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Position: Post Doctoral Research Associate - Applied Mathematics
Institution: Durham University
Department: Mathematical Sciences
Location: Durham, United Kingdom
Duties: To understand and convey material of a specialist or highly technical nature to the team or group of people through presentations and discussions that leads to the presentation of research papers in conferences and publications. To prepare and deliver presentations on research outputs/activities to audiences which may include: research sponsors, academic and non-academic audiences. To publish high quality outputs, including papers for submission to peer reviewed journals and papers for presentation at conferences and workshops under the direction of the Principal Investigator or Grant-holder
Requirements: A good first degree in Mathematics. A PhD (or be close to submission) in Mathematics. Experience in conducting high quality academic research. Demonstrable ability to write material of a quality commensurate with publication in highly-ranked journals. Demonstrable ability to present research papers at national and international conferences and communicate complex information to specialists and within the wider academic community. Experience in one or more of the following areas: applied analysis, numerical optimization, inverse problems, optimal transport theory, and the calculus of variations
   
Text: Post Doctoral Research Associate Company : Durham University Department : Department Of Mathematical Sciences Position Type : Research Grade 7 (?32,548 - ?38,832) Post Doctoral Research Associate in Applied Mathematics The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Durham University invites applications for a 22-month postdoctoral position in the Analysis and PDEs group, to begin no later than October 2018. The position is funded by Durham University and the EPSRC First grant EP/R013527/1 Designer Microstructure via Optimal Transport Theory. The postdoctoral researcher will be supervised by David Bourne. Applications are encouraged from candidates with a strong background in one or more of the following areas: applied analysis, numerical optimization, inverse problems, optimal transport theory, and the calculus of variations. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in the University. Closes midday on : 09-Feb-2018
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