RTG-CCoM Postdoctoral Fellows
The Center for Computational Mathematics
in the Department of Mathematics at the University of California, San Diego
invites applications for two postdoctoral positions in applied mathematics,
computational science, or mathematical physics that are funded under a
NSF Research Training Group (RTG) grant. Applicants must be US citizens,
nationals, or permanent residents, and should hold a Ph.D. in mathematics
(or a related discipline) prior to the beginning of the appointment.
These two year positions are expected to have on average a one course
per quarter teaching load, and provide support for both the academic year
and the summer. In addition, travel support to attend conferences is provided.
Applicants must possess a recent Ph.D. degree received no earlier than
2013 in Mathematics or a related field.
The successful candidates will be mentored by several of the RTG PIs on one
or more of the following focus projects: (i) new algorithms for parallel
computation with adaptive multilevel finite elements; (ii) optimization with
ordinary or partial differential equation constraints;
(iii) structure-preserving numerical methods for field theories and
interconnected systems; (vi) geometric numerical methods for applications
in mathematical physics; and (v) numerical methods for quantum computation.
Additional information about the RTG can be found at
Applications received by January 15, 2015 at
will receive full consideration, but we will continue to review applications
until the positions are filled. Applications should include the following:
UCSD is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong
institutional commitment to the achievement of diversity among its faculty
- 3 Reference Letters (Writers should upload their reference letter to
mathjobs.org; at least one letter should address teaching
experience in some depth)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Publications List
- Research Statement
- Teaching Statement