Lecturer in Computational Statistics
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The School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London, is opening three permanent lecturer positions in
- Computational Statistics (Bayesian computation)
- Applied Mathematics (stochastic processes, uncertainty quantification)
- and Computational Mathematics
which may be of interest to EURASIP members.
Please, see the links above for details and contact Joaquin Miguez (email@example.com) for informal enquiries.
The Applied Maths and Computational Maths positions will be open until February 14, 2016. The Computational Statistics post will be open for applications until March 13, 2016. Interviews are scheduled for the second week of March (Lecturer in Applied Maths, Lecturer in Computational Maths) and the third week of April (Lecturer in Computational Stats).
About Queen Mary University of London & Computational Mathematics
Queen Mary is one of London and the UK’s leading research-focused universities. With over 20,000 students, it is amongst the largest of the colleges of the University of London. Queen Mary’s 4,000 staff teach and research across a wide range of subjects in Science and Engineering, the Humanities, Social Sciences and Laws, and Medicine and Dentistry.
The School of Mathematical Sciences has an exceptionally strong research presence across the spectrum of areas within Pure and Applied Mathematics, and is currently organised into six research groups, namely: Algebra, Combinatorics, Complex Systems and Networks, Dynamical Systems and Statistical Physics, Geometry and Analysis and Probability and Applications. The School also has large and popular undergraduate and graduate programmes.
It is a strategic aim of the School to expand its research profile in the direction of Computational Mathematics. To attain this goal, the School is committing considerable resources to the development of a strong group of academics and researchers, at different stages of their careers, with a core interest in numerical and applied aspects of Mathematics. Within this framework, three new positions, with broad yet complementary scopes, are simultaneously opened.