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Le 04/11/2018 par gicquel :

Lectureships in Operational Research

We are seeking two new colleagues for permanent lectureships in Operational Research.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Mathematics, Operational Research, or a related discipline, and have an excellent track record of high-quality research in an area of Operational Research or strong evidence of high research potential. They should have well formulated research plans enabling them to contribute strongly to the world-leading research being carried out in the School. Applicants with research interests in modelling and modern applications of Operational Research e.g. in healthcare, transportation, energy sector, risk, public and service sector, finance, analytics or data science, are particularly welcome.

For further details about the existing research in the School please see http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/researchand http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/ERGO.

The School of Mathematics runs a very successful suite of MSc programmes in Operational Research and the applicant will be expected to make imaginative and significant contributions to these, including through the supervision of MSc projects.

All applications must be submitted online.  Please include with your application

  • a full CV
  • a research statement
  • a teaching statement

In addition please have four referees, three to comment on your research and one on your teaching, to send letters of recommendation directly to hr@maths.ed.ac.uk by the closing date of 22 November 2018.

Informal enquiries can be made by contacting Professor Jacek Gondzio, email j.gondzio@ed.ac.uk.

Salary Scale: £40,792 to £48,677 per annum.

The University of Edinburgh promotes equality and diversity. We strive for a family-friendly School of Mathematics. Please see: http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/assets/files/Jobs/Familyfriendlypolicies.pdf. The School holds a Bronze Athena SWAN award and is a supporter of the London Mathematical Society Good Practice Scheme.







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