Mathematics Clusters
Programme

Mathematics Clusters

Mathematics Clusters aims to create attractive jobs with good career prospects in scientific education and research. They also increase the opportunities for innovation in mathematics. There are four mathematics clusters since 2005. The individual clusters are broadly concerned with algebra, non-linear dynamics of natural systems, stochastics and the intersection of physics and mathematics. Nine universities and the Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science (CWI) participate.

Twelve Tenure Track positions

Twelve tenure track positions in mathematics will become available in 2013. Excellent researchers can apply in several expertise areas of mathematics. The available locations are spread all over The Netherlands.
Overview of the available positions