A funded PhD position (October 2024 start) is available in the research group of Helen Alexander, Institute of Ecology & Evolution, University of Edinburgh.
The PhD topic is “Modelling bacterial evolution of antibiotic resistance” and a full description is available here: https://www.ed.ac.uk/biology/study-with-us/postgraduate-research/apply-for-a-phd/findaphd.
The ideal candidate will have strong mathematical skills and a keen interest in biology, with at least an undergraduate degree in mathematics, physics, biology, or another relevant field.
For more information about our research group, please see: https://www.ed.ac.uk/biology/groups/alexander
We have two open PhD positions in Mathematical Oncology at Uppsala University, Sweden.
We're looking for candidates with a background in physics/mathematics/statistics/similar and a keen interest in using AI and mathematics to study cancer.
Position 1: PhD student in Machine Learning with a focus on scientific computing for applications in cancer research. Apply by: March 28, 2024. Link: https://www.jobb.uu.se/details/?positionId=701887
Position 2: PhD student in interdisciplinary mathematics with a focus on bio-medical modelling. Apply by: March 22, 2024. Link: https://www.math.uu.se/the-department/vacant-positions/?positionId=702358 Choose Project 7 in the list of projects.
A supportive research environment.
Local and International multidisciplinary collaborations.
A competitive career progression program.
5 years’ salary.
More information about the positions is available here: https://sarahamis.github.io/group/
Position of Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Department : Engineering and Process Sciences Department (DSIP)
Discipline: Applied Mathematics and Applications of Mathematics
CNU n° 26/ CNECA 3 (Ministère de l'Agriculture et de la Souveraineté alimentaire)
A position for an assistant professor (Maître de conferences/MCF) in applied mathematics and statistics is likely to be published in spring 2024 at the Institut Agro, Dijon. The research activities will be carried out within the UMR Agroécologie (INRAE/University of Burgundy/Institut Agro), Pôle MICSOL, in connection with the 'microbiology and ecosystem functions of soils' theme. The profile sought is that of a candidate at the interface between statistics in its contemporary data science aspects and mathematical modelling for life and environmental sciences.
Teaching activities will take place within the Engineering Sciences and Processes Department. The MCF will be involved in initial engineering training (agronomy and agri-food pathways) and apprenticeships as part of core and specialised teaching. There will also be opportunities to take part in international masters courses, such as those run by SFRI's 'Integrate' Graduate School 'Transbio' or the FORTHEMICROBES international masters course run by the FORTHEM European Alliance. The person recruited will need to have a general knowledge of both the mathematical/theoretical and practical aspects of statistics, as well as standard software and languages (R, Python), enabling them to adapt their teaching to a variety of specialist and non-specialist audiences.
Both the research and teaching aspects of this post are in line with strategic priority 5 "Data science' in the research strategy of the Institut Agro Dijon.Through its application aspects in soil microbiology, in particular the dimension linked to the evaluation of the quality of the microbial component of agroecosystems, this position also contributes to Axis 3 "Natural and controlled microbial ecosystems", a differentiating research topics of the Institut Agro Dijon.
DSIP Director: Ludovic Journaux
Director of UMR Agroecology Fabrice Martin
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