systems, and analysis of stability of abstract diﬀerential equations. The particular research topics will be discussed and planned to ﬁt the research background and the main interests of the applicant. The position involves research both independently and in a research group, as well as in collaboration with international partners.
The applicant is required to hold a PhD degree in mathematics. In addition, a PhD in control engineering with a strong mathematical emphasis may be considered. The topic of the PhD or the subsequent research of the applicant should be related to the main research themes of the position. The Phd degree must be completed by 31 December 2017. The applicant is expected to have experience working as a researcher in mathematics, either in the ﬁeld of control theory or in functional analysis. Extensive knowledge in the theory of inﬁnite-dimensional control systems, partial diﬀerential equations and operator theory are essential. Additional knowledge and research experience, especially on the theory of strongly continuous semigroups, numerical methods for partial diﬀerential equations, engineering applications of control theory are considered a bonus. Previous international academic and research experience is appreciated in the application.
We offer an inspiring and supportive work environment where you are encouraged to follow your ideas and develop your skills in academic research. We are proud that with the extensive academic and departmental support, our students have an excellent track record for successful completion of their PhD degrees.
The salary will be based on both the job demands and the employee's personal performance in accordance with the University Salary System. According to the criteria applied to teaching and research staff the position of a postdoctoral researcher is placed on the job demands levels 5-6. In addition, employees receive performance based salary.
Trial period of 4 months applies for all new employees
The position will be filled for a fixed-term period of two years from 1 January 2018 onwards or as mutually agreed.
Assistant professor Lassi Paunonen, (lassi.paunonen _ at _ tut.ﬁ), website: http://matriisi.ee.tut.fi/sysgroup/
Applications must be submitted through the University’s online application form in English. The closing date for applications is on 30.11.2017.
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Early applications are encouraged. Applicants may be contacted and interviewed already during the application period. Additional information on attachments to applications.
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