Vacancies for mathematicians, job proposals for mathematicians for 2020 year (page 4)

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Vacancies for mathematicians, job proposals for mathematicians for 2020 year (page 4)

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01.12.2019
Bristol, United Kingdom
The School of Mathematics is seeking to make several appointments in statistical science at the level of Lecturer (analogous to Assistant Professor), Senior Lecturer, or Associate Professor, depending on the experience of the successful candidates.
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30.11.2019
Trieste , Italy
ICTP has announced postdoctoral and short-term visiting opportunities in several of its research sections. The opportunities begin in 2020. For more details, including deadlines and how to apply, see the table below.
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29.11.2019
Nottingham, United Kingdom
We are looking for an Assistant Professor to deliver high quality teaching and undertake original research of international excellence in Applied Mathematics, complementing and enhancing the current activity of the Industrial and Applied Mathematics group in the School of Mathematical Sciences. Applications from excellent candidates in any area of Applied Mathematics are welcome, especially those with a background in wave modelling, wave chaos and asymptotics, fluid dynamics or complex fluids.
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10.11.2019
Amsterdam, Netherlands
We are seeking new colleagues who are passionate about scientific research and education. Our department is looking for mathematicians with a proven expertise in the broad area of dynamical systems and nonlinear analysis.
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08.11.2019
Madrid, Spain
Applications are invited for a research intern position at the IMDEA Software Institute, Madrid, Spain. The successful applicant will work under the supervision of Ignacio Cascudo in a project in the area of cryptography, where the topic will be related to mathematical aspects of privacy-preserving protocols such as secure multiparty computation protocols, secret sharing or zero knowledge proofs.
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08.11.2019
Lyngby, Denmark
We are offering a research position for the implementation of continuous variable quantum cryptographic applications based on squeezed light.
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01.11.2019
Cambridge, United Kingdom
The Managers of the Herchel Smith Postdoctoral Research Fellowships Fund invite applications for full-time Fellowships in Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences and Pure Mathematics at the University of Cambridge from 1 October 2020 or otherwise by negotiation. Fellows are required to pursue their research on a full-time basis in Cambridge and funding is available for three years.
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01.11.2019
Nijmegen, Netherlands
This is your chance to dig into the fundamental assumptions underlying computer science, teasing out the implications they may have for real life applications, notably those of 'legal tech'. The combination of research into the theory of computer science and the opportunity to make a difference in the legal domain provides a unique opening for those willing to address the societal impact of both machine learning and self-executing code, based on frontline research in the theory of computer science.
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01.11.2019
Worldwide, please check full list of cities, USA
The Google AI Residency Program is a 12-month research training role designed to jumpstart or advance your career in machine learning research.
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04.10.2019
Stellenbosch, South Africa
A post-doctoral research fellowship is available at the Department of Process Engineering, Stellenbosch University (South Africa). The fellow will contribute to a research project titled "Developing Resilient Nations - Towards a Public Heath Early Warning System via Urban Water Profiling (ReNEW)" in collaboration with the University of Bath.

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