Wednesday, September 21, 2016

[DMANET] assistant professor applied mathematics / operations research at Netherlands Defence Academy

Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics / Operations Research

The Netherlands Defence Academy (NLDA) is looking for an Assistant
Professor of Applied Mathematics / Operations Research. The Faculty of
Military Sciences (FMS) of the NLDA provides academic courses at Bachelor
level (BSc) and, starting from 2017, also provides the Master (MSc) program
'Military Technology, Processes and Systems'. In addition, academic
research is conducted for the benefit of knowledge development, innovation
and policy support. The teaching and research of the Department of Military
Technology (MTW) of the NLDA focuses on technology, operational deployment
and maintenance of military systems.

Job description
- Conducts research within programs in the areas of (optimal) deployment of
systems and technology, for example, in the field of 'critical
infrastructure protection'. Combinatorial optimization and simulation plays
an important role.
- Provides lectures on Operations Research, with the focus on operational
deployment and logistics of military systems. He / she supervises students
at graduation projects in this field.
- Contributes to the development and teaching in the Master's program in
the area of (combinatorial) optimization and simulation.
- Contributes to the continuous renewal of education in the light of
technical education and technical developments.
- Contributes to the management of the department.

Job requirements
- PhD, with a focus on Applied Mathematics of Operations Research.
- Publishes in international scientific journals and has an academic
- Good teaching skills and experience / affinity with education.
Preferably, candidates have basic teaching qualifications (BKO).
- Good oral and written communication skills in Dutch and English.
- A safety investigation is part of the selection procedure.

Appointment occurs in scale 12 (€ 4090 - € 5258 gross per month for
full-time employment).

Location of the MTW department of the NLDA
Den Helder

Prof dr. ir P.J. Oonincx (+31 (0)223 657134) or Prof. dr. H. Monsuur (+31
(0)223 657566). /

Deadline for application is September 30, 2016

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