[Comp-neuro] Full professor position in Mathematical
Biology/Dynamical Systems + 2 additional positions at the
University of Houston
josic at math.uh.edu
Thu Nov 17 18:34:59 CET 2011
The Mathematics Department at the University of Houston expects to fill one position at the assistant professor tenure track level, one position at the associate professor tenure or tenure track level, and one position at the full professor tenure level. Applicants are invited for all three positions that will begin as early as the fall semester of 2012:
1) Preference for the assistant professor position will be given to individuals with strength in approximation theory, partial differential equations, statistics or analysis.
2) Preference for the associate professor will be given to individuals in computational mathematics.
3) Preferences for the full professor position will be given to individuals in dynamical systems with experience in mathematical biology.
We are particularly interested in mathematicians who can help foster collaborative efforts with existing research teams in our Department and the University at large, and whose research interests will continue to foster collaborative interactions at local Universities, as well as with Industry and the Medical Center.
Successful applicants at the level of associate and full professor will be expected to fill leadership roles in the department. They should have an established research program, a history of success in attracting external funding, experience supervising graduate students, and strong communication and teaching skills.
The University of Houston is one of the most diverse research universities in the nation. It is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. All application materials should be uploaded to www.mathjobs.org. Applicants should submit a letter of application, an extensive curriculum vita which includes a list of all scientific publications, and a description of their current research interests directly to www.mathjobs.org. They should also have 4 letters of recommendation (at least one of which addresses their qualifications as a teacher and advisor), uploaded directly by their references to www.mathjobs.org.
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