Research Fellow - Computational Topology
School of Mathematical & Geospatial SciencesClosing date: 10th November 2015
RMIT is a global university of technology and design, focused on creating solutions that transform the future for the benefit of people and their environments.
The School of Mathematical & Geospatial Sciences draws together disciplines involving the collection of data with the analysis of data and the understanding and optimisation of systems through modelling and visualisation. The school offers undergraduate science degrees in Geospatial Science, Mathematics, Statistics, and Surveying, and coursework masters programs in Analytics, Operations Research, Information Security, and Geospatial Science. The school is also a key provider of enabling courses to other Schools of the RMIT University.
A vacancy currently exists within the School for a Research Fellow in the field of Computational Topology to work on an Australian Research Council funded Discovery Project that will be utilising methods from pure and applied mathematics and computer science to build high-performance tools.
This position provides an opportunity for emerging researchers to further build their research career supported with research training and mentorship. The position is open to people who have completed a PhD within the five years prior to appointment to the position and who do not currently hold a continuing academic appointment with RMIT University.
To be considered for this opportunity you will have demonstrated capacity for high-level research publication and research management and have an emerging track record and recognition for quality research outputs, evidenced by publications of new research initiatives in Computational Topology. You will have the ability to build effective networks with colleagues and excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
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