27 June 2013

Mathematics Jobs: Issue 18 (5)

Here is the weekly digest for vacancies in Mathematics:

Postdoctoral Research Assistant


Full time, Fixed Term Contract (expected dates 01/10/2013 - 31/09/2016)

Grade 6 £24,049 - £29,541 p.a.

Closing Date is midnight 26 July 2013

The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council-funded project "Balancing resource and energy usage for optimal performance in a neural system", will use a tightly integrated programme of experiments and computational modelling to ...

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Research Fellow/Senior Research Assistant

Location:  Highfield Campus
Salary:   £27,854 Pro rata per annum
Full Time Fixed Term (until October 2015)
Closing Date:   Friday 19 July 2013
Reference:  232613FP-R

We are seeking a researcher with experience and skills relating to the tools, design, simulation and implementation of energy-efficient and fault-tolerant Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs).

An understanding of the alogrithms used ...

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PhD Studentship Deposition of Complex Fluids in Inkjet Printing

Prof C D Bain and Dr A Berson

A PhD studentship is available from October 2013 on a collaborative project entitled I4T: Innovation in Industrial Inkjet Technology between Durham, Cambridge, Leeds and a consortium of companies interested in inkjet printing and drop delivery. The studentship will be based at Durham University but you will work collaboratively with PhD students, ...

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Research Associate in The Tyndall Centre

Closing Date: 21/07/2013

Reference: EPS-02821

Faculty / Organisational unit: Engineering Physical Sciences

Division: Mechanical, Aerospace Civil Engineering

Salary: £29,541 to £36,298

Employment Type: Fixed Term

Duration: 30 Months

Hours Per Week: Full-time

Location: Sackville Street, Manchester

Applications are invited for the above position which is tenable for 30 months from 1 August and will be based at ...

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Developing Software for High-Order Simulation of Compressible Flows: Application to Design of Next Generation Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College London, UK

Supervisor: Dr Peter Vincent

Topic: Theoretical studies and numerical experiments suggest that unstructured high-order methods (such as discontinuous Galerkin methods) can solve hitherto intractable fluid flow problems in the vicinity of complex geometrical configurations. As such they have the potential to revolutionize numerous engineering design processes. The objective of the proposed ...

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