3 Lectureships in Mathematics

We are seeking outstanding candidates for three permanent lectureships in the School of Mathematics. We expect candidates to have an established record of first-class research or to be able to demonstrate excellent research potential.

We welcome applicants whose research connects with existing strengths of the School, particularly with Geometry and Topology; Probability, Analysis and Financial Mathematics; or more generally Pure Mathematics.

Candidates are expected to demonstrate excellence or potential excellence in teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level and to have the ambition to further their knowledge and performance in that area.

The University of Edinburgh’s School of Mathematics is one of the leading centres for research and teaching in mathematics in Europe. As a partner in the Maxwell Institute for Mathematical Sciences - a centre for research and postgraduate training bringing together the research activities of the School and the Department of Mathematics and Department of Actuarial Mathematics & Statistics at Heriot-Watt University - we are one of the largest mathematical groupings in the UK. Edinburgh is also home to the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, a UK centre for international workshops and meetings in mathematics.

The starting salary will be in the range of £36,862 - £44,016 depending on experience. The closing date for receipt of applications and letters of reference is 23rd January 2012.

Potential candidates are encouraged to browse our web pages http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/

We welcome informal enquiries about these posts. The relevant contact for such enquiries will vary depending on the research background of the enquirer - for details of who to make informal enquiries to please email hr@maths.ed.ac.uk giving a brief comment on your main research areas.

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Monday, January 23, 2012
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