Vacancies

Closing Date: 28 April 2021

We invite applications for up to two Postdoctoral Research Associates to work with Professor Jose A. Carrillo on exciting research in the analysis of Nonlinear Aggregation-Diffusion PDE. These are full-time positions, fixed-term for two years each, and the post-holders will be based here at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford.

Closing Date: 30 April 2021

Applications from graduates with interests in applied mathematics are invited for a four-year D.Phil. studentship in Mathematics, funded by EPSRC, to work on a project on modelling of batteries, decontamination, filtration, or glass. The position is open to all applicants, irrespective of nationality/residence.

 

Closing Date: 4 May 2021

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and exceptionally well-organised educational professional to the role of Area Coordinator at the Mathematical Institute. This post forms part of the national Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (AMSP).  It is a part time, fixed-term position, which is available until 31 July 2022 with the possibility to extend subject to funding agreement. The Department is looking to have someone in post from 1 September 2021.

 

Closing Date: 4 May 2021

We invite applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate with a comprehensive background in Mathematical Physics and/or Probability Theory, to work alongside Professor Jon Keating at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. The position is full time, fixed-term for 12 months, and the post-holder will be supported by an ERC Advanced Programme Grant: “Log Correlations and Random Matrices (LogCorRM)” which must end on 28 February 2023.

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You can contact the personnel team with enquiries by emailing vacancies@maths.ox.ac.uk