The Maxwell Institute for Mathematical Sciences at Edinburgh
and the Department of Mathematics at Heriot-Watt University
are looking for a highly skilled PhD candidate for the prestigious
James Watt scholarship available in the field of Complex Multiphase Systems.
Project title: Efficient and reliable, mathematical and computational framework
for complex multiphase systems in strongly heterogeneous environments
Important energy technologies such as fuel cells and batteries crucially
depend on the complex interplay of multiple phases on different scales.
One postdoctoral appointment is offered for a researcher in Mathematics with an excellent curriculum vitae having completed a PhD within the last 5 years (or completing his/her PhD by June, 2014). The candidate is expected to work on subjects related to the ERC Consolidator Grant “Harmonic Analysis, Partial Differential Equations and Geometric Measure Theory” held by José María Martell. There are no teaching duties.
Applicants are expected to have a PhD in Algebraic Geometry by the time of the application.
Postdoctoral positions at CMUC are bound by the Portuguese scholarship statutory law.
They have a monthly stipend of €1495 (tax free) plus the minimum social security payments.
No teaching duties are associated with this position.
Applications should be sent by email to me at the address email@example.com and should include:
•Curriculum vitae (with list of publications).
•Research Statement (one page maximum).
•Indication of the name and email address of two references.
One Doctoral (PhD) Position is open within the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) Project P26147-N26 “Object identification problems: numerical analysis" (http://www.uni-graz.at/~kovtunen/fwf-p26147/scientists.html). Applications should be sent by e-mail to the project leader Dr. habil. Victor Kovtunenko (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Department of Mathematics at Stockholm university is seeking outstanding candidates for a permanent position as Senior Lecturer in Mathematics (Reference number SU FV-0470-14, Deadline for applications: March 17, 2014).
We are looking for a mathematician who has shown ability to do research in mathematics and is interested to be engaged in teaching and to develop further our education. Our department carries out an active policy to develop and modernise the educational process and both our Bachelor and Master programs got the highest ranking in the latest university evaluation.
The department of Mathematical sciences at Chalmers University of Technology and Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre (FCC) are currently offering positions in the Advanced Engineering Mathematics (AEM) licentiate program. Both the department of Mathematical sciences and FCC carry out world-class research and industrial projects with a focus on using mathematics as a technology. We are currently looking for four highly motivated individuals to join us in some exciting projects closely connected to industry.
Advanced Engineering Mathematics
- Learning Analytics: Oriented towards data treatment for online learning tools with the aim of realising descriptive, exploratory, causal or predictive analyses for students, professors and educational institutions.
A permanent Associate Professor position in mathematics, primarily within algebraic geometry or commutative algebra, is now available at
the Department of Mathematics at the University of Bergen, Norway. For more information, and for applying, please see
The teaching duties are 1 course per semester, which amounts to 4 hours a week (on average, depending on the course) for 14 weeks a
The Jean-Morlet Chair is intended for an outstanding, innovative researcher from a non-French institution who will work closely with a Local project leader based at Aix-Marseille Université. The idea is not only for individuals to collaborate at an international level but also for this program to help develop strong synergies between laboratories, researchers, doctoral students both across borders and within the local mathematical sciences community at large.
We invite applications for open PhD and PostDoc positions in the ERC Project "Nonlinear Eigenproblems for Data Analysis".
PhD positions: The applicant should have a degree (diploma or master) in computer science, mathematics or physics. The position requires a very strong background in mathematics in particular linear algebra, statistics, probability, and optimization and strong analytical skills. Programming experience in C++ or MATLAB is required. A background in machine learning is appreciated but not necessary.
Position announced on: Jan 28, 2014
Apply at latest on: Mar 25, 2014
Faculty of Science
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
The University of Helsinki is among the leading multidisciplinary research universities in the world. In addition to its 11 faculties, the University has several independent institutes, some of which are jointly operated with other universities. Some 35,000 students are currently pursuing an undergraduate or a postgraduate degree at the University.
AVAST Fellowships in machine learning and data science
at the Institute of Computer Science AS CR in Prague, Czech Republic
The Institute of Computer Science (ICS) of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in cooperation
with AVAST Software (AVAST) offers two one-year fellowships for outstanding and enthusiastic researchers,
PhD holders, from all over the world, open to cooperation with some of the scientific teams of the ICS
(www.cs.cas.cz) and with AVAST specialists.
Department of Mathematics and Statistics Faculty of Science
The University of Melbourne
Salary:AUD$61,138* - AUD$82,963 p.a. (*Level A PhD entry level AUD$77,290 p.a.) OR AUD$87,334 - AUD$103,705 p.a. (Level B), plus 9.25% superannuation. Level of appointment is subject to qualifications and experience.
The Division of Mathematics at the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Gothenburg invites applications for a Senior Lecturer with position with focus on Teacher Education. To be eligible for the position you must have a PhD degree in a field relevant for the position as well as documented pedagogical expertise. It is required that you be able to teach in both Swedish and English. If you do not possess Swedish as a language at the time of employment, you will be expected to acquire the necessary competence within two years.
The Department of Mathematics at Graz University of Technology offers a
PhD position within the Special Research Program ``Quasi-Monte Carlo
Methods: Theory and Applications'', funded by the Austrian Science Fund
(FWF). The applicant will be part of a research group under supervision of
working on minimal energy point sets, spherical designs and their asymptotic
distribution properties. We are looking for talented and self-motivated
applicants with good command of English and the capacity for teamwork.