Opportunities

  • Employment, teaching, and research opportunities @ IACS

IACS Postdoctoral Researcher

With an expected start date of January 5, 2015, the IACS postdoctoral researcher will carry out original research in computational science, supervise student projects, and contribute to the educational activities of the institute.

  • Funding

Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering (CDS&E)

NSF's Office of Cyberinfrastructure has opened several competitions under the new CDS&E program. For information see the OCI webpage.

  • Fellowships, competitions, summer study

IGERT Program in Geometry and Dynamics @ Brandeis

Brandeis University has been awarded an NSF grant to support interdisciplinary graduate training in the theory of stochastic processes, quantum and statistical field theory, geometry and topology, and the theory of complex dynamical systems. Information on the new graduate program is available at www.brandeis.edu/igert/, and application information is at www.brandeis.edu/gsas/.

Workshops and Semester-long Programs @ Brown's ICERM

Doctoral and postdoctoral scholars are invited to participate in exploratory programs at the new Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics at Brown University. Apply for funding and admission to a workshop at icerm.brown.edu

Assistantships and Fellowships in Mathematical Biology at the University of Utah

The Mathematical Biology program at the University of Utah provides for broad mathematical training with the opportunity to do cross-disciplinary research in a wide range of areas of modern biology. For more information, see www.math.utah.edu/research/mathbio.

Rowland Junior Fellows Program

Rowland Junior Fellows are selected to perform independent experimental research at the Rowland Institute at Harvard for five years, with full institutional support and access to the Institute's outstanding technical and scientific resources. The number of Rowland Junior Fellows will equal about ten, with on average two new appointments each year. Candidates in all the natural sciences (physics, chemistry, biology,...) as well as in engineering will be considered, with special attention given to interdisciplinary work and to the development of new experimental methods. Applications for September 2014 appointments will be due in November 2013.

  • Other opportunities

Internships at Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab, Cambridge

The MERL internship website lists various internship opportunities that may be suitable for students with training in computational science and engineering.

WorldMap Collaborative Sessions

The WorldMap Collaborative is a weekly workspace for Harvard faculty, students and staff who would like to address their individual research projects that involve Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and WorldMap more generally. See information at the Center for Geographic Analysis website.