Postdoctoral positions in mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Einstein Institute of Mathematics at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem is soliciting applications for postdoctoral positions, to be hosted by one of the faculty members listed below.
Candidates must hold a PhD in mathematics, or expect to be awarded one by the end of the calendar year of the start of the position, and at the time of appointment must be no more than 5 years from receiving their PhD.
The positions are pure research positions and do not carry teaching
duties. Funding is available through faculty members' research grants,
Lady Davis Fellowships, or other external sources.
Support for academic travel and other expenses may be available.
Applications should be sent to the email below and should include:
 Name of prospective host
 Curriculum Vitae.
 Publication list.
 3 letters of recommendation, to be sent directly by the author of the letter (not the applicant).
Applications will be considered on a continual basis and can be made at any time.
List of hosts  The list below is nonexhaustive list. Other members of our faculty may have postdoctoral positions available.
For inquiries please contact hannac@savion.huji.ac.il or the relevant faculty member directly.
Name  Area of research 
Karim Adiprasito  Combinatorics, geometric topology, algebraic geometry 
Omer BenNeria  Logic, Set theory 
Yoel Groman  Symplectic Geometry 
Or Hershkovits  Geometric Analysis 
Mike Hochman  Dynamical systems, ergodic theory and fractal geometry 
Gil Kalai  Combinatorics 
David Kazhdan  Representation Theory 
Ori GurelGurevich  Probability, random walks, random graphs, probabalistic algorithms 
Elon Lindenstrauss  Homogeneous dynamics, ergodic theory, number theory, additive combinatorics 
Cy Maor  Mathematics of materials science, elasticity, calculus of variations 
Eran Nevo  Combinatorics with connections to commutative algebra, topology, geometry and convexity 
Ohad Noy Feldheim  Probability, Gaussian processes, discrete probability, extremal combinatorics 
Zlil Sela  Geometric group theory, Model theory 
Ari Shnidman  Number theory, arithmetic geometry, automorphic forms 
Evgeny Strahov  Random matrix theory, Integrable probability 
Michael Temkin  Nonarchimedean geometry, Birational geometry, Resolution of singularities 
Alexander Yom Din  Representation theory 
Tamar Ziegler  Ergodic theory, number theory, additive combinatorics 
