The Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics of the University of Vienna announces the position of a
Full Professor of Mathematics and Finance (Finanzwirtschaft und Mathematik)
(full time position under private law). The University of Vienna intends to increase the number of women on its faculty, particularly in high-level positions, and therefore specifically invites applications by women. Among equally qualified applicants women will receive preferential consideration.
It is required that the candidate has an excellent publication record in high quality international journals with emphasis in Mathematical Methods in Finance, such as Financial Stochastic Processes, Financial Modelling, Risk Management and the Analysis of Financial Data. Finance is understood in a broader sense and may also include commodity markets (such as energy markets) and insurance markets.
It is required that the candidates have spent most of the previous five years working abroad and are currently not working in Austria.
We expect that the future professor contributes to strengthen the reputation of our Department of Statistics and Decision Support Systems at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, in close cooperation with group of Professor Schachermayer at the Department of Mathematics.
Teaching is required for students in our Master programs in
Moreover, teaching activities are expected for PhD students, especially in the framework of the "Vienna Graduate School of Finance" and the "Abraham Wald PhD Program" Occasionally, courses may be required on the bachelor level or for students in economics.
Successful candidates will have the following qualifications:
The University of Vienna offers:
Candidates should send an application containing at least the following documents:
Applications in English should be submitted per e-mail (preferably as pdf attachments) to the Dean´s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than October 1st, 1010 with reference 7/2010
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