Since 1998 the Banach Center is a member of European Post-Doctoral Institute for Mathematical Sciences (EPDI), a network of 11 European research institutes, which offer a number of post-doctoral fellowships each year.
The EPDI was founded in October 1995 with the common goal to encourage the mobility of young scientists on a European scale. Each year, 5 laureates (either European, or with a PhD validated in Europe) and 1 Japanese fellow of all mathematical background, are selected by an International Jury on the basis of excellence. Candidates should propose an itinerary with visits to at least 2 EPDI institutes, conducting scientific activities related to the areas of interest of the candidate. The duration of visits may vary, but should in principle not exceed 12 months.
Please, take a look at EPDI flyer for more information.
Banach Center hosts EPDI fellows visiting it for at least 3 months either:
willing to collaborate with mathematicians at Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. EPDI applicants should contact potential collaborators and obtain an acceptance letter from their research group;
willing to participate in BC-IMPAN Research Programme. EPDI applicants should contact the Programme main coordinator, Professor Stanisław Janeczko, through the Banach Center office.