Positions available at the Mathematical Engineering Department of University of Chile

The Mathematical Engineering Department  of University of Chile has opened several academic positions (see details below; there are 2 calls).

-) 2 tenure track positions at DIM, University of Chile

https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/11595

The Department of Mathematical Engineering (DIM) of the University of Chile is offering two (2) tenure track positions in Mathematics, starting preferably during the second half of 2018. Candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree at the date of appointment (preferably awarded 2011 onward). Applications in all areas of Mathematics are encouraged, but priority will be given to those candidates whose research is related to the mathematical areas cultivated at DIM (see the webpage http://www.dim.uchile.cl/research-areas). Our department is strongly committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty; candidates from minority groups, and particularly female candidates, are encouraged to apply.

Candidates are expected to present evidence of an outstanding research record and a strong commitment to excellence in teaching. Duties include a moderate teaching load of five (5) one semester courses every two years at an undergraduate or graduate level. The official language of teaching is Spanish.

Applications should be submitted via email to search.committee2018@dim.uchile.cl and consist of the following documents (in PDF): curriculum vitae (in English or Spanish), a research statement (in English) including a selection of the three (3) most relevant publications, an outline of future research, and a teaching statement. Reception of applications will be acknowledged by email. Applicants should also ensure that three (3) or more recommendation letters by senior researchers reach the committee. These letters are to be sent by email to search.committee2018@dim.uchile.cl, mentioning as subject: Recommendation Letter for (name of the candidate). To ensure full consideration, all documents and recommendation letters should be received no later than March 15th, 2018.

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Salary Information: Salary depends on the qualifications of the chosen candidate. At the level of Assistant Professor, the basic remuneration is approximately US$ 70.000 (before taxes and at current exchange rates). Additional salary can be obtained via research grants and/or contracts.

Research Funding: Basic support for research activity to department members is provided, which includes travel expenses. Government agencies run several research funding programs to further support their research activities, and candidates will be expected to apply.

-) 3 non-tenure track assistant professor positions at DIM, University of Chile

https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/11596

The Department of Mathematical Engineering (DIM) of the University of Chile is offering three (3) non-tenure track assistant professor positions in Mathematics, starting preferably during the second half of 2018. Each position will last 2 years, renewable for up to 1 additional year subject to academic evaluation and availability of funds. Candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree at the date of appointment (preferably awarded 2014 onwards). Applications in all areas of Mathematics are encouraged, but priority will be given to those candidates whose research is related to the mathematical areas cultivated at DIM (see the webpage http://www.dim.uchile.cl/research-areas). Our department is strongly committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty; candidates from minority groups, and particularly female candidates, are encouraged to apply.

Candidates are expected to present evidence of an outstanding research record and a strong commitment to excellence in teaching. Duties include a moderate teaching load of two (2) one semester courses per year at an undergraduate or graduate level. The official language of teaching is Spanish.

Applications should be submitted via email to search.committee2018@dim.uchile.cl and consist of the following documents (in PDF): curriculum vitae (in English or Spanish), a research statement (in English) including a selection of at most three (3) most relevant publications and an outline of future research, and a teaching statement. Reception of applications will be acknowledged by email. Applicants should also ensure that three (3) or more recommendation letters by senior researchers reach the committee. These letters are to be sent by email to search.committee2018@dim.uchile.cl, mentioning as subject: Recommendation Letter for (name of the candidate). To ensure full consideration, all documents and recommendation letters should be received no later than March 15th, 2018.

VADU2018

VADU2018

19 – 21 February 2018

Federation University Australia Room T127, T Building, Mt Helen Campus Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

An invitation is extended to all academics and students to the Variational Analysis Down Under Conference 2018, which will bring together mathematicians from around the world and locally to present their research on variational analysis and its applications to optimisation. The event is in honour of Professor Asen Dontchev’s 70th birthday. Asen has made significant contributions to optimisation and other fields of mathematics.

Keynote speakers:

•Prof Regina Burachik, University of South Australia

•Prof Asen Dontchev, University of Michigan

•Prof Alejandro Jofre, University of Chile

•Prof Ekaterina Kostina, Heidelberg University

•Prof Lyudmila Polyakova, St Petersburg State University

•Prof Terry Rockafellar, University of Washington

 

To register please go to http://vadu2018.org