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The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Karlstad University has a research and teaching staff of more than 80 persons, including one full professor as well as one senior professor in Mathematics and five full professors in Computer Science. In Mathematics, research is conducted within mathematics including applied mathematics and mathematics education, and is driven by problem settings inspired by real world applications with focus on applied analysis (partial differential equations, multiscale modeling and simulation, functional analysis, kinetic theory and applications, and error correcting codes). For more details, see https://www.kau.se/en/mathematics.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Karlstad University is expanding its research and educational activities and therefore invites applications to complement and strengthen the current research in mathematics with a focus on applied mathematics and to bring in expertise in for instance stochastic modeling, computational statistics, applied stochastic processes, or other modern branches of applied mathematics. The successful applicant is expected to be able to collaborate with researchers in Mathematics and in other disciplines at Karlstad University. The position is an opportunity for building a research group.
The position is a full-time non-fixed term appointment which involves research, supervision of bachelor, master and doctoral students, and teaching. The professor is expected to carry out and manage research of high international standard, as well as participate actively in research applications for external funding. Duties include playing a role in curricula development, teaching, supervision, and examination in degree programmes at all levels. The professor is expected to teach and supervise partly in Swedish within two years. Karlstad University will supply adequate training to make this possible. Duties require attendance at the university on a daily basis.
To be qualified for employment as a professor in Mathematics, the applicant must demonstrate sufficient research and teaching expertise (Higher Education Ordinance Ch. 4, Sect. 3) in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics.
According to the Karlstad University regulations on appointments, teachers must have the competence required to fulfill the duties associated with the employment, and they must have completed courses in supervision and higher education pedagogy. In special circumstances, these courses may be completed within two years of employment as part of the professional development commitment. For more information on qualification requirements, see the Karlstad University regulations on appointments: https://www.kau.se/en/work-us/work/vacancies
Equal weight will be given to the assessment of teaching and research expertise. Special weight will be given to well-documented teaching experience and skills, and documentation of research skills relevant for the subject area of the position. Special weight will also be given to the ability to attract external funding.
Considerable weight will be given to personal qualities such as the ability to cooperate, good judgement, responsibility, commitment, and a positive attitude towards colleagues and students. Further, weight will be given to experience of education and research in collaboration with the surrounding community.
Terms of employment
This is a full-time non-fixed term employment with starting date at the earliest convenience.
You apply via the university’s online recruitment system Varbi. More information about what your application should include can be found in Application Guidelines for the appointment/promotion of professor or senior lecturer: https://www.kau.se/en/work-us/work/vacancies
Applicants are responsible for submitting a complete application before the deadline and in accordance with the instructions, and for documenting qualifications in a way that allows for an objective and qualitative assessment. An incomplete application may jeopardise a fair assessment of qualifications. Please include two references, at least one of which should be from a previous or current supervisor.
The application should include the following items:
Any documents and publications that you wish to include in your application must be attached to the electronic application (do not just provide links to them). Name each attachment so that it is clear what it contains. Documents that cannot be sent electronically, such as books, publications, software, should be delivered in three copies to:
State reference number REK2019/141
Last day of application: 2020-01-15
We look forward to your application!
Karlstad University has chosen advertising channels for this recruitment and declines any contacts from advertising or recruitment agencies.Type of employment: Permanent position
|Title||Professor in Mathematics with emphasis on Applied Mathematics|
|Job location||Universitetsgatan 2, 651 88 Karlstad|
|Published||November 1, 2019|
|Application deadline||January 15, 2020|
|Job types||Professor  |
|Fields||Algebra,   Statistics,   Logic,   Mathematics Education,   Analysis,   Applied Mathematics,   Number Theory,   Probability Theory,   Geometry and Topology,    and 2 more. Computational Mathematics,   Stochastics  |