Candidates whose mathematical expertise can contribute to the further development of the life sciences, especially in the themes Mathematics in Systems Biology and Ecology and Risk Assessment in Food Safety and Health.
Relevant expertises include, but are not limited to, applied analysis, dynamical systems, pattern formation, data assimilation, (stochastic) differential equations, mathematical modelling, mathematical biology and mathematical ecology.
In addition to mathematical expertise, we expect candidates to have an active interest in life sciences and be able to translate life science problems into mathematical modelling questions.
We expect that you possess, or develop, skills in writing research proposals and in attracting PhDs and external funding.
Furthermore, you should be a stimulating teacher, and contribute to the international profile of the group.