PostDoc in Algebra at University of Western Sydney

Position: PostDoc in Algebra at Western Sydney University, Mathematics Dept.
Duration: 2 years (with a possible extension) Should start before 2024.
Salary range: $102,737 to $108,997 (Australian Dollars)
Closing date: 21 July 2023

We are looking for someone with a broad Algebra or Operator Algebra training. The applicant is expected to work on areas related to the project of Roozbeh Hazrat “Graded symmetry in Algebra and Analysis”, in particular, the structure of combinatorial algebras, such as Leavitt paths algebras and invariants for their classifications. These algebras have appeared in a variety of different contexts as diverse as analysis, symbolic dynamics, noncommutative geometry, and representation theory.

The external principal collaborators in the project are Prof. Søren Eilers (Copenhagen) and Ben Steinberg (New York).

Position Enquiries:

Please contact Roozbeh Hazrat via email

WSU job site:

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics @Sydney

Closing date: Thursday 12 January 2023; 11:59pm
Campus: School of Mathematics and Statistics at the Camperdown Campus, The University of Sydney
Remuneration: Base Salary Level B/C, $113,184 – $159,867 + 17% superannuation
Status: Full time continuing opportunity.
Reference: 0098923

About the opportunity

The University of Sydney is welcoming applications for a Lecturer (B) /Senior Lecturer (C) in Applied Mathematics to join leading experts at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, within the Faculty of Science. We are one of the largest mathematical sciences schools in Australia, and the University of Sydney is the only Australian university to have received the highest rating of 5 out of 5 for research in the mathematical sciences in every Australian Research Council Excellence in Research for Australia assessment to date.

As a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics you will have the opportunity to make a significant contribution to teaching and learning design, delivery, and evaluation while continuing to build your research contribution, expertise and impact. We are welcoming applicants from different research backgrounds who can bring their own research agenda, complementing the Schools’ current research foci, whilst benefiting from our supportive community of world-class mathematicians and statisticians. Applicants with expertise in computational Mathematics or optimization are particularly encouraged to apply.

About you

The University values courage and creativity; openness and engagement; inclusion and diversity; and respect and integrity. As such, we see the importance of recruiting talent aligned to these values and are looking for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer who has:

• a PhD in Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, Statistics, Data Science, or related areas
• evidence of independent research ability
• evidence of ability, versatility and commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching
• experience supervising research students
• a developing network of relationships with key academic, industry, and professional institutions, partners and stakeholders
• experience in supervising or mentoring others and/or coordinating team activities
• a developing knowledge and understanding of the key strategic issues in the discipline and higher education sector

For appointment at Level C, we would like to see evidence of:
• experience supervising students at postgraduate level
• experience lecturing applied mathematics, pure mathematics, statistics, or data science
• significant contribution to research and practice in the discipline, compatible with Senior Lecturer standards at The University of Sydney

To apply for this role, please submit the below three documents in addition to your CV, in support of your application:

  1. cover letter outlining your suitability for this position and indicating whether you are applying for this role at a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level.
  2. research statement, with a focus on where you see your research in 5 years
  3. teaching statement, with a focus on approaches you utilize for effective teaching in small and large class sizes

To keep our community safe, please be aware of our COVID safety precautions which form our conditions of entry for all staff, students and visitors coming to campus.

Pre-employment checks

Your employment is conditional upon the completion of all role required pre-employment or background checks in terms satisfactory to the University. Similarly, your ongoing employment is conditional upon the satisfactory maintenance of all relevant clearances and background check requirements. If you do not meet these conditions, the University may take any necessary step, including the termination of your employment.

EEO statement

At the University of Sydney, our shared values include diversity and inclusion and we strive to be a place where everyone can thrive. We are committed to creating a University community which reflects the wider community that we serve. We deliver on this commitment through our people and culture programs, as well as key strategies to increase participation and support the careers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, women, people living with a disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and those who identify as LGBTIQ. We welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds.

How to apply

For more information and to apply:

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The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.

The winners of this year’s AustMS Medal, George Szekeres Medal, Gavin Brown Prize, and Mahony-Neumann-Room Prize have been announced!

Our sincerest congratulations to this year’s AustMS awardees!

2022 AustMS Medal

Guoyin Li

2022 George Szekeres Medal

Igor Shparlinski

2022 Gavin Brown Prize

Mark Holmes and Edwin Perkins
On the range of lattice models in high dimensions
Probability Theory and Related Fields 176, no.3 (2020): 941-1009

2022 Mahony-Neumann -Room Prize

Satish K. Pandey and Vern I. Paulsen
A spectral characterization of AN operators
J. Aust. Math. Soc. 102 (2017), no. 3, 369–391.

Lecturer in Mathematical Sciences @QUT (women only)

Closing date: 5 December 2022
Campus: Gardens Point, School of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science, Academic Division, QUT
Remuneration: $AUD119,829 to AUD$142,312 pa (LEVB) (inclusive of $AUD101,257 to $AUD120,255 pa salary, 17% superannuation and 17.5% recreation leave loading)
Status: Ongoing, full-time basis

Open to women applicants only. The filling of this position is intended to promote equal opportunity for women in STEMM by improving the under-representation of women and constitutes a special/equal opportunity measure under section 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld).

For more information and to apply, please check the QUT Site.

Postdoctoral Research Associate – Mathematical Biology @Sydney

Closing date: 21 December 2022
Campus: School of Mathematics and Statistics, Darlington Campus, The University of Sydney
Remuneration: Base Salary Level A, $98,645 – $105,305 + 17% superannuation
Status: Full time fixed term for 18 months

The successful candidate will work under the supervision of Professor Mary Myerscough on the formulation and numerical solution of partial integro-differential equation models for the development of atherosclerotic plaques, which include structured population of macrophages and other immune cells.

For more information and to apply, please check the University of Sydney careers site.

Step up as an STA STEM Ambassador

Science & Technology Australia’s STEM Ambassadors program is now open for applications.

The STA STEM Ambassadors program pairs science and technology experts with their local Federal MP or Senator. Ambassadors meet with their Parliamentarian several times each year to discuss STEM topics of interest and enhance Parliamentarians’ access to STEM expertise.

This innovative program was created by STA in 2019, and has since trained 41 STEM Ambassadors matched with MPs and Senators.

In this new program intake, another 22 MPs and Senators from across the breadth of the Parliament have asked for a STEM Ambassador for 2023-24.

The STEM Ambassadors are drawn from Science & Technology Australia’s member organisations and come from a diverse range of academic backgrounds and interests.

STEM sector professionals who are members of STA member organisations are encouraged to apply for the program.

Applications close 9am AEDT Monday 7 November 2022.

Call for PhD Student Research Symposia in 2023 – Expressions of Interest

MATRIX and AMSI invite PhD students in the mathematical sciences around Australia to design and run their own research symposia in 2023. Students will be supported through:

  • assessment and guidance from the MATRIX Scientific Committee
  • promotion via the MATRIX and AMSI websites, email subscriber lists and twitter
  • video conferencing advice and guidance (if required)
  • access to the online collaboration platform Sococo (Q1-Q3 2023)
  • access to MATRIX facilities in Creswick for two selected symposia to meet in-person
  • collaboration awards through competitive application to our MATRIX-AMSI PhD Student Research Collaboration scheme

Further details:


Closing date for EOIs: Friday, 25 November 2022

Could you design the new AustMS logo?

The leading society representing the mathematics profession in Australia is about to undergo a rebrand – and we need your help! 

Mathematics is an incredibly broad topic to cover and we are having difficulty refining exactly what symbols and design elements represent the AustMS’s member base (i.e. you) and mathematics in general. So we’re asking for your help to come up with some ideas to use as a starting point to develop a new visual identity for AustMS.

You can submit a polished design with beautiful colours, or simply describe your idea with a quick sketch and some dot points – we don’t mind. All we ask is something that embodies what the AustMS and mathematics represent to you.

The winner will have the opportunity to work with us here at Miscible to develop, refine and transform their idea into a brand rollout for the AustMS and its members.

Please submit all designs/docs via email to and

Entries close on September 15, 2022.

Good luck!


Funding for EMCR activities through the Theo Murphy Initiative

Applications for funding by the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) to deliver activities that support early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) are now OPEN! EMCRs are invited to submit proposals to receive funding for activities to be delivered in the period early September 2022 – August 2023.
In its 2022–2023 round, the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) will fund interdisciplinary activities that provide research and career development opportunities for EMCRs in Australia. There are three streams of funding available: Flagship activities, Amplify activities and Participation support.

Applications close 5pm AEST on Friday 12 August 2022.

To learn more, please visit the Academy of Science site.

The Sydney Mathematical Research Institute (SMRI) International Visitor Program: applications open

The IVP2022 Round 2 applications are now open. Researchers in the mathematical sciences from international and Australian universities who wish to do research at SMRI either individually or as part of a group of collaborators are warmly invited to apply.

This round is for visits taking place between July 2023–June 2024 for general applicants, and March 2023–June 2024 for Australian citizens/permanent residents and New Zealand citizens.

Applications will close on 9 August 2022 (11.59pm AEST).

Applications with the information requested in the terms and conditions can be made through the webform found on the IVP webpage

Applications from female and gender-diverse researchers, researchers employed in developing countries and/or researchers belonging to other groups which are underrepresented in the mathematical sciences, are particularly encouraged.