03 Mathematical logic and foundations, 05 Combinatorics, 11 Number theory, 14 Algebraic geometry, 20 Group theory and generalizations, 34 Ordinary differential equations, 35 Partial differential equations, 37 Dynamical systems and ergodic theory, 51 Geometry, 54 General topology, 65 Numerical analysis
The Department of Mathematics at the California Institute of Technology invites applications for multiple temporary faculty positions beginning September 2020 in the categories 1-3 below, position 4 will begin August 2020. Positions will be offered if funds are available.
Sherman Fairchild and Scott Russell Johnson Research Assistant Professorships: Initial appointments are for three years with a possible additional three-year terminal extension. The teaching load is two one-quarter courses per year.
Noether and Taussky-Todd Instructorships: Appointments are for three years. The teaching load is two one-quarter courses in the first and third year, and three one-quarter in the second year.
Harry Bateman Instructorships: Appointments are for three years. The teaching load is three one-quarter courses per year.
Applicants for positions 1-3 must hold a PhD by employment start date, and show strong research promise. Special consideration will be given to applicants with research interests overlapping current areas of research in the department, which include Algebraic Geometry/Number Theory, Analysis/Dynamics, Combinatorics, Finite and Algebraic Groups, Geometry/Topology, Logic/Set Theory, and Mathematical Physics.
Hearst Teaching Fellowship/Instructorship: Appointments are for three years. The teaching load is four one-quarter courses per year.
Applicants for position 4 must hold a PhD by employment start date, and show strong understanding of undergraduate teaching, learning, and curricular issues.
Appointees will be expected to fulfill teaching duties, pursue their own research program, and be in residence even when not teaching. Summer can be used for one month vacation, research and other scholarly activities.
For more information and to apply, please visit www.mathjobs.org. For full consideration, submit applications by December 1, 2019.
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