Director of Sientific Computing (fwd)
Eugene.Leitl at lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Fri Mar 30 01:00:12 PST 2001
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Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 09:42:06 +0100
From: Stuart Mackenzie <msshc at WARWICK.AC.UK>
To: MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS-NEWS at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
Subject: Director of Sientific Computing
Apologies for possible multiple postings
I would be grateful if you would bring the following advertisement to the
attention of any suitably qualified colleagues.
Dr Stuart Mackenzie,
Lecturer in Physical Chemistry,
Department of Chemistry,
University of Warwick,
tel. 02476 523241
fax. 02476 524112
UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
Director of The Centre for Scientific Computing
The University is establishing a new Centre for Scientific
Computing which will be inter-disciplinary in nature. In its initial
phases, the University will provide up to six academic and
technical staff positions to launch this development. The first
step is to seek a Director at Professorial level. The Director will
be closely involved in appointing other colleagues and will be
expected to develop the Centre, shape its intellectual profile and
nurture its growth into a major research enterprise. It is also
intended that the Centre will become involved in graduate
education. The successful candidate should have an international
reputation for research, a significant proportion of which is
computationally intensive, and a broad vision for the
development of computationally-based research in the sciences,
engineering and other academic areas.
The individual will be attached to a particular Department
although their role will be primarily within the Centre. Currently
the seven Departments engaged in the Centre's development are
Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering,
Mathematics, Physics and Statistics. However, applicants from
any area are encouraged to apply.
Salary will be within the Professorial range.
For further information see
Informal enquiries about the post may be made to Professor
Stuart Palmer, Chair of the Search Committee (tel: 02476
523399; e-mail: S.B.Palmer at warwick.ac.uk)
Further particulars can be obtained from the Personnel Office,
University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL. Telephone: 024
7652 3627 and from jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/AC1076.html.
Applications (3 copies) should name three referees.
Please quote Ref No. 35/3A/00. The closing date for
applications is: 11 May 2001.
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