Employment opportunities

Research Fellow in Pure Mathematics/Mathematical Physics
Job posted: 06 May 2021
Applications close: 02 Jun 2022
This is a postdoc position, associated to the ARC funded Discovery Project "Proving the LandauGinzburg/Conformal Field Theory correspondence" with investigators J. Knapp, D. Murfet and D. Ridout. This is a program that seeks to relate several topics in pure mathematics and mathematical physics. The ideal candidate would bring in expertise relevant to the project which complements that of the other investigators.

Research Fellow in Pure Mathematics
Job posted: 06 May 2022
Applications close: 12 Jun 2022
This is a research associate (postdoctoral or visiting) position in pure mathematics at the University of Melbourne. It is funded through the ARC Discovery Project "Elliptic Schubert Calculus" with investigators N. Ganter, Y. Yang, G. Zhao, P. ZinnJustin. This is a program which applies elliptic cohomology to geometric representation theory, enumerative geometry, integrable systems and invariants of singular varieties. The ideal candidate would bring in expertise complementing that of the investigators.

Senior Outreach Fellow
Job posted: 17 May 2022
Applications close: 07 Jun 2022
The Senior Outreach Fellow is responsible for the development and implementation of an outreach program for the School of Mathematics and Statistics, informed by the Schoolâ€™s strategy for recruitment and retention of talented students, and the promotion of mathematics as a discipline to the public. The outreach program will include delivering enrichment programs for talented secondary school students and creating undergraduate activities that aim to increase BSc Majors in Mathematics and Statistics.

Research Fellow in Applied Mathematics
Job posted: 26 May 2022
Applications close: 23 Jun 2022
This Research Fellow will be expected to work closely with Dr Hailong Guo on the University of Melbourne funded research program deep learning modelling and simulation for topological materials (funded under the Research Development Grant). While the research program is guided by a set of research questions, there will be considerable scope for this Research Fellow to develop their own ideas within a broader research agenda. The successful candidate will preferably have experience within numerical solutions for partial differential equations and deep learning. The Research Fellow will be part of the Schoolâ€™s Applied Mathematics group.