The Department of Mathematics seeks applications from Ph.D. level researchers who are interested in obtaining temporary research positions at the Research Scientist/Scholar level. There are several levels of appointment. Level I is for individuals generally within three years of receiving their Ph.D. and with limited scientific research experience. Level II is analogous to the Assistant Professor title for regular faculty. It generally includes people with three to seven years of experience beyond the Ph.D. level and with very significant professional accomplishments. The last two levels (Level III and Senior) are for individuals with a significant number of years of experience past the Ph.D. and with extremely significant and extraordinary accomplishments. Ranking and qualifications within the levels are done on a case-by-case basis with factors that include the publication record, past research funding, professional honors and awards, decisive discoveries, and management experience. Applicable department research areas include, among others, algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, combinatorics, differential equations, dynamical systems, geometry, inverse problems, number theory, numerical analysis, pattern recognition, scientific computation, and topology. The department also provides instruction of both undergraduate and graduate students. A teaching load of 1-2 courses per semester maybe expected. Applicants should identify a faculty member of interest for collaboration. Application deadline is April 30, 2016, at which time applicants can reapply.
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Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department's commitment to diversity and inclusion.