The University of Leeds
Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences
School of Mathematics
Research Fellow in Dynamics of Bifurcations with broken reflection symmetry in finite domains
Applications are invited for a post-doctoral research fellowship for two years (although further funding may be available) to study the dynamics of systems with broken reflection symmetries in inhomogeneous domains and to investigate the role of global coupling in such models. You will be expected to develop numerical codes in both one and two dimensions to investigate these processes.
You should have or about to obtain a PhD (or equivalent),in Mathematics or Physics, or a related discipline.
Research 1A (£20,044-£30,002 p.a.) depending on qualifications and experience).
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Informal enquiries to Dr Steve Tobias, Department of Applied Mathematics, tel:+44 (0)113 3435172, fax: 0113 3435090, email email@example.com
Further information regarding the post can be seen on http://www.maths.leeds.ac.uk/~smt/jobspec2005.html
To apply on line please visit http://www.leeds.ac.uk and click on ‘jobs’.
Further details and application packs available from Mrs Barbara Watts, School of Mathematics, tel 0113 343 5101 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Job ref 314014 Closing date 9 December 2005
This post is to work with Dr S M Tobias as part of the nonlinear dynamics group in numerical fluid dynamics and nonlinear dynamics, collaborating with Professor M.R.E. Proctor (University of Cambridge) and Professor E. Knobloch (Berkeley).
The post is EPSRC-funded and is available from 1 January 2006 for 2 years although further funding may be available.
The aim of the project is to study the dynamics of systems with broken reflection symmetries in inhomogeneous domains and to investigate the role of global coupling in such models. You will be expected to develop numerical codes in both one and two dimensions to investigate these processes.
The research group is active in the many areas of nonlinear dynamics with particular emphasis on applications of bifurcation theory in fluid dynamics, and has extensive expertise in numerical techniques. Access to high performance computing facilities is available.
You will be expected to undertake the following roles to a high standard.
You should possess a sound basic knowledge of both Mathematics and Physics and have or be about to obtain a PhD (or equivalent) in Mathematics or Physics, or a related discipline.
Demonstrable expertise will be expected in at least one, of the following areas.
You should have the capacity to undertake original research and, although working under the supervision of the grant holders, will be expected to contribute your own research inputs into the research programme. You should be an effective team worker. Good communication, interpersonal skills and time management skills are also essential.
How to Apply
Applications should include the following:-
· A completed application form
· A Curriculum Vitae/information requested on page 2 of the form
· Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (Enclosed). Please return the Form in a separate envelope (enclosed) marked 'EOs Monitoring'.
Replies will be treated in complete confidence.
Completed applications should be returned to Barbara Watts, School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, LS2 9JT, email email@example.com quoting job ref 314014 no later than 9 December 2005.
If you are selected for interview you can expect to hear from the University not later than 4 weeks after the closing date. If you are not selected for interview the University will not contact you again.
A Criminal Records Disclosure is not required for this position.
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