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Visiting Positions at the University of Texas at Dallas
 
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R Ober, (ober@utdallas.edu)
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2002 11:32 am    
Subject: Visiting Positions at the University of Texas at Dallas
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Visiting Positions at the University of Texas at Dallas


POSITION: Up to four visiting assistant professorships anticipated
in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics.

APPOINTMENT: September 1, 1994. Applications accepted until position
filled. Appointments up to three years in duration.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Research and teaching in Mathematics and Applied
Mathematics. Two course teaching load per semester.

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or the
equivalent. Evidence of strong interest in and potential
for research required.

PROGRAMS: The program offers Ph.D., M.S., M.A.T., and B.S. degrees.
Currently we cover Applied Mathematics, Statistics and
Mathematics, and have about 71 graduate and 77
undergraduate majors.

FACILITIES: The Program has access to a variety of computers on
campus, including a Convex C-3, a 64 processor NCUBE, and
a network of Sun's, all connected via Ethernet. Each
faculty and TA office has either a Sun workstation or an
X-terminal connected to one of three SPARCserver 10s.
The University also has access to the UT-System's CRAY
X-MP.

UNIVERSITY: The University of Texas at Dallas was formed in 1969
from the Southwest Center for Advanced Studies, a
private research foundation. The University is located
in a northern suburb of Dallas, Texas, in close proximity
to several high technology industries.

SALARY: Competetive.

Applications including a resume and at least three letters of reference
should be addressed to: L. R. Hunt, Programs in Mathematical Sciences,
EC 35, The University of Texas at Dallas, P.O. Box 830688, Richardson,
Texas, 75083-0688. Area of research should be detailed using the
Mathematical Review subject classification scheme.
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