I would like to inform you that there are Chancellor’s Fellow [tenure-track posts at Lecturer or Reader level] positions in Statistics or Applied Probability in our School of Mathematics (see http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/jobs/cf2014).
These are permanent positions, with research focused reduced teaching for the first 5 years!
The deadline of applications is the 7th of February, 2014.
The DFG-Research Training Group 1932 on Stochastic Models for Innovations in the Engineering Sciences at the University of Kaiserslautern offers 10 PhD positions (100% TV-L E13) each for 3 years starting from 1 April 2014 conditioned on the annual funding by the DFG.
The Department of Statistical & Actuarial Sciences (www.stats.uwo.ca) is pleased to announce a search for a professor of quantitative finance at the associate or full professor rank (tenured). The position starting date will be July 1, 2014.
At the division of mathematical statistics we do internationally recognized research in probability, statistics and their applications, including (but not limited to) biostatistics, bioinformatics, population dynamics, stochastic processes, spatial statistics, Bayesian statistics, extreme value theory and the theory of large random networks.
We are now looking for at least two doctoral students in mathematical statistics, including two positions in the following research areas
At the division of mathematics there are many internationally successful mathematicians in a wide variety of research areas such as algebraic geometry, number theory, algebra and representation theory, harmonic analysis and partial differential equations, computational mathematics and optimization, probability and discrete mathematics, complex analysis, functional analysis, kinetic theory and biomathematics.
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN MATHEMATICS (NUMBER THEORY)
THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AT KTH, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN NUMBER THEORY.
The postdoctoral fellowships are financed by a grant from the Göran Gustafsson Foundation.
The duration of the stay is 12 months, with a possibility of prolongation for an additional 12 months, beginning during June-August or September 1, 2014, at the latest.
This position includes primarily teaching and research. Teaching may also include course development, supervising master theses and administration. Research mainly includes your own research but may also include participation in research projects and graduate education. It is possible to get guaranteed time up to 20% for your own research for at least three years.
The Department of Mathematics has an extensive undergraduate teaching assignment. Experience and good evaluations from undergraduate teaching is therefore particularly meritorious.
Full information can be obtained at:
Four fellowships are offered at the ICMAT for talented young mathematicians from around the world .
The “la Caixa”-Severo Ochoa International PhD Programme at the ICMAT offers cross-disciplinary training in state-of-the-art mathematical research within an international scientific environment. Candidates should have an excellent academic track record.
Starting on September 2014 successful candidates will receive a competitive stipend for 4 years of research, culminating with the completion of their PhD thesis.
Interested candidates will receive further information at
The University of Manitoba
Faculty of Science
Department of Mathematics
Assistant Professor (2 Positions)
Position Number 17706 (Theoretical Partial Differential Equations)
Position Number 17707 (Algebra or Number Theory)
This is a research-only appointment (no teaching) in semiclassical analysis, quantization,
spectral theory of selfadjoint or nonselfadjoint operators, Hamiltonian systems or related topics.
The position is funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR NOSEVOL).
French speaking is not necessary.
The net salary will be 2150 euros per month, with benefits including health insurance and social
coverage. Funds will also be provided for traveling and inviting collaborators.
The research will take place within one of IRMAR's Analysis teams, and will benefit from the
A continuing position at Level C/D (Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor) is available to conduct high quality research and teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
A postdoctoral position is available in Computational Biology in the Department of Mathematics, Ryerson University (http://www.math.ryerson.ca), Toronto, Canada. This position provides an opportunity to engage in research in Applied Mathematics, with a limited amount of teaching. The salary is competitive, with funding provided for one year.
Two continuing teaching and research positions as Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mathematics are available. At least one of these appointments will be made in applied mathematics.
The School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics is a vibrant and collegial community with a strong track record in research and teaching. The School has several areas of research expertise, including geometric analysis, operator algebras, mathematical modelling, financial mathematics and applied statistics. The School is part of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences.