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Postdoctoral Positions for 2014-2015


OLGA TAUSSKY - JOHN TODD INSTRUCTORSHIPS IN MATHEMATICS

The Olga Taussky - John Todd Instructorships in Mathematics are offered to persons within three years of having received the Ph.D. who show strong research promise in one of the areas in which Caltech's mathematics faculty is currently active:

  • Algebraic Geometry/ Number Theory
  • Analysis/Dynamics
  • Combinatorics
  • Finite and Algebraic Groups
  • Geometry/Topology
  • Logic/Set Theory
  • Mathematical Physics

Initial appointments are for two years with a one-year terminal extension expected. The position includes a $3,000 per year research fund.

There are three terms in the Caltech academic year. In the past Instructors have been expected to teach one course in all but two terms of the total appointment. These two terms will be devoted to research. In addition, the summer may be used for a one-month vacation, research, and other scholarly activities.

You can apply for this job online at mathjobs.org. Applications including all letters of reference should be completed no later than January 1, 2014.

Because of conditions of the funding source, some of the positions may be restricted based on citizenship.

Applicants for Bateman Instructorships and the Johnson Senior Research Fellowship will automatically be considered for Olga Taussky-John Todd Instructorships and NEED NOT REAPPLY.


HARRY BATEMAN RESEARCH INSTRUCTORSHIPS IN MATHEMATICS

The Bateman Research Instructorships in Mathematics are offered to recent Ph.D. recipients who show strong research promise in one of the areas in which Caltech's mathematics faculty is currently active:

  • Algebraic Geometry/ Number Theory
  • Analysis/Dynamics
  • Combinatorics
  • Finite and Algebraic Groups
  • Geometry/Topology
  • Logic/Set Theory
  • Mathematical Physics

In the past Instructors have been expected to teach one course for the full academic year and to devote the rest of their time to research.

Appointments are for one year and are renewable for two additional years. The academic year runs from approximately October 1 to June 1. During the summer months, there are no duties except research.

You can apply for jobs online at mathjobs.org. Applications including all letters of reference should be completed no later than January 1, 2014.

Because of conditions of the funding source, some of the positions may be restricted based on citizenship.

Applicants for Olga Taussky-John Todd Instructorships and the Johnson Senior Research Fellowship will automatically be considered for Bateman Instructorships  and NEED NOT REAPPLY.


SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN MATHEMATICS

A Senior Research Fellowship in Mathematics (either Divisional or Scott Russell Johnson) is offered to a candidate within six years of having received the Ph.D. who shows strong research promise in one of the areas in which Caltech's mathematics faculty is currently active:

  • Algebraic Geometry/ Number Theory
  • Analysis/Dynamics
  • Combinatorics
  • Finite and Algebraic Groups
  • Geometry/Topology
  • Logic/Set Theory
  • Mathematical Physics

The initial appointment is for three years with an additional three-year  terminal extension expected. The position includes a $6,000 per year research fund. This position is being offered if funds are available.

There are three terms in the Caltech academic year. In the past the fellow has been expected to teach one course in two terms each year, and is expected to be in residence even during terms when not teaching.

You can apply for this job online at mathjobs.org. Applications including all letters of reference should be completed no later than January 1, 2014.

Applicants for the Senior Research Fellowship will automatically be considered for Olga Taussky-John Todd Instructorships and Bateman Instructorships and NEED NOT REAPPLY.


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