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NADIGEST September 2013, Week 4

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NA Digest, V. 13, # 31

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Subject: NA Digest, V. 13, # 31

NA Digest  Monday, September 23, 2013  Volume 13 : Issue 31

Today's Editor:

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

Today's Topics:

	Sparse Days at CERFACS, Report on 2013 Meeting
	New Book, Complex Approximation Theory
	Trilinos User Group Meeting, USA, Nov 2013
	ICOSAHOM, USA, Jun 2014
	IHPCES, Computational Earth Sciences, AUSTRALIA, JUN 2014
	Clements Chair of Mathematics Position, Southern Methodist Univ
	Full Professor/Department Chair Position, Univ Innopolis
	Leroy Martin Chair Position, NC State
	Faculty Position, Energy & Materials
	Faculty Positions, Math, Applied Math, and Statistics
	Assistant Professor Position, Mathematical Biology
	Assistant/Associate Professor Position, Univ Innopolis
	2 Tenure Track Positions, Applied Mathematics
	3 Academic Positions, Univ of Pretoria
	Non-Tenure Track Teaching Position, Univ Innopolis
	Postdoc Position, Sandia National Labs
	Postdoc Position, Uncertainty Quantification, ICES, UT Austin
	PhD Position, CFD, City College of New York
	PhD Position, Computer Scientist, Machine Learning
	Contents, Constructive Approximation, 38 (2)

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Submissions for NA Digest:
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From: Iain Duff [log in to unmask]
Date: September 20, 2013
Subject: Sparse Days at CERFACS, Report on 2013 Meeting

The annual Sparse Days meeting was held at CERFACS on 17 and 18 June
this year.  It was as usual a memorable meeting with a good attendance
of around 60 of whom only half were from France with more than ten
from outside Europe.  There were some excellent talks and PDF files
for these are now available from our web site:

http://www.cerfacs.fr/6-27085-Sparse-Days-2013.php

where there can also be found pictures taken at the meeting.


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From: George Anastassiou [log in to unmask]
Date: September 16, 2013
Subject: New Book, Complex Approximation Theory

NEW MONOGRAPH BY GEORGE ANASTASSIOU:
"TOPICS IN COMPLEX APPROXIMATION"
CAMBRIDGE SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHERS, 150 pages.
ISBN 978-1-908106-21-6

In this short monograph we study quantitatively the order of
simultaneous approximation and Voronovskaja type asymptotic results
for complex Bernstein-Schurer, Kantorovich-Schurer and
Bernstein-Durrmeyer polynomials related to analytic functions on
compact disks. In this way the overconvergence phenomenon for
Bernstein-Schurer and Bernstein-Durrmeyer polynomials is revealed. We
continue with explicit quantitative estimates for the overconvergence
in the complex plane of the partial sums of the Fourier-type
expansions on [-1,1] with respect to Chebyshev and Legendre orthogonal
polynomials. Furthermore we obtain quantitative estimates in the
overconvergence phenomenon for the classical and generalized singular
integrals of Gauss- Weierstrass, Poisson-Cauchy and Picard on a
strip. Next we deal with the approximation of multi-complex Picard,
Poisson-Cauchy and Gauss-Weierstrass singular integrals using the
modulus of continuity on polydisks. We continue with quantitative
estimates in the overconvergence phenomenon on polystrips, for the
weighted and non-weighted cases, for multivariate singular integrals
of Picard, Poisson-Cauchy and Gauss-Weierstrass types. Furthermore we
present Jackson type approximation results by generalizations of
multi-complex Picard, Poisson-Cauchy and Gauss-Weierstrass singular
integrals in terms of higher order moduli of smoothness on
polydisks. It follows quantitative estimates in the overconvergence
phenomenon on polystrips, for the weighted and non-weighted cases, for
generalized multicomplex singular integrals of Picard, Poisson-Cauchy
and Gauss-Weierstrass types.


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From: Jim Willenbring [log in to unmask]
Date: September 17, 2013
Subject: Trilinos User Group Meeting, USA, Nov 2013

The Trilinos team will be hosting its annual US Trilinos User Group
meeting  (TUG 2013) November 4-5, 2013.  

Registration is now open.  There is no fee.  

Non-US citizens are strongly encouraged to register before
September 25th to allow time for necessary paperwork. Non-US
citizens who register on or after the 25th may still be able to
attend, depending on the specific circumstances.

Registration link:
http://bit.ly/18uZccU


TUG 2013 webpage:
http://trilinos.sandia.gov/events/trilinos_user_group_2013

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From: Rodrigo Platte [log in to unmask]
Date: September 20, 2013
Subject: ICOSAHOM, USA, Jun 2014

ICOSAHOM, International Conference on Spectral and High-Order Methods
June 23-27 2014, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
http://www.icosahom2014.org/

Minisymposium Proposal: Submission Deadline, December 15 2013

The 10th International Conference on Spectral and High-Order Methods,
will be hosted by the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, on
June 23-June 27, 2014. The purpose of this conference series is to
bring together researchers and practitioners with an interest in the
theoretical, computational and applied aspects of high-order and
spectral methods for the solution of differential equations.

Plenary speakers: Susanne Brenner, Martin Costabel, Sigal Gottlieb,
Thomas Hagstrom, Ricardo Nochetto, Per-Olof Persson, Jennifer Ryan,
Thomas Wihler

All interested participants are encouraged to submit a minisymposium
proposal. For submission guidelines as well as additional conference
information, please visit the conference webpage:
http://www.icosahom2014.org/

If you have questions, please email us at
[log in to unmask]


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From: Kengo Nakajima [log in to unmask]
Date: September 22, 2013
Subject: IHPCES, Computational Earth Sciences, AUSTRALIA, JUN 2014

Fourth International Workshop on Advances in High-Performance
Computational Earth Sciences: Applications and Frameworks
(IHPCES-2014)
Cairns, Australia, June 10-12, 2014
http://nkl.cc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/IHPCES2014/

Paper Submission Due (10-pages): January 10, 2014
Author Notification:             February 10, 2014
Camera-Ready Papers:             March 5, 2014

IHPCES 2014 invites original contributions on all topics related to
Computational Earth Science, including, but not limited to:
- Large-scale simulations using modern high-end supercomputers in
  earth sciences, such as atmospheric science, ocean science, solid
  earth science, and space & planetary science, as well as
  multi-physics simulations and applications.
- Advanced modeling/large-scale simulations on natural disaster
  prevention/mitigation.
- Advanced numerical methods for computational earth sciences, such as
  FEM, FDM, FVM, BEM/BIEM, Mesh-Free method, Particle method, LBM etc.
- Numerical algorithms and parallel programming models for
  computational earth sciences.
- Optimization and reengineering of applications for both conventional
  multi- and many cores processors, or specified accelerators such as
  GPU.
- Strategy, implementation and applications of pre/post processing and
  handling of large-scale data sets for computational earth sciences,
  such as parallel visualization, parallel mesh generation, I/O, data
  mining and etc.
- Frameworks and tools for development of codes for computational
  earth sciences on Peta/Post-Peta/Exa Scale Systems.

Paper submissions should be made through EasyChair at:
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iccs2014


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From: Tom Hagstrom [log in to unmask]
Date: September 17, 2013
Subject: Clements Chair of Mathematics Position, Southern Methodist Univ

Southern Methodist University
Department of Mathematics

Applications are invited for the Clements Chair of Mathematics to
begin in the fall semester of 2014.  The department is searching for
senior scholars with outstanding records of research in computational
and applied mathematics as well as a strong commitment to teaching,
including an established history of advising doctoral students.  We
are seeking candidates whose interests align with those of the
department and who would contribute in a substantial way to the
university's initiatives in high performance computing and
interdisciplinary research.

The Department of Mathematics offers graduate degrees in Computational
and Applied Mathematics and includes 16 tenured or tenure-track
faculty researchers, all of whom work in application areas. Visit
http://www.smu.edu/math/ for more information.  To apply send a letter
of application with a curriculum vitae, a list of publications,
research and teaching statements, and the names of three references
to: The Faculty Search Committee, Department of Mathematics, Southern
Methodist University, P.O. Box 750156, Dallas, Texas, 75275-0156.  The
Search Committee can also be contacted by sending e-mail to
[log in to unmask] (Tel: (214)768-2452; Fax: (214)768-2355).

Applications received by November 1, 2013 will receive full
consideration, but will continue to be accepted until the position is
filled.  A Ph.D. in applied mathematics or a related field is
required.  Applicants will be notified when the search is concluded.

SMU, a private university with active graduate and undergraduate
programs in the sciences and engineering, is situated in a quiet
residential section of Dallas. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is
America's fourth largest metropolitan area, and residents enjoy access
to world-class cultural and entertainment activities.

SMU will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion,
national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran
status. SMU's commitment to equal opportunity includes
nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender
identity and expression. Hiring is contingent upon the satisfactory
completion of a background check.


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From: Alisa Fazleeva, Assistant MSc Program Director [log in to unmask]
Date: September 23, 2013
Subject: Full Professor/Department Chair Position, Univ Innopolis

Full Professor/ Department chair at University Innopolis, Kazan,
Russia

Starting dates: Fall 2014
Type: Full time or special arrangement

IT University Innopolis, Kazan, Russia, is seeking highly qualified
faculty members for Department chair position at the Department of
Computer Science. This is a career-oriented, renewable appointment.
Outstanding applicants with strong background in computer science and
information security systems are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities:
- Teach introductory or upper level courses at a reduced load, develop
  and implement departmental goals, coordinate and evaluate the
  academic performance of faculty members, mentor junior faculty,
  oversee recruitment efforts, manage the department budget,
  participate in University governance, and ensure compliance with
  University policies and procedures.
- Attract significant research funding.
- Responsible for the development, relevance, and quality of IT
  courses.
- Conduct research at Innopolis University in the field of computer
  science and engineering.  Focus areas include but are not limited to
  user interface and interaction, embedded and mobile computing, cloud
  computing, big data analysis, information security and education
  technology.

Requirements:

Essential
- PhD, preferably in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or
  related field.
- Excellence in teaching software engineering courses.
- Publication record commensurate with experience.
- Experience of academic leadership, evidence of attracting
  significant research funding as well as personal distinction in
  scholarship and research.
- Preferable seasoned supervisory skills, with at least five years
  successful experience.
- Candidates with various international backgrounds are encouraged to
  apply.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Excellent communication skills, including written and presentation
  skills in English.

Desirable
- Ability to supervise graduate and PhD students.
- Experience of working in a team.
- Willingness to travel within Russia and overseas in order to
  facilitate the research (tenure-track).
- Research background in Computer Science and related fields.
- Experience of collaboration with industry partners.

We offer
- Participation in a collaborative dual-degree program between
  Innopolis and Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  US). Participation includes an extended residency period.
- Opportunity to supervise the group of talented Russian students
  pursuing Master’s degrees at Innopolis University
- Professional growth / development opportunities and support
- Annual compensation range (depends on experience): $170 – 200k
- Relocation allowance $5k.
- Housing allowance
- Paid vacation.

Application:

The application package for the faculty position includes:
- Letter of application.
- Curriculum Vitae.
- Statement of teaching philosophy.
- A summary list of publications.
- A research statement describing past and future research efforts
  (optional).
- A summary of teaching experience.
- Names and contact information for references.

Application review:
- Candidates will be reviewed on the basis of their teaching and
  academic leadership, activity in the academic community, and
  research record (desirable, but not required).
- For candidates interested in the tenure-track position, expectations
  are that the new faculty will guide and promote scientific research,
  instruct at the undergraduate and graduate level, remain current in
  their respective field, promote international collaboration, and
  contribute to the greater Innopolis University community throughout
  their careers.

About Innopolis University

Innopolis University is an innovative Russian University, founded in
2013, specializing in Information Technologies.  With collaboration
from Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Innopolis University
specializes in undergraduate and graduate education degree programs.
Its charter is to educate highly-qualified technical professionals for
the Russian IT sector.  Education will be primarily in English, and
delivered by Russian and international faculty experts in their
respective fields.

For information on this partnership and Innopolis University visit:
http://innopolis.ru/files/docs/uni/innopolis_university.pdf and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpmlt9j1fqU.

Location Overview

As the capital of Tatarstan, Kazan is considered to be one of the
largest economic, industrial, scientific and cultural centers in
Russia.  Located in the center of the well-developed Volga region, and
situated between the industrial regions of the Central and the Ural
economic areas, its geopolitical location within the Russian
Federation has numerous advantages.  Because of its size of 614.2
square kilometer, and its population of 1.13 million people (40.7% of
whom are under the age of 30), Kazan is regarded as one of the
Republic’s cities with the greatest economic potential.. Kazan’s
student population is the third largest in Russia (after Moscow and St
Petersburg). With more than 56 institutions of higher education, more
than 200,000 students from 15 countries pursue their education in
Kazan.  The Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan is
situated in Kazan, positioning Kazan centrally in scientific and
research initiatives.

See also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
feature=player_embedded&v=YiQpyvbtwl4#!

For detailed information, please visit:
http://innopolis.ru/en/university/careers/

Address candidate packages, materials, letters, and questions to:
Tel:      +1   (412)   348-8709 (US)
          +44 (020) 3239 9709 (UK)
Email: [log in to unmask]


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From: Tim Kelley [log in to unmask]
Date: September 17, 2013
Subject: Leroy Martin Chair Position, NC State

The Mathematics Department at North Carolina State University invites
applications for the LeRoy Martin Professorship in Mathematics.  We
are seeking exceptionally well-qualified, world-renowned individuals
with research interests compatible with those in the department. All
areas of pure and applied mathematics will be considered. Candidates
must have a PhD in the mathematical sciences. The successful applicant
must have an internationally recognized research program, demonstrated
ability to attract external funding, a strong record of mentoring PhD
students and post-docs, and a commitment to effective teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate levels. 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.  Include a vita, at least four
letters of recommendation, and a description of current and planned
research. You will then be given instructions to go to

          http://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/4072

and complete a Faculty Profile for the position.

Write to [log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask] for questions
concerning this position.

NC State University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
Employer. NC State 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.


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From: Max Gunzburger [log in to unmask]
Date: September 18, 2013
Subject: Faculty Position, Energy & Materials

Florida State University
Strategic Faculty Recruitment in Energy & Materials

Florida State University is continuing its major interdisciplinary
initiative in the areas of Energy & Materials. During the 2013-14
academic year the University will be recruiting as many as nine
tenure-track/tenured faculty members to supplement the three faculty
hired last year in these areas. This search is open with respect to
rank and academic department. Successful candidates are expected to
have a synergistic impact on existing research programs in the
University's departments and interdisciplinary centers as well as
develop new areas. Sustained pursuit and growth of collaborative,
externally-funded research programs is an explicit goal.

We invite applications from researchers active in the broadly-defined
area of materials science and materials engineering with an emphasis
on, but not restricted to, materials for energy production,
conversion, storage and utilization. Target research areas in this
search encompass theory, computation, synthesis including molecular,
macromolecular and inorganic, thin films and crystals, biomaterials,
fundamental characterization, materials measurement, device
construction and proof of concept testing and prototyping. Successful
candidates will be offered highly competitive salaries and start-up
packages, state-of-the-art research space and access to world-class
instrumentation, computing and facilities in academic and
interdisciplinary units.

Related strengths at Florida State University include programs in
Biological Science, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Physics, and Scientific
Computing in the College of Arts & Sciences, and in Chemical &
Biomedical, Electrical & Computer, Industrial & Manufacturing and
Mechanical Engineering in the College of Engineering.  Complementing
these programs are interactive centers including the National High
Magnetic Field Laboratory, the Applied Superconductivity Center, the
High Performance Materials Institute, the Aero-Propulsion,
Mechatronics & Energy Center, and the Center for Advanced Power
Systems. Linking these colleges and centers is a new Ph.D.  program in
Materials Science & Engineering complementing robust department-based
doctoral programs in materials and related areas.

Florida State University is classified as a very high research
activity, doctorate-granting institution with a student population
approaching 42,000. In recent years, the University has made
considerable investments in research infrastructure in the sciences
and engineering disciplines. The University is located in Tallahassee,
the capital of Florida, where residents have access to a broad range
of cultural amenities afforded by the presence of three institutions
of higher learning. The region boasts an abundance of springs, lakes
and rivers as well as pristine beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.

Applicants are asked to provide a single document in pdf format
containing a letter of application including the names and contact
information of three professional references, curriculum vitae, and a
two page narrative describing their research interests that should
include a clear statement as to how the candidate would complement
this inter-college effort at Florida State University. Applications
must be sent electronically to [log in to unmask]  Review
of applications will begin on November 1, 2013.

Additional information about the related programs at FSU and this
faculty search can be obtained at
http://www.research.fsu.edu/materials_search/.

Florida State University is committed to the diversity of its faculty,
staff, and students, and to sustaining a work and learning environment
that is inclusive. Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are
strongly encouraged to apply. FSU is an Equal
Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action Employer.


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From: Nadine Rizk [log in to unmask]
Date: September 20, 2013
Subject: Faculty Positions, Math, Applied Math, and Statistics

The Department of Mathematics at the American University of Beirut
(AUB) invites applications for positions in Mathematics at the
Assistant Professor level. Employment will begin September 1,
2014. Visiting appointments at other ranks may be possible.

Only applicants holding a Ph.D. in Mathematics, Statistics or Applied
Mathematics and showing a strong commitment to teaching and research
will be considered. Anticipated vacancies are in any of the following
areas: (1) Analysis, (2) Partial Differential Equations and
Differential Geometry, (3) Numerical Analysis and Computing, (4)
Statistics and Probability. Strong candidates in other areas of
mathematics may be considered.

AUB is a teaching-centered research university. Its mission is to
enhance education, primarily for the people of the Middle East, and to
participate in the advancement of knowledge. The beautiful campus is
located on a hill in Beirut overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, with
pleasant weather year-round. The language of instruction is English.

All interested applicants should send a letter of application with a
current CV, research and teaching statements, and arrange for three
letters of reference.  Electronic submissions may be sent by e-mail
to: [log in to unmask] , or can be sent through the Mathjobs website
at https://www.mathjobs.org , or may be sent by post to the address
listed on our advertisement at the Mathjobs website. Applicants should
indicate whether they are planning to attend the AMS-MAA joint
mathematics meetings on January 15-18, 2014 in Baltimore,
Maryland. The deadline for applications is December 1, 2013.

The American University of Beirut is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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From: Cindy Moulton [log in to unmask]
Date: September 16, 2013
Subject: Assistant Professor Position, Mathematical Biology

Assistant Professor in Mathematical Biology
Utah State University

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics seeks an Assistant
Professor of Mathematical Biology who will extend and enhance Utah
State University's interdisciplinary research and education
programs in mathematical and biological/ecological sciences
(broadly interpreted).  The position is a 9-month, tenure track
position in mathematical biology/ecology.  Postdoctoral experience
is preferred; a PhD in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics or related
discipline is required.  The candidate will work toward tenure in
Mathematics and Statistics but will be expected to interact with
existing, and develop new, interdisciplinary teams, particularly in
the Department of Biology, College of Science, and the
University-wide Ecology Center (http://www.usu.edu/ecology/).  
Duties in Mathematics & Statistics include teaching graduate and
undergraduate classes in applied mathematics (such as numerical
methods, stochastic processes, nonlinear dynamics, partial
differential equations, asymptotic analysis, applied math in
biology) and supervising research students in the interdisciplinary
masters and PhD programs.  

We are particularly interested in applicants who are excited about
opportunities to interact with quantitatively oriented biologists
and ecologists on campus and who have experience
modeling/simulating ecological processes.  Applicants with
background in applied probability or numerical solution of
partial/stochastic differential equations are particularly welcome.
 Utah State University has an excellent climate for
interdisciplinary research, with a history of interdisciplinary
education and grantsmanship.  The state of Utah was recently given
EPSCoR status by the National Science Foundation, offering young
faculty an advantage when seeking funding opportunities.
Publications in biological and ecological journals are encouraged
and will count with equal weight toward tenure as those in
mathematical or statistical journals.  

Candidates should submit a cover letter, three letters of
recommendation, and curriculum vitae on USU’s employment website
(https://jobs.usu.edu).  At least one of the letters should address
teaching qualifications.  A separate, brief (two pages or less)
statement of research interests and capabilities, indicating how
the candidate envisions enhancing the university's
interdisciplinary research programs in quantitative biology and
ecology, must also be submitted.  Full position and application
details appear on the USU employment website and on the Department
of Mathematics and Statistics website (http://www.math.usu.edu/).

Utah State University is an AA/EO employer, sensitive to the needs
of dual-career applicants. The university is open to considering
dual-career appointments for suitable professional partners and is
dedicated to recruiting stellar candidates from a diverse pool
including women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities.
Qualified couples should note that the department also has a
faculty search in differential geometry and mathematical physics. 
USU offers competitive salaries with outstanding medical,
retirement and professional benefits (for details visit
http://www.usu.edu/hr/). The main campus is in Logan, Utah, a
semi-rural city in a mountain valley with a community of 100,000
people, offering ample opportunities for family-friendly
professional life. Local ski resorts, lakes, rivers, and mountains
create an excellent recreation environment.

Applicants should apply at
http://jobs.usu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=59244 or
https://jobs.usu.edu (Req. ID 054096).  Details about requirements
for the application process are explained on this site.  Review of
applications begins January 14, 2014, with the position open until
filled.  Email inquiries should be directed to [log in to unmask]

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From: Alisa Fazleeva, Assistant MSc Program Director [log in to unmask]
Date: September 23, 2013
Subject: Assistant/Associate Professor Position, Univ Innopolis

Starting dates: Spring/ Fall 2014
Type: Full time (or special arrangement)

IT University Innopolis, Kazan, Russia, is seeking highly qualified
faculty members for teaching and tenure-track positions at the
graduate level at the Department of Computer Science. This is a
career-oriented, renewable appointment. Applicants of all ranks
specializing in computer science and information security systems are
encouraged to apply, as are candidates with various international
backgrounds.

Responsibilities
- Deliver the graduate program core courses in Software Systems,
  Software Architecture, Software Design, Managing Software Design or
  related disciplines.
- Deliver the graduate program elective courses in Computer Science
  and related fields.
- Contribute to the development of Master’s degree programs
- Conduct research at Innopolis University in the field of computer
  science and engineering.  Focus areas include, but are not limited
  to, user interface and interaction, embedded and mobile computing,
  cloud computing, big data analysis, information security, and
  education technology.

Requirements

Essential
- PhD or MS (for Assistant Prof.), preferably in Computer Science,
  Software Engineering, or related field.
- Excellence in teaching software engineering courses.
- Publication record commensurate with experience.
- Experience of academic leadership, evidence of attracting
  significant research funding as well as personal distinction in
  scholarship and research.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Excellent English communication skills, including written and
  presentation skills.

Desirable
- Ability to supervise graduate and PhD students (tenure- track)
- Experience work with project teams
- Willingness to travel within Russia and overseas in order to
  facilitate research (tenure-track).
- Research background in Computer Science and related fields
  (tenure-track)
- Experience collaborating with industry partners (tenure- track).

Hiring benefits
- Participation in a collaborative dual-degree program between
  Innopolis and Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  US). Participation includes an extended residency period.
- Opportunity to supervise a cohort of talented Russian students
  pursuing master’s degrees at Innopolis University
- Professional growth / development opportunities and support
- Annual compensation (range variable, based upon depth of
  experience):
  - Assistant Prof: $100 – 130k
  - Associate Prof: $160 – 190k
  - Relocation allowance ($5,000)
  - Housing allowance
  - Vacation allowance

Application

The application package for the faculty position includes:
- Letter of application
- Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of teaching philosophy
- A summary list of publications
- A research statement describing past and future research efforts
  (optional)
- A summary of teaching experience
- Names and contact information for references

Application review
- Candidates will be reviewed on the basis of their teaching and
  academic leadership, activity in the academic community, and
  research record (desirable, but not required).
- For candidates interested in the tenure-track position, expectations
  are that the new faculty will guide and promote scientific research,
  instruct at the undergraduate and graduate level, remain current in
  their respective field, promote international collaboration, and
  contribute to the greater Innopolis University community throughout
  their careers.

About Innopolis University

Innopolis University is an innovative Russian University, founded in
2013, specializing in Information Technologies.  With collaboration
from Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Innopolis University
specializes in undergraduate and graduate education degree programs.
Its charter is to educate highly-qualified technical professionals for
the Russian IT sector.

Education will be primarily in English, and delivered by Russian and
international faculty experts in their respective fields.

For information on this partnership and Innopolis University visit:
http://innopolis.ru/files/docs/uni/innopolis_university.pdf and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpmlt9j1fqU.

Location Overview

As the capital of Tatarstan, Kazan is considered to be one of the
largest economic, industrial, scientific and cultural centers in
Russia.  Located in the center of the well-developed Volga region, and
situated between the industrial regions of the Central and the Ural
economic areas, its geopolitical location within the Russian
Federation has numerous advantages.  Because of its size of 614.2
square kilometer, and its population of 1.13 million people (40.7% of
whom are under the age of 30), Kazan is regarded as one of the
Republic’s cities with the greatest economic potential.. Kazan’s
student population is the third largest in Russia (after Moscow and St
Petersburg). With more than 56 institutions of higher education, more
than 200,000 students from 15 countries pursue their education in
Kazan.  The Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan is
situated in Kazan, positioning Kazan centrally in scientific and
research initiatives.  See also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
feature=player_embedded&v=YiQpyvbtwl4#!

For detailed information, please visit:
http://innopolis.ru/en/university/careers/

Address candidate packages, materials, letters, and questions to:
Tel:   +1  (412)  348-8709 (US)
       +44 (020) 3239 9709 (UK)
Email: [log in to unmask]


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From: Arnold D. Kim [log in to unmask]
Date: September 16, 2013
Subject: 2 Tenure Track Positions, Applied Mathematics

The School of Natural Sciences at UC Merced
(http://naturalsciences.ucmerced.edu) invites applications for 2
new faculty in the area of Applied Mathematics
(http://appliedmath.ucmerced.edu) starting July 1, 2014 at the rank
of tenure-track Assistant Professor. We are seeking exceptionally
qualified candidates with expertise in areas including, but not
limited to, numerical analysis, scientific computing, stochastic
processes, modeling, and data-enabled science. Special
consideration will be given to applicants who participate in
interdisciplinary research, and who will contribute to developing
the applied mathematics curriculum and to one or more of the campus
research initiatives in the natural sciences, engineering and/or
social sciences. A Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics or a related
scientific field, demonstrated excellence in research, teaching,
and strong interpersonal communication skills are required.
Postdoctoral research and teaching experience are preferred.

Candidates must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and
statements of research, teaching and diversity (a diversity
statement summarizes past or potential contributions to diversity
including mentoring, recruiting, committee service, etc). In
addition, candidates are requested to have four letters of
recommendation, among which one must address teaching, submitted
directly prior to the application deadline.

For more information or to apply: 
http://jobs.ucmerced.edu/n/academic/position.jsf?positionId=4913
AA/EOE.

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From: Roumen Anguelov [log in to unmask]
Date: September 23, 2013
Subject: 3 Academic Positions, Univ of Pretoria

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at University of
Pretoria invites applications for three academic posts at the level of
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor. For more
information visit "Positions" at http://www.up.ac.za/maths.

Closing date: 14 October 2013

Enquiries: Roumen Anguelov ([log in to unmask])


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From: Alisa Fazleeva, Assistant MSc Program Director [log in to unmask]
Date: September 23, 2013
Subject: Non-Tenure Track Teaching Position, Univ Innopolis

Non-tenure track Teaching position (Software Development and related)
Starting dates: Spring/ Fall 2014
Type: Full time or special arrangement

IT University Innopolis, Kazan, Russia, is seeking highly qualified
faculty members for teaching and tenure-track positions at the
graduate level at the Department of Computer Science. This is a
career-oriented, renewable appointment. Applicants of all ranks
specializing in computer science and information security systems are
encouraged to apply, as are candidates from various international
backgrounds.

Responsibilities
- Deliver the graduate program core courses in Software Systems,
  Software Architecture, Software Design, Managing Software Design or
  related disciplines
- Deliver the graduate program elective courses in Computer Science
  and related fields
- Contribute to the development of master’s degree programs
- Develop course materials, lecture, conduct office hours, prepare and
  grade exams, and manage/grade projects
- Teaching load will be several courses per year, depending on
  advising and service load
- Additional duties may include mentoring and advising students and
  student groups.

Requirements

Essential
- At least three years of teaching at the undergraduate and graduate
  level
- PhD or MS (preferably in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or
  related field)
- Excellence in teaching software engineering courses
- Publication record commensurate with experience
- Experience of academic leadership, evidence of attracting
  significant research funding, and personal distinction in
  scholarship and research
- Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
- Excellent English communication skills, including written and
  presentation

Desirable
- Ability to supervise graduate and / or undergraduate students
- Experience working on a team
- Willingness to travel within Russia and overseas in order to
  facilitate the research
- Research background in Computer Science and related fields
- Experience collaborating with industry partners

Benefits
- Participation in a collaborative dual-degree program between
  Innopolis and Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  US). Participation includes an extended residency period.
- Opportunity to supervise the group of talented Russian students
  pursuing Master’s degrees at Innopolis University
- Professional growth / development opportunities and support
- Annual compensation (varies based upon experience): $100 – 130k
- Relocation allowance ($5,000)
- Housing allowance
- Vacation benefit

Application

The application package for the faculty position includes:
- Letter of application
- Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of teaching philosophy
- A summary list of publications
- A research statement describing past and future research efforts
  (optional)
- A summary of teaching experience
- Names and contact information for references

Application review
- Candidates will be reviewed on the basis of their teaching and
  academic leadership, activity in the academic community, and
  research record (desirable, but not required).
- For candidates interested in the tenure-track position, expectations
  are that the faculty member will guide and promote scientific
  research, instruct at the undergraduate and graduate level, remain
  current in their respective field, promote international
  collaboration, and contribute to the greater Innopolis University
  community throughout their careers.

About Innopolis University

Innopolis University is an innovative Russian University, founded in
2013, specializing in Information Technologies.  With collaboration
from Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Innopolis University
specializes in undergraduate and graduate education degree programs.
Its charter is to educate highly-qualified technical professionals for
the Russian IT sector.

Education will be primarily in English, and delivered by Russian and
international faculty experts in their respective fields.

For information on this partnership and Innopolis University visit:
http://innopolis.ru/files/docs/uni/innopolis_university.pdf and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpmlt9j1fqU.

Location Overview

As the capital of Tatarstan, Kazan is considered to be one of the
largest economic, industrial, scientific and cultural centers in
Russia.  Located in the center of the well-developed Volga region, and
situated between the industrial regions of the Central and the Ural
economic areas, its geopolitical location within the Russian
Federation has numerous advantages.  Because of its size of 614.2
square kilometer, and its population of 1.13 million people (40.7% of
whom are under the age of 30), Kazan is regarded as one of the
Republic’s cities with the greatest economic potential.. Kazan’s
student population is the third largest in Russia (after Moscow and St
Petersburg). With more than 56 institutions of higher education, more
than 200,000 students from 15 countries pursue their education in
Kazan.  The Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan is
situated in Kazan, positioning Kazan centrally in scientific and
research initiatives.  See also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
feature=player_embedded&v=YiQpyvbtwl4#!

For detailed information, please visit:
http://innopolis.ru/en/university/careers/

Address candidate packages, materials, letters, and questions to:
Tel:      +1   (412)   348-8709 (US)
          +44 (020) 3239 9709 (UK)
Email: [log in to unmask]


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From: Erik Boman [log in to unmask]
Date: September 17, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Sandia National Labs

There is an immediate opening for a postdoc in the Scalable Algorithms
department at Sandia National Labs, NM, in the areas of graph
algorithms and scientific computing. For full text and to apply, go to

  http://tinyurl.com/SandiaPostdoc2013

or visit the Sandia Careers web site and search for opening 644464.

Regards,
Erik Boman
Karen Devine
Siva Rajamanickam


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From: Tan Bui-Thanh [log in to unmask]
Date: September 16, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Uncertainty Quantification, ICES, UT Austin

A postdoc position working with Tan Bui-Thanh
(http://users.ices.utexas.edu/~tanbui/) is available at the Institute
for Computational Engineering and Science to develop scalable methods
for large-scale uncertainty quantification in Bayesian inverse
problems including new/fast numerical/statistical methods for Bayesian
inversions, new model reduction (reduced order modelling, active
subspace) techniques, etc.

The candidate should have a PhD degree in (preferably computational)
engineering or computational applied mathematics.  Previous experience
with one or more of the following: MPI programming, large-scale
computation, Bayesian inversions, probability theory, and Markov chain
Monte Carlo simulation is a plus.

The position can start as early as Fall 2013. The funding is available
on year-by-year basis and up to three years depending on the
performance.


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From: Hansong Tang [log in to unmask]
Date: September 19, 2013
Subject: PhD Position, CFD, City College of New York

An opening is anticipated for a PhD student in computational fluid
dynamics/computational engineering starting Fall 2014 at the City
College of New York (CCNY) of the City University of New York
(CUNY). Funded by NSF and other sources, the successful candidate will
develop new and enhance existing numerical models for problems of
coastal ocean flows.

It is expected that the candidates are highly motivated and goal
oriented, and have
1. MS degree in oceanography, applied math, civil engineering, or
   other related discipline
2. Solid knowledge in mathematics, numerical methods, and physics
3. Good knowledge of programming (e.g., Fortran, MPI, and C/C++)

Preference will be given to those who have previous experience in
computer programming and flow modeling algorithm development.
Background in both math and engineering is especially welcome.  People
with citizenship of U.S. and its territory will have priority.

The CUNY is the US's leading urban public university serving more than
400,000 students at 23 colleges in New York City. CCNY, the flagship
campus of the university, is located in Manhattan and draws students
from around the world. CCNY is ranked among the top US universities
for producing engineers, business executives, scientists (including 8
Nobel prize winners, Fields medallists, and etc.).

If interested, please apply at
http://www.ccny.cuny.edu/engineering/phd.cfm

You are also welcome to send a CV (including TOFEL and GRE scores if
international applicants, no such scores won't be considered),
transcripts, list of publications (if any) for a pre-review with "PhD
student" as subject title in your email to (but only those with good
match will be replied): [log in to unmask]


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From: Vasily Demyanov [log in to unmask]
Date: September 23, 2013
Subject: PhD Position, Computer Scientist, Machine Learning

An industry funded PhD position is available at the Institute of
Petroleum Engineering, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

Uncertainty quantification group is looking for a PhD candidate for
the industry funded on making justified reservoir prediction by making
the best use of models of different complexity. Reservoir model
descriptions vary by the level model complexity, choice of parameters,
grid resolution. The ultimate challenge is to find dependencies
between the predictions made with different model descriptions; and
then use these dependencies to make faster and more effective history
matching and more robust uncertainty quantification. It is also
essential to identify the model descriptions that are more likely to
history match faster and to provide more reliable inference. The
project will involve data mining and use of machine learning
techniques to find dependencies in the space or model responses.

The successful candidate must have a degree in computer science or
statistics and possess a good knowledge of Bayesian and machine
learning methods as well as optimisation techniques. Strong
computational skills and experience in recent advances in machine
learning is essential. The candidate should be keen on extending
knowledge and applying new concepts in the petroleum context and
should demonstrate active team work and knowledge exchange with
colleagues from different disciplines.

The Uncertainty Quantification group at Heriot-Watt research is
focused on development of novel approaches for justified and realistic
forecasting of the petroleum reservoir performance, based on
quantifying uncertainty along the modelling workflow. The research
carried out by the team addresses various aspects of uncertainty
quantification using a wide range of approaches, including stochastic
optimisation methods, geostatistics, machine learning, Bayesian
statistics, and employs high-level scientific computing.

For further information and to submit your Curriculum Vitae and	course
grades contact: Dr Vasily Demyanov [log in to unmask]


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From: Ed Saff [log in to unmask]
Date: September 16, 2013
Subject: Contents, Constructive Approximation, 38 (2)

Constructive Approximation
Volume 38 Number 2
Table of Contents

"Limiting Behavior of Random Continued Fractions", by Lisa Lorentzen,
Pages 171-191

"Wronskians, Cumulants, and the Riemann Hypothesis", by John Nuttall,
Pages 193-212

"On 2D Newest Vertex Bisection: Optimality of Mesh-Closure and H
1-Stability of L 2-Projection", by Michael Karkulik, David Pavlicek,
and Dirk Praetorius, Pages 213-234

"A Note on the Construction of L-Fold Sparse Tensor Product Spaces",
by Michael Griebel and Helmut Harbrecht, Pages 235-251

"An Algebraic Perspective on Multivariate Tight Wavelet Frames", by
Maria Charina, Mihai Putinar, Claus Scheiderer, and Joachim Stöckler,
Pages 253-276

"A Hypergeometric Function Transform and Matrix-Valued Orthogonal
Polynomials", by Wolter Groenevelt and Erik Koelink, Pages 277-309

"Fractal Continuation", by Michael F. Barnsley and Andrew Vince, Pages
311-337

Volume 38 Number 2 of Constructive Approximation is now available on
the SpringerLink web site at http://link.springer.com/journal/365


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