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research aims and a CV to: Dekan der Fakultät für
Mathematik, Informatik und
RWTH Aachen University,
Prof. Dr. Stefan Schael,
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The deadline for applications is
21 September 2018.
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Junior Professor (W1)
Mathematics of Uncertainty Quantification
(with Tenure Track W2) Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science
and Natural Sciences
We are seeking qualified applicants for teaching and research
in the area of mathematics related to Uncertainty Quantification.
The starting date is as soon as possible. Candidates are expected
to have a visible research agenda and distinguished expertise
in Uncertainty Quantification with strong competency in
at least one of the areas: mathematical and numerical analysis
of stochastic problems, statistics, applied probability theory or
optimization. Particular expertise on data assimilation, molecular
dynamics, quantum mechanics, conservation laws and a
posteriori error analysis for stochastic problems will be specially
valued. This position is affiliated with the Chair of Uncertainty
Quantification and the Department of Mathematics. The successful
candidate should on the one hand initiate and develop
interdisciplinary collaborations with other research groups at
RWTH, in particular, engineering and natural sciences. On the
other hand, he/she is expected to further develop the methodological
activities within the Chair of Uncertainty Quantification.
You should have a completed university degree and a special
aptitude for scientific work which is generally verified by means
of an outstanding doctorate. Ability in and commitment to teaching
are essential. The application should include supporting
documents regarding success in teaching. German is not necessary
to begin but will be expected as a teaching language
within 5 years.
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