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# Postdoc positions in Harmonic Analysis

## 2020-22

Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (H.F.R.I or ΕΛ.ΙΔ.Ε.Κ.) Grant

Principal Investigator: Mihalis Kolountzakis
Research postdoc positions are available for varying durations in the period 2020-2022.
The subject of the grant concerns mostly the applications of Harmonic Analysis to problems of Discrete Geometry, but this will
be interpreted broadly.
More specifically the grant calls for work in the general area of exponential bases and their relation to tiling problems
(my own list of publications will
give a good idea of the subject).

The candidates should have experience in Harmonic Analysis and/or Discrete Geometry and a good research record.

The gross annual salary begins at roughly 17 thousand euros (depending on experience and family situation) which comes to approximately 1100 euros
net monthly income. This is slightly less than the Lecturer salary in Greece. There is also some travel money.

**29 Jan. 2020:** Informal expressions of interest are invited on a continual basis. Please attach your CV to your email sent to `kolount AT gmail.com`

.

*Of interest mostly to people outside Greece:*

The position is not resticted to Greek or EU citizens but if your PhD is from an institution outside Greece then, before you apply formally, you
must arrange to have your degree "confirmed" by the National Academic Recognition Information Center (NARIC or ΔΟΑΤΑΠ).
Unfortunately this process may take several months to complete (one needs to collect some paperwork and submit it) and costs a few hundred euros.
You can see more detail here about what kind of paperwork one needs to collect.