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Postdoctoral fellowships FSR post-doc 2018
jueves, 02 de noviembre de 2017

The Institute for Multidisciplinary Research in Quantitative Modelling and Analysis
(IMMAQ) de l'Université catholique de Louvain – Belgium informs you of the launch of the «FSR Post-doc 2018» call for postdoc fellowships by the Université catholique de Louvain. These fellowships – for a period of 24 months – are addressed to researchers who have not stayed or worked in Belgium for more than 12 months over the last 3 years, and with maximum 5 years of postdoctoral experience. Candidates must also apply in parallel to the Mandates of the F.R.S.-FNRS:
The application for a postdoctoral fellowship needs to be supported by the Research Centre in which the applicant intends to work. Interested candidates are invited to follow this procedure:
• For Monday, November 20, 2017: send a CV (first three pages of the application form) and a preliminary project (1-2 pages). This should be sent by email to Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra los robots de spam, necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla .
• Friday, December 8: shortlisted candidates will be informed by the research centre.
• December 8, 2017 to January 29, 2018: Preparation of the application, with the support of the research centre.
• January 29, 2018: deadline for submission of applications: Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra los robots de spam, necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla . Research in IMMAQ is organized around these broad areas.
• Actuarial Sciences
• Economics
• Econometrics
• Finance and Quantitative Finance
• Operations Research
• Statistics and Biostatistics
Here are some examples of general themes that can be supported
• Energy network regulation, efficiency analysis (models and methods, both parametrics and non-parametrics) (Per Agrell)
• Supply chain and international logistics modelling (Per Agrell)
• The economics of digitization (Paul Belleflamme)
• Macroeconomic adjustment in small commodity producing countries (Vincent Bodart)
• Integer programming approaches for large-scale network pricing and design problems (Daniele Catanzaro)
• The chip-firing game on graphs: economic implications and integer programming approaches (Daniele Catanzaro)
• Order Placement Strategies and Retail Investors (Catherine D’hondt and Rudy de Winne)
• Impact Evaluation of Development and Labor Market Interventions (Muriel Dejemeppe, William Parienté and Bruno Van der Linden)
• Stochastic complex systems and stochastic computations for spatial-temporal data (Zhengyuan Gao)
• Convex optimization (François Glineur and Yurii Nesterov)
• Multi-omics data integration in personnalized medicine (Bernadette Govaerts)
• Hedging and pricing of financial derivatives under uncertainty (D. Hainaut)
• Modelling of financial contagion with Hawkes and switching processes (D. Hainaut)
• Macro Finance, term structure of interest rates, forecasting (Leonardo Iania)
• The interaction of Behavioral Economics and Industrial Organization (Johannes Johnen)
• The theory and empirics of poverty and social exclusion (François Maniquet)
• Comparative development and marriage institutions (Fabio Mariani)
• political regimes, conflict and demographic dynamics (Fabio Mariani)
• urban development in pre-industrial economies (Fabio Mariani)
• Evaluation of social impact of social enterprises (Marthe Nyssens)
• Mission drift of social enterprises (Marthe Nyssens)
• Role of social enterprises in the social and ecological transition (e.g. commons, collaborative economy, functional economy) (Marthe Nyssens)
• Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, Government Debt Management (Rigas Oikonomou)
• Application of operations research in power system operations and electricity market analysis, with a specific focus on sustainable growth through demand response and renewable energy integration (Anthony Papavasiliou)
• Graphical models and extreme value analysis (Johan Segers)
• Quantitative and Economic Geography : urban landscape morphometrics; exploring and visualizing spatial big data (Isabelle Thomas)
• Economics of Ageing: the barriers to employment beyond the age of 50 (Vincent Vandenberghe)
• Economics of Ageing: productivity vs dependency (Vincent Vandenberghe)
• Social and economic networks (Vincent Vannetelbosch)
• Globalization and firm-level innovation in developing countries (Gonzague Vannoorenberghe)
• The economics of deep trade agreements (Gonzague Vannoorenberghe)
• Does international trade raise the economic risk faced by firms and employees? (Gonzague Vannoorenberghe)
• Dynamic modeling of stochastic recovery rates with application to credit risk (Frederic Vrins)
• Corporate finance, labor economics and investment (Yue Zhang)
More information :
Séverine Dinjar
Coordinatrice administrative
Université catholique de Louvain
Voie du Roman Pays, 34 – L1.03.01 B-1348-Louvain-la-Neuve
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Tél. 32 (0)10 47 43 41