- [Portugal] 2 Post Doctoral Positions in Mathematical Physics at The University of Lisbon
- [UK] School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science Post Doctoral Research Assistant at Queen Mary University of London
- [UK] PhD Studentship in Analysis of Seed Processing by Distinct Element Method at University of Leeds
2 Post Doctoral Positions in Mathematical Physics at The University of Lisbon
The Group of Mathematical Physics of the University of Lisbon (gfm.cii.fc.ul.pt/en), Portugal, invites applications for two research post-doctoral positions in Mathematics within the scope of the following Portuguese Science Foundation project.
Eigenvalues of the Laplacian: analytic, geometric and computational aspects (PTDC/MAT/101007/2008)
Positions are for one year, starting before the end of January 2012, and they might be extended for a second year upon mutual agreement – the extension will be dependent on the existence of extra funding. The salary is 17 940 euros/yr (tax free), and there are no teaching duties associated with the position. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Mathematics (or equivalent) obtained preferably after January 1, 2008 and must show very strong research promise in (at least) one of the relevant areas for the project:
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science Post Doctoral Research Assistant at Queen Mary University of London
Applications are invited for a one-year Post Doctoral Research position at Queen Mary, University of London, on an EPSRC funded project with the title “Information flows and Information bottlenecks in Network Coding” in collaboration with Professor Peter Cameron from the School of Mathematical Sciences and Dr. Søren Riis from the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science.
The research area is somewhat interdisciplinary: involving the interface of Discrete Mathematics, Graph Theory, Multi-user Information Theory and Complexity Theory.
PhD Studentship in Analysis of Seed Processing by Distinct Element Method at University of Leeds
The award of a PhD studentship by Syngenta Ltd has provided an opportunity for an exciting PhD research programme on seed processing at the Institute of Particle Science and Engineering, University of Leeds.
The overall aim of the project is to develop a capability for predicting the performance of seed processing operations, such as mixing, coating and attrition based on seed properties and the dynamics of the processing operations. It is proposed to characterise the mechanical properties of seeds, develop models and simulate seed processing operations based on DEM and predict and validate process characteristics. The choice of process equipment will be identified at the project start. The rationale for the proposed work arises from the need to develop simulation capability for quick checking of operation characteristics for improved efficiency and product performance.
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