Vacancies

Vacancies

Academic postions

Lecturer in Mathematics (temporary for 12 months)

Ref: 018581
Salary: Grade 7, £33,943 - £38,183 per annum

The University of Glasgow, established in 1451, is a member of the UK's Russell Group of leading universities. The University is committed to enhancing its position as one of the world's great broad-based research-intensive universities. In REF 2014, the School was ranked 8th in the UK for research intensity in the mathematical sciences.

The post holder will develop, lead and sustain research of international standard in Mathematics that is complementary to the activity of the School of Mathematics and Statistics; contribute to teaching, assessment, project supervision and curriculum design at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; and participate in School management and organisation.

This is a full-time post with funding for 12 months from appointment.

Informal enquiries may be directed to:

Professor Ian Strachan; Head of Mathematics: Ian.Strachan@glasgow.ac.uk

Vacancy reference: 018581; Closing date: 13 August 2017 

Apply online at: http://www.gla.ac.uk/explore/jobs/ - search for reference number 018581

Update - interviews will take place on Friday 1st September 2017

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Postdoctoral postions

Please consult the for postdoctoral research webpage alternative funding sources.

Funded Ph.D opportunities

IAPETUS Doctoral Training Partnership PhD studentship

We are currently seeking candiadates for the PhD project "The generation of the Earth’s magnetic field: the strong-field regime" to be supervised by Dr Céline Guervilly and Dr Graeme Sarson from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Newcastle University and Dr Radostin Simitev, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Glasgow. The project concerns the geomagnetic field produced deep inside the Earth by motions of the fluid outer core. The aim of this project is to model these processes and explore their details by high-performance numerical simulations. For further details please got to http://www.iapetus.ac.uk/category/institution/newcastle/mathematics-and-statistics

Please consult the postgraduate webpage for alternative funding sources