WIMSIG Job Opportunities
Sydney Mathematical Research Institute (SMRI) International Visitor Program: applications open
The IVP2023 February Round 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 January — December 2024 for general applicants, and October 2023 — December 2024 for Australian & New Zealand citizens.
Applications will close on Tuesday 21 February 2023 (23:59 AEDT).
Applications with the information requested in the terms and conditions can be made through the webform found on the IVP webpage https://mathematical-research-institute.sydney.edu.au/international-visitor-program/.
If you have existing or potential research collaborators who may want to spend some time working at SMRI, please direct them to the website and encourage them to apply.
(NB: The next application deadline is expected to open between June and August 2023.)
Heidelberg Laureate Forum
The 10th Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF) will take place in Heidelberg, Germany from 24th–29th September 2023.
Applications for participation at the 10th HLF are open in three categories: Undergraduate/Pre-Master, Graduate PhD, and PostDocs. The application period for the 10th HLF runs from 11th November 2022 until 11th February 2023.
Young researchers at all phases of their careers (Undergraduate/Pre-Master, Graduate PhD, or PostDocs) are encouraged to complete and submit their applications by 11th February 2023 (midnight CET).
See the webpage https://application.heidelberg-laureate-forum.org for the online application and nomination forms
Auckland Bioengineering Institute (New Zealand)
Two PhD Scholarships in Mathematical Biology
- Electrophysiology of menstruation; a multiscale modelling approach
- Using agent-based modelling to understand how structural characteristics affect endometriotic lesion dynamics
For more information, contact Dr Claire Miller via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
University of Virginia (USA)
University of Virginia (UVa) is currently working to improve representation of women and students from other groups traditionally underrepresented in mathematics. The UVa graduate program offers full support to PhD students, with paid tuition and fees as well as a living stipend through a modest teaching assistantship. For more information, please visit https://math.virginia.edu/graduate/.