Full/Associate/Assistant Professor of Applied Analysis (Tenure Track) (0.8 – 1.0 FTE)
Faculty of Science
Vacancy number: 62.113.18
Application deadline: 17 April 2019
The Mathematics Department at Radboud University (RU) in Nijmegen, Netherlands, is expanding in response to increased investment and seeks to make a number of new appointments. We welcome applications in areas related to the broad area of Applied Mathematics (including modelling, data analysis, applied analysis and computation) and at all levels ranging from assistant professor to full professor. Your research is in a field of Applied Mathematics, on an international level, publishing in top journals. You will teach three semester courses per year (we have reduced teaching for tenure track positions) and you will help develop an applied mathematics track in our Bachelor’s and Master’s curricula.
You will apply for research grants and you have the ambition to apply through NWA, Top Sectoren and Horizon Europe, using your contacts in industry and/or others disciplines. You will expand your industrial and interdisciplinary network, also with an eye to providing project opportunities to Bachelor’s and Master’s students in applied math.
The Mathematics Department at Radboud University (RU) in Nijmegen, Netherlands, is expanding in response to increased investment and seeks to make a number of new appointments.
We have recently appointed a full professor in Applied Analysis and this is an opportunity to take an active part in the growth of applied mathematics at RU. We are setting up a new applied mathematics curriculum and already have extensive collaborations with industry and other disciplines, such as astronomy, biology and computer science. We offer a dynamic and growing working environment with young and enthusiastic world class researchers.
For more information about this vacancy, please contact:
Prof. dr. Eric Cator, Head of Applied Stochastics
(Telephone: +31 24 365 31 40,
Prof. Dr. Gabriel Lord (E-mail: email@example.com)
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