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Lectureship in Applied Mathematics

Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer
in Applied Mathematics from 1 October
1998, or as soon as possible thereafter. Applicants
should have a strong research record, or
evidence of strong potential in research. The person
appointed will either broaden or
strengthen the present research group, which has expertise
in continuum mechanics (fluid and solids), dynamical systems,
financial mathematics and partial differential equations.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach students in
the Mathematics Department and to provide ancillary teaching to
other departments within the College.

The starting salary will be at an appropriate point on the lecturer
scale, #16045 - #27985, plus a London allowance of #2134.

Applications with a CV, list of publications, names, email addresses
and Fax numbers of at least three referees, and a sae for
acknowledgement and further details, should be sent by
Friday, 24 April 1998 to Applied Lectureship (Prof P Hall),
Mathematics Department, Imperial College, 180 Queen's Gate,
London SW7 2BZ; tel: 0171 594 8511; fax: 0171 594 8517;
email: [log in para visualizar]


Juan M. Lopez

Department of Mathematics
Imperial College
180 Queen's Gate, London SW7 2BZ,
United Kingdom

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