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Assistant professorships

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SNF Förderprofessuren

The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) offers each year a number of assistant professor positions to persons who have either a degree from a Swiss university or Swiss citizenship or who have worked for several years at a Swiss university. With these positions, the host institution can be chosen by the applicant, and we welcome applications choosing our department. Such an application must be sent directly to the SNF; for further information see the SNSF professorships programme.
Since the prior support of the host institution is required, it is most important that applicants inform the department as early as possible. A curriculum vitae, the list of publications, and a research prospectus should reach the department at least two months before the SNF application deadline. The department will decide whether to support the application and communicate its decision to the candidate in time before the SNF application deadline.

Senior scientist positions

Senior scientist in statistics

The Seminar for Statistics (SfS) fills an open scientific staff position with a focus on Computational Statistics and Data Science.

Details and application

Postdoctoral positions

Postdoctoral position in statistics

The Seminar for Statistics (SfS) is looking to fill a postdoctoral position to work with Professors Bühlmann, Maathuis, Meinshausen and van de Geer.

Details and application

Doctoral positions

The ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich run the Zurich Graduate School in Mathematics (ZGSM), which offers several doctoral positions every year. Applicants are invited to send their applications online directly to the ZGSM.

Administrative and technical positions

Administrative and technical positions are published at Vacancies at ETH Zurich.

Teaching assistants (Hilfsassistenz)

The Department of Mathematics takes on students as teaching assistants to give exercise classes. They are part of the regular lectures in mathematics, including those run for other departments. Read more (German)

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