Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan)
The Institute of Mathematics for IndustryClosing date: 27th February 2015
The Institute of Mathematics for Industry at Kyushu University (Fukuoka, JAPAN) invites applications for one assistant professor position (`Jyokyo` in Japanese) beginning April 2015. Candidates in all areas of mathematical cryptography who are interested in applications of mathematics to, and collaboration with, industry will be considered. We are looking for candidates, who possess a strong record of research achievements and expertise related to mathematical cryptography such as theory of cryptography, number theory, representation theory, computer algebra, quantum computation, graph theory, combinatorics, and so on. The selection will be based on the past achievements and/or the potential of the candidates to work in the area of mathematical cryptography.
Kyushu University is one of the major seven national universities in Japan, located in Fukuoka in the western part of Japan. The Institute of Mathematics for Industry consists of approximately 25 members, who are active in various areas of pure and applied mathematics and also in collaboration with industry.
Application by postal mail only, see here for more information.
Person to contact: Prof. Tsuyoshi Takagi (takagi at imi.kyushu-u.ac.jp)
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