FULL PROFESSOR POSITION IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS AT THE MATH DEPARTMENT

RESEARCH PROFILE

Université Côte d'Azur is seeking a leading expert in applied mathematics. The profile is very open with a priority given to the following domains: scientific computing, numerical analysis, optimisation, modelling, partial differential equations, probability/statistics. The position appears in section 26/25 of the National Council of Universities.

The recruited person will contribute to the activities of the J. A. Dieudonné research unit, of the Graduate School Spectrum, to the projects of the Academy of Complex Systems and of the Maison de la Simulation et des Interactions by working in the following directions: the analysis or the  simulation of complex systems, mathematical modeling, the study, conception, developement or exploitation of techniques for data analysis and AI. He will be able to interact with the other research units of Université Côte dAzur or the other research insitutes nearby. 

TEACHING

The regular teaching load is about 190 hr/yr. There are opportunities for a reduction of the teaching duties.
The recruited colleague may be called to teach at any level of the 5 years of the university training.
He is expected to be committed to the developement of the Master in Mathematical Engineering, which
 is now open to   alternated training and apprenticeship.

INFORMATION AND APPLICATION

The hiring process is managed through the national plateform GALAXIE : https://galaxie.enseignementsuprecherche.gouv.fr/antares/can/index.jsp

Interviews will take place in May, 2023.

Université Côte d’Azur is an Equal Opportunity employer. You will work in a lively, and inspiring working environment with enthusiastic colleagues in an internationally open organization. The J. A. Dieudonné laboratory offers a unique working environment in a beautiful campus.The French Riviera is a very desirable place to live, with direct access to the sea and mountains within one-hour drive from the city.

Further information can be obtained from the math department (philippe.maisonobe@univ-cotedazur.fr), the research unit (yves.dangelo@univ-cotedazur.fr) or their scientific board (thierry.goudon@univ-cotedazur.fr)