[Comp-neuro] faculty positions in Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Leonid Rubchinsky leo at math.iupui.edu
Thu Oct 22 18:24:22 CEST 2009


Our department opened a search to fill two (or more) faculty positions. The rank is open.
Computational neuroscience is one of the areas of the interest for the department. The description
of the position is below and more details are available at

Leonid Rubchinsky
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at IUPUI invites applications for two or more faculty
positions, with rank open, to begin August 1, 2010. These appointments will be made in support of
Indiana University’s Life Sciences Initiative and the newly established Center for Mathematical
Biosciences, in the department. IUPUI is Indiana's urban research and academic health sciences
campus, and the focal point of the Indiana Life Sciences Initiative. The Department, with a
faculty of 45, offers programs of study leading to Purdue University B.S, M.S., and Ph.D. degrees
in pure and applied mathematics, including an M.S. in Applied Statistics and a B.S. in Mathematics
with Actuarial Science concentration. The Department also offers a Ph.D. degree in biostatistics
in collaboration with the IU School of Medicine. Current areas of research strength in the
Department include mathematical physics and integrable systems, dynamical systems, operator
algebras and non-commutative geometry, differential geometry, mathematical neuroscience and
biomathematics, scientific computing, and applied statistics.

Qualifications: Applicants must have an earned doctorate in the mathematical sciences or related
areas, a strong research program and be able to teach effectively at the undergraduate and
graduate levels. Applicants at the Associate or Full Professor level must have a record of
significant research accomplishments and external funding. Tenure may be offered to a successful
senior candidate, depending on the candidate’s qualifications and accomplishments.

How to Apply: A complete application must include: a letter of interest, curriculum vitae,
statements on research plans and teaching philosophy, and three letters of recommendation.
Applications should be submitted electronically to: Applied Mathematics Search Committee,
mathjobs.org. Screening of completed applications will begin on November 1, 2009, and will
continue until all approved positions are filled.

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