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NA Digest, V. 14, # 40

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Subject: NA Digest, V. 14, # 40

NA Digest  Tuesday, November 18, 2014  Volume 14 : Issue 40

Today's Editor:

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

Today's Topics:

	ScalFMM, New Release 1.2.1
	Bay Area Scientific Computing Day, USA, Dec 2014
	IMA Maths in Signal Processing, UK, Dec 2014
	IMA Eight Great Technologies, UK, Jan 2015
	Hierarchical matrices, Germany, Mar 2015
	DDDAS 2015 Workshop, Iceland, Jun 2015
	New Trends in Numerical Analysis, Italy, Jun 2015
	SIAM Math and Comput Issues in the Geosciences, USA, Jun 2015
	Comput Geom Topology in Arrangement Theory, USA, Jul 2015
	Numerical Methods for Large-Scale Nonlinear Problems, USA, Aug-Sep 2015
	Faculty Positions, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UIUC
	Associate Professor Position, Trinity College Dublin
	Assistant Professor Position, Florida State Univ
	Postdoc Position, Complex Interfacial Flows
	Postdoc Position, KTH
	Postdoc Position, Parallel Dynamic Meshing, Univ of Kansas
	Postdoc Position, Uncertainty Quantification, Argonne
	Postdoc Positions, Biomedical Data Science, Stanford
	PhD/PostDoc Position, Numerical Analysis, Univ of Stuttgart
	PhD Position, Computational Science, San Diego
	PhD Position, RICAM
	PhD Student Position, Modelling time-dependent wave propagation

Subscribe, unsubscribe, change address, or for na-digest archives:
	http://www.netlib.org/na-digest-html/faq.html

Submissions for NA Digest:
	http://icl.cs.utk.edu/na-digest/

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From: Olivier Coulaud [log in to unmask]
Date: November 16, 2014
Subject: ScalFMM, New Release 1.2.1

We are pleased to announce the release 1.2.1, as an open-source
software, of ScalFMM.

ScalFMM is a scalable kernel independent fast multipole method. The
design of the library separates the FMM-core (octree management, data
structure, parallelism, ...) and the kernels that allow you to easily
introduce new kernel. We provide as well as a kernel independent
method based on Chebyhev interpolation and different implementations
for Poisson kernel (spherical expansion with rotation and BLAS
optimizations). The library offers shared memory (OpenMP) and hybrid
distributed/shared memory (MPI/OpenMP) parallelization.

The project Home page is http://scalfmm-public.gforge.inria.fr where
instructions for obtaining the source code are provided. Installation
instructions and a User Guide are also available.

Contributions and feedback from users are welcome.

The ScalFMM developers


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From: Michael Minion [log in to unmask]
Date: November 12, 2014
Subject: Bay Area Scientific Computing Day, USA, Dec 2014

Registration is now open for the 2014 installment of the Bay Area
Scientific Computing Day to be held Dec. 13, 2014 at Stanford
University.

Please find more information and reserve your seat by visiting the
BASCD14 website
http://icme.stanford.edu/events/bascd-stanford-university.

For those who would like to give a presentation at BASCD, the deadline
for submitting titles and abstracts is Nov. 20.  Interested persons
should contact Michael Minion, [log in to unmask], before the
deadline.

Please feel free to forward this announcement to your colleagues.

We hope to see you at Stanford on 12/13/14.


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From: Pamela Bye [log in to unmask]
Date: November 12, 2014
Subject: IMA Maths in Signal Processing, UK, Dec 2014

Monday 15 – Wednesday 17 December 2014,
Austin Court, Birmingham

For further information please visit the conference webpage:
http://ima.org.uk/conferences/conferences_calendar/mathematics_in_signal_processing.
html

This event builds upon a very successful series of previous
conferences. From the first event held in Bath in 1985 to the most
recent one held in Birmingham in 2012 as successful as its
predecessors, the organising committee is delighted to announce the
10th IMA International Conference on Mathematics in Signal Processing
to be held 15 – 17 December, 2014.

Signal processing constitutes an important area for the application of
mathematical concepts and techniques fuelled, for example, by
developments in mobile communications, networks, multimedia system,
genomics and bioengineering, neural signal processing, and big data
processing. The subject is still advancing rapidly in areas such as
non-linear signal processing and systems, compressive sampling,
digital communication systems, iterative estimation, blind
deconvolution/signal separation, broadband systems, compressed sensing
and novel sampling schemes. The aim of the conference is to bring
together mathematicians, statisticians and engineers with a view to
exploring recent developments and identifying fruitful avenues for
further research. It is hoped that the meeting will help to attract
more mathematicians into this important and challenging field.


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From: Pamela Bye [log in to unmask]
Date: November 12, 2014
Subject: IMA Eight Great Technologies, UK, Jan 2015

Following the success of the January 2014 synergistic IMA/SIAM UKIE
two days of mathematics and its applications research presentations at
UCL we are repeating the event. The IMA Conference on Research in
Mathematics and its Applications: Eight Great Technologies will be
held in Bath on 9 January 2015 to follow the SIAM UKIE annual meeting
in Bath on 8 January
[http://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/siamukie/annual-meetings/]. These promise
to be an exciting two days, providing in addition an opportunity to
forge closer links between our organisations for the benefit of
mathematics.

There will be talks on the Eight Great Technologies: Energy; Advanced
Materials; Big Data; Space; Robotics and autonomous systems; Synthetic
Biology; Regenerative Medicine; Agri-science

Please visit the conference webpage:
http://ima.org.uk/conferences/conferences_calendar/ima_2015_con
ference_on_research_in_mathematics_and_its_applications.html

For further information or to register your interest in this
event, please contact Lizzi Lake, Conference Officer, E-mail:
[log in to unmask], Tel: +44 (0) 1702 354 020, Fax: +44 (0)
1702 354 111, Institute of Mathematics and its Applications,
Catherine Richards House, 16 Nelson Street, Southend-on-Sea,
Essex, SS1 1EF, UK.


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From: Lars Grasedyck [log in to unmask]
Date: November 14, 2014
Subject: Hierarchical matrices, Germany, Mar 2015

Winter school on Hierarchical matrices

Date: March 2nd to 6th, 2015
Place: RWTH Aachen, Templergraben 55, Aachen
Registration: starts immediately
Speakers: Wolfgang Hackbusch, Lars Grasedyck, Steffen Börm
Website: http://www.igpm.rwth-aachen.de/winterschool

Hierarchical matrix techniques can be used to treat dense matrices
efficiently. Applications include
- the construction of preconditioners for elliptic PDEs,
- the discretization of integral operators,
- the evaluation of matrix functions and
- the approximation of solutions of matrix equations.

The key idea is to use a data-sparse representation of the dense
matrix and perform operations like the matrix-vector multiplication,
matrix multiplication, factorization or inversion preserving this
representation.

The winter school consists of lectures and exercises. The lectures
present the fundamental concepts of hierarchical matrices, e.g.,
compression techniques and algorithms for algebraic operations. The
exercises offer participants the opportunity to experience
hierarchical matrices in a number of applications, e.g., by
constructing an approximation of an integral equation or a
preconditioner for an elliptic PDE.


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From: Craig C. Douglas [log in to unmask]
Date: November 15, 2014
Subject: DDDAS 2015 Workshop, Iceland, Jun 2015

A dynamic data-driven application system is the integration of a
simulation with dynamically assimilated data, multiscale modeling,
computation, and a two way interaction between the model execution and
the data acquisition methods (see http://www.dddas.org). The workshop
will present opportunities as well as challenges and approaches in
technology needed to enable DDDAS capabilities in applications,
relevant algorithms, and software systems. All related areas in
Data-Driven Sciences are included in this workshop, including
CyberPhysical Systems like HealthKit on iPhones and iPads as well as
similar systems developed by Intel, Google, and Microsoft for phones
and tablets, Internet of Things (IoT), and Data Intensive Scientific
Discovery (DISD).

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From: Francesco Dell'Accio [log in to unmask]
Date: November 13, 2014
Subject: New Trends in Numerical Analysis, Italy, Jun 2015

New Trends in Numerical Analysis: Theory, Methods, Algorithms and
Applications, Dedicated to Professor Francesco Aldo Costabile on the
occasion of his 70th birthday
June 18-21, 2015
Hotel Club Eurolido, Calabrian Tyrrhenian coast, Falerna (CZ), Italy
http://lan.unical.it/NETNA2015/

The aim of the Conference is to bring together mathematicians, working
in Numerical Analysis and related fields, who will have the
opportunity to share and exchange their ideas and open problems in a
friendly environment. The themes of the Conference will cover all the
aspects of Numerical Analysis, with an emphasis on theory, methods,
algorithms and applications. Topics of interest certainly include, but
are not limited to: Elementary and special functions; Numerical linear
algebra; Interpolation and approximation; Rootfinding for nonlinear
equations; Numerical differentiation and integration; Numerical
methods for ordinary and partial differential equations; Optimization;
History of Computational Mathematics.

Submission of abstracts:  February  7, 2015
Notification of acceptance: March 7, 2015


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From: Sorin Pop [log in to unmask]
Date: November 10, 2014
Subject: SIAM Math and Comput Issues in the Geosciences, USA, Jun 2015

The next SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in
the Geosciences will be organized at Stanford University, June 29 –
July 2, 2015. The themes are (at large) mathematical models and
methods in the Geosciences. More details can be found at
http://www.siam.org/meetings/gs15/


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From: Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics [log in to unmask]
Date: November 17, 2014
Subject: Comput Geom Topology in Arrangement Theory, USA, Jul 2015

Topical Workshop: Computational Geometric Topology in Arrangement
Theory (July 6-10, 2015)
http://icerm.brown.edu/topical_workshops/tw15-4-cgtat/

This workshop will bring together mathematicians working on
combinatorial, geometric and topological properties of
arrangements. In addition to fundamental open problems in the area, we
will emphasize connections to tropical geometry, configuration spaces,
and applications (coding theory, statistical eco-nomics, topological
robotics), building bridges between those working on different aspects
of the area. The main aim of the workshop is to discuss computational
issues that arise in studying topological and combinatorial invariants
of arrangements.

The workshop will be comprised of two main activities: A series of
short courses by leading experts and research or expository talks. The
short courses will be aimed at a broad audience; in particular they
will be appropriate for advanced graduate students and early career
mathematicians. In addition to theory, talks will highlight
computational aspects of the problems, and the state of the art on the
main open conjectures in the field. We will also have a pair of
research talks each afternoon.

Application review begins on March 9th, 2015.


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From: Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics [log in to unmask]
Date: November 17, 2014
Subject: Numerical Methods for Large-Scale Nonlinear Problems, USA, Aug-Sep 2015

Numerical Methods for Large-Scale Nonlinear Problems and Their
Applications (August 31 - September 4, 2015)
http://icerm.brown.edu/topical_workshops/tw15-5-nmlnp/

Over the last 20 years or so, Newton-Krylov methods have developed to
maturity, allowing effective fully-coupled treatment of a broad range
of large-scale nonlinear problems. This development has set the stage
for addressing more difficult problems with more challenging
features. Additionally, applications for which state-of-the-art
Newton-Krylov approaches are inapplicable have recently exposed
several basic research questions. At the same time, there remain many
problem-specific methods and legacy codes that are still useful and
can be regarded as a resource for further development.

This workshop will include mathematicians and computer scientists who
work on algorithm design, implementation, and analysis, together with
disciplinary scientists and engineers who use the algorithms in
applications and have a working knowledge of their capabilities,
weaknesses, and limitations. The major foci of the workshop will be
acceleration methods, in particular Anderson acceleration; methods for
nonlinear problems that have significant stochastic aspects; methods
for nonsmooth problems; and various techniques for improving
robustness, such as nonlinear preconditioning.


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From: Hadi Meidani [log in to unmask]
Date: November 12, 2014
Subject: Faculty Positions, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UIUC

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at the
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for
four full-time tenured or tenure- track faculty positions; all ranks
will be considered. The Department seeks to expand its expertise in
emerging interdisciplinary areas that are critical in addressing
global challenges through innovative education and research. Desired
areas of expertise are:
(1) Geotechnical Engineering, including Rock Mechanics and Rock
    Engineering.
(2) Environmental Fluid Mechanics.
(3) Microbiomes of the Natural and Built Environment.
(4) Multifunctional Materials for Energy and Environmental
    Sustainability.
(5) Urban Infrastructure Resilience to Extreme Events.

More details about these areas can be found at:
http://cee.illinois.edu/sites/default/files/Faculty Search F1400148_
ODEA approved full ad.pdf

Opportunities exist for tenured full professors suited to the Grainger
Engineering Breakthroughs Initiative, a $100-million endowment from
the Grainger Foundation
(http://graingerinitiative.engineering.illinois.edu).

To ensure full consideration, create your candidate profile through
https://jobs.illinois.edu and upload your application cover letter
(addressed to Professor Benito J. Mariñas, Interim Head, Department of
Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1114 Newmark Civil Engineering
Laboratory, 205 North Mathews Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801. Telephone:
217-333-6961), curriculum vitae, a concise summary of past research
accomplishments and any teaching experience, a statement of future
research and teaching plans, and complete contact information of at
least three references by December 1, 2014. Information about the
department may be found at our website at http://cee.illinois.edu/.


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From: Michael Peardon [log in to unmask]
Date: November 12, 2014
Subject: Associate Professor Position, Trinity College Dublin

Accenture Associate Professor in Mathematics,
School of Mathematics, Trinity College Dublin

The School of Mathematics at Trinity is seeking candidates for the
above post. The successful candidate will be an experienced academic
with an ongoing programme of scholarly activities, including a strong
record in research, research supervision and teaching.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. and a demonstrated excellence in research
and teaching. Candidates in all areas of pure mathematics will be
considered.

The Accenture Associate Professor in Mathematics will be expected to
undertake high-quality research and develop a high profile in the
national and international research communities. S/he will assist in
the delivery and development of the School’s undergraduate and
postgraduate programmes and supervise research students. The appointee
will have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills, and will
have the ability to work both independently as well as part of a
team. The successful candidate will be expected to raise external
research funding and to contribute to the administration of the School
as directed by the Head of School.

Prospective applicants may discuss the positions further by contacting
the Head of School, Professor Sinéad M. Ryan by email to
[log in to unmask] Further information regarding the School of
Mathematics may be obtained at http://www.maths.tcd.ie

Applications will only be accepted via http://jobs.tcd.ie/

The closing date for applications is Friday, 5th December 2014.


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From: Max Gunzburger [log in to unmask]
Date: November 09, 2014
Subject: Assistant Professor Position, Florida State Univ

Assistant Professor Position
Department of Scientific Computing
Florida State University

The Department of Scientific Computing seeks to fill a tenure-track
Assistant Professor position with a Fall 2015 starting date. Review of
applications will begin on January 22, 2015 so that to guarantee
consideration of an application, it must be submitted by that date.

The Department of Scientific Computing (http://sc.fsu.edu) was
established in 2008 and offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in
Computational Science. The Department is a highly innovative unit
whose goals are to improve the way computational scientists and
engineers are trained and to do cutting-edge research on the
development and application of algorithms for solving science and
engineering problems using computers. The faculty of the Department
work in several science and applications areas. Training and research
within the Department is naturally of a highly interdisciplinary
nature, with many faculty and students collaborating with researchers
in other units of the University along with a diverse group of
researchers at other institutions in the US and abroad.

A doctoral degree in computational science, computer science,
mathematics, statistics or a related field is required.  Postdoctoral
experience is highly desired as is experience and commitment to
interdisciplinary research.

Interested applicants should send a single PDF file containing their
CV, research statement, and teaching statement to [log in to unmask]
and also have 4 letters of reference, one of which addresses teaching
experience and ability, submitted to the same email address.

Florida State University if a Public Records Agency and an Equal
Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action Employer.


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From: Serafim Kalliadasis [log in to unmask]
Date: November 13, 2014
Subject: Postdoc Position, Complex Interfacial Flows

Imperial College London
Department of Chemical Engineering
Research Associate in Complex Interfacial Flows
Salary: £33,410 to £42,380 per annum*
Fixed term appointment for up to 18 months

Applications are invited by highly talented researchers for an 18
month Research Associate position funded by the EPSRC Grant "Complex
Interfacial Flows with Heat Transfer: Analysis, Direct Numerical
Simulations and Experiments," under the supervision of Professor
Serafim Kalliadasis.

The project concerns the theoretical investigation of free- surface
thin-film flows in the presence of complexities such as heat transfer
and microstructured substrates. It is in collaboration with the
experimental group of Dr Christos Markides (Chemical Engineering,
Imperial) and the computational group of Dr Berend Van Wachem
(Mechanical Engineering, Imperial).

The successful candidate should have a PhD (or equivalent) in
Mathematics, Engineering, Science, or other related area and a strong
foundation on general mathematical modelling and mathematical
techniques (analytical and numerical). A good knowledge of interfacial
fluid mechanics is highly desirable.

You will join a highly interdisciplinary team working on a wide
variety of exciting projects at the interface between applied
mathematics and engineering science fundamentals.

If you would like to discuss the project, please contact Professor
Serafim Kalliadasis at [log in to unmask], Telephone:
+44-(0)-20-7594-1373.

Additional information and application details are given in
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AJX911/research-associate-in-complex-
interfacial-flows/


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From: Anna-Karin Tornberg [log in to unmask]
Date: November 18, 2014
Subject: Postdoc Position, KTH

The Mathematics department at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
in Stockholm is announcing the "The Dahlquist Postdoctoral Research
Fellowship" in Numerical Analysis. This is a two-year postdoc
position, including full social benefits.

The recipient is encouraged to pursue her or his own research
interests, and is not associated with a specific faculty member.

Deadline for application: February 1, 2015.
Starting date September 2015, negotiable.

For more information, see:
http://www.kth.se/en/sci/om/prizes/dqf


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From: Suzanne Shontz [log in to unmask]
Date: November 15, 2014
Subject: Postdoc Position, Parallel Dynamic Meshing, Univ of Kansas

Applications are invited for a full-time postdoctoral position with
the Information and Telecommunication Technology Center (ITTC) at the
University of Kansas. The initial appointment will begin in February
2015. The postdoc will join a project developing parallel dynamic
meshing algorithms and software for computational simulations
involving simulation-assisted medical interventions.

This position requires a PhD degree in computer science, applied or
computational mathematics, mechanical engineering, or a related field,
in a scientific computing area and research experience in unstructured
meshing algorithms and high performance computing.  Minimum 2 years’
experience with C/C++ and a parallel programing language and strong
written and oral communication skills are also required. The postdoc
researcher will work closely with a team of academics, Ph.D. students,
and undergraduate researchers from computer science, biomedical
engineering, mechanical engineering, and medicine.  Knowledge of MPI
programming and bioengineering applications and interdisciplinary
research experience are a plus.

A full position description, required and preferred qualifications,
and application instructions can be found at
http://employment.ku.edu/staff/2221BR.  For more information on ITTC
see http://www.ittc.ku.edu.  Review of applications begins 12/15/14,
and will continue until the position is filled.

Complete applications will include the following:
(1) A cover letter
(2) A full curriculum vitae
(3) A two- to three-page statement summarizing your research
    experience and achievements (including publications and software)
    and research plans
(4) Up to two research publications and/or preprints
(5) The names and contact information for three references

For further information about this position, please contact Prof.
Suzanne Shontz at [log in to unmask]

KU is an EO/AAE.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including
pregnancy), age, national origin, disability, genetic information or
protected Veteran status.


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From: Emil Constantinescu [log in to unmask]
Date: November 13, 2014
Subject: Postdoc Position, Uncertainty Quantification, Argonne

The Mathematics and Computer Science (MCS) Division at Argonne
National Laboratory invites outstanding candidates to apply for a
postdoctoral position in the area of uncertainty quantification and
data analysis for complex dynamical systems.

Uncertainty quantification for multiphysics applications and
assimilation of massive data sets obtained through direct observations
of real physical processes will be performed and analyzed by using
scalable algorithms. The appointee will conduct data assimilation and
statistical model building with the purpose of fusing numerical model
output and data, model calibration and validation. Applications
include power grid, and climate and weather forecasting for energy
systems. This position requires comprehensive knowledge in one or more
of the following: data assimilation, stochastic processes, and
computational/Bayesian statistics. Also required is considerable
knowledge in one or more of the following areas: numerical algorithms
and software for differential equations, statistics, statistical
mechanics, numerical optimization, and numerical linear algebra. Good
proficiency levels in scientific programming languages (e.g., C, C++,
Fortran) or Python are also required. Experience with parallel
computing and large-scale computational science is a plus.

Each candidate should submit an application via the Argonne website
(http://www.anl.gov/jobsearch) under division postdoctoral job
openings for job requisition 322839. The application must include a
curriculum vita; list of publications, abstracts, and significant
presentations; and the names and addresses of three references, other
than Argonne staff, who can attest to the candidate's ability and
potential. For further information about division postdoctoral
appointments at Argonne, see our website. Questions can be addressed
to Dr. Emil Constantinescu ([log in to unmask]).


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From: Jennifer Hicks [log in to unmask]
Date: November 10, 2014
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Biomedical Data Science, Stanford

The Mobilize Center at Stanford University
(http://mobilize.stanford.edu), a newly established National
Institutes of Health (NIH) Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Center for
Excellence, has openings for several Distinguished Postdoctoral
Fellows.

The proliferation of devices monitoring human activity, including
mobile phones and an ever-growing array of wearable sensors, is
generating unprecedented quantities of data describing human movement,
behaviors, and health. Mobility data is also being collected daily by
hundreds of clinical centers and research laboratories around the
world. Gaining insight from these massive and complex datasets will
require novel algorithms for large- scale data processing and machine
learning.

The Mobilize Center is bringing together leading data science and
biomedical researchers to integrate and understand these data using
innovative data science techniques, combined with state-of-the-art
biomechanical modeling. The Center is led by Scott Delp, along with
co-investigators Trevor Hastie, Jure Leskovec, Christopher Re, Stephen
Boyd, Jennifer Widom, Abby King, Russ Altman, and Margot
Gerritsen. Current driving biomedical problems include weight
management through the promotion of physical activity, running
injuries, osteoarthritis, and cerebral palsy.

We are searching for outstanding creative individuals to develop and
apply novel data science tools to study human mobility and health. The
ideal candidate will have strong research skills in data science and
biomechanics and experience developing computational methods. Prior
experience with wearable sensors, statistical learning, optimization,
game theory, software development, medical informatics and other data
science methods is desirable.

Learn more about the Mobilize Center and find out how to apply at:
http://mobilize.stanford.edu/call-for-applications-distinguished-postdoctoral-fellows/


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From: Bernard Haasdonk [log in to unmask]
Date: November 13, 2014
Subject: PhD/PostDoc Position, Numerical Analysis, Univ of Stuttgart

We welcome applications for a research associate (PhD or PostDoc)
position in the research group "Numerical Mathematics" at the
Institute of Applied Analysis and Numerical Simulation, University of
Stuttgart, Germany. The university offers an interesting and
interdisciplinary research environment in particular by opportunities
of colaboration within the Cluster on Simulation Technology SimTech.

The research will be in the scope of kernel methods and model order
reduction (MOR), particular interest exists in the fields:
-kernel-based data approximation techniques (vectorial, multiscale)
-RBF techniques for approximation of PDEs (greedy techniques) -data
assimilation in PDEs/ODEs (parameter, state estimation) via MOR

The highly motivated candidate should have a background in numerical
analysis for PDEs or scattered data approximation by kernel
methods. Good programming skills (MATLAB or C++) are
essential. According to the funding source, the position is supposed
to provide teaching assistance for mathematics lectures.  Therefore,
basic German language knowledge -- or the willingness to adopt this --
is required. The position with the designated salary bracket TV-L E13
(100%) has a limited tenure of two years, with possible extension by
further two years. We aim at filling the position by 1 April, 2015.

Applications with the usual documents (letter of motivation,
curriculum vitae, certificates, contact information of 2 referees)
should be sent electronically as single PDF to
[log in to unmask] and arrive not later than 18
December, 2014.


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From: Jose E. Castillo [log in to unmask]
Date: November 09, 2014
Subject: PhD Position, Computational Science, San Diego

The Computational Science Research Center at San Diego State
University is looking for qualified applicants for its
interdisciplinary Ph.D. program ( joint with Claremont Graduate
University) in Computational Science.

We have financial support in the form of Teaching, Graduate and
Research Assistantships and Fellowships.  Areas of interest include
Nonlinear Dynamics, Biomathematics, Soft Condensed Matter Physics,
Relativistic Astrophysics, General Relativity, Fluid Dynamics,
Material Sciences, Geophysics, Nuclear Physics and Physical
Oceanography.

Please take a look here for details about the program including
application process.

http://www.youtube.com/user/CSRCProgram?feature=mhum#g/a

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From: Marie-Therese Wolfram [log in to unmask]
Date: November 11, 2014
Subject: PhD Position, RICAM

PhD position (f/m) in the New Frontiers Group on 'Mathematical
modeling and simulation of crowded transport in the life and social
sciences'

A new PhD position is available at the Johann Radon Institute for
Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM
http://www.ricam.oeaw.ac.at/ ) within the New Frontiers Group on
“Multi-scale modeling and simulation of crowded transport in the life
and social sciences". The applicant will work with Dr.  Marie-Therese
Wolfram in the newly founded research group, which started in the
beginning of 2014.

The PhD project focuses on the development of mathematical models for
ion transport in biological and synthetic pores and their efficient
numerical simulation. The developed models and methods will serve as a
basis to study parameter identification problems in ion channels and
nanopores. We are a young research team, which focuses on various
aspects of crowded transport such as mathematical modeling, analysis
of partial differential equations and scientific computing. The PhD
position offers excellent opportunities to work in a lively research
environment and collaborate with international experts in the field of
applied mathematics as well as bio-physics.

We are looking for a talented and self-motivated individual with a
solid background in mathematical modeling and partial differential
equations. Knowledge in numerical analysis and scientific computing is
desirable. An MSc degree in mathematics is mandatory.

The position is available from February 1, 2015 or as soon as possible
thereafter. It will be offered up to 3 years with a monthly gross
salary of EUR 1996,9 (14 times per year). The weekly working time is
30 hours and includes five weeks of vacation.

Applicants should provide the following information: letter of
motivation, curriculum vitae, record of their university course work
and a PDF file of their master thesis. Interested candidates are
invited to send their application in a single PDF file directly to
[log in to unmask] until December 19, 2014.


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From: David Chappell [log in to unmask]
Date: November 12, 2014
Subject: PhD Student Position, Modelling time-dependent wave propagation

A PhD studentship on "Modelling time-dependent wave propagation for
applications in vehicle crash testing" is now available working with
Dr David Chappell at Nottingham Trent University. The project will
complement the work of the EU Marie Curie Industry and Academic
Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) project Mid-to-High Frequency
Modelling of Vehicle Noise and Vibration (MHiVec,
www.inutech.de/mhivec). The successful applicant will benefit from
working with an international and interdisciplinary research network
including partners from industry (Jaguar Land Rover Ltd., inuTech GmbH
and CDH AG) and academia (University of Southampton, University of
Nottingham). The position would ideally suit an applied mathematician
with strong computing skills and an interest in Engineering
applications or an engineer with a strong interest in computational
mathematics. For further details and instructions on how to apply see
the full advertisement at

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AJZ179/phd-studentship-modelling-time-
dependent-wave-propagation-for-applications-in-vehicle-crash-
testing/


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