Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) aim to support the career development and training of researchers in all scientific disciplines through international and intersectoral mobility.
The fellows carry out their own research project in collaboration with a host institution, which is indicated at the time of their application. Researchers of all ages, nationalities and scientific disciplines can apply.
Postdoctoral Fellowships (MSCA-PF) provide an extremely enriching experience, that enhance the career perspectives for researchers by developing new scientific competences and gaining international and collaborative research experience.
There are more than 200 UCM research groups interested in hosting researchers through MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships.
They are looking for ambitious, creative and scientifically curious researchers who meet the MSCA-PF eligibility criteria.
If you are ready to take the next step in your research career look into our university's host offers.
The Complutense University of Madrid as host institution, through a dedicated European Research Office, supports MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship candidates both in the application process and in managing the grant.
We offer, among other specific support services, an in-depth review of the proposal by experienced advisors: internal deadline to send the draft proposal to office is August 31, 2021.
The next section include information about several UCM supervisors that have expressed their interests to host MSCA experienced researchers in their research group. If you are interested in one of them, you should contact the corresponding Scientific Supervisor directly.
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Discriminants of parametric families of positive toric varieties
Binomial ideals are well established mathematical structures and they are often encountered in applications. Examples of recent applications include Algebraic Statistics and Algebraic Systems Biology. Geometrically a binomial ideal corresponds to the union of several toric varieties. Toric varieties are often described in terms of monomial parametrizations which makes them computationally tractable. In many applications only the nonnegative roots of a polynomial system have physical meaning. For binomial ideals this is especially interesting because at most one irreducible component of their varieties intersects the interior of the positive orthant.
The roots of polynomials often represent modi operandi of dynamical systems. Hence in principle the number of roots has a physical interpretation. It is often the case that measurement data for these systems is noisy, hence it is encoded in a set of parameters. In order to be consistent with this fact, it is crucial that the error bars do not intersect several regions in the space of parameters corresponding to different number of roots. Hence the classification of the parameter space with respect to the number of roots plays a core role. Such classification can be done through the discriminant variety. In the case of systems with positive roots, Sturm Discriminants can be systematically used to classify the parameters. As discriminantal methods heavily depend on elimination ideals, the existence of a binomial basis greatly reduces the computation time through the use of monomial parametrizations.
In this project we propose the use of Gröbner bases and Sturm discriminants for the study of parametric families of positive toric varieties, and their applications.
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Tenure-Track Position for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellowships?
The "Plan de Actuaciones en Profesorado 2020-23 (ES)" of the Complutense University includes among its calls several options for further hiring of researchers with a PhD. All options require an excellent CV and being granted National Accreditation.
Among the requirements for the stabilization of a Researcher to Assistant Professor, it is required that the researcher has spent at least 3 years as a researcher hired by the UCM in a competitive public call.
Global Fellowships are open to researchers currently within or outside Europe who want to move to a Third Country for 1-2 years and then come back to the Complutense University for an additional year. Therefore, researchers who have been awarded a three-year Global Fellowship would be, after the end of the project and with the current regulatory framework, in a position to meet this condition.
In certain situations, it has been possible for a researcher with at least 2 years working at UCM to opt for a position as a junior Associate Professor.