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Multiple postdoctoral positions are currently open in our research
group, focusing on structures and dynamics in networks. Successful
candidates will have the opportunity to work with a wide range of
interdisciplinary networks interests locally at UNC and Duke and with
national and international collaborators of our group. If desired,
applicants with the requisite teaching experience will be considered for
a teaching assignment in Mathematics. A Ph.D. or equivalent in Applied
Mathematics, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics or closely
related field is required. The initial appointment is for 12 months,
renewable based on satisfactory performance.
Previous research experience in the study of networks is required.
Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated expertise in
clustering, community detection, modeling infection/information spread,
or networked dynamical systems, for example as encountered in analyzing
and modeling diverse data sets describing temporal networks and/or
network samples as encountered in social relationships, medical
diagnostic information, material interactions, or chemical reactions.
Applications must be submitted online at
Peter J. Mucha
Chair, Department of Applied Physical Sciences,
Bowman and Gordon Gray Professor of Mathematics,
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
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