Tuesday, September 25, 2012

[DMANET] [Employment Opportunity] Lecturer in Mathematics at The University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia

[The following is an advertisement for a faculty position in the School
of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, at the University of Newcastle, in
the state of New South Wales, Australia.]

Faculty Position in Operations Research
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
University of Newcastle

The School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of
Newcastle, Australia, invites applications for a tenure-track faculty
position commencing in 2013. We seek candidates with a strong
methodological foundation in Operations Research, e.g. integer
programming, stochastic programming, and nonlinear programming, as well
as a demonstrated interest in applications, e.g. transportation and
logistics, energy and the environment, and healthcare. Applicants
should also have a strong commitment to teaching, to mentoring graduate
students, and to developing and maintaining an active program of
sponsored research. Applicants must hold a Ph.D., or expect to complete
their degree by Fall 2013, in Operations Research, Industrial
Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, or a closely related

The successful applicant will be part of a vigorous Operations Research
group that conducts methodological as well as applied research and that
has many national and international collaborations.

Newcastle is located less than 100 miles north of Sydney on
Australia's beautiful east coast. Additional information about the
school can be found at www.newcastle.edu.au.

Applications are accepted online at
www.newcastle.edu.au//job-vacancies, Reference ID #2044.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a statement
of research interests, a statement of teaching interests, and three

For more information contact Professor Martin Savelsbergh at

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