Transforming the World
The MATH+ Postdoctoral Program addresses early-stage postdoctoral researchers across all mathematical fields from around the world. They are given the opportunity to carry out their own ambitious research agenda, either within the BMS Dirichlet Postdoctoral Program or within one of the MATH+ research projects.
Being a MATH+ Postdoc helps them grow as independent researchers, helps them to create their own scientific network, and enables them to gain new experiences and qualifications for their future careers. In this respect, MATH+ provides a rich scientific environment and the means to collaborate with researchers within MATH+ and beyond.
The MATH+ postdoctoral researchers gain particular visibility in a biannual (postdoc-organized) postdoc conference coordinated with the BMS Days in February, which took place for the first time in February 2019. In addition, the postdoctoral researchers have ample opportunities to gain teaching, supervisory, and mentoring experience in the framework of the BMS teaching program – with the opportunity to obtain help, feedback, or advice, either individually from mentors on the MATH+ Faculty, or in complementary skills workshops and courses, or through events offered by the university.