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NADIGEST August 2023, Week 3

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NA Digest, V. 23, # 16

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Subject: NA Digest, V. 23, # 16

NA Digest  Saturday, August 19, 2023  Volume 23 : Issue 16

Today's Editor:

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

Today's Topics:

    Constantin Carathéodory Prize 2023: Prof. Sergeyev, Italy
    Parallel-in-Time Software Survey
    An improved possible proof of Goldbach's Conjecture
    Software Release, pyMOR 2023.1
    deal.II 9.5 released
    New Book, Finite Element Approximation ...
    CISM Advanced Course on Batteries, Italy, Sep 2023
    IMA Mathematics in Defence and Security, UK, Sep 2023
    Python for A Level Mathematics and Beyond, ONLINE, Sep 2023
    Scientific ML and Model Order Reduction, ONLINE, Sep 2023
    pyMOR School, Germany, Sep 2023
    Advances in Differential Equations, India, Oct 2023
    Black Heroes of Mathematics, ONLINE, Oct 2023
    Mathematical Methods in Medicine, Austria, Oct–Dec, 2023
    Sparse Tensor Computations, USA, Oct 2023
    Delays and Structures in Dynamical Systems, Italy, Nov 2023
    Mathematical Opportunities in Digital Twins, USA, Dec 2023
    Numerical Analysis of PDEs, Chile, Jan 2024
    Mathematical Software Developer Position, PIPENET®
    Full Professor Position, Geometry/Optimization, Salzburg Univ
    Research Assistant Position, WIAS, Berlin, Germany
    Research Technician Position, ML and Game Theory, BCAM
    Research Technician Position, Numerical Techniques for CFD, BCAM
    Research Technician Position, Statistical Analysis, BCAM
    Research Technician, Position, Applied ML, BCAM
    Postdoc Position, Mathematics, Univ Graz:, Austria
    Postdoc Fellowship Position, Scientific Computing, Argonne NL
    Postdoc Fellowship Positions, Berkeley Lab
    Postdoc Position, Advanced Statistical and AI Methods
    Postdoc Position, Fluctuating Hydrodynamics, UK
    Postdoc Position, Hybrid PDE/Monte-Carlo Methods
    Postdoc Position, Machine Learning of Nonequilibrium Processes
    Postdoc Position, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Macquarie Univ
    Postdoc Position, Mathematics, BCAM
    Postdoc Position, Mathematics, Czech Republic
    Postdoc Position, Numerical Simulation of Biomedical Devices, Brazil
    Postdoc Position, Phasefield Modeling, Los Alamos NL
    Postdoc Position, Sapienza Univ of Rome, Italy
    Postdoc Position, Social Sciences and Data Science
    Postdoc Position, Theory of ML, Univ of Wurzburg
    Postdoc Position, WIAS, Germany
    Postdoc Positions, HPC, MPI for Plasma Physics
    PhD and Postdoc Positions, NA, Paderborn Univ
    PhD/Postdoc Position, Numerical PDEs, Hamburg
    Postdoc and PhD Positions, Mathematics, Univ of Vienna
    Postdoc and PhD Positions, Optimization, Germany
    Doctorate Research Position, RICAM Linz, Austria
    PhD Position, Applied Mathematics, Austria
    PhD Position, Applied Mathematics, LUT Univ, Finland
    PhD Position, Dynamical Systems, Univ Magdeburg, Germany
    PhD Position, Optimisation, RMIT Univ, Australia
    PhD Position, Optimization and HPC
    PhD Position, Patient-specific Computational Modeling, JKU Linz
    PhD Position, PharMetrX, Potsdam/Berlin, Germany
    PhD Position, Stochastic Modeling of Rarefied Gas Flows
    PhD Position, WIAS, Berlin, Germany
    PhD Positions, Computational Science, USA
    PhD Positions, SHINE
    PhD Positions, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy
    CFP, Axioms Special Issue, Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making
    CFP, Special Issue on Mixed-Integer Multi-Agent Optimization
    CFP, Symmetry Special Issue, Skewed Probability Distributions
    CFPs, Symmetric Methods for Diff and Int Equations
    Contents, ACTA CYBERNETICA, 26 (1)
    Contents, Adv Comput Math (ACOM), 49 (4)
    Contents, Commun Appl Math Comput, 5 (3)
    Contents, Evolution Equations and Control Theory, 12 (6)
    Contents, J Numer Anal Approx Theory, 52 (1)

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From: Dmitri Kvasov [log in to unmask]
Date: July 14, 2023
Subject: Constantin Carathéodory Prize 2023: Prof. Sergeyev, Italy

Yaroslav D. Sergeyev (Distinguished Professor and Head of Numerical
Calculus Laboratory at the University of Calabria, Italy) was awarded
the International Constantin Caratheodory Prize for achievements in
the field of global optimization on July 12, 2023.

The Prize is assigned by the International Society of Global
Optimization every two years to an individual (or group of
individuals) for fundamental contributions to the theory, algorithms,
and applications of global optimization. This year the Prize is of
particular importance, as it is awarded in the year of the 150th
anniversary of the birth of Constantin Caratheodory.

The Award is the highest distinction of the International Society of
Global Optimization. It recognizes outstanding scientific results that
have stood the test of time. The criteria include scientific
excellence, innovation, significance, depth, and impact on the entire
field of global optimization.

The award was presented during the World Congress of Global
Optimization taking place from 10 to 14 July 2023 in Athens
(Greece). Prof.  Sergeyev delivered a plenary lecture entitled
"Problems, methods, and applications in Lipschitz global
optimization". The !onstantin Caratheodory Prize is not the first
international distinction of Professor Sergeyev. He is EUROPT Fellow
(2016) and Laureate of the Pythagoras International Prize in
Mathematics (2010), Khwarizmi International Award (2017), and others.

Note: Constantin Caratheodory (September 13, 1873, Berlin - February
2, 1950, Munich) was a German mathematician of Greek origin. Known for
works on the theory of functions, calculus of variations, theory of
conformal mappings, and measure theory.

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From: Robert Speck [log in to unmask]
Date: July 27, 2023
Subject: Parallel-in-Time Software Survey

We are trying to gather information about all the parallel-in-time
software out there. If you have a few minutes, please fill in this
survey and add information about the software you're working on/you
are aware of/you wrote back in the days:
https://forms.gle/9BdkNaBuYndpyeyRA

The software does not need to be actively developed to be mentioned in
this survey, it does not have to be run on actual HPC system, or
follow any standards. If it is or was developed for research around
parallel-in-time integration methods, that is enough. We are
interested in everything from a simple Matlab script to a big
application code where a parallel-in-time method is only a small part
of the whole software.

We are very grateful for your help! If you have questions, please do
not hesitate to contact us under [log in to unmask] and
[log in to unmask]

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From: Peter Schorer [log in to unmask]
Date: July 22, 2023
Subject: An improved possible proof of Goldbach's Conjecture

I discovered an error in the possible proof of Goldbach's Conjecture
that I announced in previous messages here.  But I found a way to make
a major improvement in another possible proof, and that proof (only
two pages!) is now accessible in "A Possible Proof of Goldbach's
Conjecture" on occampress.com. I will welcome comments.

-- Peter Schorer, [log in to unmask]

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From: Petar Mlinarić [log in to unmask]
Date: July 06, 2023
Subject: Software Release, pyMOR 2023.1

We are proud to announce the release of pyMOR 2023.1!

pyMOR now comes with three new MOR methods for port-Hamiltonian
systems, a new data-driven MOR method, optimization methods for
parametric problems, and an improved experience for Jupyter users.

Read the full release notes at
https://docs.pymor.org/2023-1-0/release_notes/all.html

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From: Wolfgang Bangerth [log in to unmask]
Date: July 18, 2023
Subject: deal.II 9.5 released

Version 9.5.0 of deal.II, the object-oriented finite element library
awarded the J. H. Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Software, has been
released. It is available for free under an Open Source license from
the deal.II homepage at https://www.dealii.org/

The major changes of this release are:
- Substantial updates and extensions to deal.II's interfaces to other
  libraries. This includes, in particular, the integration of Kokkos
  additions and updates to the PETSc and Trilinos interfaces.
- Improvements to the matrix-free infrastructure
- Better support for non-matching grids
- Faster or more robust linear solvers and preconditioners
- Many changes to the CMake configuration system, as well as more
  extensive use of modern C++ features
- A large number of updates to the tutorials and other documentation

More information about changes can be found in the release preprint at
https://www.dealii.org/deal95-preprint.pdf.

The main features of deal.II are:
- Extensive documentation and 83 working example programs
- Support for dimension-independent programming
- Locally refined adaptive meshes and multigrid support
- A zoo of different finite elements
- Built-in support for shared memory and distributed parallel
  computing, scaling from laptops to clusters with 100,000+ of
  processor cores
- Interfaces to Trilinos, PETSc, SUNDIALS, UMFPACK and many other
  external software packages
- Input and output for a wide variety of meshing and visualization
  platforms



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From: Franz Chouly [log in to unmask]
Date: July 12, 2023
Subject: New Book, Finite Element Approximation ...

Finite Element Approximation of Contact and Friction in Elasticity

This book presents the mathematics behind the formulation,
approximation, and numerical analysis of contact and friction
problems. It also provides a survey of recent developments in the
numerical approximation of such problems as well as several remaining
unsolved issues.
https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-031-31423-0

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From: Wolfgang A. Wall [log in to unmask]
Date: July 12, 2023
Subject: CISM Advanced Course on Batteries, Italy, Sep 2023

CISM Advanced Course on Batteries - Basic Principles, Experimental
Investigations and Modeling Across Scales
https://www.cism.it/en/activities/courses/C2314/

Lecturer: Yue Qi (Brown University), Jurgen Janek (Giessen, Germany),
Oleg Borodin (USA), David Howey (Oxford, UK), Arnulf Latz
(DLR/Helmholtz, Germany), Wolfgang A. Wall (Technical University of
Munich, Germany), Long-Qing Chen (Pennsylvania State University, USA),
Edwin Knobbe (BMW AG, Germany) Coordinated by: Arnulf Latz & Wolfgang
A. Wall

September 25 to September 29, 2023
International Centre for Mechanical Sciences (CISM -
https://www.cism.it/en/) - Udine, Italy

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From: Pamela Bye [log in to unmask]
Date: August 08, 2023
Subject: IMA Mathematics in Defence and Security, UK, Sep 2023

7th September 2023, Imperial College, London, UK
https://ima.org.uk/20850/7th-ima-defence/

There is a growing trend, and demand, for scientific and
evidence-based decision-making supporting defence and security at the
heart of government and industry. Mathematics is fundamental to these
two domains, providing a framework for understanding and solving the
varied and complex problems faced, and to model systems and
scenarios. As mathematicians we are in an ideal position to be at the
forefront of this requirement and are able to take a step back and
assimilate everything into a common language. One of the biggest
challenges for mathematicians is the ubiquity of the discipline 
that the same maths can be used to solve multiple problems. This means
that it may not be immediately obvious to know what branch of
mathematics is best suited to addressing a particular problem and it's
not always straightforward to find a forum where you can get feedback
on the different mathematical techniques that could be applied.  This
conference aims to bring together a wide variety of participants and
topics applying a variety of mathematical methods with defence and
security applications. The programme will include invited speakers,
presentations and poster sessions, as well as refreshment breaks for
informal discussions. It is aimed towards mathematicians, scientists
and engineers from both industry and academia, in addition to
government and military personnel who have an interest in how
mathematics can be applied to defence and security problems.

Invited Speakers - Richard Pinch: Mathematical challenges in security;
Tim Watson: Defence and Security at The Alan Turing Institute; Richard
Lane: Behavioural Analytics: Mathematics of the Mind; Rachel Craddock:
Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence and Us - learning to work
together.

Registration is open via https://my.ima.org.uk/

For further information or to register your interest, please contact
the Conferences Department: [log in to unmask]


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From: Pamela Bye [log in to unmask]
Date: August 01, 2023
Subject: Python for A Level Mathematics and Beyond, ONLINE, Sep 2023

Friday September 22 - Saturday September 23, 2023
https://ima.org.uk/22099/online-workshop-python-for-a-level-mathematics-and-beyond-autumn-2023/

This is a hands-on workshop and will introduce delegates to the freely
available, open-source and general-purpose programming language Python
- which is one of the most popular programming languages in the
world. Python will be used to enhance the teaching and learning of
Mathematics at A-Level and beyond. Delegates need no prior knowledge
of programming to benefit from this workshop.

Requirements: Delegates need to download Anaconda on to their own
computers: https://www.anaconda.com For Google Colab:
https://colab.research.google.com/ delegates will need a Google
account.

Registration for this event is open via the
https://my.ima.org.uk/services.php?section=events Portal. This event
costs 10 GBP to book. Please note that the content for each workshop
day is the same so please only book for one date.  Registration will
close on 20 September 2023.  All joining information will be sent 24
hours prior to the event.


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From: Nirav Shah [log in to unmask]
Date: August 17, 2023
Subject: Scientific ML and Model Order Reduction, ONLINE, Sep 2023

We are pleased to announce online workshop on Scientific machine
learning and Model order reduction, which will take place on September
15 and September 22.

This workshop presents series of talks focused on developments in
scientific machine learning and model order reduction with application
to engineering and industrial problems. Topics include Reduced order
modelling in computational fluid dynamics, Sparse identification of
nonlinear dynamics method and ensemble learning, Least-squares neural
network method, Model reduction for port-Hamiltonian systems,
Executable digital twins and Reduced order models for Navier-Stokes
equation.

Please visit our website:
https://excalibur-sysgenx.github.io/workshop/ for further details
regarding list of talks, registration and event schedule.

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From: Art Pelling [log in to unmask]
Date: July 21, 2023
Subject: pyMOR School, Germany, Sep 2023

We are very happy to invite you to the fourth pyMOR School
(https://school.pymor.org), which will take place September 18-22,
2023, at the CFD Department of TU Berlin, Germany.  This school is
targeted at anyone interested to apply model order reduction in their
work using pyMOR (https://pymor.org). The school will consist of both
introductory lectures to model order reduction and pyMOR, as well as
interactive sessions. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring
their own problems to work on. The timetable and the content of the
introductory topics will be adapted to match the participants'
requirements, based on the information provided in the registration
forms. Existing users and previous participants are welcome to attend
again.

Registration is open until August 31, 2023:
https://indico3.mpi-magdeburg.mpg.de/event/33/

If you are planning to join, we highly recommend that you book
accommodation early, as the Berlin marathon takes place the following
weekend.  Please feel free to forward this message to anyone who might
be interested and contact us at [log in to unmask] for any inquiries.



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From: Paramjeet Singh [log in to unmask]
Date: August 14, 2023
Subject: Advances in Differential Equations, India, Oct 2023

We are organizing a one week autumn workshop on Advances in
Differential Equations : Theory and Computation (ADETC 2023) during
October 02-07, 2023. This workshop will be hosted by the School of
Mathematics of Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology at
Patiala.

This workshop will cover topics: Sobolev spaces and weak formulation
of PDE, Finite volume methods for conservation laws, Finite element
methods for elliptic PDE, System of ODEs and disease dynamics,
Application on of numerical methods in MATLAB.

All information about the workshop and about the registration
procedure is available at this link:
https://sites.google.com/view/adetc2023

Limited support for lodging and meals are also available. Last date of
application is August 31, 2023.

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From: Pamela Bye [log in to unmask]
Date: July 13, 2023
Subject: Black Heroes of Mathematics, ONLINE, Oct 2023

Tuesday October 3rd  Wednesday October 4, 2023
ZOOM Webinar will be used to host this hybrid event.
This event is FREE
https://ima.org.uk/22240/black-heroes-of-mathematics-conference-2023/

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), British
Society for the History of Mathematics (BSHM), ICTP-East African
Institute for Fundamental Research (ICTP-EAIFR), Institute of
Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), International Centre for
Mathematical Sciences (ICMS), Isaac Newton Institute (INI), London
Mathematical Society (LMS) and Mathematical Association (MA) are
holding a two day conference on Black Heroes of Mathematics.  The
Vision of the conference is "To celebrate the inspirational
contributions of black role models to the field of Mathematics and
Mathematics Education". There will be a balance of technical talks by
internationally renowned black speakers that include some detail of
career paths and experience to provide a testimonial dimension. We
plan to achieve a balance of career stage and gender.

Registration is now open via
https://www.icms.org.uk/events/2023/black-heroes-mathematics-conference-2023
and is free to attend

[log in to unmask]
Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Catherine Richards House, 16 Nelson Street, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS1 1EF, UK

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From: Annette Weihs [log in to unmask]
Date: July 19, 2023
Subject: Mathematical Methods in Medicine, Austria, Oct–Dec, 2023

Special Semester on Mathematical Methods in Medicine
Linz, Austria, October 23-December 8, 2023

Details and registration:
https://www.ricam.oeaw.ac.at/specsem/specsem2023/

The Special Semester on Mathematical Methods in Medicine will be held
at the Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied
Mathematics (RICAM).

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From: Grey Ballard [log in to unmask]
Date: July 14, 2023
Subject: Sparse Tensor Computations, USA, Oct 2023

We are pleased to announce this call for participation for the
Workshop on Sparse Tensor Computations, to be held on October 18-19,
2023 at Discovery Partners Institute in Chicago, IL, a satellite
location of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

The workshop is organized to facilitate transfer of ideas between
researchers in tensor computations from various fields and will
encompass research on topics including; algorithms for tensor
decomposition and completion; tensor network methods; tensor
contractions and tensor algebra; tensor eigenvalues; tensor models of
quantum systems; low-rank tensor approximations for dynamical systems
/ numerical PDEs; graph and hypergraph processing for/via sparse
tensors; tensor decomposition models for high-dimensional sparse
datasets; sparse tensor formats; software and algorithms for tensor
redistribution/transposition; compilers and automated software for
sparse tensor kernels; specialized hardware/microarchitecture designs
for sparse tensor algebra.

Submissions for posters are open. Some funding may become available
for student travel for participants from the US. Please see the
workshop website for further/updated information:
https://solomonik.cs.illinois.edu/tensor_workshop/index.html


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From: Dimitri Breda [log in to unmask]
Date: July 25, 2023
Subject: Delays and Structures in Dynamical Systems, Italy, Nov 2023

It is a pleasure to announce the CISM advanced school "Delays and
Structures in Dynamical Systems: Modeling, Analysis and Numerical
Methods", November 20-24 2023, Udine (Italy).

Info at https://www.cism.it/en/activities/courses/C2318/

Please, feel free to circulate among collaborators and students.


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From: Harbir Antil [log in to unmask]
Date: July 21, 2023
Subject: Mathematical Opportunities in Digital Twins, USA, Dec 2023

Mathematical Opportunities in Digital Twins (MATH-DT)
December 11-13, 2023
George Mason University, Mason Square, Arlington Campus
https://mathdt.science.gmu.edu/

Registration is free, but mandatory. We encourage you to register as
soon as possible. Please note that in addition to attending the
workshop, there are various opportunities for you to contribute, such
as poster/demo sessions.

Topics: Some of the broad topics that make Digital Twins feasible to
be covered under the workshop are: Modeling, Scientific Computing,
Machine Learning, Reduced Order Modeling, Randomized Methods,
Uncertainty Quantification, Optimization, and Control.

Format: The workshop consists of invited talks, poster sessions, demo
sessions, and two panels focusing on applications and program officers
from funding agencies.

Funding opportunities: Limited travel funding is available for
graduate students and postdocs from the US institutions. Please refer
to the registration link for more details.

Please let us know if there are any questions. We are looking forward
to having you at this workshop.


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From: Manuel Solano [log in to unmask]
Date: July 10, 2023
Subject: Numerical Analysis of PDEs, Chile, Jan 2024

WONAPDE 2024, Chile, Jan 2024

The Center for Research in Mathematical Engineering (CI2MA) of
Universidad de Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile, is organizing the
Seventh Chilean Workshop on Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential
Equations (WONAPDE 2024), to be held on January 15-19, 2024. The aim
of the workshop is to present recent developments in Numerical
Analysis of Partial Differential Equations.

Plenary Speakers:
- Fioralba Cakoni (Rutgers University, USA)
- Stefan Diehl (Lund University, Sweden)
- Paola Goatin (INRIA, France)
- Nilima Nigam (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
- Vanja Nikolic (Radboud University, The Netherlands)
- Ilaria Perugia (University of Vienna, Austria)
- Ricardo Ruiz-Baier (Monash University, Australia)
- Abner Salgado (University of Tennessee, USA)
- Ivan Yotov (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
- Sara Zahedi (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Deadlines:
- Call for New Minisymposia: August 30th, 2023.
- Submission of One-Page Abstract: September 30th, 2023.
- Application for Student Scholarships: September 30th, 2023.

Further information: http://www.ci2ma.udec.cl/wonapde2024



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From: Victoria Oles [log in to unmask]
Date: July 18, 2023
Subject: Mathematical Software Developer Position, PIPENET®

Sunrise Systems is expanding its technical team in order to meet the
demands of its international success. Our software product PIPENET is
the No.1 tool for fluid flow analysis and is an international standard
in the oil & gas, power and shipbuilding industries.

The dynamic modules of PIPENET solve sets of algebraic, ordinary and
partial differential equations. The steady state modules solve sets of
nonlinear algebraic equations.

Responsibilities: Development of numerical methods; Development of new
mathematical models; Implementing the above in PIPENET software;
Working with a dedicated team in developing a brand new product.

Requirements of candidates: Excellent foundation in mathematics;
Minimum of MSc degree in mathematics but PhD would be preferred;
Strong background in numerical methods; Programming experience;
Knowledge of engineering applications of mathematics would be an
advantage but not essential; Aptitude for technical software
development.

Benefits: Competitive salary; Private health insurance and ample free
parking included; Independent and creative work in a highly successful
international company; Focused and supportive team environment;
Opportunity to work in Cambridge, England; We are licensed by the
British government to employ foreign workers; Home working possible
but periodic presence in the office is mandatory.

How to apply: Please email your CV to [log in to unmask]

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From: Sarah Leigh Lederer [log in to unmask]
Date: August 07, 2023
Subject: Full Professor Position, Geometry/Optimization, Salzburg Univ

The Paris Lodron University Salzburg invites applications for a
position as a full professor in Geometry/Optimization at the
Department of Mathematics.

The Professorship for Geometry/Optimization should fully represent the
fields of geometry and optimization in teaching and research, and
establish an active research and teaching-intensive working group at
the department.The successful candidate is expected to be
internationally renowned in one of the specialist fields and have a
distinct profile in a current mathematical area of interest.

The application deadline is September 24, 2023.

The detailed announcement can be found here:
https://www.plus.ac.at/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/Prof-Mathematics-engl-Geometry_Optimization-1-1.pdf

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From: Marie Stöbe [log in to unmask]
Date: July 24, 2023
Subject: Research Assistant Position, WIAS, Berlin, Germany

The Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS)
is an institute of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB). The FVB
comprises seven non-university research institutes in Berlin which are
funded by the federal and state governments. The research institutes
belong to the Leibniz Association.  WIAS invites applications for a
Research Assistant Position (f/m/d) (Ref. 23/18) in the Research Group
"Partial Differential Equations" (Head: Prof. Dr. A. Mielke) starting
as soon as possible.

We are looking for: Applicants with a Ph.D. degree in mathematics (or
related fields). The Ph.D. should be completed or very close to
completion. The successful candidate will have an interest in applied
mathematics, especially applied analysis, and a strong background in
at least two of the following areas: analysis of nonlinear partial
differential equations, calculus of variations, functional analysis
and operator theory, mathematical modeling in the sciences.
Interdisciplinary interaction with researchers in the natural sciences
and engineering is expected, as well as cooperation in the acquisition
of external funding.

Scientific queries should be directed to Dr. M. Liero
([log in to unmask]). This is a full-time position and
initially limited to three years. The salary is according to the TVoD
scale.

Please upload complete application documents including cover letter,
curriculum vitae, certificates, and a copy of your Ph.D. thesis (or
relevant publications) as soon as possible via our online
job-application facility (https://short.sg/j/34058813) by 18.08.2023
using the button "Apply online" (https://short.sg/a/34058813).

See here for more information:
https://www.wias-berlin.de/jobs/index.jsp?lang=1
https://wias-berlin.softgarden.io/de/vacancies

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From: Anabel Terradillos [log in to unmask]
Date: July 31, 2023
Subject: Research Technician Position, ML and Game Theory, BCAM

Research Technician in supervised learning and game theory - IA4TES
project.  Basque Center for Applied Mathematics - BCAM is offering a
research technician position in supervised learning and game theory to
work with Santiago Mazuelas at Machine Learning research line. The
research technician will develop supervised learning techniques based
on a minimax approach. In particular, he/she will develop the learning
algorithms, implement them, test their performance, and analyze their
mathematical properties.

Contract: 1 year
Deadline: 8th September 2023
Applications at:
https://joboffers.bcamath.org/apply/ic2023-06-research-technician-in-supervised-learning-and-game-theory-ia4tes-project

Requirements: Promising young researchers Applicants must have their
Bachelor's or Master degree preferable in Mathematics or related
fields.

Skills: Good interpersonal skills.  Interest and disposition to work
in interdisciplinary groups.  Demonstrated ability to work
independently and as part of a collaborative research team.  Ability
to effectively communicate and present research ideas to researchers
and stakeholders with different backgrounds.  Fluency in spoken and
written English.

The preferred candidate will have: Strong background in mathematics.
Good programming skills, including some experience working with
Matlab.

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From: Anabel Terradillos [log in to unmask]
Date: July 31, 2023
Subject: Research Technician Position, Numerical Techniques for CFD, BCAM

Research Technician on Alternative Numerical Techniques for
Computational Fluid Dynamics.  Basque Center for Applied Mathematics -
BCAM is offering a research technician position in on alternative
numerical techniques for computational fluid dynamics to work with
Vincenzo Nava at MATHDES research line. The researcher will work in
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Reduced Order Methods, Surrogated
Models, Finite Elements and Finite Volumes

Contract: 1 year
Deadline: 8th September 2023
Applications at:
https://joboffers.bcamath.org/apply/ic2023-03-research-technician-on-alternative-numerical-techniques-for-computational-fluid-dynamics

Requirements: Promising young researchers Applicants must have their
Bachelors or Master degree preferable in Physics, Mathematics,
Civil/Mechanical/industrial Engineering, or related fields Possess of
PhD in the fields will be positively considered in the evaluation.

Skills: The preferred candidate will have: Background in Computational
Fluid Dynamics.  Background in Finite Element and Finite Volume
methods.  Background in Reduced Order Models (ROMs) and surrogated
models.  Good programming skills (bash, C++, Python &) Knowledge of
Linux OS.  Interest and disposition to work in interdisciplinary
groups.

The candidate would preferably be in possess of: Experience of using
OpenFOAM.

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From: Anabel Terradillos [log in to unmask]
Date: July 31, 2023
Subject: Research Technician Position, Statistical Analysis, BCAM

Research Technician in Statistical analysis of anomalous diffusion in
living systems -BMTF Basque Center for Applied Mathematics - BCAM is
offering a research technician position in statistical analysis of
anomalous diffusion in living systems to work with Gianni Pagnini at
Statistical Physics research line. The researcher will work in Data
Analysis for Anomalous Diffusion in Biological Media

Contract: 1 year
Deadline: 8th September 2023
Applications at:
https://joboffers.bcamath.org/apply/ic2023-05-research-technician-in-statistical-analysis-of-anomalous-diffusion-in-living-systems-bmtf

Requirements: M.Sc. or B.Sc. degree in Physics, Biology, Pharmacy and
Health Sciences, or Computer Science and Intelligent Systems, that are
focused on experimental measurements and/or data analysis.

Skills: Good interpersonal skills.  Interest and disposition to work
in interdisciplinary groups.  Demonstrated ability to work
independently and as part of a collaborative research team.  Ability
to effectively communicate and present research ideas to researchers
and stakeholders with different backgrounds.  Fluency in spoken and
written English.

The preferred candidate will have: Experience with acquisition and/or
data analysis.  Solid programming skills in computational modelling
and software tools for data analysis.  Experience with diffusion in
complex or biological media (e.g., intracellular endosomes).


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From: Anabel Terradillos [log in to unmask]
Date: July 31, 2023
Subject: Research Technician, Position, Applied ML, BCAM

Research Technician in Applied Machine Learning

Basque Center for Applied Mathematics - BCAM is offering a research
technician position in applied machine learning to work with Aritz
Perez at Machile Learning research line. As a Research Technician,
your main responsibilities will revolve around programming, scientific
writing, literature review, and training. You will collaborate closely
with the research team, utilizing your programming skills in Python to
implement machine learning algorithms and analyze data. Additionally,
you will engage in comprehensive literature reviews by reading and
analyzing scientific papers, staying up-todate with the latest
advancements in the field. Continuous learning and skill development
through training programs will be essential, providing you with the
opportunity to start a rewarding research career. Your ability to
produce well-structured scientific texts, including research papers
and reports, will be crucial. Furthermore, you may occasionally
contribute to smallscale Spanish reports for applied projects. This
multifaceted role will provide you with valuable experience in various
aspects of research and development in the field of machine learning,
setting a solid foundation for your future in the research community.

Contract: 1 year
Deadline: 8th September 2023
Applications at:
https://joboffers.bcamath.org/apply/ic2023-07-research-technician-in-applied-machine-learning

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, Physics, Computer
Science, or Engineering.  Strong programming skills in Python for
machine learning applications.  Proficiency in formal scientific
writing in English.  A master's degree in machine learning or a
related field is highly valued.

Skills: The preferred candidate will have: Background in Computational
Fluid Dynamics.  Background in Finite Element and Finite Volume
methods.  Background in Reduced Order Models (ROMs) and surrogated
models.  Good programming skills (bash, C++, Python &) Knowledge of
Linux OS.  Interest and disposition to work in interdisciplinary
groups.

The candidate would preferably be in possess of: Experience of using
OpenFOAM.

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From: thurid [log in to unmask]
Date: July 12, 2023
Subject:  Postdoc Position, Mathematics, Univ Graz:, Austria

The Institute of Mathematics and Scientific Computing is looking for a
University assistant with doctorate (m/f/d), 40 hours a week,
fixed-term employment for 4 years*, position to be filled as of
18.12.2023.

Your duties: Research in the field of pure mathematics with emphasis
on commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, or representation theory;
Collaboration in third-party funded projects; Independent teaching of
courses in the field of mathematics, supervision of students and
holding of examinations; Participation in organizational and
administrative matters; Student support and supervision; Cooperation
on organisational and administrative tasks as well as evaluation
measures.

Your Profile: Completed doctorate/PhD in the field of Mathematics; A
strong background in one or more of the following areas: commutative
algebra, algebraic geometry, representation theory. In particular
desirable is expertise in singularity theory, Cohen-Macaulay
representation theory, or cluster algebras/categories; Ability for
integration into the institute's research profile and in particular
into cooperation projects; Ability to teach in German or English
(German is highly desirable); Excellent command of written and spoken
English; Capacity for teamwork, organizational talent and ability to
communicate.

link to the job offer:
https://jobs.uni-graz.at/ausschreibung/en/?jh=fi45o8micop89id9k124tkccr8gd3fn

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From: Zichao Wendy Di [log in to unmask]
Date: July 24, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Fellowship Position, Scientific Computing, Argonne NL

The Mathematics and Computer Science Division of Argonne National
Laboratory invites outstanding candidates to apply for the 2024 J.H.
Wilkinson Postdoctoral Fellowship in Scientific Computing. The
Wilkinson Fellowship is intended to encourage early-career scientists
actively engaged in state-of-the-art research in scientific
computing. The fellowship provides an exceptional opportunity for
innovative research in computational mathematics and scientific
computing on advanced computing architectures.

Areas of interest span the applied mathematics, scientific computing
and computational sciences and include algorithmic differentiation,
computational fluid dynamics, data assimilation, data science,
discretization, linear algebra, machine learning, meshing, modeling
and simulation, solvers, multifidelity/ multilevel/ multiphysics/
multiscale algorithms, quantum computing, operations research,
optimization, statistics, stochastic systems, and uncertainty
quantification. Additional areas of interest in applied mathematics,
numerical software, and statistics can be found at
https://www.anl.gov/mcs/lans.

We value and strive for diversity in backgrounds, experiences, and
perspectives. The appointment is for one year and may be renewed for
another year. For full consideration, applications and letters should
be submitted by December 1, 2023. For more details and to apply, see
https://argonne.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Argonne_Careers/job/Lemont-IL-USA/Wilkinson-Postdoctoral-Fellowship-in-Scientific-Computing_416173.

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From: Esmond G. Ng [log in to unmask]
Date: August 10, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Fellowship Positions, Berkeley Lab

Berkeley Lab is now accepting applications for the 2024 Luis
W. Alvarez Postdoctoral Fellowship and the 2024 Admiral Grace Hopper
Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Computing Sciences Area.

Apply now for these two prestigious fellowships! Researchers in
computer science, mathematics, data science, or any computational
science discipline who have received their Ph.D. within the last three
years (i.e., no earlier than January 1, 2021 and no later than
September 30, 2024) are encouraged to apply. The successful applicants
will receive a competitive salary, professional travel allowance,
relocation assistance, excellent benefits, and an opportunity to work
in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since its founding in 2002, the Luis
W. Alvarez Fellowship has cultivated exceptional young scientists who
have gone on to make outstanding contributions to computational and
computing sciences. The Admiral Grace Hopper Fellowship was
established in 2015.

Additional information on the Luis W. Alvarez Postdoctoral Fellowship
and the Admiral Grace Hopper Postdoctoral Fellowship can be found at
https://cs.lbl.gov/careers/computing-fellowships/.

Berkeley Lab's Computing Sciences Area researches, develops, and
deploys new tools and technologies to meet these needs and to advance
research in our core capabilities of computer science, mathematics,
data science, and computational science. In addition to fundamental
advances in our core capabilities, we impact such areas as materials
science, chemistry, biology, astrophysics, climate change, combustion,
and fusion energy. Research areas in Computing Sciences include but
are not limited to: developing scientific applications and software
technologies for extreme-scale and energy-efficient computing;
developing mathematical modeling for complex scientific problems;
designing algorithms to improve the performance of scientific
applications; researching digital and post- digital computer
architectures for science; developing and advancing extreme-scale
scientific data management, analysis, and visualization; developing
and advancing next-generation machine learning, AI, and data science
approaches for science; advancing quantum computing and networking
technologies, software, algorithms and applications; evaluating or
developing new and promising HPC systems and networking technologies;
researching methods to control and manage next-generation networks;
and managing scientific data and workflows in distributed environments

Application Process: For consideration applications are due October 2,
2023. Details of the application process can be found by search for
job 99672 at https://jobs.lbl.gov/.

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From: Anabel Terradillos [log in to unmask]
Date: July 31, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Advanced Statistical and AI Methods

Postdoctoral position in Advanced statistical and Artificial
Intelligence methods for Data Analysis

Basque Center for Applied Mathematics - BCAM is offering a
postdoctoral position in advanced statistical and artificial
intelligence methods for data analysis to apply the existing
methodology to complex sampling survey data. To collaborate with a
multidisciplinary team in the development of statistical methodology
for modeling data with complex structures& To incorporate the obtained
statistical methods in Neural Network models. To develop and validate
prediction models in the biological, agricultural, health, and energy
fields. The research will join MATHDES research line to work with
David Pardo and Irantzu Barrio.


Contract: 1 year
Deadline: 8th September 2023
Applications at:
https://joboffers.bcamath.org/apply/ic2023-07-postdoctoral-position-in-advanced-statistical-and-artificial-intelligence-methods-for-data-analysis

Requirements: Promising young researchers.  PhD in Statistics,
Mathematics or related field.  Applicants must have completed their
PhD before the contract starts.

Skills: Good interpersonal skills.  A proven track record in quality
research, as evidenced by research publications in top scientific
journals and conferences.  Demonstrated ability to work independently
and as part of a collaborative research team.  Ability to present and
publish research outcomes in spoken (talks) and written (papers) form.
Ability to effectively communicate and present research ideas to
researchers and stakeholders with different backgrounds.  Fluency in
spoken and written English.

The preferred candidate will have: Strong background in
mathematics/probability/statistics.  Background in statistical
modeling and inference.  Knowledge in semiparametric and nonparametric
regression techniques, mixed-effects and longitudinal models, and
spatio-temporal data analysis. Solid programming skills in R.
Knowledge in High-throughput phenotyping analysis is desired Interest
and disposition to work in interdisciplinary groups.

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From: Prof. Serafim Kalliadasis [log in to unmask]
Date: August 14, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Fluctuating Hydrodynamics, UK

Our group is seeking to fill a postdoctoral research associate
position in Fluctuating Hydrodynamics of Nonequilibrium Systems -
applications are invited by highly talented researchers of outstanding
ability. The position is part of the ERC Advanced Grant "Machine-Aided
General Framework for Fluctuating Dynamic Density Functional Theory
(MAGFFDDFT)".  The overarching objective is the development of a
generic theoretical- numerical framework aided by machine learning
that would allow us to obtain rationally and systematically optimal
low-dimensional general laws governing the dynamics of observables,
which in turn can be used for the accurate and efficient analysis of
classical fluids, and complex multiscale systems in general, in far
from equilibrium conditions.

Your work will be primarily theoretical aiming at the development of
new models from first principles but also exploring the mathematical
structure of the theory.  You should have (or about to receive) a PhD
in Applied Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, or other related field,
and a strong foundation and proven record in mathematical techniques
(analytical, numerical) and general mathematical modelling. Given the
technical complexity of the research, you should have strong
problem-solving skills.  Experience or good knowledge with some or all
of the following areas is highly desirable: applied analysis of
PDEs/SPDEs, stochastic processes, mode reduction and coarse graining
for SPDEs, and physics, especially fluid dynamics, statistical physics
and quantum field theory.

The post offers a unique opportunity to be part of a world-class
research environment at Imperial College. 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.

You can start immediately.  The post is available for 36 months in the
first instance, with the possibility of extension subject to research
funding. It is based in the Department of Chemical Engineering at
Imperial College London (South Kensington Campus).

Informal enquiries about the post can be made to Professor Serafim
Kalliadasis ([log in to unmask]) or Dr. Miguel A. Duran-
Olivencia ([log in to unmask]).

To apply, please visit our website: Complex Multiscale Systems |
Research groups | Imperial College London. Candidates will need to
complete an online application. For any queries about the application
process, or if you are unable to apply online, please contact Mrs
Sneha Saunders ([log in to unmask]).

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From: Giovanni Samaey [log in to unmask]
Date: July 12, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Hybrid PDE/Monte-Carlo Methods

NUMA is a research division within the Department of Computer Science
of KU Leuven, with 15 permanent staff members and approximately 40 PhD
and postdoctoral researchers. NUMA (Numerical Analysis and Applied
Mathematics) develops numerical algorithms and software for
large-scale problems in science and engineering. Its research ranges
from algorithm design and analysis to software implementation and
applications in other scientific and engineering domains.

This position fits within an ongoing EuroFusion project on Theory,
Simulation, Verification and Validation (TSVV) of the neutral gas
module for plasma edge simulations. This project aims at developing
and implementing numerical methods that correct the approximate
macroscopic models in the high-collisional limit by a Monte Carlo
simulation of a limited number of kinetic particles. In particular, we
will develop multilevel asymptotic-preserving Monte Carlo particle
methods that gradually transition from fully kinetic to fully fluid
when adjusting the time step. The main algorithmic challenges in this
context are the development of appropriate source term estimation
procedures and boundary conditions for particles near the divertor.
The research will be carried out in an international team of numerical
analysts at NUMA, and fits within a long-standing and fruitful
collaboration with the fusion energy team at the Department of
Mechanical Engineering, led by professor Martine Baelmans.

Profile: Candidates must hold a PhD in Mathematical Engineering or
High Performance Computing (or equivalent).  Candidates should have a
solid background in programming of scientific software and/or
high-performance computing.  Candidates should have experience in
computational mathematics (e.g., numerical methods for differential
equations, simulation of stochastic processes and/or optimization).
Specific experience in simulation of Boltzmann-type kinetic equations
and/or fusion energy simulation is a strong asset.  Excellent
proficiency in English is required, as well as good communication
skills, both oral and written.

Offer: The position can start on January 1, 2024. Funding is secured
for two years, and an extension for two more years is likely.  A
high-level and exciting international research environment.  A
supportive and collaborative team in which you can develop know-how
and expertise in state-of-the-art simulation methods.  The opportunity
to build up research and innovation skills that are essential for a
future career in research and development, both in an industrial and
academic context.  The opportunity to gradually build up a leading
role within the team, including joint supervision of master and PhD
researchers with the PI.  A competitive salary.

Submit your application via
https://www.kuleuven.be/personeel/jobsite/jobs/60237402, including a
letter of motivation with a statement of skills and research
interests, a curriculum vitae, university diploma copies and
transcripts, and names and contact information of 1-2 references.

Applications will be considered as soon as they are received, and the
opening will be closed as soon as a suitable candidate is hired. The
formal application deadline is September 30, 2023.

For more information please contact Prof. dr. ir. Giovanni Samaey,
tel.: +32 16 32 7558, mail: [log in to unmask]

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From: Prof. Serafim Kalliadasis [log in to unmask]
Date: August 14, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Machine Learning of Nonequilibrium Processes

Our group is seeking to fill a postdoctoral research associate
position in Machine Learning of Nonequilibrium Processes -
applications are invited by highly talented researchers of outstanding
ability. The position is part of the ERC Advanced Grant "Machine-Aided
General Framework for Fluctuating Dynamic Density Functional Theory
(MAGFFDDFT)".  The overarching objective is the development of a
generic theoretical- numerical framework aided by machine learning
(ML) that would allow us to obtain rationally and systematically
optimal low-dimensional general laws governing the dynamics of
observables, which in turn can be used for the accurate and efficient
analysis of classical fluids, and complex multiscale systems in
general, in far from equilibrium conditions.

Your work will be primarily computational focusing on physics-informed
ML, in particular coupling the parallel theoretical developments in
the project with ML.  You should have (or about to receive) a PhD in
Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Computational Science &
Engineering, Engineering, Physics, or other related field, and a
strong foundation and proven record in scientific computing and
numerical methods. Given the technical complexity of the research, you
should have strong problem- solving skills.  Experience or good
knowledge with some or all of the following areas is highly desirable:
numerical and applied analysis of partial differential equations
(PDEs)/stochastic PDEs, stochastic processes, and physics, especially
fluid dynamics and statistical physics.

The post offers a unique opportunity to be part of a world-class
research environment at Imperial College. 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.

You can start immediately.  The post is available for 24 months in the
first instance, with the possibility of extension subject to research
funding. It is based in the Department of Chemical Engineering at
Imperial College London (South Kensington Campus).

Informal enquiries about the post can be made to Professor Serafim
Kalliadasis ([log in to unmask]) or Dr. Miguel A. Duran-
Olivencia ([log in to unmask]).

To apply, please visit our group website: Complex Multiscale Systems |
Research groups | Imperial College London. Candidates will need to
complete an online application. For any queries about the application
process, or if you are unable to apply online, please contact Mrs
Sneha Saunders ([log in to unmask]).

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From: Stuart Hawkins [log in to unmask]
Date: July 14, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Macquarie Univ

We invite applications for a postdoctoral position in the general area
of advanced methods for forward and inverse wave propagation
modelling, including uncertainty quantification, Bayesian inference,
machine learning algorithms and high performance computational
mathematics.

The postdoctoral position is for a period of two years, funded by an
Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant received by the
Chief Investigator Dr. Stuart Hawkins and Partner Investigator
Prof. Mahadevan Ganesh.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in computational mathematics, applied
mathematics, or a closely related field.

More information and instructions on how to apply can be found at
https://mq.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/CareersatMQ/job/Wallumattagal-Campus-North-Ryde/Research-Fellow_R000011982-1

The closing date for applications is 27th August 2023.

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From: Anabel Terradillos [log in to unmask]
Date: July 31, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Mathematics, BCAM

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Mathematics of Quantum Many-Body Problems
and Quantum Information Science

Basque Center for Applied Mathematics - BCAM is offering a
postdoctoral position in mathematics of quantum many-body problems and
quantum information science to work with Jean-Bernard Bru and Mikel
Sanz in Quantum Mechanics research line. The research will work on
Mathematics of Quantum Many-Body Problems and Quantum Information
Science.

Contract: 3 years
Deadline: 1st October 2023
Applications at:
https://joboffers.bcamath.org/apply/ic2023-06-postdoctoral-fellowship-in-mathematics-of-quantum-many-body-problems-and-quantum-information-science

Requirements: Promising young researchers.  Applicants must have
completed their PhD before the contract starts.  The post holder will
not be required to do any teaching but if desired he/she can deliver
short courses, of his/her choice, at Ph.D. level. Also, if desired,
he/she can be involved in the supervision of graduate/master students.
Involvement in dissemination and the organization of scientific events
is desirable.  The candidates, especially if they are senior, should
be prepared to apply for some research grant/position or project such
as Juan de la Cierva, ERC starting grant, or postdoctoral fellowships
within the Marie SkBodowska-Curie Actions.

Skills: Good interpersonal skills.  A proven track record in quality
research, as evidenced by research publications in top scientific
journals and conferences.  Demonstrated ability to work independently
and as part of a collaborative research team.  Ability to present and
publish research outcomes in spoken (talks) and written (papers) form.
Ability to effectively communicate and present research ideas to
researchers and stakeholders with different backgrounds.  Fluency in
spoken and written English.

The preferred candidate will have one of these two scientific
backgrounds:
1. Research experience and interest in mathematical studies of quantum
many-body problems (fermionic and bosonic cases). Knowledge of
functional and convex analysis, operator algebra and quantum
statistical mechanics. Note that a very good knowledge of the
C*-algebra approach to quantum statistical mechanics (CAR and CCR
algebras) would be in particular strongly appreciated.
2. Background in mathematical aspects of MPS and tensor networks and
quantum channels/CPTP maps, functional analysis, matrix analysis, and
similar. Otherwise, experience in quantum algorithms especially for
the simulation of manybody systems in NISQ devices and quantum
complexity theory.

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From: Jakub Sistek [log in to unmask]
Date: August 08, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Mathematics, Czech Republic

There is an open 2-year postdoc position at the Institute of
Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague, see
https://application.math.cas.cz/Positions.html#page=CALL_LIST The
deadline for applications is August 20, 2023, while the successful
candidate is expected to start from January 2024.

The position is open for applicants from all fields of
mathematics. However, we particularly welcome strong candidates
interested in numerical analysis to join the Department of
Constructive Methods of Mathematical Analysis, which has a long
tradition of excellent research in this area. The topics may include
those already studied at the Institute such as domain decomposition
methods, high-performance computing, numerical linear algebra, finite
element methods, and error estimates. However, complementary topics in
numerical analysis and HPC are also welcome. The position is not
associated with a particular project and gives the successful
candidate the option to carry on research in his/her own direction.

Located in the heart of Europe, Prague is well-known for its historic
city centre, which is within walking distance from the offices of the
Institute.

Informal enquiries to Jakub Sistek ([log in to unmask]).

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From: Jose A Cuminato [log in to unmask]
Date: August 11, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Numerical Simulation of Biomedical Devices, Brazil

Numerical modeling of biomedical devices used in the treatment of
cardiovascular pathologies

The Institute of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, University of Sao
Paulo, invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in the area
of Computational Fluid Dynamics. The research aims to evaluate fluid
flow in extracorporeal ventricular assist devices and valves using
numerical simulations. The problem settings require the treatment of
geometric nonlinearities and fluid-structure interaction. In this
research, it will be necessary to create a model to represent the
nonlinear contact between highly flexible surfaces, which tend to
suffer instabilities, being necessary to establish a runtime mesh
update algorithm (remeshing).  with the use of moving meshes (based on
the ALE technique).  The work will be conducted in partnership with
the Bioengineering Laboratory of the Instituto do Coracao (Incor),
University of Sao Paulo, and the Department of Structures, Unicamp.

This project is suitable for a candidate with the following profile:
Bachelor's degree in the fields of engineering; PhD in the area of
Computational Mechanics involving fluid-structure interaction; Strong
motivation and willingness to work with multidisciplinary team; Proven
experience in studies, simulation and numerical modeling; It is
desirable the candidate has experience with commercial finite element
software (preferably the ANSYS package).

To apply send a CV and if possible one recommendation letter to
[log in to unmask] until 30/09/2023.

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From: Chris Newman [log in to unmask]
Date: August 02, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Phasefield Modeling, Los Alamos NL

The Fluid Mechanics and Solid Mechanics group (T-3) of the Theoretical
Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory is seeking a highly
motivated and productive postdoctoral candidate to develop and/or
enhance phase-field models of solidification in metals and alloys
including microstructure evolution, grain evolution and segregation
physics, with a focus on large-scale simulation on emerging exascale
architectures. In addition to theory development, the successful
candidate will also perform numerical implementation and algorithm
development within existing finite element codes. Collaboration with
experimentalists will help bolster calibration and validation of new
models and enhancements. A successful applicant will engage in
frequent communication of accomplishments with the primary mentor,
contribute knowledge in technical dqiscussions, fulfill technical
goals, and satisfy required deliverables, such as codes, models, and
expertise in the form of LANL reports, peer-reviewed publications,
presentations, and software; and will agree to and follow LANL safety
and security procedures.

The ideal candidate has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace
Engineering, Materials Science, Civil Engineering, Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics, or closely related field. Knowledge and/or experience in
the following topics: Additive manufacturing, casting and
manufacturing processes; Experience in C/C++, MPI, Trilinos, Kokkos,
CUDA, HIP/ROCm or any other programming languages and software used
for large-scale parallel, scientific application; Excellent written
and oral communication skills; Experience in phase-field modeling;
Numerical algorithm development for parallel applications on HPC and
emerging architectures; Finite element methods, implicit time
integration, linear and nonlinear solvers; Ability to work in a
multi-disciplinary team setting; Strong evidence of peer-reviewed
journal publications and conference presentations; Experience with
Machine Learning methodologies.

Further information and details how to apply:
https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/phasefield-modeling-postdoctoral-research-associate/e50b3e11-40b8-4388-9656-d0339d0ffee6

If you are interested in the position or have any questions please
contact Chris Newman: [log in to unmask]

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From: Chiara Sorgentone [log in to unmask]
Date: July 27, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Sapienza Univ of Rome, Italy

The Department of Basic and Applied Sciences for Engineering at
Sapienza University of Rome is looking for a post-doctoral researcher
in numerical analysis. The project will focus on boundary integral
methods for Stokes flow.

In recent years, the boundary integral method (BIM) has proved itself
to be a valuable tool for the solution of many physical and
engineering problems.  One of the main advantage of this approach is
that the equations are defined only at the boundary, which then plays
a key role. We are interested in those problems with large surface to
volume ratio, where the dynamic at the interface is very important and
it is then natural to consider integral equations. The project will
focus on how electric fields can affect the dynamics of drops: this
effect is studied with the Leaky Dielectric model, that we solve using
a BIM, that is also used to solve the Stokes equations. Special
attention will be spent for dealing with non-smooth surfaces.

For further information, please contact Chiara Sorgentone at
[log in to unmask]

For full details about the position and to apply, visit:
https://web.uniroma1.it/trasparenza/dettaglio_bando_albo/207210/2023-08-24T00%3A00%3A00

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From: Maria Fernanda Marreta [log in to unmask]
Date: July 18, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Social Sciences and Data Science

The thematic project "Criminality, Insecurity, and Legitimacy: a
transdisciplinary approach" opens a post-doctoral research position
for researchers interested in collaborating in the interface between
social sciences and data science.

The project, funded by Fapesp, aims at advancing state-of-the-art
research in crime data analysis, being a collaboration between
ICMC/USP, NEV/USP, Unesp, and UFAL, Brazil. The post-doc will be
hosted in Sao Carlos/SP, Brazil.

Curiosity, creativity, and collaborative work capabilities are the
personal skills we target. A PhD in computer science, applied
mathematics, or related fields is required, with demonstrated
high-quality publications, programming skills, and a solid background
in data science and machine learning. Candidates must have obtained
the PhD in the last 7 years. Fluency in English is mandatory.

Fapesp provides financial support with a monthly salary of R$ 9,047.40
(about U$ 1,870.00). Financial support to cover the move to Sao Carlos
- Brazil, to attend conferences, and to purchase research-related
equipment is also provided. The position is initially for one year,
but it can be extended to an extra year.

Submit your application, consisting of a cover letter, curriculum
vitae (with full publication record), and two reference letters by
email to Dr. Luis Gustavo Nonato - [log in to unmask] - (PDF files
only) by September 30th, 2023.

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From: Leon Bungert [log in to unmask]
Date: August 11, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, Theory of ML, Univ of Wurzburg

The professorship Mathematics of Machine Learning at the Institute of
Mathematics of the Julius-Maximilians-University Wurzburg announces a
position as postdoctoral researcher with a starting date of October 1,
2023, or later.

This full-time position is initially limited to three years, with the
possibility of extension. The competitive annual gross salary of
approximately 52k Euro follows the German TV-L (E13) scale. The
responsibilities of the position include active participation in the
research projects of the chair, individual academic qualifications, as
well as enthusiastic involvement in teaching. Proficiency in German or
the willingness to learn and teach in German is advantageous. An
intense interest in research questions within the field of
mathematical theory of machine learning is expected.  This may include
topics such as robust optimization, semi-supervised learning with
graphs, and the stability of neural networks against adversarial
attacks. Moreover, the applicant possesses strengths in mathematical
areas such as partial differential equations, calculus of variations,
optimization, numerical analysis, or statistics.

The University of Wurzburg is committed to increasing the proportion
of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages
qualified female scientists to apply. Applicants with disabilities who
are otherwise equally qualified will be given preferential
consideration. The successful applicant should hold their PhD diploma
at the start of the contract.

Please submit your application with the usual documents (especially
cover letter, curriculum vitae, list of publications, certificates) as
a single PDF file to:

Prof. Dr. Leon Bungert
[log in to unmask]

We look forward to receiving your application by August 31, 2023.
Applications received later will be considered until the position is
filled.

Job advertisement:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iD8xu0X_2vHxcB3WG-OFRSaMnBZIRSDU/view

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From: Marie Stöbe [log in to unmask]
Date: August 17, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Position, WIAS, Germany

The Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS)
is an institute of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB). The FVB
comprises seven non-university research institutes in Berlin which are
funded by the federal and state governments. The research institutes
belong to the Leibniz Association.

WIAS cordially invites applications within the Iris Runge Postdoctoral
Program (Ref. 23/21).  The Weierstrass Institute dedicates itself to
mathematical research in applied analysis, stochastics and numerical
methods, as well as the development of algorithms and scientific
software.

As part of its recruitment strategy, WIAS has founded the Iris Runge
Postdoctoral Program
(https://www.wias-berlin.de/about/GS/IRunge/postdoc/index.jsp) in
order to foster the careers of early-stage female postdocs. The
program envisions to provide an ideal framework allowing candidates to
develop their own research scope and to mature towards outstanding
research personalities with growing international visibility.

Application details:
We are inviting applications by candidates in their early postdoctoral
phase, i.e., a maximum 3 years after completion of their doctorate, with
an excellent PhD thesis related to one of the scientific fields of work at
WIAS. If the degree was obtained more than 3 years ago, applications
are not excluded, however, candidates are kindly requested to elucidate
why their career is still to be considered to be in an early postdoctoral
phase and thus fitting this program. Periods of parental leave or times of
care work are e.g. taken into account.

Applicants are requested to provide a motivation letter naming two
research groups at WIAS in which they would like to work (and briefly
substantiate their choices) and to arrange two recommendation letters
to be sent directly to WIAS (to the Human Resource department at
[log in to unmask]) no later than the application deadline mentioned
below.

Technical queries should be directed to Dr. Eleanor Eife-Horn, WIAS
Head of Administration ([log in to unmask]).

Please upload your complete application documents including motivation
letter, curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and transcripts via
our online job-application facility (https://short.sg/j/34771379) by
30.09.2023 using the button "Apply online"
(https://short.sg/a/34771379). We kindly ask candidates to arrange for
two recommendation letters to arrive at [log in to unmask] no later
than that deadline for the applications to be considered.

See here for more information:
https://www.wias-berlin.de/jobs/index.jsp?lang=1
https://wias-berlin.softgarden.io/de/vacancies

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From: Roman Hatzky [log in to unmask]
Date: July 17, 2023
Subject: Postdoc Positions, HPC, MPI for Plasma Physics

On behalf of the European Fusion Community the Max-Planck Institute
for Plasma Physics (IPP) offers an opportunity to participate in a
group for the high level support of European code developments for
magnetic fusion related plasma physics and material modelling. Experts
in high performance computing (HPC) are invited to apply for three
positions in this group.

More information can be found under the code number 23/045 at:
https://www.ipp.mpg.de/job-70da18bf512044253624a34849587a36?c=17953

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From: Balázs Kovács [log in to unmask]
Date: July 31, 2023
Subject: PhD and Postdoc Positions, NA, Paderborn Univ

We are currently seeking to recruit highly motivated Doctoral
Researchers / Postdocs (m/f/d - 75 - 100 %) at Paderborn in the
research group of Balazs Kovacs.  The position will focus on numerical
analysis for partial differential equations (e.g. PDEs on surfaces and
geometric flows), time discretisations (e.g. PDEs with dynamic
boundary conditions), numerics for elasticity problems.

The full announcement can be found at:
https://math.uni-paderborn.de/fileadmin-eim/mathematik/Stellenausschreibungen/Kennziffer5953_Kovacs_English.pdf

The remuneration is based on the wage agreement of the civil service
in TV-L E13 (75-100%). Funds for travel and guests are available
through the chair. Contract duration is 3 years with a possibility of
extension.

Applications should include a cover letter (including motivation for
applying to this position), a CV (including publication list), a copy
of the applicant's master/PhD thesis and transcripts (all collated in
a single pdf file), according to the full announcement.

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From: Markus Bause [log in to unmask]
Date: July 15, 2023
Subject: PhD/Postdoc Position, Numerical PDEs, Hamburg

The "Numerical Mathematics" group at the Helmut Schmidt University
Hamburg is currently seeking a (post-)doctoral researcher (f/m/d -
100%).  This employment includes both research and teaching in German
language. The salary is on German level 13 TVoD in science.  The
position is initially limited to three years.

A strong background is expected in numerical methods for partial
differential equations including programming skills. Candidates must
have obtained an M.Sc. in mathematics or a related subject preceding
the start date of appointment.

Further information and details how to apply:
https://www.hsu-hh.de/karriere/

Contact: Markus Bause [log in to unmask]

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From: Min Hadler [log in to unmask]
Date: July 24, 2023
Subject: Postdoc and PhD Positions, Mathematics, Univ of Vienna

Post Doc and Doctorate Research Research Positions

Within the FWF-funded International Project "New Inverse Problems in
Superresolution Microscopy", we offer a Post Doc Research Position, 3
years at the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Viennai

We also off a Doctorate Research Position (2 years with a possible
extension of up to 4 years) at the Faculty of Mathematics, University
of Vienna

https://www.csc.univie.ac.at/

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From: Sebastian Sager [log in to unmask]
Date: July 13, 2023
Subject: Postdoc and PhD Positions, Optimization, Germany

There are several open positions to be filled at the Institute of
Mathematical Optimization at Otto-von-Guericke Universitat Magdeburg,
Germany. Depending on scientific interests each position will be
linked either to the group of Prof. Volker Kaibel [1] or of
Prof. Sebastian Sager [2]. The research of the institute covers a wide
spectrum in continuous and discrete optimization, involving polyhedral
combinatorics, scientific machine learning, and optimal control. All
positions will be offered for at least three years and come with a
competetive salary.

In particular, a PostDoc position shall be associated with the DFG
Research Training Group 2297 "Mathematical Complexity Reduction"
[3]. It offers manifold possibilities for independent research and
networking, no teaching obligations but teaching opportunities, and a
runtime of at least 3 years possibly with a follow-up tenure option.
Female candidates are especially encouraged to apply. The
qualification goal is a move towards a permanent professor position
(see [4] for academic success stories of former MathCoRe
PostDocs). For this position, the research interests should be related
to complexity reduction.

Candidates for PhD positions may also address other optimization-
related topics, such as modeling and algorithm design stimulated by
applications in sustainable chemical engineering or medicine. A
requisite is an excellent Masters degree in mathematics or a closely
related field with a strong emphasis on optimization or control theory
and practice.

We encourage you to send an email to [log in to unmask] and/or
[log in to unmask] with further inquiries or an application with a
motivation letter and a CV before August 31, 2023.

Thank you for forwarding and sorry for multiple postings.

[1] https://www.math.uni-magdeburg.de/institute/imo/ag_kaibel/
[2] https://mathopt.de
[3] https://www.mathcore.ovgu.de.
[4] https://www.mathcore.ovgu.de/index.php?show=joinus_successstories

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From: Cong Shi [log in to unmask]
Date: August 02, 2023
Subject: Doctorate Research Position, RICAM Linz, Austria

Within the FWF-funded Hertha-Firnberg-Programm Photoacoustic
Tomography: Analysis and Numerics, we offer a

Doctorate Research Position (20 Months with a extension of up to 4
years) at Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied
Mathematics of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Linz)

The position is available from August 15th, 2023. The duties concern
research in inverse problems related to photoacoustic tomography,
regularization methods and mathematical modeling. Publications in high
quality journals, networking with partners in applied sciences is
desired. The salary is as suggested by the FWF according to a
doctorate position. The working load for the project is 30 hours per
week.

Candidates have a MSc degree (or equivalent) in Mathematics or a
closely related field and have an interest in interdisciplinary
mathematics. They are open minded, active, and have a good command of
the English and/or German language. Applications (including letter of
motivation, curriculum vitae, copies of academic certificates, and a
letter of recommendation) and inquiries on the position should be send
to: [log in to unmask]

The Inverse Problems and Mathematical Imaging group is a research
group, headed by Prof. Otmar Scherzer. The particular research topics
are Geometrical Modeling for Image Analysis, Coupled Physics Imaging,
Regularization methods for Image Analysis, Inverse Problems and
Learning, and Inverse Scattering.  More information can be found on
https://www.oeaw.ac.at/ricam/research/groups/group-scherzer.

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From: Elisabeth Hager [log in to unmask]
Date: August 02, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, Applied Mathematics, Austria

Open Position - Call for Application for a PhD Position at the
Industrial Mathematics Institute of the Johannes Kepler University
Linz within the Special Research Program (SFB) "Tomography Across the
Scales" (https://tomography.univie.ac.at/).  We invite application for
a doctoral position in Applied Mathematics with a focus on Applied
Mathematics, Inverse Problems and Programming. We are looking for an
ambitious PhD student holding a master degree in Mathematics or in a
closely related field.

The position is based on regular working contracts including social
security, starting from 1.10.2023 at the earliest. Remuneration is
based on the salary scheme of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF,
https://www.fwf.ac.at/de/forschungsfoerderung/personalkostensaetze).

Your application should be written in English and sent by e-mail to
Elisabeth Hager, containing a single pdf file as attachment with the
curriculum vitae, copies of a master certificate, or equivalent, a
study track record, optional: recommendation letters, a statement of
the scientific interests related to the offered project.

Applications can be submitted anytime. The selection process starts in
September 2023.  We encourage in particular applications by female
candidates.  Questions on the projects: Prof. Ronny Ramlau
(https://www.indmath.uni-linz.ac.at/index.php/members/39-ronny-ramlau)
Send your application to Elisabeth Hager,
[log in to unmask]

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From: Andreas Rupp [log in to unmask]
Date: August 13, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, Applied Mathematics, LUT Univ, Finland

The LUT School of Engineering Sciences is offering a fully funded
doctoral student (junior researcher) position.

The position is connected to the Systems and Engineering Science
Doctorate (SEED) program, which is a European MSCA program running
from 2023 to 2028. The program will train 13 highly skilled doctoral
candidates (DC). The candidates will receive strong guidance from two
high-quality supervisors from universities and one expert from an
industry company. The systematic secondment scheme builds on each DC
having an academic secondment in an international university of high
standing and excellence and a non-academic secondment in industry in
Finland.

The focus of this research project is to identify and quantify
uncertainty in the structural parameters of electrical motors by
analyzing vibration signals from an electric motor. This mathematical
problem falls within the field of inverse problems, specifically in
relation to linear elasticity. The project will involve studying
topics such as inverse problems, partial differential equations, and
computational statistics.

The deadline for application is 30 September 2023 at midnight, Finnish
local time (UTC + 3h). The SEED program employs a detailed selection
process. The selection process comprises four main stages and will
last approximately 10 weeks. The applicants will be notified of the
selection outcome in December 2023.

For additional information, please visit
https://lut.rekrytointi.com/paikat/index.php?jid=932&o=A_RJ or contact
[log in to unmask]

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From: Jan Heiland [log in to unmask]
Date: July 17, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, Dynamical Systems, Univ Magdeburg, Germany

We are looking for a PhD candidate for a 3-years project on LPV
approximations of nonlinear systems for controller design.

The basic idea is to design linear-parameter varying approximations of
nonlinear systems, add some model order reduction and control theory,
and develop a general purpose method for nonlinear feedback control of
large-scale or even infinite-dimensional systems.

This project has received its funding from the DFG which in particular
means that we can rely on a well-outlined, positively reviewed and
promising path to success.

A successful candidate comes with a master degree in math or in a
related fields and with basic knowledge or sound interest in one or
more of the fields systems and control, differential equations,
numerical linear algebra, or modelling and simulation of dynamical
systems.

Optionally, the candidate can get associated with our research
training group *MathCoRe* or with the CSC department of the *MPI of
Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems*, Magdeburg, and become an
integral part of these lively research environments with currently
around 24 PhD students.

To apply and for more information, refer to
https://ovgu.b-ite.careers/dfxko
or directly contact Jan Heiland [log in to unmask]

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From: Minh Dao [log in to unmask]
Date: July 30, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, Optimisation, RMIT Univ, Australia

Applications are invited for a fully funded 3-year PhD position
available in the School of Science at RMIT University, Australia. The
PhD student will work under the supervision of Dr. Minh N. Dao (RMIT)
and Dr. Matthew K. Tam (UniMelb) within the Australian Research
Council (ARC) Discovery Project "Distributed Optimisation without
Central Coordination". The candidate will preferably have experience
with at least one of the following areas: continuous optimisation,
distributed optimisation, monotone operator splitting, non-smooth and
variational analysis, or federated learning.

For further details:
https://www.rmit.edu.au/students/careers-opportunities/scholarships/research/phd-scholarship-in-distributed-optimisation-with-applications-to-federated-learning

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From: Olaf Schenk [log in to unmask]
Date: July 16, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, Optimization and HPC

The Advanced Computing Laboratory at the Institute of Computing at
Universita della Svizzera italiana (USI) is looking for two PhD
students to join our research group.

The Advanced Computing Laboratory's (CoLAB) research is focused on
manycore algorithms for computing applications on upcoming
high-performance computing platforms. CoLAB often drives research in
computational algorithms, application software, programming, and
software tools toward extreme-scale simulations. We are now engaged in
a number of computing research and simulation initiatives that are
aimed at developing methods and applications for the next generation
of extreme-scale computing platforms. CoLAB is located in Lugano,
Switzerland, and is part of the Institute of Computing in the Faculty
of Informatics at Universita della Svizzera Italiana (USI).

Our research, which is funded by the DFG and SNSF, aims to develop
computational approaches that address basic issues posed by
large-scale analytics, deep analysis, and precise forecasts by
advancing and laying the groundwork for the next generation of
sparsified numerical methods. The algorithms suggested in this project
are based on an innovative combination of sparsified numerical linear
algebra and nonlinear optimization approaches for data-intensive
applications. The inherent determinism of these methods, combined with
high communication demands, necessitates the development of robust
approximation methods under extreme-scale computer science
conditions. This comprises scientific libraries that provide
high-quality, reusable software components for application
development, as well as increased resilience and portability.

We are looking for two PhD students. These positions offer a wide
range of research challenges at the forefront of technology
development, and involves the following key responsibilities:
- Enhance our CoLAB vision for identity and access computing services
  and align with industry trends and continuous improvements that
  enhance the scalability of numerical methods.
- Contribute to the design and the implementation of proof of concepts
  and blueprints for Bayesian computing, parallel recursive selected
  inversion, and optimization methods.
- Re-define, manage, and integrate these developments by research on
  mathematical software and extreme-scale computing.

For enquiries please send an email to Prof. Dr. Olaf Schenk
([log in to unmask]). Expected starting date: Between September and
December 2023.

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From: Luca Gerardo Giorda [log in to unmask]
Date: July 27, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, Patient-specific Computational Modeling, JKU Linz

The Institute for Mathematical Methods in Medicine and Data-Based
Modeling (M3DM) of the Johannes Kepler University in Linz (Austria) is
offering a PhD Student position for a duration of 3 years, starting on
October 01, 2023, or as soon as possible thereafter.

The position is part of the project Next Generation Veno-Venous ECMO
Via Flow Optimization, led by Prof. Dr. Luca Gerardo-Giorda (M3DM) and
by Prof. Dr. Jens Meier from the Department of Anaestesiology and
Intensive Care Medicine of the Kepler University Klinikum in Linz.

The goal of the project is the development of patient specific
simulations to optimize the efficacy of Extra-Corporeal Membrane
Oxygenation (ECMO), a well-established procedure used in Intensive
Care Units (ICU) to treat patients with either pulmonary or
circulatory failure.

The ideal candidate has a strong background in numerical analysis as
well as a good understanding of programming. A strong interest for
medical applications is necessary.

For more details and how to apply visit
https://www.jku.at/en/news-events/detail-1/news/phd-student-position-m3dm-from-10-2023/

Evaluation of the candidates will start immediately and the position
will remain open until adequately filled.

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From: Cornelia Böhnstedt [log in to unmask]
Date: July 15, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, PharMetrX, Potsdam/Berlin, Germany

The Graduate Research Training Program PharMetrX: Pharmacometrics &
Computational Disease Modelling is an interdisciplinary PhD program
bridging pharmacy and mathematics. PharMetrX aims at understanding the
drug-patient-disease interaction by analysing data of drug
concentration, effect & disease profiles of pre-/clinical trials and
of therapeutic care by developing and applying pharmacometric // PK,
PD, disease mathematical & statistical models.

We are currently inviting applications to enrol in the PharMetrX
Research+ Program or the PharMetrX Training+ Program.

The PharMetrX Research+ Program (Research & Training & Network)
comprises an excellent research environment in the vibrant
Berlin/Potsdam area, fascinating and innovative research projects in a
highly relevant field, truly transdisciplinary working groups and
supervision, an individual mentorship from one of the associated
industry partner consortium, a specifically tailored training program
of compact academic and industry modules, a network of >100 peers and
a competitive 3.5 years fellowship.

The PharMetrX Training+ Program (Training & Network) offers a
specifically tailored training program of compact academic and
industry modules that convey the foundations in pharmacokinetics &
pharmacodynamics, systems biology, statistics, methodological
approaches of modelling & simulation etc. as well as a network of >100
peers. It is open for PhD students who have already started their PhD
in the field of pharmacometrics since Marach or will do so soon.

Both programs are open to candidates with a university degree in
pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, mathematics/statistics,
bioinformatics, life sciences or medicine: see
https://www.PharMetrX.de.

Deadline for applications: 15 September 2023.

PharMetrX is a joint program of Freie Universitat Berlin and the
University of Potsdam, supported by a consortium of global
research-driven pharmaceutical companies.

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From: Hossein Gorji [log in to unmask]
Date: August 10, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, Stochastic Modeling of Rarefied Gas Flows

The Laboratory of Multiscale Studies in Building Physics of the Swiss
Federal Institute for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) is
looking for a doctoral researcher who will focus on the development of
stochastic methodologies for efficient computation of kinetic
systems. Kinetic interactions of particles comprise challenging
problems across different fronts of modeling, computation and analysis
of fluids. From hypersonic and reentry flights to the high-energy chip
lithography and membranes, we rely on kinetic descriptions. However,
the modeling and numerical tools necessary to understand the
multiscale nature of kinetic phenomena remain mathematically and
computationally challenging. In particular, we are interested in
developing Fokker-Planck based solution algorithms for efficient
computation of gas flows across a wide range of rarefactions. The
applications will deal with studying complex gas transport processes
through mesoporous membranes, with overarching applications in gas
separation and CO2 adsorption.

For more information on the position and requirements please find the
full job ad here:
https://apply.refline.ch/673276/1826/pub/1/index.html

Please also have a look at www.empa.ch for more information on Empa.

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From: Marie Stöbe [log in to unmask]
Date: August 17, 2023
Subject: PhD Position, WIAS, Berlin, Germany

The Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS) is
an institute of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB). The FVB
comprises seven non-university research institutes in Berlin which are
funded by the federal and state governments. The research institutes
belong to the Leibniz Association.

WIAS invites applications for a PhD student position (f/m/d)
(Ref. 23/19) in the Research Group "Nonlinear Optimization and Inverse
Problems" (Head: Prof. Dr. D. Homberg) to be filled at the earliest
possible date.

The position is associated to the project "Analysis of
energy-variational solutions for hyperbolic conservation laws", which
is part of the SPP 2410 "Hyperbolic Balance Laws in Fluid Mechanics:
Complexity, Scales, Randomness". While hyperbolic conservation laws
are ubiquitous in the modeling of fluid-dynamical processes,
fundamental analytic question remain open until today. In this
project, a novel solution concept for such equations, which is founded
on energetic considerations and variational methods, is studied. The
project aims at the derivation of new existence results, the
investigation of selection criteria to single out physically relevant
solutions, and the numerical approximation of such solutions.

We are looking for: candidates with a master's degree in mathematics
or a closely related field with a strong background in at least one of
the following fields: analysis of partial differential equations,
calculus of variations, functional analysis. Prior knowledge in
mathematical fluid mechanics, numerical analysis, or nonlinear
optimization is beneficial.

Please direct scientific queries to Dr. Robert Lasarzik
([log in to unmask]) and Dr. Thomas Eiter
([log in to unmask]).  Please upload your complete
application documents (motivation letter, detailed CV, certificates,
copy of the master thesis, etc.) via our online job-application
facility (https://short.sg/j/34784589) until September 18, 2023 using
the button "Apply online" (https://short.sg/a/34784589).

See here for more information:
https://www.wias-berlin.de/jobs/index.jsp?lang=1
https://wias-berlin.softgarden.io/de/vacancies

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From: Jose [log in to unmask]
Date: August 15, 2023
Subject: PhD Positions, Computational Science, USA

SDSU UCI Join PhD program in Computational Science

TheInterdisciplinaryPh.D.Program in Computational Science is aimed at
training scientists and engineers who will create advanced
computational methods and tools to model and solve challenging
problems at the intersections of scientific disciplines.The doctoral
program offers coursework and research in a broad range of subjects
that develop expertise in Mathematical Modeling and Scientific
Computing with applications to Biological Science,Earth Science,
Engineering Science, Health, Physical and/or Chemical Science. UCI and
SDSU campuses are recognized as Hispanic Serving Institutions offering
a welcoming and supportive environment for diverse students. Admitted
graduate students are offered a range of financial assistance options
while they are pursuing advanced degrees,including
Teaching,Graduate,and Research Assistantships and Fellowships.

A virtual information session for the program will be held on October
5th, 2023 from 3:00 - 5:00 pm on Gather (https://gather.town/). To
attend, please register using the link below. Link to the virtual
space will be sent only to registered participants 2 days before the
event. This will be a great opportunity to meet and interact with
current students in the program, potential faculty advisors and
program coordinators.

Register here -
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdZwitOrGGWwbrnjerjT-P_7FMqU4yAVuA7ROn5L2acR6LBVw/viewform

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From: Kees Vuik [log in to unmask]
Date: August 17, 2023
Subject: PhD Positions, SHINE

There are two open PhD positions in our group. The projects are part
of the SHINE (Safe underground Hydrogen storage IN Earth subsurface
reservoirs) projects. It concerns project 5 (Integrated
Numerical-Experimental analyses of the safety of porous rocks under
cyclic loading) and project 6 (Multiscale modelling and simulation of
cyclic storage of H2 in heterogeneous porous rocks) supervised by Hadi
Hajibeygi and me.

The deadline for application is: the 15th of September 2023 (5pm CET).

Two important requirements:
- the candidates should have sufficient knowledge of porous media flow
  and applied mathematics
- Mobility: Applicants must not have lived or carried out their main
  activity (e.g., study, work, research) in their main DC PhD host
  school and recruiting country/organisation for more than 12 months
  in the past 3 years immediately prior to the Call deadline.

For more information see: https://www.shine-edn.eu/

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From: Michele Benzi [log in to unmask]
Date: August 07, 2023
Subject: PhD Positions, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy

Four PhD fellowships are available at SNS for students interested in
pursuing a PhD degree in Computational Methods and Mathematical
Modeling for the Sciences and Finance. Areas of specialization include
Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing, Quantitative Finance,
Stochastic Analysis, and Computational Physics/Chemistry/Biology.

The application deadline is August 24, 2023; start date is November 1,
2023.

For application information, please see
https://www.sns.it/en/phd-admission-competition/phd-calls

Further information about the PhD program is available at
https://www.sns.it/en/computational-methods-and-mathematical-models-sciences-and-finance-phd-programme

Informal inquiries are welcome.

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From: Alex Zhang [log in to unmask]
Date: July 06, 2023
Subject: CFP, Axioms Special Issue, Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making

This Special Issue is a continuation of the previous successful SI
"Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making and Computational Intelligence:
Recent Applications".

Human decision-makers are guided by their own experience and
intuition. Multiple-criteria decision-making (MCDM) and the
application of mathematical methods significantly reduce the influence
of subjectivism and intuition in decision-making. Multi-criteria
decision-making is the process of choosing one alternative from a set
of available alternatives or, in some cases, involves ranking
alternatives based on a predefined set of specific criteria that
usually have different meanings.

Computational intelligence (CI) is based on the following three main
complementary techniques: neural networks, fuzzy systems, and
evolutionary computing. CI represents the mechanisms of intelligent
behavior in complex and changing environments; mechanisms that can
learn, adapt, etc.

We extend a warm invitation to submit original research papers or
reviews for this Special Issue. More information can be found at:
https://www.mdpi.com/journal/axioms/special_issues/G472D1Q825

If you are interested, please contact the Axioms Editorial Office
([log in to unmask]), or the Managing Editor Mr. Alex Zhang
([log in to unmask]).

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From: Martin Schmidt [log in to unmask]
Date: August 16, 2023
Subject: CFP, Special Issue on Mixed-Integer Multi-Agent Optimization

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Mixed-Integer Multi-Agent
Optimization
Special Issue Editors: Margarida Carvalho, Tobias Harks, Simone
Sagratella, Martin Schmidt
Submission Deadline: February 29, 2024
Completion: November 30, 2024

Many real-world applications require to model the interaction of
multiple self-interested decision makers, whose decisions may depend
on each other. These non-cooperative multi-agent frameworks can either
be modeled as simultaneous or hierarchical games, leading to
(generalized) Nash equilibrium or bilevel problems  or even
combinations of the two. While classic theory and algorithms for these
classes of problems mainly deal with convex games with continuous
variables, many applications make it necessary to consider
mixed-integer quantities, which are very challenging to tackle both
from a theoretical and a numerical perspective. The aim of this
special issue is to extend and broaden both the theory and algorithms
for multi-agent optimization problems with mixed-integer
variables. Preference will be given to high-quality contributions with
a special emphasis on exact methods.

Please submit manuscripts through the Springer online system (if you
are a new author to the system you will be required to create a system
login) https://www.editorialmanager.com/mmor and, when asked to
"Choose Article Type", select "S.I.: Mixed-Integer Multi-Agent
Optimization".

Full author instructions may be found at
http://www.springer.com/186/submission-guidelines.


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From: amelia sun [log in to unmask]
Date: August 02, 2023
Subject: CFP, Symmetry Special Issue, Skewed Probability Distributions

Skewed distributions are transversal and ubiquitous to all scientific
disciplines. They have captured the attention of many researchers, as
a deep understanding of their underlying probabilistic mechanisms is
crucial in many fields. The right choice of the probability
distribution for a non-normal stochastic process and the proper
interpretation of its parameters can be very challenging and of
enormous importance in fields such as physics, chemistry, biology, and
social sciences.

The guidelines for contributions to this Special Issue include (but
are not limited to) the following topics, which are divided into two
broad groups:

Methods and applications of skew distributions.  New applications and
parameter interpretations of the main skewed distributions; Parameter
estimation and statistical developments; Advances in modelling and
simulations (i.e., Monte Carlo sampling) of processes in mathematics,
physics, chemistry, biology, and social sciences; Efficient numerical
methods to handle skewed distributions; Skewed distributions and the
modelling of infectious diseases, including COVID-19.  Skewed
distributions in describing natural processes.  The true meaning of
skewed distributions in nature; Skewed distributions in psychological
and neurological sciences; Non-normal distributions in biological and
medical sciences; Skewed distributions in describing social processes;
The origin and fundamental interpretations of skewed distributions in
mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, and social sciences.

More information can be found at:
https://www.mdpi.com/journal/symmetry/special_issues/8ST4R7LN34


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From: amelia sun [log in to unmask]
Date: July 09, 2023
Subject: CFPs, Symmetric Methods for Diff and Int Equations

Symmetric Methods and Analysis for Differential and
Integral Equations
https://www.mdpi.com/journal/symmetry/special_issues/136Z4H983Q

Differential and integral equations are widely used to model many
natural phenomena in different scientific fields. The evolution of the
solutions can be well learned by certain high-performance numerical
methods. Well-designed and high-performance numerical methods can
considerably reduce the computational costs of long-term simulations
of real-world problems. They can also perform better in the prediction
of mathematical models. Therefore, it is very important to develop
effective numerical schemes as well as their rigorous numerical
analysis.

In light of the aforementioned regarding the significance of numerical
schemes and analysis, the potential topics for this issue include but
are not limited to the following: The construction of effective
numerical methods for solving differential and integral equations; The
convergence analysis of symmetric numerical schemes; The stability
analysis of symmetric numerical schemes; The dissipativity of
symmetric numerical methods; Iterative algorithms and their
application.

Symmetric and structure-preserving numerical methods for differential
and integral equations.

More information can be found at:
https://www.mdpi.com/journal/symmetry/special_issues/136Z4H983Q

If you are interested, please contact the Symmetry Editorial Office
([log in to unmask]), or the leading Guest Editor, Prof. Dr.
Dongfang Li ([log in to unmask]).

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From: Attila Tanács [log in to unmask]
Date: July 25, 2023
Subject: Contents, ACTA CYBERNETICA, 26 (1)

ACTA CYBERNETICA, 26(1)
Special Issue of SCAN 2020
https://cyber.bibl.u-szeged.hu/index.php/actcybern/issue/view/Vol_26_1

Preface, Andreas Rauh, Balazs Banhelyi

Proving the Stability of the Rolling Navigation, Auguste Bourgois,
Amine Chaabouni, Andreas Rauh, Luc Jaulin

The Inventory Control Problem for a Supply Chain With a Mixed Type of
Demand Uncertainty, Elena Chausova

Inverses of Rational Functions, Tamas Dozsa

On Some Convergence Properties for Finite Element Approximations to
the Inverse of Linear Elliptic Operators, Takehiko Kinoshita,
Yoshitaka Watanabe, Mitsuhiro T. Nakao

B^R_\pi-Matrices, B-Matrices, and Doubly B-Matrices in the Interval
Setting, Matyas Lorenc

Quantification of Time-Domain Truncation Errors for the
Reinitialization of Fractional Integrators, Andreas Rauh, Rachid Malti

Affine Iterations and Wrapping Effect: Various Approaches, Nathalie
Revol


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From: Alex Barnett [log in to unmask]
Date: August 16, 2023
Subject: Contents, Adv Comput Math (ACOM), 49 (4)

A posteriori error estimates for the time-dependent Navier-Stokes
system coupled with the convection-diffusion-reaction equation, Jad
Dakroub, Joanna Faddoul, Pascal Omnes, Toni Sayah

Simpler is better: a comparative study of randomized pivoting
algorithms for CUR and interpolative decompositions, Yijun Dong,
Per-Gunnar Martinsson

Splitting scheme for backward doubly stochastic differential
equations, Feng Bao, Yanzhao Cao, He Zhang

Numerical analysis of nonlinear degenerate parabolic problems with
application to eddy current models, Ramiro Acevedo, Christian Gomez,
Paulo Navia

A fast time domain solver for the equilibrium Dyson equation, Jason
Kaye, Hugo U. R. Strand

Finite basis physics-informed neural networks (FBPINNs): a scalable
domain decomposition approach for solving differential equations, Ben
Moseley, Andrew Markham, Tarje Nissen-Meyer

Interior penalty discontinuous Galerkin methods for the
velocity-pressure formulation of the Stokes spectral problem, Felipe
Lepe

High-order corrected trapezoidal rules for a class of singular
integrals, Federico Izzo, Olof Runborg, Richard Tsai

Adaptive finite element approximation of optimal control problems with
the integral fractional Laplacian, Zhaojie Zhou, Qiming Wang

Adaptive and local regularization for data fitting by tensor-product
spline surfaces, Sandra Merchel, Bert Juttler, Dominik Mokria

Full recovery from point values: an optimal algorithm for Chebyshev
approximability prior, Simon Foucart

Phase retrieval and system identification in dynamical sampling via
Prony's method, Robert Beinert, Marzieh Hasannasab

An adaptive discontinuous finite volume element method for the Allen-
Cahn equation, Jian Li, Jiyao Zeng, Rui Li

A posteriori error estimates for wave maps into spheres, Jan
Giesselmann, Elena Mader-Baumdicker, David Jakob Stonner

A DCA-Newton method for quartic minimization over the sphere,
Shenglong Hu, Yong Wang, Jinling Zhou

On the stability of the representation of finite rank operators,
J. M. Carnicer, E. Mainar, J. M. Pena

Deep learning theory of distribution regression with CNNs, Zhan Yu,
Ding-Xuan Zhou

Ellipsoidal conformal and area-/volume-preserving parameterizations
and associated optimal mass transportations, Jia-Wei Lin, Tiexiang Li,
Wen-Wei Lin, Tsung-Ming Huang

Exponentially fitted methods with a local energy conservation law,
Dajana Conte, Gianluca Frasca-Caccia

Error bounds for a least squares meshless finite difference method on
closed manifolds, Oleg Davydov

Uniqueness of phase retrieval from three measurements, Philippe
Jaming, Martin Rathmair

A high-order algorithm for time-domain scattering in three dimensions,
M. Ganesh, F. Le Louer

Fast and accurate solvers for simulating Janus particle suspensions in
Stokes flow, Ryan Kohl, Eduardo Corona, Vani Cheruvu, Shravan
Veerapaneni

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From: Communications on Applied Mathematics and Computation [log in to unmask]
Date: August 17, 2023
Subject: Contents, Commun Appl Math Comput, 5 (3)

Communications on Applied Mathematics and Computation, Volume 5,
Number 3, September 2023

Focused Issue in Honor of Professor Tong Zhang on the Occasion of
His 90th Birthday

https://www.springer.com/journal/42967

Preface to the Focused Issue in Honor of Professor Tong Zhang on the
Occasion of His 90th Birthday, Jiequan Li, Wancheng Sheng, Chi-Wang
Shu, Ping Zhang, Yuxi Zheng

On the Vortex Sheets of Compressible Flows, Robin Ming Chen, Feimin
Huang, Dehua Wang, Difan Yuan

Recent Progress on Outfow/Infow Problem for Viscous Multi-phase Flow,
Fangfang Hao, Hai-Liang Li, Luyao Shang, Shuang Zhao

Two-Dimensional Riemann Problems: Transonic Shock Waves and Free
Boundary Problems, Gui-Qiang G. Chen

Conical Sonic-Supersonic Solutions for the 3-D Steady Full Euler
Equations, Yanbo Hu, Xingxing Li

Radon Measure Solutions to Riemann Problems for Isentropic
Compressible Euler Equations of Polytropic Gases, Yunjuan Jin, Aifang
Qu, Hairong Yuan

Singularity Formation for the General Poiseuille Flow of Nematic
Liquid Crystals, Geng Chen, Majed Sofani

The Perturbed Riemann Problem for a Geometrical Optics System, Shiwei
Li, Hanchun Yang

Envelope Method and More General New Global Structures of Solutions
for Multi-dimensional Conservation Law, Gui-in Qiu, Gao-Wei Cao,
Xiao-Zhou Yang, Yuan-An Zhao

Global Existence of Smooth Solutions for the One-Dimensional Full
Euler System for a Dusty Gas, Geng Lai, Yingchun Shi

Global Existence and Stability of Solutions to River Flow System,
Xian-ting Wang, Yun-guang Lu, Naoki Tsuge

Configurations of Shock Regular Reflection by Straight Wedges, Qin
Wang, Junhe Zhou

Global Well-Posedness for Aggregation Equation with Time-Space
Nonlocal Operator and Shear Flow, Binbin Shi, Weike Wang

Regularity of Fluxes in Nonlinear Hyperbolic Balance Laws, Matania
Ben-Artzi, Jiequan Li

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From: Irena Lasiecka [log in to unmask]
Date: July 28, 2023
Subject: Contents, Evolution Equations and Control Theory, 12 (6)

December 2023, Vol. 12, No. 6

1. A Newtonian approach to general black holes, Alain Haraux

2.Numerical solution to the linearized model of a clamped-free plate
using nonconforming finite elements, Katarzyna Szulc

3.Null controllability of - Hilfer implicit fractional
integro-differential equations with -Hilfer fractional nonlocal
conditions, Mourad Kerboua, Ichrak Bouacida and Sami Segni

4.Stabilization of an interconnected system of Schrodinger and wave
equations with boundary coupling, Latifa Moumen, Fatima Zohra Sidiali
and Salah-Eddine Rebiai

5.Qualitative analysis of certain reaction-diffusion systems of the
FitzHugh-Nagumo type, B. Ambrosio

6.Boundary exact controllability for the longitudinal vibrations of a
bar in memoriam to Professor Luiz Adauto Medeiros, M. Milla Miranda
and Aldo T. Louredo

7. Controllability for the wave equation on graph with cycle and
delta- prime vertex conditions, Sergei Avdonin, Julian Edward and
Gunter Leugering

8.Controllability results for second-order integro-differential
equations with state-dependent delay, Abdelhamid Bensalem, Abdelkrim
Salim, Mouffak Benchohra and Juan J. Nieto

9.Optimal feedback control results for a second-order evolution system
with finite delay, Hai Huang and Xianlong Fu

10. On the Cauchy problem for the Hartree type semilinear Schrodinger
equation in the de Sitter spacetime, Mikio Ichimiya and Makoto
Nakamura

11.Approximation of mild solutions of delay integro-differential
equations on Banach spaces, Mohammed Elghandouri and Khalil Ezzinbi

12. On the singular limit of a boundary delayed Kuramoto-Sivashinsky-
Korteweg-de Vries equation: Well-posedness and stability results,
Boumediene Chentouf and Baowei Feng

13. Global smooth solutions in a three-dimensional cross-diffusive SIS
epidemic model with saturated taxis at large densities, Youshan Tao
and Michael Winkler

14. A new regularity criterion for the 3D incompressible Boussinesq
equations in terms of the middle eigenvalue of the strain tensor in
the homogeneous Besov spaces with negative indices Ben Omrane Ines,
Gala Sadek and Ragusa Maria Alessandra


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From: JNAAT [log in to unmask]
Date: August 07, 2023
Subject: Contents, J Numer Anal Approx Theory, 52 (1)

Founded in 1972, published by the Romanian Academy,
Journal of Numerical Analysis and Approximation Theory,
Volume 52, Number 1, July 2023,
https://ictp.acad.ro/jnaat/journal

New technique for solving multivariate global optimization, D. Aaid,
O. Ozer

Pointwise copproximinality in \(L^{p}(\mu,X)\), E. Abu-Sirhan

Non-homogeneous impulsive time fractional heat conduction equation,
A. Aghili

Convergence and error estimates for pseudo-polyharmonic div-curl and
elastic interpolation on a bounded domain , M.-N. Benbourhim, A.
Bouhamidi, P. Gonzalez-Casanova

Notes regarding classical Fourier series, P. Bracken

New estimates related with the best polynomial approximation, J.
Bustamante

A note on fixed point method and linear complementarity problem, B.
Kumar, Deepmala, A. K. Das

Solving ill-posed Helmholtz problems with physics-informed neural, M.
Nechita

Book reviews

J. Hoffman, Methods in Computational Science, SIAM, 2021 G. Can,
C. Ma, J. Wu, Data Clustering: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications,
2nd ed., SIAM, 2021 - J. Malek, Z. Strakoa, Preconditioning and the
Conjugate Gradient Method in the Context of Solving PDEs, SIAM, 2015

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