The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences II is seeking qualified applicants
for a faculty position in Mathematics at the rank of
Full Professor (W3)
starting April 1, 2015.
The successful candidate is expected to work in the fields of Differential Geometry
and Global Analysis and should be an internationally visible expert in
at least one of the following areas: Global aspects of Riemannian and pseudo-
Riemannian geometry, geometric and analytic problems of spectral and index
theory, or symplectic geometry. Cooperation with colleagues at the department
The School of Mathematics and Physics is a dynamic School within the Faculty of Science at The University of Queensland. We are committed to excellence in learning, discovery and engagement.
The School's disciplines of mathematics and physics are internationally recognised and members of its academic staff are leaders in their respective fields. The School hosts or is a major partner in three ARC Centres of Excellence and is home to numerous other research groups.
The University of Aberdeen has just advertised several openings for
positions in Mathematics. The level of appointments may vary between Lecturer,
Senior Lecturer, or Reader, according to individual qualifications.
The competition is open to all subjects, but strong applications from
mathematicians working in areas well represented in the Institute of
Mathematics (in particular topology) may be given a preference.
Resident in the topology group in Aberdeen include Richard Hepworth, Jarek
Kedra, Ran Levi and Assaf Libman. Other areas of strength are Representation
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London
Applications are invited, for a funded PhD studentship, to undertake research into 3D point-cloud representations of objects and scenes. All nationalities are eligible to apply for this position, which will start in September/October 2014.
The International Doctoral School Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI)
of the National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN) offers 3 postdoctoral research positions.
The annual gross salary is EURO 40K, positions are for two years and may be extended to a third year.
Candidates must have earned their doctoral degree not earlier than January 1, 2007.
Selected candidates are expected to start their appointments not later than November 1st, 2014.
A PhD position (50% TV-L13) is available from January 2014 (or earlier) at the Institute for
Computational and Applied Mathematics of the University of Münster (Germany).
The research will be at the interface between analysis and scientific computing; topics
include optimization, calculus of variations, numerical analysis, image processing,
A Diploma or Master degree in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or related fields is
required. The successful applicant will have a solid background in one of the above topics.
Research Training Group 1670
"Mathematics Inspired by String Theory and QFT"
Postdoctoral Position Vacancy
The University of Bristol invites applications for a 3.5 year PhD studentship in Pure Mathematics in the area of Dynamical Systems, starting in October 2014, to work under the supervision of Dr. Corinna Ulcigrai at the University’s School of Mathematics. The studentship, fully funded by the European Research Council Grant ChaParDyn, includes an annual stipend at EPSRC rates (currently £13,726 p.a.), and a
This is a Marie Curie post-doctoral research position on the Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways project Mid-to-high frequency modelling of vehicle noise and vibration (MHiVec). MHiVec is a collaborative project between Nottingham Trent University, the University of Nottingham, the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research at the University of Southampton, InuTech GmbH, CDH AG, and Jaguar Land Rover. Candidates will therefore be expected to collaborate with both academic and industrial partners on the project.
Swiss National Science Foundation funded position for doctoral studies under the direction of Prof. Donna Testerman, at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The position is open to be filled any time between September 2013 and March 2014;
the duration of the position is limited to four years.
The area of research is algebraic groups, finite groups of Lie type, Lie algebras and representation theory.
The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) in Edinburgh is seeking to appoint a scientific director to succeed Professor Keith Ball FRS FRSE, from September 2014 or other mutually agreed date.
The CRM is a member of the EPDI, a network of European research institutes which yearly offers a number of postdoctoral fellowships. CRM hosts EPDI fellows visiting CRM for at least 3 months. More information on the conditions and the procedure how to submit an application can be found in the webpage http://www.crm.cat/en/ResearchTraining/Pages/epdi_fellowships.aspx
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) is a pan-African network of Centres of excellence for innovative and groundbreaking post-graduate education, training, research and outreach in mathematical sciences.
AIMS has achieved global recognition since opening its first Centre in South Africa in 2003. AIMS offers a number of educational programs highlighted by its 10-month MSc in Mathematical Sciences which provides an intensive and broad education to talented young Africans each year, and prepares them for leadership careers in academia, governance and industry.
You can apply for this position if you want to start doctoral studies in Algebra, Group Theory, Geometry, Topology, Number Theory, or any combination of them. You can either suggest your own project, or work on the following topic.
Homology of small index subgroups in the Bianchi groups
The Bianchi groups are groups of special linear 2x2-matrices with a nice geometric action on hyperbolic space.
This beautiful action can be used to find out a lot about the group structure.