Friday, February 7, 2014

[DMANET] 5 Non-tenure track 4 year positions at CMM, U. Chile.

Call for Positions

Applications are called for 5 four-year positions at the Center for
Mathematical Modeling (, Universidad de Chile. A Ph.D.
in mathematics or related fields is required.

These positions are research oriented and it is expected that candidates
exhibit a good record of publications as well as interest for
applied/industrial projects. CMM has currently the following fundamental
research areas: discrete mathematics, Mathematical mechanics and inverse
problems, optimization and game theory, partial differential equation
and nonlinear analysis and stochastic modeling as well as application
areas articulated in the following labs: astroinformatics, combinatorial
modeling, inverse problems, bioinformatics and mathematics of the
genome, logistics and production, geomechanics and metallurgy in mining,
imaging and visualization, natural resources and bioprocesses, networks
economics and risk analysis, and stochastic and statistics simulation.

We expect that candidates will participate and/or lead industrial
projects carried out by the CMM. The teaching load is low: a
one-semester course at the undergraduate or graduate level per year. In
addition, academic activities such as student mentoring, organization of
thematic seminars are expected.

The salary will depend on qualifications of the candidate, starting for
an assistant professor at $ 2.500.000 (US$ 5.000 approx.) per month
before taxes, for 12 months a year. One or two-year research-leading
project experience after PhD will be well evaluated. Over this salary,
CMM´s researcher can apply to extra incentives and funding for research
and applied activities coming from the National Research Council
(CONICYT) and/or from the industry.

Candidates should submit a CV, research statement and 2 recommendation
letters before March 30, 2014 to Candidates will
be evaluated as their applications are received and offers could be made
in advance. For more information about CMM go to

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