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NA Digest, V. 13, # 29

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Subject: NA Digest, V. 13, # 29

NA Digest  Wednesday, September 11, 2013  Volume 13 : Issue 29

Today's Editor:

	Daniel M. Dunlavy
	Sandia National Labs
	[log in to unmask]

Today's Topics:

	A new Numerical Analysis group on LinkedIn 
	Mondriaan 4.0: Sparse Matrix Partitioning Package
	COST Workshop on MINLP 2013 (CWMINLP13), France, Oct 2013
	Woudschoten Conference, The Netherlands, Oct 2013
	Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, Hong Kong, Nov 2013
	Integral Eqn Meths Electmgn Scattering, The Netherlands, Nov 2013
	Mid Atlantic NA Day, USA, Nov 2013
	Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Eng, Hong Kong, Dec 2013
	New Algorithms for Exascale Computing, Germany, Dec 2013
	Numerical Analysis of PDEs, Chile, Dec 2013
	Numerical Analysis and Optimization, Oman, Jan 2014
	High Performance Computing Symposium, USA, Apr 2014
	ESCO 2014, Czech Republic, Jun 2014
	Department Head Position, Univ of British Columbia
	Faculty Position, Engineering Mathematics, New Zealand
	Faculty Position, Scientific Computing, Univof Waterloo, Canada
	Faculty Positions, Cornell Univ
	Faculty Postion, Control/Optimization, NCSU 
	Professor Position, Numerical Analysis, Univ of Geneva
	Tenure Track Position, Mathematics, North Carolina State Univ
	Tenure-Track and Tenured Faculty Positions, Rice Univ
	Tenured Position, Applied Mathematics, Brazil
	Senior Lecturer Position, Engineering Mathematics, New Zealand
	Assistant Professor Position, Applied Mathematics, Notre Dame
	Assistant Professor Position, Comput. Math, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
	Householder Fellowship, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
	Marie Curie Research Fellow Position, High Frequency Wave Modelling
	Postdoc Fellowship Position, Computing Sciences, LLNL
	Postdoc Fellowship or Early Career Award, MBI
	Postdoc Position, Applied Industrial Mathematical Modelling, Brazil
	Postdoc Position, Applied Industrial Mathematical Modelling, Brazil
	Postdoc Position, Scientific Computing, Brazil
	Postdoc Position, Scientific Computing, Memorial Univ
	Postdoc Position, Scientific Computing, Univ of Wuppertal, Germany
	Postdoc Position, Wilkinson Fellowship, Argonne National Laboratory
	Postdoc Positions, Krylov solvers for extreme scale, Inria France
	Postdoc Positions, Mathematical Optimization, Argonne
	Postdoc Positions, Sandia National Laboratories, ALbuquerque, NM
	Postdoc and PhD Positions, KU Leuven ESAT-STADIUS, Belgium
	Postdoc and PhD Positions, Scientific Computing, Sktech
	PhD Fellowship Position, Pharmacometrics & Comp Disease Modelling
	PhD Position, NAIS, Univ of Strathclyde, UK
	PhD Position, Tomography, Univ of Edinburgh
	PhD Positions, Mathematics, Cambridge Centre for Analysis, UK
	PhD Positions, Univ of Insubria (Varese-Como), Italy
	New Journal, Journal of Complex Networks
	Contents, ACM Transactions on Math Software (TOMS), 39 (4)
	Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing, 57 (1)
	Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 64 (1)
	Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 63 (4)
	Contents, Siberian J of Num Mathematics, 16 (1)
	Contents, Siberian J of Num Mathematics, 16 (2) 
	Contents, Siberian J of Num Mathematics, 16 (3) 

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Submissions for NA Digest:
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From: Manolo Venturin [log in to unmask]
Date: August 28, 2013
Subject: A new Numerical Analysis group on LinkedIn 

A new group on Numerical Analysis is available on LinkedIn in order
to promote it as a powerful tool in industrial applications and in
academic research.

The aim of the group "Numerical Analysis" is to share ideas about
numerical methods, software, books, workshops, conferences and job
opportunities related to Numerical Analysis.

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From: Rob Bisseling [log in to unmask]
Date: August 30, 2013
Subject: Mondriaan 4.0: Sparse Matrix Partitioning Package

We would like to announce the availability of version 4.0 of the
Mondriaan package. Mondriaan can be used as a preprocessing tool for
large parallel sparse matrix-vector multiplications.  It subdivides
the nonzeros of the matrix into a desired number of parts and
generates a permutation of the matrix based on this subdivision.

Version 4.0 contains several improvements compared to its previous
version. These are:

- The medium-grain partitioning method, which offers improved
  quality and faster partitioning. Medium-grain is the new default
  partitioning strategy.
- Improved quality through iterative refinement of bipartitionings
  by using the medium-grain method.
- Advanced matching of hypergraph vertices in the coarsening phase
  of the partitioning, through the use of the PGA' matching algorithm.
- The lambda*(lambda - 1) hypergraph cost metric which measures the
  communication volume of all-neighbor communication.

The package and related documentation can be obtained from:
http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~bisse101/Mondriaan/

Mondriaan is written in C and distributed under the GNU LGPL license.

Authors: Rob Bisseling, Bas Fagginger Auer,
         Daniel Pelt, Albert-Jan Yzelman


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From: Leo Liberti [log in to unmask]
Date: August 22, 2013
Subject: COST Workshop on MINLP 2013 (CWMINLP13), France, Oct 2013

COST Workshop on MINLP 2013 (CWMINLP13)
Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, 2013
Institut Henri Poincare, Paris, France

Mixed-Integer Nonlinear Programming (MINLP) is concerned with finding
optimal solutions of optimization problems involving continuous and
integer variables, as well as nonlinear terms in the objective
function and constraints.

The EU COST Action TD1207 "Mathematical Optimization in the
DecisionSupport Systems for Efficient and Robust Energy Networks"
sponsors the event, so the broad topic of energy networks is one that
we plan to emphasize at the workshop.

Call for posters: if you want to present a poster, please send:author
names, title and a short abstract (max 1 page) [log in to unmask]

To register, just send your name and affiliation to [log in to unmask]

There is no registration fee.

Confirmed speakers so far: Amir AHMADI, Aysegul ALTIN, Immanuel BOMZE,
Christoph BUCHHEIM, Sonia CAFIERI, Emilio CARRIZOSA, Sandrine
CHAROUSSET, Antonio FRANGIONI, Joao GOUVEIA, Christoph HELMBERG,
Eligius HENDRIX, Christian KIRCHES, James LUEDTKE, Martin MEVISSEN,
Ruth MISENER, Shmuel ONN, Frederic ROUPIN, Nikolaos SAHINIDIS, Stefan
VIGERSKE, Julius ZILINSKAS


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From: Margreet Nool [log in to unmask]
Date: August 26, 2013
Subject: Woudschoten Conference, The Netherlands, Oct 2013

We are pleased to announce the thirty-eighth Woudschoten Conference
of the Dutch and Flemish Numerical Analysis Communities will be held
on 2 - 4 October 2013, at the Woudschoten Conference Center, Zeist,
The Netherlands.

Themes of the conference will be:
Adaptive finite element methods
- Invited speakers:
-- Ricardo Nochetto (USA)
-- Serge Prudhomme (Canada)
-- Pavel Solin (USA)

Inverse problems and uncertainty quantification
-Invited speakers:
-- Andrew Stuart (UK)
-- Olivier Le Maitre (France)
-- Youssef Marzouk (USA)

A full announcement is available on the conference web page
http://wsc.project.cwi.nl/conferentieE.php

Participants are invited to present a poster about their present
research. See the conference website for more details.

Organizing committee 2013:
Harald van Brummelen (chair), Hans Kraaijevanger, Stefan
Vandewalle, Jaap van der Vegt, Margreet Nool (secretary)


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From: Michael Ng [log in to unmask]
Date: September 07, 2013
Subject: Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, Hong Kong, Nov 2013

International Workshop on Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications
(in honor of the 75th birthday of Prof. Robert Plemmons)
November 17-18, 2013, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Numerical Linear Algebra and is an active research area to which
Prof. Robert Plemmons has made many fundamental contributions in the
past, e.g. in nonnegativity and M-matrices. He has worked on
applications of numerical linear algebra and optimization to image
processing for the past 20 years. His work includes a wide range of
disciplines, such as geospatial imaging and randomized algorithms for
remote sensing. Bob's research has been continuously funded by
research grants form a variety of government sources since 1968.

The workshop aims to provide a forum for leading experts and active
young researchers in the field to exchange ideas and present their
latest research achievements, as well as to explore exciting new
directions in the areas.

Invited Speakers:
Abraham Berman   Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Michael Berry    The University of Tennessee
Dave Brady       Duke University
Raymond Chan     The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tony Chan        The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Moody Chu        North Carolina State University
Nicolas Gillis   Universit de Mons
Stuart Jefferies University of Hawaii
Misha Kilmer     Tufts University
James Nagy       Emory University
Michael Ng       Hong Kong Baptist University
Sudhakar Prasad  University of New Mexico
Liqun Qi         The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Haiwei Sun       University of Macau
Jinyun Yuan      Universidade Federal do Paran
Peter Zhang      Wake Forest University

For detailed information, please visit
http://www.math.cuhk.edu.hk/conference/nlaa2013/


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From: Duncan van der Heul [log in to unmask]
Date: September 09, 2013
Subject: Integral Eqn Meths Electmgn Scattering, The Netherlands, Nov 2013

On November 12 2013, the Delft Institute for Applied Mathematics
(DIAM), the George Green Institute for Electromagnetics Research (GMR)
and the National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) will organize a workshop
entitled: INT13 An Integral Approach to Electromagnetic Scattering: A
workshop on recent developments in theory and applications.

The purpose of this workshop is three-fold. First of all it will
provide a forum for researchers in the field of time and frequency
domain integral equations to exchange new ideas and start new
cooperations, initiated by a number of invited talks by leading
experts. Furthermore, the workshop provides an opportunity to PhD
students to share the results of their research with more experienced
researchers, get feedback and extend their network.  Finally, we have
planned a common exercise prior to the workshop, in which all
attendees of the workshop can participate. In this common exercise
four challenging test cases for time-domain integral equation solvers
are presented. We will collect the results in advance and present and
discuss them on the workshop.  This will help understand the benefits
and shortcomings of the different approaches to formulating
time-domain scattering modeling through integral equations in use
today.

All information on the event can be found on the website. If you would
like to attend, contribute or participate in the common exercise, do
not hesitate to contact the organisers.

Date:   Tuesday November 12, 2013
Venue: National Aerospace Laboratory NLR, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Organisers: Kristof Cools, Harmen van der Ven & Duncan van der Heul
Keynote speaker: Prof. Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan
Website: http://ta.twi.tudelft.nl/nw/users/duncan/INT13/index.html
Contact: [log in to unmask]


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From: Daniel Szyld [log in to unmask]
Date: September 03, 2013
Subject: Mid Atlantic NA Day, USA, Nov 2013

The Mid-Atlantic NA Day 2013 will take place at
Temple University, Philadelphia, on Friday 22 November 2013.

The purpose of this one-day meeting is to provide a forum for Graduate
Students and Postdoctoral Fellows, i.e., researchers and practitioners
at the very beginning of their careers, from the Mid-Atlantic region,
to exchange ideas in numerical analysis, scientific computing and
related application areas.  More established scientists are encouraged
to attend as well.

Keynote speaker: Marsha Berger, Courant Institute, NYU "Old and New
Challenges for Embedded Boundary Grids in Computational Fluid
Dynamics"

Abstract submission deadline is October 7, 2013.  There will be no
registration fee, but we ask participants to please register.

Submissions, registration, hotel info and more at:
http://www.math.temple.edu/research/applied/na-day/

Questions? write to us at [log in to unmask]


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From: Etienne Boileau [log in to unmask]
Date: August 05, 2013
Subject: Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Eng, Hong Kong, Dec 2013

It is our pleasure to invite you to submit an abstract for the 3rd
International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical
Engineering (CMBE13), to be held between 16th and 18th December at
City University of Hong Kong.

The final deadline is 15 August 2013 (details at
http://www.compbiomed.net/2013/abstract-submission-(general).htm).

For invited speakers, mini-symposia and other information, please
consult the conference website at http://www.compbiomed.net


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From: Axel Klawonn [log in to unmask]
Date: September 01, 2013
Subject: New Algorithms for Exascale Computing, Germany, Dec 2013

SPPEXA-Workshop "New Algorithms for Exascale Computing"

University of Cologne, Germany
December 04-06, 2013
http://www.mi.uni-koeln.de/numerik_workshop

Important deadlines:
- Submission of abstracts: September 30, 2013
- Registration: October 20, 2013

This workshop will address algorithmic, programming and application
software aspects for the simulation of complex multiscale problems on
the future supercomputers for exascale computing. It is organized
within and funded by the German Priority Program 1648 "Software for
Exascale Computing" (SPPEXA) by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
(DFG). Multiscale problems appear in different SPPEXA projects, e.g.,
the simulation of high strength steels in EXASTEEL or the simulation
of flow in environmental or technical porous media in EXA-DUNE. ESSEX
develops exascale sparse eigensolvers for studies of graphene-based
structures, topological insulators, and quantum Hall effect
devices. There is a common need for efficient computational
homogenization schemes and highly scalable and robust preconditioners
on the basis of algebraic multigrid and domain decomposition
methods. In this workshop we plan to bring together internationally
known experts from these fields of research with researchers from the
projects ESSEX, EXA-DUNE, EXASTEEL, ExaStencils, and TerraNeo. The
workshop will be also open for other projects from SPPEXA as well as
for researchers from outside the priority program.

Invited speakers:
Gundolf Haase (Universität Graz, Austria)
Mike Heroux (Sandia National Laboratories, USA)
David Keyes (KAUST, Saudi Arabia)
Robert Klöfkorn (NCAR, USA)
Ulrike Meier Yang (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)
Robert Scheichl (University of Bath, UK)
Robert Strzodka (NVIDIA Corp., USA)
Organizing committee:
Achim Basermann (DLR Köln, ESSEX)
Axel Klawonn (Universität zu Köln, EXASTEEL)
Mario Ohlberger (WWU Münster, EXA-DUNE)
Oliver Rheinbach (TU Bergakademie Freiberg, EXASTEEL)

For further information on the German Priority Program "Software
for Exascale Computing (SPPEXA)", see http://www.sppexa.de.


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From: Raimund Burger [log in to unmask]
Date: August 22, 2013
Subject: Numerical Analysis of PDEs, Chile, Dec 2013

The Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso is proud to host
"Valparaiso Numerico IV", the Seventh Meeting on Numerical Analysis of
Partial Differential Equations, to be held December 11-13, 2013.

The workshop is open to all researchers working or interested in the
field, and you are invited to contribute a presentation on your
current work. We encourage in particular graduate students to
participate; there is some financial support available. As in our
previous meetings, the idea of this workshop is for Chilean
researchers and colleagues from abroad to meet and to continue or
start collaborations and to learn about new activities in the
area. There is no registration fee.

Please register until October 17 by sending an email with your name
and affiliation to [log in to unmask]

Please indicate whether you want to give a presentation.

Deadlines:
Application for studentships: September 30th, 2013
Registration: October 17th, 2013
Submission of abstracts: October 30th, 2013

For further information, check http://www.ci2ma.udec.cl/vn4/


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From: Mehi Al-Baali [log in to unmask]
Date: September 01, 2013
Subject: Numerical Analysis and Optimization, Oman, Jan 2014

The third Conference on “Numerical Analysis and Optimization: Theory,
Methods, Applications and Technology Transfer,” Sultan Qaboos
University, Muscat, Oman, January 5-9, 2014 (http://www.nao2014.com).

Paul Armand, Marida Bertocchi, Oleg Burdakov, Andrew R. Conn, Yu-Hong
Dai, Jacques Desrosiers, Iain Duff, John Ford, Michael Hintermüller,
Nezam Mahdavi-Amiri, Dominique Orban, Amiya Kumar Pani, Martin Reed,
Peter Richtarik, Cornelis Roos, Ekkehard W. Sachs, Michael Saunders,
Emilio Spedicato, Brian Straughan, Tamas Terlaky, Andrew Wathen, Hong
Wang, Yinyu Ye.

Registration is required for all those wishing to attend the meeting
(available places, particularly for those outside Oman, are
limited). To participate at the conference, please apply online or
send an e-mail as early as possible. If a participate wishes to
contribute a talk, an abstract is required online [or by email and be
arranged, in latex if possible, as follows: Title of the talk, Name(s)
of the Author(s) (the speaker should be in bold face), Mailing
address(es) with affiliation, E-mail address(es), Keywords, and text
of the abstract (maximum one page in 12 point)].  Acceptance will be
notified in due time.

Abstract Submission Deadline: November 28, 2014.
Registration Deadline: December 12, 2014.

FURTHER INFORMATION:
Please visit the website http://www.nao2014.com or send an email to
either [log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask]


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From: Karl Rupp [log in to unmask]
Date: September 07, 2013
Subject: High Performance Computing Symposium, USA, Apr 2014

22nd High Performance Computing Symposium (HPC'14)
Part of the SCS Spring Simulation Multiconference (SpringSim'14)
April 13-16, 2014 | Tampa, FL, USA
http://www.iue.tuwien.ac.at/hpc2014.html

Abstract submission due:    September 13, 2013
Feedback to authors:        September 20, 2013
(Abstract submissions are not compulsory)
Paper submission due:       October   25, 2013

The 2014 Spring Simulation Multiconference will feature the 22nd High
Performance Computing Symposium (HPC 2014), devoted to the impact of
high performance computing and communications on computer simulations.

Topics of interest include:
- High performance/large scale application case studies
- GPU for general purpose computations (GPGPU)
- Multicore and many-core computing
- Power aware computing
- Cloud, distributed, and grid computing
- Asynchronous numerical methods and programming
- Hybrid system modeling and simulation
- Large scale visualization and data management
- Tools and environments for coupling parallel codes
- Parallel algorithms and architectures
- High performance software tools
- Resilience at the simulation level
- Component technologies for high performance computing


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From: Pavel Solin [log in to unmask]
Date: September 04, 2013
Subject: ESCO 2014, Czech Republic, Jun 2014

ESCO 2014 - 4th European Seminar on Computing
15 - 20 June 2014, Pilsen, Czech Republic
http://esco2014.femhub.com

ESCO 2014 is the 4th event in a successful series of
interdisciplineary international conferences. It promotes modern
technologies and practices in scientific computing and visualization,
and strengthens the interaction between researchers and practitioners
in various areas of computational engineering and sciences. The
meeting takes place in the beautiful historic city of Pilsen whose
origins date back to the 13th century. Pilsen's rich history is
summarized on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plzen

Thematic areas of ESCO 2014:
- Multiphysics coupled problems
- Higher-order computational methods
- GPU computing and Cloud computing
- Computing with Python and Octave
- Open source projects in scientific computing

Application areas include, but are not limited to: Computational
electromagnetics, Civil engineering, Nuclear engineering, Mechanical
engineering, Nonlinear dynamics, Fluid dynamics, Climate and weather
modeling, Computational ecology, Wave propagation, Acoustics,
Geophysics, Geomechanics and rock mechanics, Hydrology, Subsurface
modeling, Biomechanics, Bioinformatics, Computational chemistry,
Stochastic differential equations, Uncertainty quantification, and
others.

Invited keynote speakers: Oszkar Biro, Herbert Edelsbrunner,
Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, Stanley Osher, Ulrich Rüde

As always, proceedings of ESCO 2014 will appear as a special issue
ofan international journal with impact factor (negotiations still
pending). Abstract submission deadline is December 15, 2013. For more
details please visit the conference web page.


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From: Yves Lucet [log in to unmask]
Date: August 23, 2013
Subject: Department Head Position, Univ of British Columbia

Head of Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and
Statistics–Associate or Full Professor Competition: HEAD UNIT 5–13 The
Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences at the University of
British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, invites applications for the
position of Head of Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, and
Statistics.

This administrative Unit is one of eight Units within the Irving
K. Barber School of Arts and Science and has a total of 25 faculty
members and 3 staff members. Graduate students have access to graduate
programs in mathematics and interdisciplinary studies. Undergraduate
programs include majors and minors in each of the four disciplines, as
well as specialized interdisciplinary programs in Mathematical Physics
and Mathematical Sciences. The ideal candidate will be in the early
stages of the Full Professor rank, although a senior Associate
Professor may also be considered.

The Head’s position includes a faculty appointment. We are seeking a
candidate with demonstrated excellence in research, teaching,
leadership and management skills, with proven ability to lead and
motivate faculty, staff, and students.

Field of research specialization can be related to any area of
Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, or Statistics. We are
especially interested in candidates spanning at least two of these
areas. Desirable attributes include a strong record of published
research and external funding as well as prior experience in academic
administration and undergraduate and graduate education. To apply see
the full description at

http://www.ubc.ca/okanagan/hr/careers/faculty/tenuretrack.html


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From: J.P. Lewis [log in to unmask]
Date: September 06, 2013
Subject: Faculty Position, Engineering Mathematics, New Zealand

This is a challenging new opportunity within the School of
Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research to develop a programme
in engineering mathematics and be part of a leading research group in
the mathematical sciences.

The role will include delivery of teaching, in conjunction with the
School of Engineering and Computer Science, to the Engineering
programme, and will require innovative thinking and a flair for
motivation of engineering students.

The appointee should have:
- A PhD in the mathematical sciences, engineering or a closely related
  field
- Post-doctoral experience as a researcher or lecturer in an applied
  area of the mathematical sciences.
- An understanding of and proven ability in teaching mathematics to
  students of engineering or another field requiring application of
  mathematical sciences.
- A good working knowledge of Matlab or Python, Maple or Mathematica.
- Proven research ability, including publication in international
  refereed journals.

Familiarity with a branch of engineering related to the
specialisations in the engineering programme at Victoria -
electronics, computer systems, networks, software, mechatronics,
signal processing or in computer vision and graphics - would be an
advantage

http://vacancies.vuw.ac.nz/positiondetail.asp?p=6579

Victoria University is located in Wellington, New Zealand.  Wellington
is rated among the worlds top-20 cities in terms of quality of life.
http://www.forbes.com/2009/04/27/cities-best-live-lifestyle-real-estate-best-
places-to-live_slide_10.html

Victoria University was rated first in the national research ranking
this year.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellington/8538575/Victoria-number-
one-for-research

Senior Lecturer is equivalent to the North American Assoc. professor
rank.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_ranks_(Australia_and_New_Zealand)


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From: Lilia Krivodonova [log in to unmask]
Date: September 06, 2013
Subject: Faculty Position, Scientific Computing, Univof Waterloo, Canada

The Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo
invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the
field of scientific computing. Candidates should show evidence of
outstanding potential in research and should have a strong
mathematical background. Involvement in an area of application that
overlaps with current activity in the department will be an
advantage. We are looking for applicants with an enthusiasm for
teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and for the
supervision of graduate students.

The Department of Applied Mathematics has 22 regular faculty and
two lecturers. Research interests include scientific computing,
control theory, differential equations and dynamical systems, fluid
dynamics, mathematical biology and medicine, and mathematical
physics. The department has a substantial graduate program with
over 70 graduate students pursuing Masters or PhD degrees, and
strong undergraduate programs in applied mathematics and
mathematical physics. More information about the department can be
found at http://math.uwaterloo.ca/applied-mathematics/.

Candidates interested in this position should have a PhD or
equivalent in Applied Mathematics, or related field. Appointment at
the Assistant Professor level is preferred, but extraordinarily
strong candidates will be considered for a more senior position.
Salary will be commensurate with experience and research record.
This appointment is expected to commence during the 2014 calendar
year.

To apply, please email a curriculum vitae, a statement of research
interests, a statement of teaching philosophy and the names and
addresses of at least three referees to [log in to unmask]
Reference letters should not be sent at this stage. The deadline
for receiving  applications is December 1, 2013. Applications
received after this date will be considered only if the position
has not been filled.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians
and permanent residents will be given priority. The University of
Waterloo encourages applications from all qualified individuals,
including women, members of visible minorities, native peoples, and
persons with  disabilities.

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From: Justine Joanne Hayag [log in to unmask]
Date: September 04, 2013
Subject: Faculty Positions, Cornell Univ

Faculty Positions
School of Operations Research & Information Engineering (ORIE)

Cornell is a community of scholars, known for intellectual rigor and
engaged in deep and broad research, teaching tomorrow’s thought
leaders to think otherwise, care for others, and create and
disseminate knowledge with a public purpose.

Cornell University's School of Operations Research and Information
Engineering (ORIE) seeks to fill up to two tenured/tenure-track
faculty positions for its Ithaca campus. Applicants with research
interests in all areas of operations research and information
engineering will be considered, but applicants in areas aligned with
the School’s current strategic plan will receive primary
consideration: the plan seeks to strengthen the School’s leading role
in advancing the analytical, methodological, and modeling tools of
operations research together with the potential of “Big Data” and the
information revolution.

Requisite is a strong interest in the broad mission of the School,
exceptional potential for leadership in research and education, an
ability and willingness to teach at all levels of the program, and a
PhD in operations research, mathematics, statistics, or a related
field by the start of the appointment. Salary will be appropriate to
qualifications and engineering school norms.

Cornell ORIE is a diverse group of high-quality researchers and
educators interested in probability, optimization, statistics,
simulation, and a wide array of applications such as manufacturing,
e-commerce, supply chains, scheduling, transportation systems, health
care, financial engineering, service systems and network science. We
value mathematical and technical depth and innovation, and experience
with applications and practice. Ideal candidates will have
correspondingly broad training and interests.  Please apply online at
https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3039 with a cover letter, CV,
statements of teaching and research interests, sample publications,
list of reference letter writers and, for junior applicants, a
doctoral transcript. Applications will be reviewed starting on October
1, 2013 (prior to the annual INFORMS conference); although all
applications completed by November 15, 2013, will receive full
consideration, candidates are urged to submit all required material as
soon as possible.  Applications will be accepted until the positions
are filled.

ORIE and the College of Engineering at Cornell embrace diversity and
seek candidates who can contribute to a welcoming climate for students
of all races and genders. Cornell University seeks to meet the needs
of dual career couples, has a Dual Career program, and is a member of
the Upstate New York Higher Education Recruitment Consortium to assist
with dual career searches. Visit http://www.unyherc.org/home/ to see
positions available in higher education in the upstate New York
area. Cornell University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
educator and employer. We strongly encourage qualified women and
minority candidates to apply.

Find us online at http://hr.cornell.edu/jobs or
Facebook.com/CornellCareers

Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great
place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students and staff
impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose and contribute creative
ideas to further the university's mission of teaching, discovery and
engagement. Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell's far-flung global presence
includes the medical college's campuses on the Upper East Side of
Manhattan and in Doha, Qatar, as well as the new CornellNYC Tech
campus to be built on Roosevelt Island in the heart of New York City.

Diversity and inclusion have been and continue to be a part of our
heritage.  Cornell University is a recognized EEO/AA employer and
educator.


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From: Steve Campbell [log in to unmask]
Date: August 22, 2013
Subject: Faculty Postion, Control/Optimization, NCSU 

The Mathematics Department at North Carolina State University invites
applications for a tenure-track position beginning Fall 2014,
depending on the availability of funding.  We are seeking an
exceptionally well-qualified individual with research interests
compatible with those in the department. This position will be fully
in the Mathematics Department but the candidate will be expected to
interact with the Operations Research program and teach some courses
in that program.

All relevant research areas are of interest but optimization and
control fit especially well with the current strengths of the
department. Candidates must have a PhD in the mathematical sciences,
an outstanding research program, a commitment to effective teaching at
the undergraduate and graduate levels and demonstrated potential for
excellence in both research and teaching. She or he will likely have
had successful post-doctoral experience. The Department of Mathematics
has strong research programs in both pure and applied
mathematics. Many members of the department participate in
interdisciplinary programs and research groups on campus and in the
broader Research Triangle community. More information about the
department can be found at http://www.math.ncsu.edu. To submit your
application materials, go to http://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/ncsu.

The position is labeled [ORM]. Include a vita, at least three letters
of recommendation, and a description of current and planned
research. To be considered for this position please also go to
http://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/27460 and apply for this job to complete
the Faculty Profile. Reference Position 00103531.Write to
[log in to unmask] for questions concerning this
position. AA/EOE.

In addition, NC State welcomes all persons without regard to sexual
orientation. The College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
welcomes the opportunity to work with candidates to identify suitable
employment opportunities for spouses or partners.  For ADA
accommodations, please contact Human Resources by email at
[log in to unmask] or by calling (919) 515-2135.

Applications received by November 15, 2013 will be given priority


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From: Martin J. Gander [log in to unmask]
Date: August 25, 2013
Subject: Professor Position, Numerical Analysis, Univ of Geneva

The Faculty of Science of the University of Geneva invites
applications for a position as

Full professor, associate professor, or tenure track assistant
professor in Numerical Analysis

This is a full time position. Duties include developing an
international research program at the highest level, teaching at
undergraduate and graduate level, and obtaining external funding.  The
successful candidate will supervise doctoral and masters’ theses, and
will also participate in administrative duties at the departmental
level. The Department of Mathematics offers a stimulating research
environment with a long tradition in numerical analysis, and unique
synergies with other disciplines in mathematics and computational
science.

Applications including a CV, teaching and research plan, a complete
list of publications and a copy of the certificate of the highest
degree obtained, should be done exclusively on-line before October
31st, 2013, on the site of the University, at the address :
https://jobs.icams.unige.ch/. where the announcement can be also
consulted.  No paper file will be accepted.

Applications from female candidates are particularly welcome.


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From: Ilse Ipsen [log in to unmask]
Date: August 23, 2013
Subject: Tenure Track Position, Mathematics, North Carolina State Univ

The Mathematics Department at North Carolina State University invites
applications for a tenure-track position beginning Fall 2014,
depending on the availability of funding.

We are seeking an exceptionally well-qualified individual with
research interests compatible with those in the department, and in
particular in the two general areas of numerical linear algebra, or
control.

Candidates must have a PhD in the mathematical sciences or related
areas; a successful post-doctoral experience; an outstanding research
program; a commitment to effective teaching at the undergraduate and
graduate levels; and demonstrated potential for excellence in both
research and teaching.

The Department of Mathematics has strong research programs in applied
and pure mathematics. Many members of the department participate in
interdisciplinary programs and research groups. Information about the
department is available athttp://www.math.ncsu.edu.

Submit your application materials at
http://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/ncsu.

Please include curriculum vitae, at least three letters of
recommendation, and a description of current and planned research. You
will then receive instructions to complete a faculty profile at
http://jobs.ncsu.edu/positings/27650.

For questions concerning the position contact: [log in to unmask]

North Carolina State University is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative
Action Employer, and welcomes all persons without regard to sexual
orientation. The College of Sciences welcomes the opportunity to work
with candidates to identify suitable employment opportunities for
spouses or partners.

Priority will be given to applications received by 15 November 2013.


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From: Fran Moshiri [log in to unmask]
Date: August 27, 2013
Subject: Tenure-Track and Tenured Faculty Positions, Rice Univ

Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics (CAAM)  
Rice University

The Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
(http://www.caam.rice.edu/) seeks outstanding candidates 
for several tenure track or tenured faculty positions 
beginning July 1, 2014.  The Department offers an excellent 
research environment and hosts research programs in optimization, 
numerical linear algebra, control and inverse problems, 
partial differential equations, and scientific computing.  
Interdisciplinary work is a fundamental aspect of the 
Department’s program.

Candidates should have a PhD and an exceptional record 
of research and teaching, or demonstrated potential for 
excellence in both research and teaching in case of 
emerging scholars.

Applications consisting of a letter of application, 
current curriculum vitae containing a list of publications, 
a description of research, and a statement on teaching 
should be submitted via the website http://www.MathJobs.Org.  
In addition, candidates should arrange for at least three 
letters of recommendations, which may be submitted on the 
same website.  

To receive full consideration the complete application 
must be received by December 15, 2013.

Rice University is an AA/EO employer.

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From: José Alberto Cuminato [log in to unmask]
Date: September 10, 2013
Subject: Tenured Position, Applied Mathematics, Brazil

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics (SME) of the
Institute of Mathematical and Computer Sciences of the University of
São Paulo (ICMC-USP) at São Carlos, is making a public call for a
full-time tenured professor/researcher position, level of Assistant
Professor (Doctor).

Applicants must hold a PhD in the fields of Applied Mathematics,
Mathematics or similar, must be well qualified and have a scientific
research orientation.

The official webpage for the call, in Portuguese, is
http://www.icmc.usp.br/CMS/Arquivos/arquivos_enviados/ATAC_153_079%20_2013%20
SME%20site.pdf

where all the selection steps/exams are described in detail, as well
as other points (current salary,...)

Any question or information about the mechanism of the exams should be
addressed to the head of the department by email ([log in to unmask] ),
specifying JOB OFFER on the message header.


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From: J.P. Lewis [log in to unmask]
Date: September 06, 2013
Subject: Senior Lecturer Position, Engineering Mathematics, New Zealand

This is a challenging new opportunity within the School of
Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research to develop a programme
in engineering mathematics and be part of a leading research group in
the mathematical sciences.

The role will include delivery of teaching, in conjunction with the
School of Engineering and Computer Science, to the Engineering
programme, and will require innovative thinking and a flair for
motivation of engineering students.

The appointee should have:
- A PhD in the mathematical sciences, engineering or a closely related
  field
- Post-doctoral experience as a researcher or lecturer in an applied
  area of the mathematical sciences.
- An understanding of and proven ability in teaching mathematics to
  students of engineering or another field requiring application of
  mathematical sciences.
- A good working knowledge of Matlab or Python, Maple or Mathematica.
- Proven research ability, including publication in international
  refereed journals.

Familiarity with a branch of engineering related to the
specialisations in the engineering programme at Victoria –
electronics, computer systems, networks, software, mechatronics,
signal processing or in computer vision and graphics – would be an
advantage

http://vacancies.vuw.ac.nz/positiondetail.asp?p=6579

Victoria University is located in Wellington, New Zealand.  Wellington
is rated among the worlds top-20 cities in terms of quality of life.
http://www.forbes.com/2009/04/27/cities-best-live-lifestyle-real-estate-best-
places-to-live_slide_10.html

Victoria University was rated first in the national research ranking
this year.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellington/8538575/Victoria-number-
one-for-research

Senior Lecturer is equivalent to the North American Assoc. professor
rank.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_ranks_(Australia_and_New_Zealand)


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From: Yongtao Zhang [log in to unmask]
Date: September 03, 2013
Subject: Assistant Professor Position, Applied Mathematics, Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame has committed six new faculty positions
to the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and
Statistics (ACMS) to be filled over the next three years. Positions at
both the junior and senior level are available. At this time we
especially seek to hire an assistant professor in multidisciplinary
applied mathematics in any research specialty that builds on our
existing activities. Exceptional candidates at the tenured level may
also be considered.

ACMS includes research groups in applied mathematics, mathematical and
computational biology, statistics and computational science.  The
current eleven faculty members have research interests in
mathematical, computational and multiscale modeling in biology,
especially of blood clotting, biofilms, cellular biology and tumor
growth; applied analysis; numerical and computational algorithms;
Bayesian statistics; statistical bioinformatics and high-dimensional
data; finance; statistics in networks and Big Data. ACMS offers a
Bachelor of Science, a doctoral degree, a research masters degree and
a professional masters degree. ACMS is a member of the College of
Science.

The successful applicant must have a doctorate in applied mathematics,
mathematics, computational science, or a closely related field, and a
record of success in both research and teaching.  The teaching load in
ACMS is 3 courses per year, and the position begins in August
2014. Applications received by December 1, 2013 will be given full
consideration.

Applications, including a cover letter, curriculum vitae and research
and teaching statements, should be filed through MathJobs
(www.MathJobs.org). Applicants should also arrange for at least three
letters of recommendation to be submitted through the MathJobs system.
These letters should address the applicant's research accomplishments
and supply evidence that the applicant has the ability to communicate
articulately and teach effectively.  Senior faculty are invited to
contact the Department Chair, Steven Buechler, at [log in to unmask],
at any time.

Notre Dame is an equal opportunity employer, and we particularly
welcome applications from women and minority candidates.


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From: Bengt Fornberg [log in to unmask]
Date: August 22, 2013
Subject: Assistant Professor Position, Comput. Math, Univ of Colorado, Boulder

The Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Colorado
Boulder seeks to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor to begin
August 2014. The position is in the area of computational/ numerical
mathematics and applications; however, exceptional candidates in all
fields of Applied Mathematics may be considered. The candidate is
expected to take an active role in undergraduate and graduate
teaching, conduct an active externally funded research program, and
advise graduate students. A Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, Mathematics,
or related discipline is required. Review of applications will begin
October 1, 2013 and continue until finalists are identified.

The Applied Mathematics Department has significant research efforts in
computational mathematics, nonlinear mathematics including nonlinear
dynamics and waves, mathematical biology, physical applied
mathematics, probability and statistics. For more information see
http://amath.colorado.edu/. The University of Colorado Boulder offers
a rich research environment, with numerous interdisciplinary
initiatives in the physical and life sciences.

The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed
to building a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from women,
racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities and
veterans. Alternative formats of this ad can be provided upon request
for individuals with disabilities by contacting the ADA Coordinator at
[log in to unmask] See www.colorado.edu/ArtsSciences/Jobs/ for
additional information.

Special Instructions to applicants: Applicants are expected to attach
the AMS standard cover sheet as Document 1 (see
http://www.ams.org/employment/cover-template.doc). Four letters of
recommendation will be required. At least one of the four letters
should address the teaching skills of the candidate.


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From: Clayton Webster [log in to unmask]
Date: September 02, 2013
Subject: Householder Fellowship, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The Computer Science and Mathematics (CSM) Division at the Oak Ridge
National Laboratory (ORNL) invites outstanding candidates to apply for
the Alston S. Householder Fellowship in mathematics and scientific
computing.  This prestigious Fellowship offers an excellent
opportunity to conduct exceptional and innovative research in
mathematics, statistics and scientific computing, for applications of
national priority, utilizing the world’s most powerful extreme scale
computing platforms, including TITAN
(http://www.olcf.ornl.gov/titan/).

The Fellowship honors Dr. Alston S. Householder, founding director of
the Mathematics Division (now CSM Division) at ORNL and recognizes his
seminal research contributions to the fields of numerical analysis and
scientific computing. Funding for the Householder Fellowship comes
from the Applied Mathematics Group (AMG), which is supported by the
Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) of the
U.S. Department of Energy (http://www.science.doe.gov/ascr).
Additional information about the AMG at ORNL can be found at
http://www.csm.ornl.gov/newsite/comp_math.html.  Each Householder
Fellowship appointment is for one year with the option to renew for a
second year. The fellowship offers collaborative research
opportunities in active programs at ORNL, a highly competitive salary,
moving expenses, and a generous professional travel allowance.  The
selected individual will be mentored by a senior scientist within the
AMG, but are encouraged to pursue their own research agenda, through
access to the most advanced computer architectures, and opportunities
to facilitate technology transfer from the laboratory research
environment to industry and academia through training of new
computational scientists.

The minimum required education is a Ph.D. in applied mathematics,
statistics or computational science, but no more than four years
beyond completion can be considered.  Applicants should also have a
proven academic record of high quality research with clear potential
to perform cutting edge, innovative research in applied mathematics,
statistics and/or computational science.The successful candidate will
have a strong background and expertise in more than one area of
particular relevance to the AMG at ORNL. Principal research areas
include: Multi-scale methods, including atomistic-to-continuum
coupling; Computational kinetic theory; Computational fluid dynamics
and turbulence; High-dimensional approximation theory; Large-scale
iterative methods for linear and eigenvalue problems; Numerical
methods for stochastic (partial) differential equations; Uncertainty
quantification; Probability theory; Statistical sampling and design of
experiments; Combinatorial optimization and graph theory;
Computational geometry and mesh generation; Sparse methods for data
analytics; High-order continuous and discontinuous methods for PDEs;
Multi-resolution analysis.

Qualified applicants may apply online at 1.usa.gov/175lbQS.  Please
contact Clayton Webster ([log in to unmask]) regarding any technical
questions.  The application process will remain open from September 2,
2013 until November 31, 2013.  You must submit your application during
this time to be considered.  This appointment is offered through Oak
Ridge National Laboratory. This appointment is open to all qualified
U.S. and non-U.S. citizens without regard to race, color, age,
religion, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, or
status as a Vietnam-era veteran or disabled veteran.  U.S. citizenship
and a security clearance are NOT required for this position.


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From: David Chappell [log in to unmask]
Date: August 28, 2013
Subject: Marie Curie Research Fellow Position, High Frequency Wave Modelling

Salary: £55,233 p.a. plus a supplement of between £5,254 and £16,885.

This is an EU funded research position on the Industry and Academia
Partnerships and Pathways project "Mid-to-high frequency modelling of
vehicle noise and vibration" (MHiVec). MHiVec is a collaborative
project between Nottingham Trent University, the University of
Nottingham, the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research at the
University of Southampton, InuTech GmbH, CDH AG, and Jaguar Land
Rover. Candidates must not have resided or carried out their main
activity (work, studies, etc) in the UK for more than 12 months in the
three years immediately prior to their recruitment. The post is
offered on a fixed-term contract for 20 months.

The researcher will work on the development of new integral equation
methods for modelling vehicle body vibrations at high frequencies,
including the modelling of uncertain structures. Candidates will be
expected to have a PhD in a relevant discipline (mechanical
engineering, mathematics or physics), along with numerical programming
skills in at least one of MATLAB or C++, a good command of English and
an enthusiasm for working in an international and inter-disciplinary
research environment. Experience in the theory and implementation of
boundary integral methods is highly favourable.

If you have any specific queries in relation to this position, please
contact David Chappell, Lecturer in Applied Mathematics on +44 (0)115
848 8426 or by email [log in to unmask]

Apply online at https://vacancies.ntu.ac.uk
Closing date: 5 pm on 24 September 2013


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From: Jeff Hittinger [log in to unmask]
Date: August 29, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Fellowship Position, Computing Sciences, LLNL

The Computation Directorate at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
(LLNL) is soliciting applications for the Sidney Fernbach Postdoctoral
Fellowship in the Computing Sciences.  This fellowship will be awarded
to one outstanding candidate with exceptional talent, scientific track
record, and potential for significant achievements in computational
mathematics, scientific computing, or computer science.  The fellow
will have the freedom to pursue their own research agenda under the
guidance of an LLNL staff scientist who serves as a mentor.  The
appointment will be for one year with a possible renewal for a second
year.  Deadline for application is November 1, 2013.

Successful candidates will work in a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary
research environment with accomplished researchers and will also have
access to Livermore Computing’s world-class HPC environment.  Fellows
will receive a highly competitive salary, moving expenses, and a
professional travel allowance.

Interested applicants can find more information about eligibility,
benefits, and the application process on the Fernbach Fellowship web
page
(http://computation.llnl.gov/careers/postdocs/fernbach-postdoctoral-fellowship).

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is managed by Lawrence
Livermore National Security, LLC. for the National Nuclear Security
Administration within the Department of Energy.  We are an equal
opportunity employer with a commitment to workforce diversity.


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From: April J. Shelton [log in to unmask]
Date: September 04, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Fellowship or Early Career Award, MBI

MBI postdoctoral fellows engage in a three-year integrated program of
tutorials, working seminars or journal clubs, and workshops, and in
interactions with their mathematical and bioscience mentors.  These
activities are geared toward providing the tools to pursue an
independent research program with an emphasis on collaborative
research in the mathematical biosciences. MBI facilitated activities
are tailored to the needs of each postdoctoral fellow.  Details of the
2014-2015 programs can be found at
http://mbi.osu.edu/annual_programs.html.

An Early Career Award will be for a maximum of $7,000 per month of
residency and for a maximum of nine months during the academic
year. The award may be used for salary and benefits, teaching buyouts,
and/or local expenses (restrictions apply).

Applications for an MBI Postdoctoral Fellowship and Early Career Award
should be submitted online at: http://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/mbi

Applications for an Early Career Award completed before December 2,
2013 will receive full consideration. Applications for a postdoctoral
fellowship completed before December 13, 2013 will receive full
consideration. The applicant should state the period that he or she
would like to be in residence.

For additional information visit
http://www.mbi.osu.edu/postdoctoral/postdoctoral.html.


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From: José Alberto Cuminato [log in to unmask]
Date: September 07, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Applied Industrial Mathematical Modelling, Brazil

Post-doc Position in Applied Industrial Mathematical Modelling -
Brazil

The Center for Mathematical Sciences Applied to Industry (CEPID-
CeMEAI) has a post-doc positions available for starting
immediately. The requirements for each of the positions are described
below. The salary is R$5908,00 (USD 2500,00) per month tax free. The
appointed Post-doc will also get return travel from his/her country to
Brazil paid by the grant.  CeMEAI is a consortium of several
Universities in São Paulo State.  The positions are initially for one
year, renewable for a second year pending on suitable performance.

1) Post-Doctoral Research Project
Departamento de Matemática Aplicada - Universidade Estadual
Paulista - UNESP - São José do Rio Preto-Brazil
Location: São José do Rio Preto – São Paulo State- Brazil

Title: Optimization models and solution methods to support decisions
for the production planning of furniture plants Supervisor: Socorro
Rangel Job Description/Requirements: This project aims at developing
and applying optimization models and solution methods to support
decisions for the production planning of furniture plants. A case
study will be conducted in a plant located in the Votuporanga Regional
Center in the state of São Paulo-Brasil with the objective to improve
the plant productivity. Mixed Integer mathematical Models together
with decomposition solution methods are to be developed and integrated
in a Decision Support System already in test by the Modeling and
Optimization group at UNESP-São José do Rio Preto, Brazil. Considering
that the optimization problems involved in production planning of
furniture plants are of combinatorial nature, the need to develop
solution wise efficient mathematical models is a challenge considered
to be answered with this project development. The successful candidate
is expected to start in October/November 2013.

Interested candidates should e-mail a CV and two letters of
recommendation from university professors as soon as possible to:

Socorro Rangel ([log in to unmask]) or Silvio Araujo
([log in to unmask]).

Contract Condition: Grant from FAPESP under the Research,
Innovation and Dissemination Centers (RIDC-CeMEAI)
(http://www.fapesp.br/en/17,http://www.cemeai.icmc.usp.br/ )


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From: Jose A Cuminato [log in to unmask]
Date: September 07, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Applied Industrial Mathematical Modelling, Brazil

Post-doc Position in Applied Industrial Mathematical Modelling -
Brazil

The Center for Mathematical Sciences Applied to Industry (CEPID-
CeMEAI) has a post-doc position available for starting immediately.
The requirements for the position are described below. The salary is
R$5908,00 (USD 2500,00) per month tax free. The appointed Post- doc
will also get return travel from his/her country to Brazil paid by the
grant.  CeMEAI is a consortium of several Universities in São Paulo
State.  The position is initially for one year, renewable for a second
year pending on suitable performance.

Post-Doctoral Research Project
University of São Paulo at São Carlos – ICMC- Department of Applied
Mathematics and Statistics
Location: São Carlos – São Paulo State- Brazil

Title: Highly-resolved computational modeling of turbidity current
phenomena at field scale

Supervisor: Gustavo C. Buscaglia

Job description/Requirements: Turbidity currents are one of the main
mechanisms for sediment transport into the deep ocean.  The
hydrodynamics involved in field scale turbidity currents lead to very
complex, multi-phase, multi-scale physical phenomena. A comprehensive
understanding of the interconnection between the processes at the
macroscopic and microscopic levels is mandatory for accurate
predictions. Highly-resolved computer models have proved to
successfully describe the flow structure as well as its implication on
sedimentation processes at moderate Reynolds numbers and planar bottom
topography. Specifically, self-stratification effects due to
sedimentation have been found to be responsible of turbulence damping
and massive sedimentation deposits formation (Cantero et al.,
Geophysical Research Letters, 2012, Nature Geosci., 2012).

The purpose of this project is to develop a computer model to solve
for the hydrodynamics and sediment transport processes involved in
field scale turbidity currents considering realistic bottom topography
and ocean ambient conditions. The main features of the desired model
are: Two-fluid treatment of the disperse phase, finite element/volume
space discretization, LES turbulence modeling, erosion/deposition
boundary conditions and topography evolution.

The successful applicant will participate of a collaborative effort
being developed by the Brazilian team headed by Dr. Gustavo Buscaglia
and an Argentinean team headed by Dr. Mariano Cantero. A doctoral
degree in Applied Mathematics, Engineering or a related area is
required, together with experience in Computational Fluid Dynamics by
finite elements or finite volumes. Candidates with proven skills in
performing independent scientific research and in programming for high
performance computing environments will be preferred.

Interested candidates should e-mail a CV and two letters of
recommendation from university professors as soon as possible to:

Prof. Gustavo C. Buscaglia
Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas e de Computação
Univ. de Sao Paulo
Av. Trab. Sao-Carlense, 400, CEP 13560-970, Sao Carlos, SP, Brasil
TEL: 55-16-33738176
http://www.lcad.icmc.usp.br/~buscaglia
[log in to unmask]

Contract Condition: Grant from FAPESP under the Research,
Innovation and Dissemination Centers (RIDC-CeMEAI)
(http://www.fapesp.br/en/17,http://www.cemeai.icmc.usp.br/ )


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From: Jose A Cuminato [log in to unmask]
Date: September 07, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Scientific Computing, Brazil

Post-doc Position in Scientific Computing - Brazil

The Center for Mathematical Sciences Applied to Industry (CEPID-
CeMEAI) has a post-doc position available for starting immediately.
The requirements for the position are described below. The salary is
R$5908,00 (USD 2500,00) per month tax free. The appointed Post- doc
will also get return travel from his/her country to Brazil paid by the
grant.  CeMEAI is a consortium of several Universities in São Paulo
State.  The position is initially for one year, renewable for a second
year pending on suitable performance.

Post-Doctoral Research Project
Aerodynamics Division - Instituto de Aeronautica e Espaço -
DCTA/IAE/ALA

Location: São José dos Campos – São Paulo State- Brazil

Title: Large Eddy Simulations and Aeroacoustics of Perfectly
Expanded Supersonic Jets
Supervisor: João Luiz F. Azevedo

Job Description/Requirements: The main objective of the present
research work is to study and develop a numerical methodology for the
prediction of acoustic propagation and radiation due to the
interaction of exhaust gases from rocket engines with the ambient air,
under perfectly expanded supersonic jet conditions. In general,
supersonic jet noise generation has three main mechanisms: (1) noise
due to turbulent mixture processes; (2) noise due to shock waves; and
(3) well-defined tonal noise or screech noise. In the present work,
since perfectly expanded jets are being considered, mechanisms (2) and
(3) can be neglected. Therefore, only the first mechanism will be
considered. It is commonly accepted that the mechanism of noise
emission of type (1) can adequately be described by hydrodynamic
instability theory, in which one can assume a slow evolution of the
mixing layer.

The present work will use hybrid methods in order to handle the
problem of interest. Hybrid methods compute sound generation and
propagation separately. Typically, computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
techniques are used to calculate the flow variables in the region
where the nonlinear acoustic sources are located. Such flow variables
are, then, used as initial data for sound propagation formulations
which will yield the noise levels at distant observers. Clearly, the
flow physical characteristics must be accurately captured by the CFD
method in order to use hybrid methods. Moreover, the turbulent
aerodynamic flows considered in the present work yield acoustic
sources in a broad regime of frequencies and spatial
scales. Therefore, large eddy simulation (LES) is the method of choice
for the calculation of the flows of interest, since this formulation
can capture the most energetic scales associated with noise
generation. The acoustic analogy formulation of Ffowcs Williams and
Hawkings (FWH) will be used for the acoustic calculations of sound
radiation due to the supersonic jet flows of interest.

Candidates must hold a doctoral degree in Aerospace or Mechanical
Engineering, or in a related area, with demonstrated experience in the
calculation of turbulent flows and/or aeroacoustics. They should
submit a comprehensive CV, which indicates their previous experience
especially as it relates to the subject matter of the present
proposal.

Interested candidates should e-mail a CV and two letters of
recommendation from university professors as soon as possible to:

Dr. João Luiz F. Azevedo
Aerodynamics Division
Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço
DCTA/IAE/ALA
12228-903 – São José dos Campos – SP – Brazil
E-mail: [log in to unmask]
Office Phone No.: +55-12-3947-6488

Contract Condition: Grant from FAPESP under the Research,
Innovation and Dissemination Centers (RIDC-CeMEAI)
(http://www.fapesp.br/en/17,http://www.cemeai.icmc.usp.br/ )


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From: Ronald Haynes [log in to unmask]
Date: August 23, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Scientific Computing, Memorial Univ

Postdoctoral position at Memorial University of Newfoundland

The project ``High Performance Computing for Geophysical
Applications'', an interdisciplinary project between the Departments
of Earth Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, and Physics and
Physical Oceanography at Memorial University of Newfoundland, is
seeking candidates for a Post-DoctoralFellowship position.

This project is developing computational mathematical methods and
software for the numerical modelling and inversion of geophysical data
using high-performance, multi-core, shared-memory computer
architectures that include GPUs and CPUs.Development is taking place
on a dedicated large-scale hybrid CPU-GPU cluster recently purchased
by the project.

Topics currently being pursued include: full waveform sharp boundary
inversion using global optimization approaches; level-set methods for
sharp boundary inversion; global optimization methods for well
placement in reservoir modelling; joint inversion; numerical modelling
of geophysical electromagnetic methods; adaptive mesh techniques and
domain decomposition.The Post-Doctoral Fellow would be expected to
contribute to one or more of these topics, or to develop a
complementary research area.

The successful candidate will have a Ph.D.  in Geophysics, Physics,
Mathematics, Applied Mathematics,Computational Science, or similar
discipline with a background in scientific computation and substantial
experience programming in Fortran or C/C.

Candidates who are in the final year of a Ph.D. programme and who will
have completed all the requirements for their programme by the start
date of the position will also be considered.

The position is initially for one year, with the expectation of
extension to a second year subject to budgetary constraints and
performance.

The start date is negotiable, but 1st January 2014 is preferred.Salary
will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

For more information, or to apply for the position, please
contact:Dr. Ronald Haynes, Associate Professor, Department of
Mathematics and Statistics, Memorial University ofNewfoundland,
St. John's, NL, Canada.  Email: [log in to unmask]

Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae,
statement of research interests, and the names of three referees and
their contact information.


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From: Prof. Dr. Roland Pulch [log in to unmask]
Date: August 28, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Scientific Computing, Univ of Wuppertal, Germany

A position of a postdoctoral research fellow is available in the field
of scientific computing at the Chair of Applied Mathematics and
Numerical Analysis within the University of Wuppertal, Germany,
starting on November 1, 2013, or later, for a period of three years.

This position is part of the project nanoCOPS (Nanoelectronic Coupled
Problems Solutions) funded by the European Commission. The tasks
consist in numerical simulation of coupled problems for modelling
electronic building blocks (like circuits). The research fellow will
be located at the partner University of Greifswald, Germany, for the
most time of the project.

For more details on the scientific and personal requirements as well
as the duties and responsibilities, see
http://www-num.math.uni-wuppertal.de/en/amna/open-theses-and-positions/postdoc-
nanocops-project.html

Applications can be send by mail to Prof. Dr. Michael Günther,
Fachbereich C, D-42097 Wuppertal or by email (single pdf file, max.
5MB) to: [log in to unmask]

Closing date for applications: September 23, 2013.


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From: Sven Leyffer [log in to unmask]
Date: September 05, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Wilkinson Fellowship, Argonne National Laboratory

The Mathematics and Computer Science (MCS) Division of Argonne
National Laboratory invites outstanding candidates to apply for the
J. H. Wilkinson Fellowship in Scientific Computing. The appointment is
for one year and may be renewed for another year.

This fellowship was created in memory of Dr. James Hardy Wilkinson,
F.R.S., who had a close association with the Mathematics and Computer
Science Division as a consultant and guiding spirit for the EISPACK
and LINPACK projects. The Wilkinson Fellowship is intended to
encourage scientists actively engaged in state-of-the-art research in
scientific computing. Candidates must have received a recent
Ph.D. prior to the beginning of the appointment. The benefits of the
appointment include a highly competitive salary, moving expenses, and
a generous professional travel allowance. For additional details,
including past recipients, see http://www.mcs.anl.gov/career-
opportunities/j-h-wilkinson-fellowship

The appointment will be in the MCS Division, which has strong programs
in scientific computing, software tools, and computational
mathematics. Of special interest are algorithms and software for
linear algebra, optimization, differential equations, computational
differentiation, stochastic systems, and unstructured mesh
computations; software tools for parallel computing; and numerical
methods for computational science problems. For further information,
see http://www.mcs.anl.gov/LANS/ .

Internationally recognized for innovative research in high-performance
computing, the MCS Division supports an excellent computational
environment that includes large Linux clusters, a distributed systems
laboratory, and a virtual environments laboratory.  Researchers also
have access to a Blue Gene/P supercomputer. For more information, see
www.mcs.anl.gov .

Argonne is located in the southwestern Chicago suburbs, offering the
advantages of affordable housing, good schools, and easy access to the
cultural attractions of the city.

Interested candidates should consult the website
http://www.mcs.anl.gov/career- opportunities/j-h-wilkinson-fellowship
details on how to apply. The application must include a curriculum
vitae; statement of research interests; a list of publications,
abstracts, and significant presentations; and three letters of
recommendation.  Applications will be accepted starting August 31,
2013. Applications received before December 15, 2013, are assured
maximum consideration. The closing date for applications is January
17, 2014. Application material will be reviewed by a selection
committee and a candidate announced in March 2014.

Sven Leyffer
Senor Computational Mathematician
Argonne National Laboratory


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From: Giraud [log in to unmask]
Date: September 06, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Krylov solvers for extreme scale, Inria France

We are offering postdoctoral positions focusing on the development of
numerical linear algorithms and software for future extreme scale HPC
platforms. Specific research topics are communication hiding/avoiding
techniques in preconditioned Krylov (possibly block) subspace solvers
with resilient capabilities on emerging programming paradigms.

The postdoc will join a European project on exascale software that
involves researchers from IMEC Belgium, University of Antwerp, USI
Switzerland and VSB Czech republic, UVSQ France, TS-SFR Germany,
Fraunhofer Germany, Intel France, NAG UK and Inria.

The candidate is expected to have a PhD in parallel scientific
computing and numerical linear algebra with possible background on the
analysis of Krylov subspace methods. He/she must be able to work
efficiently with other researchers in this collaborative research
environment (he/she will share his/her time working with members of
three Inria projects located in Bordeaux, Rennes and Paris). Fluency
in English is required.

Applications should comprise a letter of motivation, a CV plus the
names and contact information of three individuals who have agreed to
send letters of recommendation.

The successful candidates will be offered a position for one year with
a possible extension.

For applications and informal inquiries, please contact:

[log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask] or
[log in to unmask]


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From: Sven Leyffer [log in to unmask]
Date: August 27, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Mathematical Optimization, Argonne

The Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National
Laboratory seeks well-prepared candidates for up to four postdoctoral
fellow positions in the mathematical optimization group. We seek
applicants in the following areas (follow the links for the complete
position descriptions and application details):

(a) Constrained nonlinear optimization models and algorithms for
large-scale, structured inverse problems for phase retrieval. Requires
a strong background in mathematical optimization (nonlinear
programming, stochastic/robust optimization), numerical linear
algebra, and applied mathematics.
http://web.anl.gov/jobsearch/detail.jsp?userreqid=321235+MCS&lsBrowse=POSTDOC

(b) Parallel, multilevel global optimization methods for
simulation-constrained problems.  Requires a strong background in
numerical optimization, operations research, or stochastic methods, as
well as experience in parallel computing.
http://web.anl.gov/jobsearch/detail.jsp?userreqid=321237+MCS&lsBrowse=POSTDOC

(c) Numerical methods for nonsmooth optimization, including
mathematical programs with equilibrium constraints (MPECs) arising
from free-boundary PDEs and nonlinear sparse regression.  Requires a
strong background in nonsmooth analysis, variational
inequalities/MPECs, and numerical optimization/linear algebra.
http://web.anl.gov/jobsearch/detail.jsp?userreqid=321238+MCS&lsBrowse=POSTDOC

(d) Derivative-free mixed-integer nonlinear optimization. Requires a
strong background in mixed-integer programming or derivative-free
optimization. Some experience in both areas is desirable, as well as a
solid background in numerical analysis.
http://web.anl.gov/jobsearch/detail.jsp?userreqid=321239+MCS&lsBrowse=POSTDOC

Openings are available immediately, but there is flexibility in start
dates for highly qualified candidates.  More information can be
obtained from Sven Leyffer ([log in to unmask]), Todd Munson
([log in to unmask]), and Stefan Wild ([log in to unmask]).


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From: William F Spotz [log in to unmask]
Date: August 22, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Sandia National Laboratories, ALbuquerque, NM

The Numerical Analysis and Applications Department at Sandia National
Labs is seeking a qualified post-doctoral researcher to support staff
in research on mathematical and computational methods for global
atmospheric modeling.

Research will focus on (1) development of leading-edge global
atmospheric models using Sandia computational technologies, and (2)
extension and improvement of those computational technologies to meet
atmospheric modeling goals. Research will also include numerical
software development and numerical experimentation.

The selected candidate will be expected to work as part of a
multi-disciplinary team and to thrive in an expanding, fast-paced
technical environment. This position requires a large amount of
interaction with other staff members in the center and communication
skills are important.

To apply, visit

http://www.sandia.gov/careers/index.html

and search on opening 644069 and 644070.

Regards,
Mike Parks ([log in to unmask])
Bill Spotz ([log in to unmask])
Andy Salinger ([log in to unmask])


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From: Mimi Deprez [log in to unmask]
Date: August 29, 2013
Subject: Postdoc and PhD Positions, KU Leuven ESAT-STADIUS, Belgium

BIOTENSORS
Postdoc and PhD positions at KU Leuven ESAT-STADIUS

The research group KU Leuven ESAT-STADIUS is currently offering 5 PhD
positions (4 years) and 2 postdoc positions (1 year, extendable)
within the framework of the ERC Advanced Grant BIOTENSORS
http://www.esat.kuleuven.be/BIOTENSORS

PROJECT SUMMARY: The project’s overall objective is the systematic
development of a framework of tensor-based signal separation methods
for biomedical data analysis.  More specifically, these methods should
enable the extraction of fairly complicated sources of biomedical
activity from sets of uni- and multimodal data.

Progress of a generic nature will be pursued along the following
tracks:
- Development of algorithms for the computation of tensor
  decompositions, generalizing insights from numerical linear algebra,
- Development of tensor-based algorithms for signal separation, with
  special focus on the analysis of multi-modal data and the
  integration of prior knowledge,
- Development of algorithms for decomposition updating and tracking.
  The resulting algorithms will be integrated in a user-friendly
  open-source software platform.

The new techniques will be validated for and tailored to three
biomedical applications
for which extensive expertise is available in the team:
- Metabolite quantification and brain tumour tissue typing using
  Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging,
- Functional monitoring including seizure detection and
  polysomnography,
- Cognitive brain functioning and seizure zone localization using
  simultaneous Electroencephalography – functional Magnetic Resonance
  Imaging.

The work will be conducted in close collaboration with medical experts
in the university hospitals.

PROFILE: The research positions relate to the six topics itemized
above and will be conducted under the supervision of Prof. Sabine Van
Huffel in collaboration with Prof. Lieven De Lathauwer. We are seeking
candidates with a Master’s degree in mathematical engineering,
computer science, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering,
mathematics or physics, and with a strong interest in signal
processing, optimization, statistics, numerical computation, algebra
and biomedicine. A solid mathematical background is
essential. Experience with tensor techniques is not
required. Candidates must be fluent in English.

Interested candidates can apply for these positions by sending their
detailed CV, including a motivation letter and names of references, to
[log in to unmask] For further information on these
positions, you may contact Sabine Van Huffel.

Deadline for submission of applications: November 1, 2013
Start date for position: from February 1, 2014 on

RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT. The RESEARCH GROUP ESAT-STADIUS
http://www.esat.kuleuven.be/stadius/ at the university KU Leuven,
Belgium, provides an excellent research environment for the project.
The Stadius Center for Dynamical Systems, Signal Processing, and Data
Analytics (STADIUS) is an academic research center, with a research
focus on mathematical engineering, where mathematical tools from
numerical linear and multilinear algebra, statistics and optimization
are engineered for applications of dynamical systems and control,
signal processing, data modeling and analytics.

STADIUS offers recognized expertise in diverse application fields such
as industrial automation, audio and speech communication, digital
communications, biomedical signal and data processing, and
bioinformatics.

STADIUS has 11 academic faculty together with 81 PhD candidates and
postdoctoral researchers, and is a division of the Department of
Electrical Engineering (ESAT), Faculty of Engineering Science, KU
Leuven.


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From: Ivan Oseledets [log in to unmask]
Date: August 25, 2013
Subject: Postdoc and PhD Positions, Scientific Computing, Sktech

Several Postdoc and PhD positions are available in our Scientific
Computing group at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
invites applications for full time Postdoctoral Associates and PhD
candidates. The research will focus on developing breakthrough
numerical techniques (matrix and tensor methods) for solving a broad
range of high- dimensional problems. We look for people with good
scientific computing background.  Particular research directions
include (but are not limited to):

1) Solution of multidimensional integral and differential equations
   discretized on fine grids
2) Ab initio computations in quantum chemistry and computational
   material design
3) Construction of reduced order models for multiparametric systems in
   engineering
4) Uncertainty quantification in engineering sciences
5) Data mining and compression

Sktech is a brand new university in Moscow; the conditions are very
good and applicants from all over the world are welcome; the
University is organized within a joint initiative with MIT; the
research in the group would be great fun!

Application: Email Prof. Ivan Oseledets at [log in to unmask]
with CV and 2 recommendation letters.

Further details are at
http://faculty.skoltech.ru/ivanoseledets/open-positions/


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From: Cornelia Boehnstedt [log in to unmask]
Date: September 07, 2013
Subject: PhD Fellowship Position, Pharmacometrics & Comp Disease Modelling

PhD research fellowship: Pharmacometrics & Computational Disease
Modelling

The Graduate Research Training Program PharMetrX: Pharmacometrics &
Computational Disease Modelling is an interdisciplinary PhD program
bridging pharmacy and mathematics. PharMetrX offers its graduate
students a unique opportunity to experience research in drug
development and optimising drug therapy jointly within academia and
industry.

The PhD program is designed as a 3-year research program including a
structured research training curriculum of advanced academic and
industrial modules and a competitive research fellowship.

We are currently inviting applications to start the PharMetrX PhD
program in March 2014. Deadline for applications: September 16th,
2013.  For details see https://www.PharMetrX.de.

PharMetrX is a joint program of the Freie Universitaet Berlin and the
Universitaet Potsdam, supported by several research-driven
pharmaceutical companies.

Charlotte Kloft & Wilhelm Huisinga
Program Chairs


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From: Victorita Dolean Maini [log in to unmask]
Date: August 23, 2013
Subject: PhD Position, NAIS, Univ of Strathclyde, UK

In the Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing team of the
Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of
Strathclyde we are looking to fill a fully funded 3-year PhD position
by the Centre for Numerical Algorithms and Intelligent Software
(NAIS). Any EU student is eligible for funding.

The project is related to the development and analysis of accurate and
scalabledomain decomposition solvers for the Navier-Stokes
equations. The first steps would be to propose and analyse the
corresponding schemes for the Stokes and Oseen equations. Particular
attention will be paid to the robustness of thesolvers with respect to
the physical constants, and to the efficient parallel implementationof
the resulting algorithms.

For a full description of the proposal see
http://www.strath.ac.uk/mathstat/prospectivepostgraduates/availablephdprojects/

The candidate should have a strong mathematical background, hopefully
with emphasis onnumerical methods for PDE's. Computational experience
is also desirable.

To apply (or forany further enquiry), please contact:
Drs. Victorita Dolean (or Dr. Gabriel Barrenechea)
Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Strathclyde
26, Richmond Street, Glasgow H1 1XH, UK
e-mail: [log in to unmask]
([log in to unmask])


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From: Nick Polydorides [log in to unmask]
Date: September 02, 2013
Subject: PhD Position, Tomography, Univ of Edinburgh

The School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh offers a PhD
studentship on hybrid tomography for conductivity imaging, under the
supervision of Dr Nick Polydorides at the Institute of Digital
Communications. The project seeks to develop tomographic
reconstruction algorithms for imaging the electrical conductivity of a
body using measurements arising from complimentary sensing
modalities. Important for many applications in biomedical imaging and
industrial process tomography, this technology aims to yield
noise-robust, quantitative images with improved spatial resolution,
eradicating some of the shortcomings of electrical impedance
tomography.

Further info at http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AGZ247/phd-opportunity/

Interested applicants please contact [log in to unmask]


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From: Emma Hacking [log in to unmask]
Date: September 02, 2013
Subject: PhD Positions, Mathematics, Cambridge Centre for Analysis, UK

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: PhD positions in Mathematics at the
Cambridge Centre for Analysis, University of Cambridge

Applications are sought for the University of Cambridge CCA PhD course
in Mathematical Analysis starting in October 2014.

We are looking for first-class applicants who are either doing (or
have completed) a Masters-level course in mathematics or a four-year
degree course in a mathematical subject, and who ideally have some
prior experience of studying mathematical analysis.

The Cambridge Centre for Analysis is a Centre for Doctoral Training
based at the University of Cambridge, funded by the UK Engineering and
Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The Centre offers a unique
four-year PhD programme spanning pure, stochastic, computational and
applied analysis.

We believe that excellence in mathematical analysis requires a very
broad basis and our aim is to train students to be able and willing to
deploy a very wide range of techniques. This unique course has an
emphasis on team working and communication, alongside personal effort
and excellence, to foster a spirit of breadth and collaboration.

Positions may be funded by either EPSRC studentships, University of
Cambridge scholarships or other means.

The closing date for applications is 15 January 2014. Applicants from
outside the UK/EU who seek scholarships should apply well before:
refer to
http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/students/gradadmissions/prospec/studying/funding/ind
ex.html#major
for information

To find out more, visit http://www.maths.cam.ac.uk/postgrad/cca or
email [log in to unmask]


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From: Marco Donatelli [log in to unmask]
Date: August 23, 2013
Subject: PhD Positions, Univ of Insubria (Varese-Como), Italy

Outstanding students are sought for 7 Ph.D. fellowships in "Computer
Science and Computational Mathematics" at the Department of Science
and high Technology, University of INSUBRIA Varese-Como, Italy,
http://www.uninsubria.itThe call for the application ia available at
the website

http://www4.uninsubria.it/on-line/home/naviga-per-profilo/laureato/dottorati-di-
ricerca/articolo340.html

The application deadline is 30th September 2013.

The applicants will be interviewed in October/November, 2013.

The successful candidates will work in a multidisciplinary
environment, developing skills in Computer Science and Scientific
Computing. During the Ph.D. program, the students will attend 4
courses with final exam, and summer schools. Short visits abroad will
be also possible during the first two years. The students will carry
out original research in Computational Mathematics, and the results of
their work will be reported in their Ph.D. theses.

For further information the applicants may contact eitherProf. Marco
Donatelli ([log in to unmask]) orProf. Stefano
Serra-Capizzano ([log in to unmask]).


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From: Michele Benzi [log in to unmask]
Date: August 29, 2013
Subject: New Journal, Journal of Complex Networks

JOURNAL OF COMPLEX NETWORKS (OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS)

I would like to draw the attention of the NA-Net community
to a new journal, the Journal of Complex Networks, published
by Oxford University Press:

http://comnet.oxfordjournals.org

Volume 1, Issue 1 (June 2013) is now available online
(all papers will be downloadable for free for the first
two years of the journal).

Topics covered by the journal include (but are not limited to):

Mathematical and numerical analysis of networks; Network theory and
computer science; Structural analysis of networks; Networks and
epidemiology; Social, socio-economic and political networks;
Ecological networks; Technological and infrastructural networks;
Biological and molecular networks; Evolving networks; Biomedicine
related networks; Animal social networks; Climate networks; Cognitive,
language and informational networks.

The editor-in-chief of the Journal of Complex Networks is Professor
Ernesto Estrada of the University of Strathclyde.  Visit the website
for more information, submission guidelines, and to sign up to receive
tables of contents by email.


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From: Michael Heroux [log in to unmask]
Date: August 22, 2013
Subject: Contents, ACM Transactions on Math Software (TOMS), 39 (4)

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS)
Volume 39 Issue 4, July 2013

Scaling LAPACK panel operations using parallel cache assignment,
Anthony M. Castaldo, R. Clint Whaley, Siju Samuel

Evaluating an element of the Clarke generalized Jacobian of a
composite piecewise differentiable function, Kamil A. Khan, Paul
I. Barton

Reducing the influence of tiny normwise relative errors on performance
profiles, Nicholas J. Dingle, Nicholas J. Higham

On ziv's rounding testFlorent De Dinechin, Christoph Lauter,
Jean-Michel Muller, Serge Torres

Optimized code generation for finite element local assembly using
symbolic manipulation, Francis P. Russell, Paul H. J. Kelly

Algorithm 929: A suite on wavelet differentiation algorithms, Mani
Mehra, Kavita Goyal

Algorithm 930: FACTORIZE: An object-oriented linear system solver for
MATLAB, Timothy A. Davis


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From: Chi-Wang Shu [log in to unmask]
Date: September 03, 2013
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing, 57 (1)

Journal of Scientific Computing
http://www.springeronline.com/journal/10915
Volume 57, Number 1, October 2013

Richardson Extrapolation for Linearly Degenerate Discontinuities
J.W. Banks and T.D. Aslam, pp.1-18.

Positivity-Preserving Well-Balanced Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for
the Shallow Water Equations on Unstructured Triangular Meshes Yulong
Xing and Xiangxiong Zhang, pp.19-41.

A Numerical Method for Simulation of Microflows by Solving Directly
Kinetic Equations with WENO Schemes A.N. Kudryavtsev and
A.A. Shershnev, pp.42-73.

Accelerating the Arnoldi-Type Algorithm for the PageRank Problem and
the ProteinRank Problem Gang Wu, Ying Zhang and Yimin Wei, pp.74-104.

Multilevel Gradient Uzawa Algorithms for Symmetric Saddle Point
Problems Constantin Bacuta and Lu Shu, pp.105-123.

Two-Level Newton’s Method for Nonlinear Elliptic PDEs Yinnian He, Yan
Zhang and Hui Xu, pp.124-145.

The Estimation of Truncation Error by tau-Estimation for Chebyshev
Spectral Collocation Method G. Rubio, F. Fraysse, J. de Vicente and E.
Valero, pp.146-173.

A Decoupled Preconditioning Technique for a Mixed Stokes–Darcy Model
Antonio Marquez, Salim Meddahi and Francisco-Javier Sayas, pp.174-192.

Hermitian Compact Interpolation on the Cubed-Sphere Grid Jean-Pierre
Croisille, pp.193-212.

Stability of Some Generalized Godunov Schemes With Linear High-Order
Reconstructions Roberto Ferretti, pp.213-228.


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From: Claude Brezinski [log in to unmask]
Date: August 24, 2013
Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 64 (1)

Table of Contents for Numerical Algorithms, Volume 64, Number 1.

A nonmonotone trust region method with new inexact line search for
unconstrained optimization Jinghui Liu, Changfeng Ma

Two derivative-free projection approaches for systems of large-scale
nonlinear monotone equations, Masoud Ahookhosh, Keyvan Amini, Somayeh
Bahrami

Blind image deconvolution using a banded matrix method, Antonios
Danelakis, Marilena Mitrouli, Dimitrios Triantafyllou

A parallel implementation of the modified augmented Lagrangian
preconditioner for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations, Michele
Benzi, Zhen Wang

A Jacobi-Davidson type method with a correction equation tailored for
integral operators, Paulo B. Vasconcelos, Filomena D. D'Almeida, Jose
E. Roman

Semilocal convergence and R-order for modified Chebyshev-Halley
methods, Xiuhua Wang, Jisheng Kou

Finite element approximations of a nonlinear diffusion model with
memory, Temur Jangveladze, Zurab Kiguradze, Beny Neta, Simeon Reich

Complementary Lidstone interpolation on scattered data sets,
F. A. Costabile, F. Dell-Accio, F. Di Tommaso

An experimental study of approximation algorithms for the joint
spectral radius, Chia-Tche Chang, Vincent D. Blondel


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From: Claude Brezinski [log in to unmask]
Date: August 24, 2013
Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 63 (4)

Table of contents for Numerical Algorithms, Volume 63, Number 4.

A method of convergence acceleration of some continued fractions II,
Rafal Nowak

Algorithm for min-range multiplication of affine forms, Iwona Skalna

Efficient application of nonlinear stationary operators in adaptive
wavelet methods — the isotropic case, Christian Mollet, Roland Pabel

Cell decomposition of almost smooth real algebraic surfaces, Gian
Mario Besana, Sandra Di Rocco, Jonathan D. Hauenstein,Andrew
J. Sommese, Charles W. Wampler

Butcher algebras for Butcher systems, Sergey Khashin

Spectral Galerkin method and its application to a Cauchy problem of
Helmholtz equation, Xiangtuan Xiong, Xiaochen Zhao, Junxia Wang

Block hybrid method using trigonometric basis for initial value
problems with oscillating solutions, F.F. Ngwane, S.N. Jator

Large-scale Stein and Lyapunov equations, Smith method, and
applications, Tiexiang Li, Peter Chang-Yi Weng, Eric King-wah Chu,
Wen-Wei Lin

A computational study of the weak Galerkin method for
second-orderelliptic equations, Lin Mu, Junping Wang, Yanqiu Wang, Xiu
Ye


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From: SibJNM [log in to unmask]
Date: August 25, 2013
Subject: Contents, Siberian J of Num Mathematics, 16 (1)

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics
Volume 16, No. 1, 2013

For information to contributors and about subscriptions
see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

Antyufeev V.S., Theorem of training for a competition algorithm (in
Russian), pp.1-9

Chistyakov V.F., Chistyakova E.V., Application of the least square
method to the solving linear differential-algebraic equations (in
Russian), pp.81-97

Kabanikhin S.I., Krivorotko O.I., and Shishlenin M.A., A numerical
method for solving inverse thermoacoustic problem} (in Russian),
pp.39-44

Kostin V.I., Lisitsa V.V., Reshetova G.V., Tcheverda V.A., Finite
difference simulation of elastic waves propagation through 3D
heterogeneous multiscale media based on locally refined grids}(in
Russian), pp.45-55

Popov A.S., The cubature formulas on a sphere invariant with respect
to a dihedral group of rotations with inversion $D_ {6h}$}(in
Russian), pp.57-62

Pchelintsev A.N., On constructing the generally periodical solutions
of a complicated structure of a non-autonomous system of differential
equations (in Russian), pp.63-70

Saberi Najafi H., Edalatpanah S.A., Comparison analysis for improving
preconditioned SOR-type iterative method (in Russian), pp.71-80

Zadorin~A.I., Tikhovskaya~S.V., Solution to second order nonlinear
singular perturbation ordinary differential equation based on the
Samarskii scheme (in Russian), pp.11-25

Zorkaltsev V.I., Perzhabinsky S.M., Theoretical justification of
interior point algorithms for solving optimization problems with
nonlinear constraints (in Russian), pp.27-38


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From: SibJNM [log in to unmask]
Date: September 01, 2013
Subject: Contents, Siberian J of Num Mathematics, 16 (2) 

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics
Volume 16, No. 2, 2013

For information to contributors and about subscriptions
see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

Averina T.A., A modified algorithm for statistical simulation of
multistructural systems with distributed change of structure (in
Russian), pp. 97-105

Akimova E.N., Belousov D.V., Misilov V.E., Algorithms for solving
inverse geophysical problems on parallel computing systems (in
Russian), pp. 107-121

Akysh A.Sh., Convergence of splitting method for the nonlinear
Boltzmann equation (in Russian), pp. 123-131

Aleksandrov V.M., Transferring a system with unknown disturbance under
optimal control to a state of dynamic balance and to $\epsilon $-
vicinity of a final state (in Russian), pp. 133-145

Babkina L.A, Garmai Yu.P., Lebedev D.V., Pantina, R.A., Filatov M.V.,
Isaev-Ivanov V.V., Using Zernike moments for analysis of images (in
Russian), pp. 147-163

Matsokin A.M., Preconditioner for a Laplace grid operator on a
condensed grid} (in Russian), pp. 165-170

Fadeev S.I., Kogai V.V., Mironova V.V., Omelyanchuk N.A., and
Likhoshvai V.A., Mathematical modeling of matter distribution in cells
assembling into a ring (in Russian), pp. 171-184

Hou T.,	Superconvergence and a posteriori error estimates of RT1 mixed
methods for elliptic control problems with an integral constraint (in
Russian), pp. 185-199


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Date: September 09, 2013
Subject: Contents, Siberian J of Num Mathematics, 16 (3) 

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics
Volume 16, No. 3, 2013

For information to contributors and about subscriptions
see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

Gurii Ivanovich Marchuk - outstanding scientist, organizer of science
and the citizen (in Russian), pp. 201-204

Amelkin V.A., Numeration problems sets of increasing and decreasing
$n$- valued serial sequences with double-ended constraints on series'
heights (in Russian), pp. 205-215

Antyufeev V.S., Finding the most probable non-negative solution of
systems of linear algebraic equations (in Russian), pp. 217-228

Zabinyako G.I., Kotel'nikov E.A., Minimization of a nonlinear
functions to linear constraints (in Russian), pp. 229-242

Penenko V.V., Tsvetova E.A., Variational methods for construction of
monotone approximations for atmospheric chemistry models (in Russian),
pp. 243-256

Savelyev L.J., A minimum of a dispersion of the centered discrete
random variables (in Russian), pp. 257-265

Sorokin S.B., Analytical solution of generalized spectral problem in
the method of recalculation boundary conditions for biharmonic
equation (in Russian), pp. 267-274

Cherepennikov V.B., Numerical analytic method of investigation of some
linear functional differential equations (in Russian), pp. 275-285

Shumilov B.M., Cubic multiwavelets, orthogonal to polynomials, and
algorithm with splitting (in Russian), pp. 287-301


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