UK Nonlinear News, May 1998

Situations Vacant


University of Nottingham

Department of Theoretical Mechanics

Lectureship in Applied Mathematics (two posts)

Candidates for the above posts should have an established research record in a branch of physical or non-physical applied mathematics, for example in industrial mathematics, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, materials modelling, mathematical biology or nonlinear systems. The Department was graded 5 in the 1996 Research Assessment Exercise and the person appointed will be expected to contribute strongly to maintaining and enhancing the Departments research record.

Salary will be within the range 16,045-27,985 pounds sterling per annum, depending on qualifications and experience. The posts, one permanent and the second offered on a fixed-term contract for a period of two years, are available from the beginning of the academic session 1998/99.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor D.S. Riley, Tel: 0115 951 3835, Email: David.Riley@Nottingham.ac.uk or Professor J.R. King, Tel: 0115 951 3854, Email: John.King@Nottingham.ac.uk.

Further details and application forms are available from

The Personnel Office,
Highfield House,
The University of Nottingham,
University Park,
Nottingham,
NG7 2RD.
Tel: 0115 951 3263.
Fax 0115 951 5205.
Email: Pauline.Holmes@Nottingham.ac.uk.
Please quote ref. RUB/116.

Closing date: 22 May 1998.

Source: Jonathan Wattis


University of Sussex

School of Mathematical Sciences

Centre for Mathematical Analysis and its Applications

Lectureship in Mathematics Grade A or B (Ref: 322)

Applications are invited for a permanent Lectureship in Mathematics. The research interest of the successful candidate should be in the general areas of applied mathematics and numerical analysis. Candidates must have a proven record of excellence in research and will be expected to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The Lectureship is associated with the Centre for Mathematical Analysis and its Applications and in particular, the applied mathematics group led by Professor C.M. Elliott, whose focus for research is the analysis and numerical analysis of partial differential equations and their applications. The successful candidate will have expertise on one or more of modelling, applied analysis and computation, and be willing to collaborate with other members of the Centre. The post is available from September 1998.

Salary scales:
Lecturer Grade A/Tutorial Fellow: #16,045 to #21,016 per annum.
Lecturer Grade B: #21,894 to #27,985 per annum.
Senior Lecturer: #29,380 to #33,202 per annum.

Application forms and further details are available from and should be returned to Staffing Services, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 9RH, United Kingdom. For information packs please call +44 (1273) 606755 and ask for extension 3768, 8201 or 8202. Requests may be sent via email to S.Jenks@sussex.ac.uk.

For further information about the University, please refer to the relevant school ( http://www.maths.susx.ac.uk)) or subject group ( http://www.maths.susx.ac.uk/CMAIA/CMAIA.html) web pages, or begin at the Sussex Home Page ( http://www.susx.ac.uk).

When Requesting Details, Please Quote The Relevant Reference Number.

Closing date for applications: Friday 15 May 1998.

This is an abridged version of an announcement posted by the University of Sussex Information Service on the WWW on 8th April 1998. See http://www.susx.ac.uk/Units/personnel/vac53.html for the full text. See also http://www.maths.susx.ac.uk/advert.html.

Source: Tony Humphries



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