The Bézout Labex / Research Federation is a member of the MathInGreaterParis, funded by the European Commission under the Horizon2020 research and innovation programme, with its partners FSMP and FMJH. The program will cofund post-doctoral positions in the Paris area; the complementary funding is provided through the Bézout Labex.
Via this programme, we can offer in total 4 years of post-doctoral positions between 2022 and 2026 for the perimeter of the Bézout Labex / Research Federation. In particular, we offer one 2-year post-doctoral position starting around October 2022; the deadline is December 1st, 2021. See all details on the MathInGreaterParis webpage.
If you wish to apply for such a post-doctoral position for the perimeter of the Bézout Labex / Federation (in one of the laboratories CERMICS, LAMA, or LIGM, with the caveat that these positions are oriented thematically towards mathematics and theoretical computer science), please contact a professor in this laboratory who is close to your research interests.
Of course, individual researchers from our laboratories may offer post-doctoral positions on an individual basis, through grants.
Historical notes. The Bézout Labex has recently supported three post-doctoral researchers:
- Lama Tarsissi (2018-2020), hosted by Yukiko Kenmochi (LIGM) and Pascal Romon (LAMA) in the context of the Bézout project Shifting of regular tilings;
- Marcos Cossarini (2019), hosted by Stéphane Sabourau (LAMA) with interactions with Alfredo Hubard (LIGM) in the context of the Bézout project Min-max theory and computational geometry led by Laurent Hauswirth, LAMA);
- Regan Baucke, hosted by Vincent Leclère (CERMICS), supported by the DIM Math Innov, of which the Bézout Federation is a member.