Applications are invited from outstanding candidates to join the
Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Liverpool for
a three year post-doctoral position.
Candidates should have a PhD in Applied/Computational Mathematics and
experience in the area of Numerical Optimisation and PDEs. Knowledge
of variational models, convex analysis, imaging modelling and
programming would be advantageous. Good written and verbal
communication skills and a track record of publication in leading
journals are essential.
The consortium of 4 UK Universities (Liverpool, Edinburgh, Durham and
Heriot- Watt) was recently awarded a major research grant of 1.3
million by the EPSRC to undertake a multidisciplinary project entitled
¡°A novel diagnostic tool: from structural health monitoring to tissue
quality prediction¡±; three more posts will be advertised.
Further details, including salary, can be found at
The closing date for applications is May 24th. Informal enquiries can be
made to Prof. Ke Chen (email@example.com / http://www.liv.ac.uk/cmit)