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Assistant Professor in Predictive Modelling and Scientfic Computing

A new Assistant Professor (R+T) position in WCPM is now open for applications, associated with our new MSc in Predictive Modelling and Scientific Computing.

 

We are open to appointments in any aspect of predictive modelling and scientific computing research consistent with the activities of the Warwick Centre for Predictive Modelling and the facilities available in the School and the University. Those with backgrounds in mathematical and statistical foundations of predictive modelling, or in in its application to physics-based uncertainty quantification (for example aligned with existing WCPM strength areas such as continuum solid or fluid mechanics, environmental sustainability, energy, materials science) are particularly encouraged to apply. The appointee will complement existing activity in the School or establish new activity, and it is expected the research will have a computational focus. Consideration will be given to alignment with existing research facilities, including those in the University‚Äôs Research Technology Platforms.

Application page: University of Warwick Job Search: Assistant Professor in Predictive Modelling and Scientific Computing (107274-0323) (wcn.co.uk)Link opens in a new window. The application deadline is 30 April 2023. Links with the HetSys and MathSys Centres for Doctoral Training and with new initiatives such as CAMaCS are also encouraged, and are detailed in the Further Particulars.

Mon 27 Mar 2023, 09:57

MSc in Predictive Modelling and Scientific Computing Open for Applications

Our new MSc course in Predictive Modelling and Scientific Computing is now open for applications for an October 2023 start. Full details can be found on the course webpage or by contacting the course coordinator, Dr Peter Brommer.

Thu 08 Dec 2022, 21:29

December Industry Study Group

Together with the HetSys CDT, WCPM is hosting an Industry Study Group featuring challenges from National Grid ESO and Adjacency. The event runs from 12th to 14th December in the Radcliffe conference centre on campus at Warwick.

Thu 08 Dec 2022, 21:26

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