RTG NSF Postdoctoral Positions
The Dynamics, Probability and PDE group at Cornell invites applications for postdoc positions (Visiting Assistant Professors) beginning July 1, 2018. These positions cover Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. They are funded by Cornell University and a Research Training Grant from the National Science Foundation. The usual term is three years, with a two course teaching load each year. The salary is $60,000 plus $13,000 supplemental summer support per year. The successful candidates will integrate the Dynamics, Probability and PDEs group and participate in in the RTG activities.
Applicants must be US citizens, nationals or permanent residents, who complete their PhD requirements on or after January 1, 2016 and before July 1, 2018. The Department actively encourages applications from women and minority candidates.
Deadline December 1, 2017.
How to Apply
For full consideration, applications and all supporting materials must be submitted electronically through MathJobs.org by the deadline stated above. Applications received after the deadline will be considered as positions remain. Early applications will be regarded favorably. Applicants will automatically be considered for all eligible positions.
Applications must include the following:
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- Research Statement
- Teaching Statement
- Publication List
- four letters of recommendation, at least one of which should address in some depth the teaching experience and ability of the candidate
Reference letter writers should be asked to submit their letters online through MathJobs.org. If they are unable to do so, they may send their letters to the following address: Recruiting Committee, Department of Mathematics, Malott Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-4201 USA; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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