M3ODEL offers several opportunities to strengthen your profile by working in cutting-edge research topics on multiscale modeling through a combined approach of computational skills with experiments and observations of natural phenomena.
Julia is a relatively new programming language, especially designed for high performance and commonly used for numerical analysis and computer sciences. The Julia community at JGU Mainz has grown in the past few years and users can come together to the platform Julia Work Group to learn, discuss, contribute, and exchange knowledge on its capabilities.
We invite post-docs and young researchers to apply for funding to organize workshops and for travel. Applicants need to submit a CV and a proposal specifying the funding purpose and budget requested.
“M3ODEL Excellence in Interdisciplinary Work” Award
This award will be given to the author of the best paper published on that year or the best presentation at the annual meeting. This prize could also be awarded to external people at the junior level to come to Mainz and give a seminar, lecture, or course (1 to several days long). A requirement is to work on interdisciplinary projects.
To apply for this award, please submit a proposal with a budget and a CV of the candidate.
Opportunities for Students
All students are also invited to participate in the M3ODEL Lunch Talks Series.
We offer financial support for graduate students (MSc and PhD) to come to Mainz for up to 6 months and work on a project in one of the participating groups.