Two post-doctoral research fellowships are available at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Oslo, where the projects are led by Associate Professor Andreas Carlson. The successful candidate is capable of conceptual thinking, is looking forward to learning new techniques, has good communication skills and is well organized. Experience in multidisciplinary research and knowledge of basic methods in membrane modelling, biophysics, numerical simulations of PDE’s and/or fluid mechanics is highly beneficial. Potential candidates must have completed or about to complete a PhD degree in physics, biophysics, applied mathematics, mechanics or similar, with publications in internationally well-regarded, peer-reviewed scientific journals. Applicants with publications in press are also considered. Starting date for the position is flexible, but 01.09.2017 at the latest.