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	Announcement of Conference : ECMTB2002, Milano, July 2 - 6
	Workshop at ICCS on Medical Imaging
	Workshop at ICCS on Education in Computational Sciences
	Computational or Mathematical Biologist, Kenyon College
	Tenure-track Positions, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UTK
	Postdoctoral Position at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
	Non-Tenure-track Positions, Biomathematics Study Group, Vanderbilt U
	Tenure Track Position, Applied Mathematics, Washington State U

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From: [log in para visualizar]
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 10:03:18 MET
Subject: Announcement of Conference : ECMTB2002, Milano, July 2 - 6

The European Society of Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ESMTB) is
pleased to announce the 5th official ESMTB tri-annual Conference (ECMTB2002).
The leading theme of the conference is

                 Mathematical Modelling & Computing
                        in Biology and Medicine

It will be held in Milano, Italy from Tuesday July 2 through Saturday July 6,
2002.


The organizing committee is pleased to invite colleagues all over the world
to join this conference.

Attention will be duly paid to topics that will increasingly become important
in the near future, such as those identified in the thematic programme
"Unlocking the resources of the living world and the ecosystem" of the Fifth
Framework Programme of the EC and those involving the engineering community:

              Biotechnology and Bioengineering
              Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
              Biomedical Imaging
              Cardiovascular System
              Cell Signalling
              Cellular Organisation
              Ecology
              Environmental Sciences
              Evolution
              Immunology
              Infectious Diseases
              Individual Based Models
              Regulatory Gene Networks


We are looking forward to see you at the conference.

The organizing committee

Contact: [log in para visualizar]
         http://ecmtb.mat.unimi.it


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From: Rosie Renaut <[log in para visualizar]>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 16:05:08 +0200
Subject: Workshop at ICCS on Medical Imaging

		       Workshop on Medical Imaging
                    to be held in conjunction with the
              ICCS 2002 Conference on Computational Science
                          April 21 -- 24, 2002
                       Amsterdam, The Netherlands
                http://www.science.uva.nl/events/ICCS2002/

The purpose of this special session is to bring together researchers in any
aspects of computational medical imaging, to include algorithm development
and analysis for image reconstruction, segmentation, image normalization,
registration and morphometry.  It is hoped to draw participants who are
interested in both development and applications, from areas of expertise
including mathematicians, computational mathematicians, numerical analysts,
statisticians and application specialists.  It is hoped that this workshop
will provide the opportunity to present a review of modern numerical
techniques in medical imaging, and encourage discussion and interchange of
ideas.

A limited number of contributed, either 20 or 30 minutes. talks will be
selected for this session. Extended abstracts no more than two pages should
be sent to me before November 16, 2001. The text can be in Latex,

Postscript or pure ASCII. The acceptance of the extended abstract will be
send no later than November 30, 2001. After acceptance, full papers, from 6
to 10 pages, formatted according to the rules of the LNCS, in order to be
published in the ICCS 2002 proceedings, should be sent to me before December
14, 2001. The style files for the LNCS can be found at

	       http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html

These submitted papers will be read again, and the incorrect and wrongly
formatted papers will have to be submitted again. The camera ready papers and
pre-registrations must be done before January 4, 2002. Some papers may be
selected for publication in special issues of regular scientific journals.

Summary, Important Dates and Notes:

  November  16, 2001 -- Extended abstracts
  November  30, 2001 -- Acceptance for the presentation
  December 14, 2001 -- Paper Submission (full papers, see above)
  January  4, 2002 -- Camera Ready Papers and Pre-registration

The Extended Abstracts and the papers of this Workshop should be sent to me
		    [log in para visualizar]

The payments, registration, hotel reservation and other conference matters
should be managed according to the ICCS2002 rules.

The organizer of the Workshop:
Rosemary Renaut, Professor, Zentrum Mathematik,
Arcistrasse 21, TU Muenchen, D 80290.
Telephone 49-89 289 22033
Fax 49-89 289-28234
Email [log in para visualizar] or
[log in para visualizar]


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From: Rosie Renaut <[log in para visualizar]>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 16:15:25 +0200
Subject: Workshop at ICCS on Education in Computational Sciences

	     Workshop on Education in Computational Sciences
                    to be held in conjunction with the
              ICCS 2002 Conference on Computational Science
                           April 21 -- 24, 2002
                        Amsterdam, The Netherlands
               http://www.science.uva.nl/events/ICCS2002/

The purpose of this special session is to bring together educators from all
institutes of higher education, or potential employers, with experience or
interest in the development of the computational sciences curriculum.  Topics
of interest for the workshop include papers which address issues that include
curriculum design at all levels, from undergraduate to postgraduate,
professional degree programs, student recruitment and expectation, and
employment opportunities.  It is intended to provide an opportunity for
discussion and exchange of ideas, and to hear about particular strategies for
success with a new curriculum, funding and equipment, and possibly to hear of
various pitfalls others have already encountered.

A limited number of contributed, either 20 or 30 minutes. talks will be
selected for this session. Extended abstracts no more than two pages should
be sent to me before November 16, 2001. The text can be in Latex,

[Editor - Please see the web pages and the announcement of Workshop at ICCS
on Medical Imaging above for additional details.]


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From: Judy Holdener <[log in para visualizar]>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 12:57:12 -0400
Subject: Computational or Mathematical Biologist, Kenyon College

          Computational or Mathematical Biologist

The departments of Biology and Mathematics at Kenyon College invite
applications for a joint interdisciplinary tenure track position at the
assistant professor level, in a field of computational or mathematical
biology.  Areas of special interest may include:

- Biomathematics

- Quantitative ecology or evolutionary biology

- Modeling of organisms or populations

- Computational approaches to cellular or molecular biology

- Biostatistics or bioinformatics

The successful candidate will teach courses in both departments of
mathematics and biology, and conduct a vigorous research program involving
undergraduates. Generous start-up funds are provided, including support from
Kenyon's award from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The candidate will
work with current faculty to develop new collaborative teaching and research
in computational and mathematical biology. The candidate's primary
appointment will be in the individual department of her/his choice.
Qualifications include a Ph.D. in an appropriate discipline, demonstrated
commitment to excellent instruction, and the ability to initiate and maintain
research with undergraduates.

The Biology department consists of nine full time faculty members who are
active researchers/teachers, integrating their research into the classroom
experience. Faculty research interests span physiological and systems
ecology, developmental biology, neurobiology, plant and microbiology, and
molecular genetics.

The Mathematics Department consists of six full-time faculty members
including two with research interests in biological growth and form, cell
biology, population biology, and epidemiology. Other research interests
include algebra, analysis, topology, nonparametric and spatial statistics.
For further information on projects combining mathematics and biology, see
http://www2.kenyon.edu/depts/Biomath/index.html.

Kenyon College is a highly selective private liberal arts college dedicated
to excellent undergraduate education. It has a national student body of about
1500 students. The campus is located in a beautiful rural setting about 50
miles northeast of Columbus, Ohio.

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy
and interests, a research statement (including a summary of accomplishments
and direction of future research), graduate and undergraduate transcripts,
and three (3) letters of recommendation to:  Mathematics and Biology Search
Committee, Wendy Busenburg, Higley Hall, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH  43022.
Review of complete applications will begin on December 1st, 2001, and will
continue until the position is filled.
For more information contact the Search Committee Chair, e-mail:
[log in para visualizar]

Kenyon College is an Equal Opportunity Employer, especially committed to
building a diverse faculty.


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From: [log in para visualizar]
Date: 18 Oct 2001 15:23:06 -0000
Subject: Tenure-track Positions, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UTK

Position Advertisement

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology will fill up to two tenure
track positions to start on August 1, 2002 from the following three areas.
Positions are at the assistant professor or, in special circumstances,
associate professor level.  Postdoctoral experience or the equivalent is
preferred.

Area I.  Computational/theoretical ecology and/or evolution.  The successful
candidate will participate in courses in mathematical ecology or mathematical
evolution and enhance the current departmental emphases in theoretical
ecology and evolution.  Attractive research areas include complex ecological
or evolutionary systems, problems at multiple spatial scales, and
individual-based models.

Area II. Ecology.

Area III. Fish ecology and/or systematics.

Position details can be found at www.bio.utk.edu

Interested candidates should send a resume indicating research goals,
teaching experience and goals, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and
e-mail addresses of three references to Dr. Dan Simberloff, Nancy Gore Hunger
Chair of Environmental Studies, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary
Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN 37996.  Review of applications
will begin on November 15, 2001, and will continue until the positions are
filled.  UT is an EEL/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA Employer.


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From: Luca Formaggia <[log in para visualizar]>
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2001 17:00:42 +0200
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

Post Doctoral Position at the Department of Mathematics of
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne  (EPFL), Switzerland

The Chair of Modelling and Scientific Computing of the Mathematics Department
of EPFL is offering a Post Doctoral position. The candidate will work on the
development of numerical techniques and computer software, mainly for the
simulation of blood flow in arteries and in the cardiovascular system in
general. Details on the research activity of the Chair on this subject (and
others) may be found at

http://dmaww.epfl.ch/~quartero

The following pre-requisites are compulsorily required for the position:

A sound knowledge of numerical analysis and computational techniques. In
particular, the finite element method and numerical schemes for the solution
Navier-Stokes equations.
Excellent programming skills in FORTRAN and C++.

The candidate should have a Doctoral Degree in Applied Mathematics, Physics
or Engineering and demonstrate to have a strong academic curriculum on
numerical analysis and computational methods. The knowledge of the French
language is not a pre-requisite, but it is welcomed. Candidates should send a
detailed CV to the following address

	Luca Formaggia
        EPFL-DMA
        CH-1015 Lausanne
        Switzerland
        [log in para visualizar]

indicating possible references.


The candidate will be employed full-time for a period of 24 months. The
position is open from December 2001.
The salary level will depend on the candidate experience, in accordance to
EPFL internal rules.


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From: Glenn Webb <[log in para visualizar]>
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2001 14:37:03 -0700
Subject: Non-Tenure-track Positions, Biomathematics Study Group, Vanderbilt U

Pending administrative approval, the Biomathematics Study Group at Vanderbilt
University, invites applications for two non-tenure-track positions,
beginning in the Fall of 2002.

Each position is a two-year appointment at the level of post-doctoral fellow
or assistant professor depending on qualifications and carries teaching
duties.

Successful applicants will participate in collaborative research with the
members of the Biomathematics Study Group well as with scientists in Life
Sciences and Medicine at Vanderbilt.

Topics include, but are not limited to, neuroscience, molecular biology and
signal transduction, ligand-receptor binding problems, growth of malignant
tissues, cellular kinetics, registration and functional imaging,
computational biology and physiology, and the mathematical modeling and
analysis of medical procedures and devices.

The applicants must have a doctorate in mathematics or a closely related area
(e.g. computer science) and a background in biology or medicine.

Applications and supporting material should be sent as a single mailing to:

Biomathematics Study Group
Department of Mathematics
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee, 37240

Please include an e-mail address and a Fax number, a AMS standardized
curriculum vitae and a research summary.
Please do not send additional information (including letters of
recommendation) unless requested to do so after our initial screening.
Evaluation of the applications will commence on November 15, 2001 and will
continue until the positions are filled.

Prospective applicants are invited to visit the Biomathematics Study Group's
web site
(http://www.math.vanderbilt.edu/~biomath)
for the research interests of the faculty.
Vanderbilt is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.


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From: [log in para visualizar]
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 11:50:07 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Tenure Track Position, Applied Mathematics, Washington State U

Tenure track assistant professor position available beginning Fall 2002.
Preferred research areas are areas of applied and computational mathematics
compatible with those represented in the department:  partial differential
equations, scientific computing, modeling and simulation, optimization,
numerical analysis, control theory, applied probability, biological modeling
and discrete mathematics. We require the following: PhD in mathematics or a
closely related field, specializing in any of the above-mentioned areas;
evidence of quality teaching at the undergraduate level; strong potential for
quality graduate instruction as well as dissertation direction; record of or
potential for high quality research publications; and the ability to attract
external funding. Send letter of application with a statement of current and
planned research; a statement of teaching philosophy; current vitae and
arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to: Chair, Search
Committee/Applied Math, Department of Mathematics, PO Box 643113, Washington
State University, Pullman WA 99164-3113.  Screening begins January 2, 2002
and will continue until position is filled. For additional information, see
http://www.sci.wsu.edu/math/math.html. WSU is an EO/AA educator and employer.
Protected group members are encouraged to apply.


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