Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d) | Research Data Management / Research Software Engineering

Scientist Magdeburg
Complex Systems Computer Science Mathematics

Job Code: MaRDI5

Job Offer from September 10, 2021

The Computational Methods in Systems and Control Theory group at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems in Magdeburg invites applications as a Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d).

Job description

The position is part of the third-party funded NFDI Consortium “Mathematical Research Data Initiative” (MaRDI), representing the field of mathematics in the German National Research Data Initiative (NFDI). The designated goal is to realize the FAIR Data Principles across the entire field of mathematics and its applications. Our goal is the development of both an extensive  enchmark collection and a benchmark framework for the evaluation and comparison of emerging algorithms on predefined test sets using comparable metrics. This includes developments  of metadata and ontologies as well as the development of appropriate software tools in the context of Model Order Reduction and related fields of the Computational Sciences and  Engineering. The position is also intended to support the project management, to represent the MPI Magdeburg in MaRDI task area meetings, and in work groups of the NFDI.

Type of position

Full-time position as research data manager (m/f/d) / research software engineer (m/f/d)

Starting date

As soon as possible, but no earlier than October 1, 2021.

Runtime

The position is limited until September 30, 2026. (A prolongation for the period 2026–2031 is
aspired.)

Expected requirements

We expect

  • An above average PhD in mathematics or a related field,
  • Ability to perform independent scientific work, problem solving, and presentation of results,
  • Demonstrated expertise in at least one of the areas of
    • Research data management and research software engineering,
    • Knowledge of partial differential equation numerics and scientific computing,
    • Knowledge of model order reduction and surrogate modelling.

We offer

A warm working atmosphere in an international and interdisciplinary team with challenging research questions and access to high quality software and hardware resources. In addition, we offer opportunities for work-life balance and health promotion.

Payment

The payment corresponds to the guidelines of the collective agreement for the public service (E14 TVöD-Bund) including corresponding social benefits.

Applications

Applicants please send their documents (preferably by E-Mail) with the reference " MaRDI5 " to the following contact:

Prof. Dr. Peter Benner
Sandtorstraße 1
39106 Magdeburg
Germany

Email:  sek-csc@mpi-magdeburg.mpg.de

The Max Planck Society is committed to increasing the number of individuals with disabilities in its workforce and therefore encourages applications from such qualified individuals. Furthermore, the Max Planck Society seeks to increase the number of women in those areas where they are underrepresented and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply.

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