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Assistant Professor - Univ of Graz

The Institute of Mathematics and Scientific Computing is filling an

Assistant Professor ( University Assistant with doctorate ) (40 hours
a week; fixed-term employment for 6 years; to be filled immediately)

Job specification:
- Research in the field of applied mathematics with emphasis on the
 analysis and the numerics of problems in mathematical image
 processing and inverse problems
- Collaboration in the special research program „Mathematical
 Optimization and Applications in the Biomedical Sciences“
 (http://math.uni-graz.at/mobis) and in interdisciplinary cooperation
 projects
- Independent teaching of courses in the field of applied mathematics,
 supervision of students and holding of exams
- Participation in organizational and administrative matters


Professional qualifications:
- Doctoral degree in a mathematical branch of study
- Solid knowledge of mathematical methods in image processing, inverse
 problems and numerical mathematics
- Knowledge of functional analysis, geometric measure theory,
 continuous mathematical optimization and its efficient algorithmic
 realization (desirable)

Personal profile:
- Ability for integration into interdisciplinary cooperation projects,
 in particular the special research program „Mathematical
 Optimization and Applications in the Biomedical Sciences“
- Capacity for teamwork, organizational talent and ability to
 communicate
- Ability to teach in german language

Salary:
According to university collective agreement B1 (currently €3,381.70
monthly gross income, 14x a year)

Information for application: On the institute's homepage at
http://math.uni-graz.at/jobs.html and on
http://jobs.uni-graz.at/en/MB/4/99

Application deadline: 24 April 2013
Reference Number: MB/4/99 ex 2012/13

As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, we explicitly
encourage nominations of and applications from women as well as from
all others who would bring additional diversity dimensions to the
institute's research and teaching strategies.

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