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Permanent lectureship at Essex, England

created by daniele on 16 May 2022

Deadline: 17 jun 2022

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Dear colleagues,

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Essex is currently advertising a (permanent) lectureship in mathematics (akin to assistant professorship). I think geometers would have a very good chance at it:

The closing deadline is 17th June at 5pm UK time. Interviews are planned for: 29th-30th June. The expected start date is 1st September, but I believe there may be some room for negotiation.

Please, encourage any suitable candidates to apply. I am happy to answer any questions you may have but informal enquiries may also be made to Dr. Hongsheng Dai, Head of Department (telephone: +44 (0) 1206 873304 e-mail: hdaia(AT) Below is some excerpt on our research focus in geometry-related themes.

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Essex has two halves (Mathematics and Data Science) further subdivided in research themes. The Algebra, Discrete Mathematics and Geometry theme comprises seven permanent members of staff and some postdocs, fixed-term staff and PhD students. In particular in algebraic geometry (broadly understood), apart from Alastair Litterick and myself, we are expected to have one postdoc and at least two PhD students next academic year. The recent departmental growth strategy has enabled an expansion in the theme’s scope, doubling its size and we are expecting further growth in coming years. The department recently hosted two workshops in algebraic geometry (CoDiMa and AGGITatE) and there are plans for such events on an annual basis. In addition, the Analysis and Mathematical Physics theme comprises three academics who work on a broad range of topics including discrete and continuous integrable systems, Lie groups, Lie algebras and symmetries, analysis of PDEs, Harmonic analysis and Potential theory, algebraic methods in differential equations, and geometric analysis.

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