AARMS postdoctoral fellowships attract talented young mathematical scientists from around the world to pursue advanced research.   The next competition will start in Fall 2021.  We highly recommend that you read the RULES before applying.

Current postdoctoral fellows

Blake Keeler

Blake Keeler bio TBA.

Juan Margalef

Juan Margalef completed his Ph.D. in mathematical physics in 2018 under the supervision of Fernando Barbero and Eduardo Villaseñor. He did his first postdoc at Penn State University with Abhay Ashtekar. Currently, he is a postdoc at MUN with Ivan Booth and Hari Kunduri. His work revolves around the mathematical aspects of General Relativity and Field Theories. His main achievement is the development of the relative bicomplex framework, an essential generalization of the standard covariant phase space in the presence of boundaries, which has been used by him and his collaborators to solve several long-lasting problems. His goal now is to apply these techniques to some horizons problems in which the group of MUN is a world-leading expert. Juan Margalef is also passionate about science communication and outreach.

Geoffrey Vooys

Geoffrey Vooys completed his PhD at the University of Calgary in Summer 2021 specializing in arithmetic geometry and category theory. He is now working as a postdoctoral fellow under the supervision of Dorette Pronk at Dalhousie. Geoff's main research interests primarily include equivariant geometry, arithmetic geometry, (higher) category theory, descent theory, and applications of geometry and category theory to the Langlands Programme for p-adic groups.

Nomaan X

Nomaan X completed his PhD at the Raman research institute in April 2021 working on various aspects of quantum field theory on causal sets. He is going to join the gravity group at the University of New Brunswick. Nomaan's research interests include causal sets, discrete geometry and more broadly, computational methods in quantum gravity. He is also interested in classical and semi-classical general relativity.

Past postdoctoral fellows

  • Matthew Amy, Dalhousie 2019-21
  • Marzieh Bayeh, Dalhousie 2016-18
  • Roslaind Cameron, Memorial 2017-19
  • Evgeny Chibrikov, Memorial 2009-11
  • Alin Ciuperca, University of New Brunswick 2009-11
  • Kia Dalili, Dalhousie 2005-07
  • Pranabesh Das, Dalhousie 2021-22
  • Marco de Cesare, University of New Brunswick 2018-20
  • Chris Duffy, Dalhousie 2015-17
  • Jonathan Gallagher, Dalhousie 2019-21
  • Mahya Ghandehari, Dalhousie 2010-12
  • Alexei Gordienko, Memorial 2010-12
  • Daniele Gregoris, Dalhousie 2015-17
  • Nathan Grieve, UNB 2015-17
  • Thomas Guedenon, Mount Allison 2003-05
  • Rebecca Hammond, Acadia 2007-09
  • Sigbjorn Hervik, Dalhousie 2005-06
  • Daniel Horsley, Memorial 2008-10
  • Golam Hossain, University of New Brunswick 2008-10
  • Qingzhong Huang, Memorial 2018-20
  • Melissa Huggan, Mount Allison 2021-22
  • Tobey Kenney, Dalhousie 2006-08
  • Dawood Kothawala, University of New Brunswick 2010-12
  • Suzanne Lanéry, University of New Brunswick 2018-20
  • Peter LeFanu Lumsdaine, Dalhousie 2010-12
  • Shuabing Liu, Memorial 2017-18
  • Rory Lucyshyn-Wright, Mount Allison 2015-17
  • Rogers Mathew, Dalhousie 2011-12
  • Charles Paquette, University of New Brunswick 2012-14
  • Rui Peng, Memorial 2010-12
  • Israel Rocha, Dalhousie 2015-16
  • Viraj Sanghai, Dalhousie 2017-18
  • Hongying Shu, UNB 2011-13
  • Douglas Stones, Dalhousie 2013-14
  • Martin Szyld, Dalhousie 2019-21
  • Ryan Tifenbach, Memorial 2012-14
  • Daniele Turchetti, Dalhousie 2018-20
  • Justin Tzou, Dalhousie 2013-15
  • Francis Valiquette, Dalhousie 2011-13
  • Michael A. Warren, Dalhousie 2010-11
  • Abraham Westerbaan, Dalhousie 2019-20
  • Ping Wong Ng, University of New Brunswick 2003-05
  • Yuzaho Wang, Memorial 2013-15
  • Abraham Westerbaan, Dalhousie 2020-21
  • Oliver Winkler, University of New Brunswick 2004-06
  • Shuwen Xue, Memorial University 2021-22
  • Dansheng Yu, Saint Francis Xavier 2006-08
  • Peng Zhou, Memorial Univeristy 2015-17
  • Baocheng Zhu, Memorial University 2015-17
  • Jonathan Ziprick, University of New Brunswick 2014-16