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- Mathematical Modeling with Applications, Morocco, Apr 2019
- Professor Position, Applied Analysis, TU Dortmund Univ, Germany
- Postdoc Position, Computational Mathematics, Umea Univ, Sweden
- Postdoc Position, PDE Constrained Optimization, George Mason Univ
- Postdoc Positions, Data Science or Mathbio, Michigan State
- PhD Position, Computational Mathematics, NTNU, Norway
- Contents, Proc Institute of Applied Mathematics, 7 (2)

From: khalide jbilou jbilou@univ-littoral.fr

Date: December 24, 2018

Mathematical Modeling with Applications M2A19

Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco

April, 1--4, 2019.

https://m2a19.univ-littoral.fr/

The conference is dedicated to Gerard Meurant for his 70th Birthday

MAIN TOPICS: Large linear systems and preconditioning, eigenvalue

problems. Linear algebra and control, model reduction. Ill-posed

problems, Image processing. Numerical methods for PDEs.

Approximation,Optimisation. Applied Statistics. Applications: Signal

processing, financial computation, learning machine.

PLENARY SPEAKERS: C. Brezinski, France; G. Meurant, France; F. Dopico,

Spain; Y. Saad, USA; H. Sadok, France; P. Van Dooren, Belgium.

Important Dates:

January 15, 2019 - Deadline for submission of titles and abstracts

February 15, 2019 - Deadline for registration

The proceedings of the conference will appear as a special volume of

the journal " Numerical Algorithms", subject to a regular refereeing

process.

For more informations, please refer to the web page:

https://m2a19.univ-littoral.fr/

or contact us at: m2a19@univ-littoral.fr or at:

jbilou@univ-littoral.fr

From: Magdalena ThÃ¶ne Magdalena.Thoene@math.tu-dortmund.de

Date: December 28, 2018

The Faculty of Mathematics at TU Dortmund University is seeking to

fill the position of a Professor (W1) in "Applied Analysis" starting

as soon as possible. The Professor should represent "Applied Analysis"

in research and teaching.

TU Dortmund University is seeking a scientist holding an excellent PhD

and having a national and international reputation with peer-reviewed

publications in the field of nonlinear partial differential equations.

The focus of research should be in a modern field of applied analysis,

for example homogenization, degenerate or rate-independent equations,

variational methods or stochastic partial differential equations. The

reference to applications such as fluid mechanics, continuum

mechanics, wave equations, porous media, free boundary value problems

or geometric problems is desired. The research interests of the

applicants should be complementary to the research activities of the

Faculty of Mathematics. The applicants should contribute to

interdisciplinary collaborative research projects within and outside

TU Dortmund University. First experience in the acquisition of

third-party funding is an asset. An adequate contribution to the

faculty's teaching curriculum is expected. The present Faculty's study

programmes include Mathematics, Technomathematics, Mathematics and

Economics as well as Mathematics for teaching at schools.

For detailed information, please visit:

http://www.mathematik.tu-dortmund.de/de/index/aktuelles/meldungen/Ausschreibung-W1-

Analysis-2018-12-27.html

or:

https://service.tu-dortmund.de/professuren

From: Andre Massing andre.massing@umu.se

Date: December 27, 2018

The Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

(www.math.umu.se) at Umea University is seeking a candidate for a

postdoctoral researcher position at UMIT Research Lab to work with

Andre Massing on the ESSENCE funded project "An Open Source HPC Cut

Finite Element Software Platform".

In this project we employ and advance a novel discretization

framework, the Cut Finite Element Method (CutFEM), to develop a

simulation platform for complex multiphysics flows arising, for

instance, in the modeling of droplet-based microfluidic devices,

dynamics of foams, or cell motility. The main task of the project is

to provide one of the existing open source and massively parallelized

finite element platforms such as deal.ii (https://dealii.org/) or mfem

(http://mfem.org/) with modern, state-of-the-art CutFEM capabilities,

and to apply the resulting simulation platform to a number of

challenging multiphase flow problems.

The project requires a sound working knowledge in the implementation

of finite element methods and good programming skills in C++.

Experience with large-scale computing and/or an open source, C++-based

finite element framework such as FEniCS, deal.ii, mfem, ngsolve, DUNE

etc. are considered merits.

The position is a two-years full-time research employment without

teaching duties that will open March 2019, or as otherwise agreed.

For further details and to apply, please visit:

https://www.umu.se/en/work-with-us/open-positions/postdoctoral-position-2-years-in-

computational-mathematics_244067/

Application deadline is the 25th of January, 2019 at 23:59 CET.

For further information, please contact Assist. Prof. Andre Massing

(andre.massing@umu.se).

From: Harbir Antil hantil@gmu.edu

Date: December 26, 2018

There is PostDoc position available at Department of Mathematical

Sciences, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA with focus on PDE

Constrained Optimization.

More details are available here

https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/13295

Please contact Harbir Antil at

hantil@gmu.edu

if you are interested in applying.

From: Guewei wei weig@msu.edu

Date: December 26, 2018

Two postdoctoral associate positions are available at the Wei group at

the Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University. Research

topics can be either one or an arbitrary combination of the follows:

1) machine learning/deep learning theory and application.

2) data analysis with either algebraic topology, differential

geometry, graph theory, combinatorics, or other mathematical tools.

3) mathematical molecular bioscience and biophysics, and

4) drug design and discovery.

Ideal candidates should have much coding experience and solid training

in mathematics. Requirements include a Ph.D. in either mathematics or

other quantitative sciences, such as biophysics, computational

chemistry, and computer science. These positions are partially funded

by NSF, NIH, Pfizer, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Detroit Medical

Center. Successful candidates have opportunities to work with world

top performers on computer-aided drug design (winners of the D3R Grand

Challenge competitions), and Pfizer and Bristol-Myers Squibb

scientists. Interested candidates should apply to Mathjobs and send a

note to weig@msu.edu.

From: Andre Massing andre.massing@umu.se

Date: December 27, 2018

A new PhD fellowship in computational mathematics is available at the

Department of Mathematical Sciences at the Norwegian University of

Science and Technology (https://www.ntnu.edu/).

The PhD project will focus on the development and application of novel

computational tools for the accurate and efficient simulation of

complex multiphysics flows. Such flows play an important role in many

environmental and engineering applications, for instance, in the

combat of oil spills, the design of droplet-based microfluidic

devices, and the modeling of cell motion.

We are looking for a highly motivated candidate with a sound

background in numerical mathematics and a strong interest for

developing novel numerical schemes and applying them to challenging

application problems in science and engineering. The project requires

good programming skills, preferably in C++, and basic knowledge in

partial differential equations and their numerical

solution. Knowledge/interest in fluid mechanics and/or scientific

computing are considered merits. Experience with open source finite

element libraries such as FEniCS, deal.ii, mfem, ngsolve, DUNE

etc. are advantageous but not required.

The successful candidate will be offered a three-year, full-time

research position. The Department may offer a twelve month extension

as a teaching assistant. The work place will be Trondheim.

For further details and to apply, please visit:

https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/162106/phd-fellowship-in-computational-

mathematics

Application deadline is the 31st of January, 2019.

For further information, please contact the Head of Department, Einar

Ronquist (einar.ronquist@ntnu.no) or Assoc. Prof. Andre Massing

(currently reachable via andre.massing@umu.se).

From: Fikret Aliev, proceedings.iam@gmail.com

Date: December 26, 2018

Fikret A. Aliev, M.M. Mutallimov, I.A. Maharramov, New sweep algorithm

for solving a linear quadratic optimization problem with unseparated

two-point boundary conditions

A.O. Mostafa, Meromorphic Subclasses of p-valent Functions Involving

Certain Operator

H.K. Musaev, Linear degenerate convolution-elliptic equations with

parameters

B. Basavanagoud, Anand P. Barangi, Sunilkumar M. Hosamani, First

neighbourhood zagreb index of some nanostructures

E. A. Gasymov, Application of finite integral transformation method to

the solution of mixed problems for parabolic equations with a control

A.G. Nagiyev, F.A. Aliyeva, G.A. Naghiev, Vibrational management in

one class models with differential equations in partial derivatives

with the criterion of maximum average quality

A.B. Ramazanov, Accuracy of the gradient algorithm in tasks with -

coordinate-convexity criterion functions

Fikret A. Aliev, N.A. Aliev, N.A. Safarova, N.I. Velieva, Algorithm

for solution the Cauchy problem for stationary linear systems of

ordinary differential equations of fractional order

T.K. Yuldashev, Determination of coefficient in differential equation

with two dimensional whitham operator of higher power

Fikret A. Aliev , E.R. Shafizade,A.B. Ramazanov, Discrete Dynamic

model of GDP in Azerbaijan

R.Shikhlinskaya, E. Nasibov, S.Peker, Applying the fuzzy inference

using wabl defuzzification method to fuzzy controls

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