Senior Lecturer (Applied Mathematics)
The University of Western Australia
School of Mathematics and StatisticsClosing date: 26th November 2015
The University of Western Australia is a member of Australia's prestigious Group of Eight and ranked among the top 100 universities in the world, with a broad and balanced coverage of disciplines in the arts, sciences and major professions.
For the past 100 years, UWA has contributed significantly to the intellectual, cultural and economic development of the State of Western Australia and the nation as a whole.
We are seeking a Senior Lecturer with an outstanding research track record in the field of Applied Mathematics to join the School of Mathematics and Statistics, within the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics, on a tenurable appointment. This position has arisen as a consequence of the recent appointment of the Faculty's CSIRO/UWA Chair in Complex Engineering Systems within the School of Mathematics and Statistics.
The successful applicant will contribute towards Engineering for Remote Operations (ERO), in which the Faculty is a world leader, by applying their expertise in Applied Mathematics to the two main areas of dymnamical systems and continuum mechanics. Working across disciplines and boundaries, ERO provides integrated solutions to the challenges of mining development and production, offshore engineering, agriculture, health, transport, energy, water supply and community development.
Displaying genuine passion and enthusiasm for scholarship, the successful candidate will foster academic leadership and coordinate undergraduate and postgraduate teaching to produce graduates who are technically highly skilled, cognisant of the environment in which they work and aware of financial, social and environment challenges; graduates ready to change the world. As a world top 100 University we have the infrastructure, resources and industry connections required to provide extensive opportunities to produce collaborative world class research.
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