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uk: Research Fellow in Genomics and Psychiatric Genetics (100%)

             
Jul
3
Jun
05
University College London (UCL), Division of Psychology and Language Sciences - Clinical Eduation and Health Psychology; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a Research Fellow at the Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology at University College London (UCL); This position provides an exciting opportunity to join I-RISK (Intergenerational-RISK), a European Research Council funded project aiming to identify causal intergenerational risk factors for child mental illness. Mental illnesses account for 32% of years lived with disability. Critically, 50% of mental illnesses are established before age 1...      The ideal candidate must have a PhD (or be in the process of completing their PhD) in a relevant subject area (e.g. genomics, psychiatric genetics or epidemiological and developmental psychiatry), possess excellent statistical modeling skills and knowledge of genetic methods and software, and have a record of high quality publications

uk: Research Fellow in Epidemiology & Mental Health (100%)

             
Jul
3
Jun
05
University College London (UCL), Division of Psychology and Language Sciences - Clinical Eduation and Health Psychology; London, United Kingdom
This position provides an exciting opportunity to join Intergenerational-RISK (I-RISK), a European Research Council funded project aiming to identify causal intergenerational pathways linking parental risk factors to child mental illness. Mental illnesses account for 32% of years lived with disability. Critically, 50% of mental illnesses are established before age 14 years. It is thus imperative to better understand the causes of early psychiatric symptoms in childhood if we are to design effect...      The ideal candidate must have a PhD (or be in the process of completing their PhD) in a relevant subject area (e.g. epidemiological or developmental psychiatry, statistics, genomics), possess excellent statistical modeling skills, ideally including meta-analyses and mediation, and have a record of high quality publications. Knowledge of epigenetic and brain data analyses is a plus

uk: PhD studentship: Using genetic methods to understand the effect of parental risk factors on child mental health (4 y)

             
Jul
12
Jun
05
University College London (UCL), Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology; London, United Kingdom
The studentship is part of I-RISK (Intergenerational-RISK), a large European Research Commission funded project, capitalising on data from four birth cohorts in the UK, the Netherlands and Norway. The student will therefore become a part of an international, cross-disciplinary team implementing cutting-edge methods in psychiatric genetics. At UCL, the successful candidate will be part of a vibrant lab with a dedicated group of 4 postdoctoral fellows and 2 PhD students focusing on the intergenera...      Applicants should have a first or 2: 1 degree and a Masters in genetic epidemiology, behavioural genetics, statistics, epidemiology, psychology/psychiatry or related sciences. They should have advanced statistical and programming skills and be confident in participating to complex methodological research, including based on simulations and advanced genetic methods for complex traits. They must have achieved a level of research training which would allow them to proceed to a MPhil/PhD and they sh...

uk: PhD studentship: Environmental and biological mechanisms on the pathway from parental risk to child mental health (4 y)

             
Jul
12
Jun
05
University College London (UCL), Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology; London, United Kingdom
The studentship is part of I-RISK (Intergenerational-RISK), a large European Research Council-funded project, capitalising on data from four birth cohorts in the UK, the Netherlands and Norway. The student will therefore become a part of an international, cross-disciplinary team implementing cutting-edge methods. At UCL, the successful candidate will be part of a vibrant lab with a dedicated group of 4 postdoctoral fellows and 2 PhD students focusing on the intergenerational transmission of risk...      Applicants should have a first or 2: 1 degree and a Masters in epidemiology, statistics, psychology/psychiatry or related sciences. They should have advanced statistical and programming skills and be confident in participating to complex methodological research, including based on simulations. Familiarity with meta-analytic methods and mediation analysis is a plus. They must have achieved a level of research training which would allow them to proceed to a MPhil/PhD and they should fulfil require...

uk: Principal Statistical Programmer (Remote)

             
Jun
04
Clinipace; High Wycombe, United Kingdom
The Principal Statistical Programmer is responsible for all aspects related to programming activities for the data preparation and analysis of clinical data. Duties include creating all datasets, tables, listings and figures according to the specific project Statistical Analysis Plan (SAP) as well as coordinating Quality Control efforts and implementing all programming required for study/project completion. The Principal Statistical Programmer serves as a project lead and project manager for sta...      BSc, MSc or equivalent experience in information technology, mathematics, statistics or medical documentation; Minimum of 8 years experience in processing and analysing clinical trial data or demonstrated aptitude for statistical programming work; > 6 years practical experience in the use of a statistical software package (like SAS or R) with respect to all aspects of software development and validation

uk: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Genetic Epidemiology

             
Jul
3
Jun
04
University College London (UCL), Institute of Health Informatics; London, United Kingdom
We are seeking a talented research scientist interested in leveraging the unique characteristics of genetically diverse samples from large populations to study heart failure and cardiomyopathy. You will have the opportunity to lead high impact research working with great data and a supportive team; Genetic association studies have identified thousands of disease-associated loci however linkage disequilibrium and allelic heterogeneity have challenged efforts to uncover underlying disease mechanis...      The ideal candidate will have a PhD (or equivalent experience) in genetics, bioinformatics, epidemiology, or medical statistics and a keen interest in human genetics. You will be motivated and resourceful and able to work effectively as a collaborative team member. We place a strong emphasis on supporting career development and on the potential for scientific independence; You will be based at the UCL Institute for Health informatics and the UCL Genetics Institute in central London

uk: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Urban Meteorology and Environmental Modelling

             
Jul
3
Jun
04
University College London (UCL), The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources - Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering; London, United Kingdom
The UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering (UCL IEDE) delivers world-leading research, teaching and enterprise towards a goal of making our buildings, towns and cities better places in which to live, with a focus on health, human well-being, productivity, energy use and climate change; We are seeking a post-doctoral research fellow/senior fellow to take part in a new Wellcome Trust funded project named HEROIC (Health and Economic impacts of Reducing Overheating in Cities). This...      The ideal candidate is a highly quantitative and analytical person with a PhD or equivalent experience in physics, climate, environmental, or atmospheric sciences or a related quantitative field, and a keen interest in multi-disciplinary research. They should have experience of configuring and running climate or meteorological models (e.g. WRF) and analysing output, and ideally, experience of using large geographical and environmental datasets

uk: Research Fellow in Programming Principles, Logic, and Verification (100%)

             
Jul
3
Jun
04
University College London (UCL), Computer Science; London, United Kingdom
Research Fellow in Programming Principles, Logic, and Verification (PPLV), Department of Computer Science, UCL; The role will be jointly managed by Prof. Byron Cook, and Prof David Pym at UCL. With Collaboration with Dr. Pavle Subotic at Amazon and Evan Chang at Amazon/University Colorado Boulder; The PPLV group conducts world-leading research in logical and algebraic methods and their applications to program and systems modelling and verification. The Interface Reasoning for Interacting Systems...      Applicants must hold, or be about to receive, a PhD in logic, theoretical computer science, or a closely related area. The candidate should be able to converse in logic and programming theory, and be able to program to the level of constructing prototype software tools to test scientific hypotheses. Good communication skills are essential

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Jul
15
Jun
04
University College London (UCL), UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a Research Fellow in the Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology under the supervision of Professor Huw Morris. This is an outstanding opportunity to work independently on the new MRC funded MD-GAP project linking genetics with pathology - Defining and diagnosing neurodegenerative movement disorders through integrated analysis of Genetics and neuroPathology (MD-GAP). The project will involve cutting edge genetic anal...      Applicants should have a PhD in a relevant discipline and experience in genetics and/or molecular pathology and/or data driven approaches to pathology. The ability to write clearly and succinctly for publication is essential, as is the ability to organise own work without extensive supervision and to prioritise own work in response to deadlines. Strong problem solving abilities, a flexible approach to work, the ability to present research findings with authority and coherence to a variety of aud...

uk: Private Equity Research & Portfolio Associate Partner

             
Jun
03
Aon; London, United Kingdom
Demonstrate initiative and ownership of client and research-related work; Exhibit strong knowledge of private equity investment vehicles and industries as well as investment theory/practice and the ability to apply this knowledge to client work; Ability to manage and deliver complex work and client projects without supervision.This includes making presentations to and dealing directly with clients on most Aon Hewitt advice without assistance/presence of a Partner; Provide leadership that contrib...      Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) is required, preferably in Finance, Economic, Math, Business or related discipline, or equivalent years of industry experience; Completion of MBA or CFA is preferred; and; Commitment to professional development, demonstration of ongoing education in the field of Investment Consulting and Manager Research specifically in the Private Equity and or Infrastructure asset class(es)

uk: Associate Technical Consultant

             
Jun
03
SAS; London, United Kingdom
Analyse the requirements of the Solution component and work closely with customers, R&D and team members to ensure consistency and reusability of output; Provide support, consultancy and enablement to SAS project teams in deliveries making use of the developed Solutions; Work on the development of specific Solutions servicing the needs of projects with high profile banking, insurance, government, and healthcare clients worldwide; Design and develop innovative solutions to business requiremen...      A high quality degree in a technical or numerate subject, especially mathematics, physics or computer science; Exceptional analytical and problem solving skills; An interest in technology and coding, and how it can be applied to problem solving (ideally backed up with programming experience); A “self-starter” who will show creativity and initiative to make things happen with self-management skills; A desire to broaden their skills base and work across multiple disciplines (e.g. development, ...

uk: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow: MRI Physicist

             
Jun
30
Jun
03
University College London (UCL), UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging; London, United Kingdom
The Physics group at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging (aka The FIL) seeks a highly-motivated individual to work on MRI methodology research aiming to better understand the workings of the human brain in health and disease. The Centres extensive facilities include a new 7T Siemens Terra; two 3T Siemens Prisma MRI scanners (including an optical motion tracking system for prospective motion correction); a CTF-Omega 275-channel Magnetoencephalography (MEG) system; a dedicated facility mobi...      Applicants must have a PhD (Senior Research Fellow) or, if not already held, the PhD must be obtained by the agreed start-date (Research Fellow applicants only) in a topic related to MRI physics. Strong programming expertise (e.g. Matlab or C/C ) and expert modelling the MRI signal, e.g. as part of image formation, biophysical modelling, or Bloch/EPG simulations is also essential. Applicants must be specialised in at least two (Research Fellow) or three (Senior Research Fellow) of the following:...

uk: Research Fellow in Bioinformatics (100%)

             
Jul
2
Jun
03
University College London (UCL), Institute of Ophthalmology; London, United Kingdom
There is an opportunity for a bioinformatician to work as part of a multidisciplinary team of geneticists, clinicians and cell biologists, and with established collaborators, to explore the genetics of retinal diseases; The post would suit an ambitious individual with strong programming skills, an interest in genetics and research, and with prior bioinformatics experience in analysing short-read sequencing data (DNA-seq or RNA-seq) and running bioinformatics pipelines. The candidate will also be...      The successful applicant should have a PhD (or equivalent) in a relevant subject, strong programming skills, excellent communication skills, with an interest in learning new skills in a high-quality research environment. (S)he will be experienced in computer programming and running bioinformatics pipelines. Understanding of biology and genetics is not essential but the candidate must be willing to learn aspects relevant to their work

uk: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Public Health Data Science

             
Jun
30
Jun
03
University College London (UCL), Institute of Health Informatics; London, United Kingdom
The postholder will develop an exemplar research study using an existing linked education-health dataset of 2 million children born over a four year period. This work will then be used to develop and validate linkage for the entire population (the All Years Dataset), based on linking health and education records for all children in England. The exemplar study will: validate linkage and other aspects of data quality; generate policy-relevant exemplar research; produce a metadata report for wider ...      The candidate must have demonstrable experience of high quality research as part of a multi-disciplinary team (eg, PhD in statistics, epidemiology, economics, computer science, health informatics), working knowledge of data linkage techniques, statistical methods and software and experience of information and data management, particularly for large administrative datasets

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Jul
2
Jun
03
University College London (UCL), Institute of Ophthalmology; London, United Kingdom
The Cortical Processing Laboratory at University College London seeks two highly motivated postdoctoral researchers to work at the interface of computational and experimental neuroscience, under the supervision of Profs. Matteo Carandini and Kenneth Harris. The successful applicants will study the activity of large populations of neurons in the brain of behaving mice; Our group investigates the circuits and computations that lead from vision to recognition, decision, action, and navigation. We r...      Applicants should have a PhD or equivalent in neuroscience, engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, or a similar field, and an ability to work in a diverse group including computational and experimental neurobiologists. Experience with in vivo electrophysiology, functional imaging, and behavioral training is desirable, but outstanding candidates who are willing to learn these skills are also invited to apply. Essential requirements are also experience with; analyzing large data sets...

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Jul
2
Jun
03
University College London (UCL), Division of Biosciences - Research Department of Genetics, Evolution & Environment; London, United Kingdom
Working in Professor Ziheng Yangs group at UCL the post holder will work on a project developing statistical methods and computer software to estimate species divergence times integrating information in genomic sequence data and in the fossil record and morphological characters. The project involves close collaborations with Dr Mario dos Reis of Queen Mary University London and Professor Philip Donoghue of the University of Bristol; The successful candidate will participate in the development of...      We seek a research scientist with expertise in computer programming (such as C, R, and Python), Bayesian inference (MCMC), and molecular phylogenetics; A PhD (or working towards a PhD) in one of the following areas is essential: computational statistics, computer science, molecular evolution and phylogenetics, and evolutionary and population genetics. Individuals with a biology PhD are invited to apply if they can demonstrate strong statistical/computational skills. Ability to work in a multi-di...

uk: Research Assistant in Auditory Neuroscience (100%)

             
Jul
3
Jun
03
University College London (UCL), UCL Ear Institute; London, United Kingdom
The UCL Ear Institute provides state-of-the-art research facilities across a wide range of disciplines and is one of the foremost centres for hearing, speech and language-related research within Europe; We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated Research Assistant and Laboratory Manager to provide essential support for ongoing research aimed at developing transformative treatments for deafness and hearing problems      Applicants should hold a 1st class, or upper 2nd (or equivalent) BSc or MSc degree in an engineering or Neuroscience-related subject. Previous experience with neuroscience research, functional brain imaging and/or acoustics is desirable

uk: Research Assistant (100%)

             
Jul
15
Jun
03
University College London (UCL), UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a Research Assistant in the Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology under the supervision of Professor Huw Morris. This is an outstanding opportunity to work independently on the new MRC funded MD-GAP project linking genetics with pathology - Defining and diagnosing neurodegenerative movement disorders through integrated analysis of Genetics and neuroPathology (MD-GAP). The project will involve cutting edge genetic a...      Applicants should have an Honours Degree (min 2: 1) in a relevant discipline and IT proficiency at advanced user level. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential, as are strong problem solving abilities, a flexible approach to work and excellent time management. An interest in research and a commitment to supporting high quality research is also a requirement. Previous experience of coordinating multi-centre studies is desirable, as is experience of genotyping and genetics re...

uk: Consultant

             
Jun
02
d-fine GmbH; London, United Kingdom
Quantitatively and qualitatively modelling risk; Building new tools; Data analysis; Model validation; Mathematical modelling; Software development; Develop project specifications, present solutions and write reports; Build up skills and expertise that can be shared and leveraged within the firm      Outstanding university degree (Master/PhD) in physics, mathematics, computer science or natural, engineering or economic sciences with a corresponding quantitative, analytical or technological specialisation; English language proficiency; Possess significant IT knowledge coupled with strong programming skills; Familiar with at least one of the following subjects: mathematical statistics, numerical analysis, simulation techniques (e.g. Monte Carlo), optimisation methods (e.g. simulated annealing)...

uk: Python Quant Developer

             
May
29
Schroders plc; London, United Kingdom
We're looking for a passionate Python technologist, preferably with a quant based background, to work within the Systematic Investments Technology team. The team support a growing quantitative investment business who currently have ~£28bn assets under management. You'll work with likeminded technologists, with a variety of skill sets, focused on building best of breed data processing and analytical tools for processes such as portfolio construction, optimisation and performanc...      Strong Python development experience, preferably in an enterprise environment; Python library knowledge including packages such as pandas, numpy and numba; Experience with both SQL and NoSQL database platforms; A drive to deliver with an ability to own a piece of work from start to finish; An understanding of data structures and common data transformation methodologies; Able to work in a modern software engineering environment, using Agile and DevOps methodologies and tools including Scrum, git ...

uk: P&C Actuarial Manager - Contract (100%)

             
May
29
Placement through Fenchurch Associates; United Kingdom
Managing tasks within the team to ensure deliverables are on time and to a high standard; Overseeing junior analysts and providing technical and personal development support; Managing the reserve reviews across the Motor and Home portfolios and working alongside the Chief Actuary to agree the Actuarial Best Estimate; Reporting results to internal parties including Reserve and Audit Committees and producing and reviewing formal Actuarial reports; Performing monthly Actual vs Expected analysis for...      Qualified Actuary with strong general insurance experience with Retail UK Motor and Home business, 3-5 years post qualification experience; Good degree (first or upper second) or equivalent with substantial mathematical/statistical content; Extensive experience of delivering reserve reviews; Experience and knowledge of Solvency II requirements of the Actuarial Function, in particular technical provisions; Experience of ResQ and SQL beneficial but not compulsory; Highly computer literate (MS Offi...

uk: Experimental study of fault mechanics at the brittle-ductile transition - PhD Studentship

             
Jun
30
May
29
University College London (UCL), Department of Earth Sciences; London, United Kingdom
The aim of this project is to provide unprecedented quantitative constrains on the key material properties and processes associated with deformation and fluid flow at the brittle-plastic transition, and arrive at a clear understanding of the prevailing conditions and the dynamics of fault slip at the depths where unconventional seismic motion (tremors, slow slip) is recorded in the lithosphere      Candidates must hold a Master's degree in Earth Sciences, Geophysics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, or a related quantitative discipline. Strong applications of candidates holding a BSc in the relevant field will also be considered. A strong motivation to undertake and develop laboratory experiments is essential; previous experience in rock deformation, experimental petrology, high pressure, or equivalent laboratory work is a plus but not required. A solid knowledge of either solid mech...

uk: Pricing Actuary

             
May
28
MS Amlin AG; London, United Kingdom
The Actuarial Analyst role will be part of a team of approximately 14 people, providing coverage for all Specialty businesses including the Property, Natural Resources, Marine, Crisis Management and Casualty subdivisions. The successful candidate will share responsibility for pricing models and the respective underwriting teams. This corresponds to approximately £1bn of gross net premium      Strong mathematical skills; Pricing or Reserving experience in Specialty classes and/or personal lines an advantage; Advanced knowledge of Excel; Emblem, VBA and SQL advantageous

uk: Quant Analyst

             
May
28
UBS Group AG (UBS); London, United Kingdom
work on the next generation cross-asset distributed valuation and risk engine for the calculation of XVA measures, Risk, PnL, PnL Predict, Allocation and Capital exposure, strengthening the analytics and the technical platform; work with traders and risk managers to define and implement pricing and risk capabilities for XVA and Capital measures; deliver high-quality working software translated from business and quant driven requirements; partner with core IT functions to align and integrate pric...      Strong academic background in a quantitative field (mathematics, physics, engineering, etc); Knowledge of derivatives pricing and risk management in any asset class or CVA/FVA; Experience with programing languages (C++) and a capability to deliver across a front to back software stack including user interface, service tier, distributed compute and analytics library; An understanding of financial products and markets is preferable

uk: Research Fellow in Medical Image Analysis and Machine Learning (100%)

             
Jun
29
May
28
University College London (UCL), Computer Science; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a Research Fellow to work in the Department of Computer Science which is the highest rated Computer Science Department in the UK by grade-point average in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework. The specific location will be a new space at 90 High Holborn, which now collocates UCLs AI Centre and Centre for Medical Imaging Computing, creating a vibrant hub of data and imaging science researchers with interests from basic machine learning and AI technologies through to...      The applicant is required to have a PhD in a discipline related to this project (e.g. imaging physics), and experience with machine learning and medical image analysis. The applicant should also have excellent communication skills and a commitment to conducting high quality research

uk: PhD in Monitoring the interaction of multiple lasers during powder bed additive manufacturing using correlative x-ray, optical and IR imaging (Three y)

             
Jul
30
May
28
University College London (UCL), Mechanical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
You will help develop, build, and apply an in situ LPBF rig in the laboratory and on synchrotron beamlines to build components whilst imaging the process in situ and operando. Using this unique tool, you will help develop new processes, materials and monitoring systems. The rig you help to develop will be a new generation synchrotron enabled LPBF machine with a novel optical module and other enhanced capabilities, including multi-laser and expanded correlative imaging. The optical module will be...      Applicants should ideally have a first class undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Materials, Physics, Mathematics or a related discipline. You should have a keen interest in additive manufacturing, including materials, mechanical properties and process control. Excellent organisational, interpersonal and communication skills, along with a stated interest in interdisciplinary research, are essential

uk: C++ Software Engineer - Diff & Merge Tools

             
May
27
The MathWorks, Inc.; Cambridge, United Kingdom
Design, implement and test high performance applications and algorithms; Join in team activities such as planning, design discussions and reviews; Work effectively with other teams across the world      A bachelor's degree and 5 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree, or equivalent experience) is required; An undergraduate degree and some years of commercial work experience, or a PhD degree is required; A good first degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, or similar; Software development experience in C++ or similar object oriented language

uk: PhD Teaching Assistantship in Statistical Science (3.5 y)

             
Jun
30
May
27
University College London (UCL), Statistical Science; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a PhD funding opportunity to conduct research in a branch of probability or statistics based in the UCL Department of Statistical Science, commencing in September 2020. The Teaching Assistantship will be 3.5 years in duration (or 6 years for part-time students) and covers tuition fees up to the Overseas rate, an annual stipend (£17, 285 in 2020/21) and a small allowance for consumables. A full-time student will spend 6 months of their time teaching (spread across th...      The principal requirement for admission to the MPhil/PhD in Statistical Science is a 1st class or high upper 2nd class Bachelor’s degree, or a Master’s degree with merit or distinction, in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, or a related quantitative discipline. Overseas qualifications of an equivalent standard are also acceptable

uk: Senior Actuarial Analyst

             
May
25
Zurich Insurance Company Ltd. (Zurich); Fareham, United Kingdom
With minimal supervision, help ensure the timely and accurate delivery of Group and regulatory requirements, calculating reserve and parameterising capital models; Providing support to the UK Retail Insurance Reserving Actuary with reporting and communication of the results; Providing support to the business functions, including Underwriting, Pricing and Claims; Driving discussions and production of the business plan with a focus on loss ratios; Providing technical advice and counsel within the ...      Qualified actuary, or nearly qualified and actively studying for the final exams. A high level of numeracy skills and an analytical approach to work is essential. Experience in managing and coaching trainee actuaries. Excellent team-working, communication and interpersonal skills are also required. A serious and professional attitude towards compliance of regulatory submissions with an eye for attention to detail in order to support accuracy. Enthusiastic and positive can-do attitude. Ability to...

uk: Research Fellow in Human Motion Sequencing (100%)

             
Jun
22
May
25
University College London (UCL), UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging: Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a Research Fellow in the Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research in the context of the ERC-funded research project "Action selection under threat - the complex control of human defence" led by Dr Dominik Bach; The goal is to understand the cognitive-computational control of human motor behaviour under acute, immediate threat. We investigate this in an immersive virtual reality (VR) environment, in which people can move to avoid various ...      Applicants should have (or be close to obtaining) a PhD in machine learning, robotics, computer science, motor science, biomechanics, computational neuroscience, or a related area, by the agreed start date of the position. Experience with motion capture, inverse kinematics and dynamics (in humans or robots), and movement trajectory analysis and structuring is essential. A strong background in contemporary machine-learning and applied statistics is also required, as experiences in linear algebra ...

uk: PhD in Resilient nature-inspired lattices by additive manufacturing (Four y)

             
Jun
30
May
24
University College London (UCL), Mechanical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
This PhD project aims to explore new lattice architectures, discover their failure mechanisms, and propose new design principle to advance their performance with high damage tolerances. During the PhD, you will design and produce your own AM lattices; reveal and elucidate their failure mechanisms in 3D using a combination of mechanical testing with 4D X-ray computed tomography (XCT) in laboratory and at Diamond Light Source or other large facilities. You will combine XCT and image-based modellin...      Applicants should ideally have a first-class, or equivalent, undergraduate degree in Physics, Mechanical, Materials Engineering, or a related discipline. Excellent organisational, interpersonal and communication skills, along with a stated interest in interdisciplinary research, are essential. Ideally, you would have experience in one, or more, of following: Metallurgy; Additive manufacturing; Computational modelling is essential and prior experience with ABAQUS is desirable; Image analysis and/...

uk: Reserving Actuary

             
May
23
AXA UK (AXA); London, United Kingdom
An awesome opportunity for a Reserving Actuary to deliver international activities across Europe, using centralised tools and process. You will deliver the 1st line reserves for IFRS reporting and accounts, including formatting and validation of claims and premium data; perform calculation of ancillary reserves, including unearned premium reserves (UPR), unexpired risk reserve (URR) and ULAE. You will be involved in the calibration of the statistical claim reserving model, calibration of reserve...      You’re someone who is passionate about VBA, statistics and numbers. You thrive in a place where you can feel like you’re part of a family and grow your career. You care about the bigger picture and you want to have the chance to make an impact, not just on the company, but on the future of the community as well. If you are looking for a role which challenges your strong analytical skills whilst allowing you to put your stamp on things and think a little differently, this is a fantastic oppor...

uk: Teaching Assistant in Business Analytics (part-time)

             
Jun
14
May
22
University College London (UCL), School of Management; London, United Kingdom
Teaching Assistants (TAs) will supplement academic lectures through the delivery of group teaching and associated duties for students taking modules in the School of Management. Associated duties may include marking of coursework and exams      The post holders will be educated to degree level, or have equivalent qualifications or experience, having one or more of the following backgrounds: A statistics and data analytics background coupled with experience of using the R programming language, and, ideally, experience of using Tableau

uk: Research Assistant (1 y, part-time)

             
Jun
14
May
22
University College London (UCL), School of Management; London, United Kingdom
We are seeking a Research Assistant with a strong quantitative background in statistics to support UCL School of Management faculty on a variety of research projects. The Research Assistant will work with several professors on different stages of research projects, including literature reviews, study design, data collection, data cleaning, and data analysis. The type of empirical data will vary from longitudinal survey data to experimental data      The ideal candidate will have familiarity with advanced statistical techniques, as well as experience using Stata software. Previous coursework or experience in the social sciences (e.g., economics, management, sociology, psychology, epidemiology, or statistics) is preferred; The faculty have an additional need for skills in web-based programming (e.g. website design and development, experience with wordpress plug-ins, Qualtrics HTML). We are interested in hearing from applicants who have both s...

uk: PhD Studentship - Mathematics Teaching Assistantships (4 y)

             
Jun
20
May
22
University College London (UCL), Department of Mathematics; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for PhD funding opportunities in the UCL Department of Mathematics starting in September 2020. Applicants will be considered for the following sources of PhD funding: - EPSRC Studentships - Teaching Assistantships - DSTL Studentship Details of each type of funding can be found below      Applicants should possess a good honours degree (1st Class ) in mathematics, or an equivalent qualification from other countries

uk: Teaching Assistant in Data Analytics & Mathematical Foundations of Management (part-time)

             
Jun
14
May
20
University College London (UCL), School of Management; London, United Kingdom
Teaching Assistants (TAs) will supplement academic lectures through the delivery of group teaching and associated duties for students taking modules in the School of Management. Associated duties may include marking of coursework and exams      The post holders will be educated to degree level, or have equivalent qualifications or experience, having one or more of the following backgrounds: A numerate undergraduate degree (e.g. a degree in mathematics/engineering/science/economics) with knowledge of single and multi-variate calculus, linear algebra, statistics and probability theory; A statistics and data analytics background coupled with experience of using the R programming language, and, ideally, experience of using Tableau; A progr...

uk: Senior Research Fellow in Patient Finance and Banking (100%)

             
Jun
17
May
20
University College London (UCL), Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose; London, United Kingdom
UCL’s Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) is seeking a Senior Research Fellow in Patient Finance and Banking to lead the Institute’s path-breaking research, policy and advocacy work in this area. The role-holder will be responsible for the management and delivery of this workstream, and will also contribute to projects across the Institute’s other research areas, including green economy, macroeconomic policy, health, industrial strategy, and space. In the first instance, the...      The ideal candidate will have a PhD and relevant experience working on finance in an academic or advanced research setting. We are seeking a candidate with extensive experience conducting high quality qualitative and quantitative research to lead IIPPs path-breaking research on patient finance; The position presents an excellent opportunity to shape an innovative field of research, influence policy at the highest levels, and contribute more broadly to a fast-paced and rapidly growing academic de...

uk: Research Fellow in Public Sector Green Transition Finance (100%)

             
Jun
17
May
20
University College London (UCL), Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose; London, United Kingdom
UCL’s Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) is seeking a Research Fellow in Public Sector Green Transition Finance to work on a project in our Green Economy and Sustainable Growth research and policy engagement area. The successful candidate will work predominantly on a new grant from Climate-KIC, aimed at Priming Public Sector Financial Institutions for Green Innovation. They may also have the opportunity to contribute to wider work in the IIPP green growth research area      The ideal candidate will have PhD is a related topic or equivalent relevant experience on qualitative research with public sector financial stakeholders, and experience on quantitative research on public sector financial institutions; We are seeking for a candidate with excellent quantitative skills, in particular, the ability to work with and manipulate datasets; experience on research synthesis and analysis and able to deliver qualitative research workshops, seminars, and community engagement ...

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Jun
7
May
20
University College London (UCL), Department of Mathematics; London, United Kingdom
The position is funded by the EPSRC as part of the Programme Grant Unparameterised multi-modal data, high order signatures, and the mathematics of data science (DATASIG) and will be part of a multi-university research group (Imperial College London, University College London, and University of Oxford) with a hub at the Alan Turing Institute. This position will be based at the Alan Turing Institute, British Library, and the successful applicant will be embedded beside the software engineering tea...      Candidates should either have a PhD or equivalent qualification in Mathematics or field related to the Programme, or should be finalising their PhD or waiting for their viva date

uk, us: Statistics Leader, Biomarker Statistics

             
May
20
GlaxoSmithKline plc (GSK); Collegeville, Stevenage, Waltham, United Kingdom, United States
The successful candidate will serve as an expert statistical leader in the Oncology Biomarker Statistics team and will have the opportunity to be closely engaged and significantly influence the translational medicine efforts and companion diagnostic development      PhD in statistics or related field with at least 5 years of relevant pharmaceutical research experience with high-dimensional biomarker data from all phases of clinical trials, or Masters in statistics or related field with at least 10 years of relevant experience. Strong statistical foundation with a wide breadth expertise in classical and modern statistical and machine learning methods. Strong programming skills in R, Python and Perl, with demonstrated ability to develop and automate analysis ...

uk: Research Fellow in Health Data Science for Cancer Early Detection (100%)

             
Jun
18
May
19
University College London (UCL), Applied Health Research; London, United Kingdom
Applications are sought for a full-time researcher who will be working on research projects related to mathematical modelling for early detection of cancer as part of the UCL International Alliance for Cancer Early Detection partnership; The researcher will work in linking routine health and administrative datasets to UCL early detection cohort studies, data curation and using the data in mathematical modelling of cancer progression; The appointment is available to start immediately and is funde...      Applicants should have a PhD in a relevant quantitative discipline (e.g. applied mathematics, information systems engineering, computer science, computational biology, epidemiology, statistics); Candidates should have experience in data governance procedures, data linking, managing large and complex datasets and in using R software. It is desirable to have experience in stochastic processes, multistate modelling, multiscale modelling

uk: Research Fellow in Exoplanet Characterisation (100%)

             
Jun
15
May
19
University College London (UCL), Physics and Astronomy; London, United Kingdom
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of observational data analysis using ground-based robotic telescopes to modelling of planetary atmospheres. He/she will be joining a dynamic exoplanet group and one of the largest astrophysics and planetary science departments in the UK. The applicant will have access to state-of-the-art equipment (dedicated clusters, HPC facilities, cloud computing) and will benefit from a wealth of expertise already in-house. While the ...      The applicant should have a PhD in radiative transfer and/or atmospheric characterisation of extrasolar planets. He/she should also be familiar with the conducting of astronomical observations using robotic telescopes and be well versed in the data analysis of such data. Good programming skills in Python and/or C++/Fortran are essential. Furthermore, experience with the TauREx atmospheric retrieval framework or similar is desirable

uk: Stochastic Modelling Manager

             
May
18
Pension Protection Fund; United Kingdom
We have a newly created position for a Stochastic Modelling Manager that will be responsible for ensuring that the PPF has an effective stochastic model for monitoring long-term risk (the Long-Term Risk Model (LTRM)). This position will support the Head of the LTRM Team, managing a small team of analysts and will primarily have responsibility for operating, maintaining and developing the model within agreed process and control frameworks. The PPF has characteristics of a credit insurer, life ins...      We are looking for our ideal applicant to have extensive experience in the operation, development and maintenance of complex stochastic models with experience gained from within a financial services environment. They will be comfortable presenting advice and making recommendations to all sorts of audiences on modelling methodology and assumptions and be familiar with planning work for others

uk: Data Scientist/Software Developer

             
May
18
Tessella; United Kingdom
Combining domain knowledge and technical skills to understand and solve the complex challenges facing our clients; Using data science, analytics and a variety of analytical, statistical or machine learning techniques to interpret client data, helping them to make better-informed business decisions; Designing and developing custom software solutions or tools (e.g. visualisation); Building strong relationships, communicating and collaborating with clients and colleagues      BSc (min 2.1), MSc or PhD in science, mathematics or engineering. We recruit scientists, mathematicians and engineers because they have the domain knowledge required to understand our clients’ industry-related challenges; The ability to interpret complex data using a variety of analytical, statistical or machine learning techniques; Software underpins many of the solutions we provide, so you need to have some programming skills. We do not expect you to be an expert, but a good grounding in one...

uk: Research Fellow AI for COVID-19 Surveillance and Analysis (2 y, 100%)

             
Jun
15
May
18
University College London (UCL), Computer Science; London, United Kingdom
The purpose of this post is to investigate (i) how to use online information (search query logs, social media) to actively monitor COVID-19 in real-time using machine learning and natural language processing driven methods, (ii) develop end-to-end digital surveillance solutions that might feed to public health organisations, and (iii) publish the outcomes in peer-reviewed journals or relevant computer science conferences      The successful candidate must have a PhD in a relevant subject, with experience in machine learning, statistical natural language processing, and/or big data analytics. Previous experience on public health topics is a desired skill given the rapid pace that will be required for this research project

uk: Consultant

             
May
17
d-fine GmbH; London, United Kingdom
Quantitatively and qualitatively modelling risk. Building new tools. Analysing data. Validating models. Mathematical modelling. Software development. Present solutions, write reports and gather work specifications on project. Build up skills and expertise that can be shared and leveraged within the firm      Minimum Master’s or PhD in Physics, Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Computer Science or any other related quantitative science with a high mathematical content and with excellent grades. English language proficiency. Possess significant IT knowledge coupled with strong programming skills. Familiar with at least one of the following subjects: mathematical statistics, numerical analysis, simulation techniques (e.g. Monte Carlo), optimisation methods (e.g. simulated annealing), and financial ...

uk: PhD Studentship Interventional Multimodal Imaging (4 y)

             
Jun
7
May
16
University College London (UCL), Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
The aims of this PhD studentship are two-fold. First, you will design and manufacture advanced all-optical ultrasound imaging probes comprising many discrete optical ultrasound sources. In parallel, you will develop data acquisition scripts to enable real-time, video-rate 2D imaging. Second, you will use these imaging probes to perform multimodal imaging within MRI and/or CT scanners to confirm the compatibility of the imaging probes with these imaging modalities. Using a combination of imaging ...      Applicants must have, or expect to obtain, a UK first class or 2: 1 honours degree (or equivalent international qualifications or experience) in an appropriate technical subject. The studentship would suit applicants with a background in engineering or biomedical engineering. However, applicants with degrees in physics or mathematics who are interested in developing cross-disciplinary skills are also encouraged to apply

uk: Statistical programmer I

             
May
15
IQVIA; Reading, United Kingdom
Perform the programming, testing, and documentation of programs for use in creating statistical tables, listing and figures summaries, analysis datasets (derived datasets); Programming quality control checks for the source data and reporting the data issues periodically; Detect errors in detail and correct them (e.g., review tables/listings, edit checks output and SAS programs to ensure quality of deliverable); Assist in the development of programming documentation including specifications, as a...      Bachelor's degree in mathematics, biostatistics, computer science or related field; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience plus at least six months internship in a related field

uk: Research Fellow - Programming Principles, Logic, and Verification Group (100%)

             
Jun
14
May
15
University College London (UCL), Computer Science; London, United Kingdom
The research may include - program analysis and verification, automated reasoning, and/or - logic and formal methods. The work may also include using/building automated software tools      Applicants must hold, or be about to receive, a PhD in logic, theoretical computer science, or a closely related area. We are particularly interested in applicants whose research interests include any of; program analysis and verification; automated reasoning, and/or; logic and formal methods; Some previous experience in developing automated software tools is desirable, but not essential

worldwide: How to be a succeeding jobseeker in the current times

             
May
15
Papillo Consulting; Worldwide
Problem: The current turbulent times require the jobseekers to be more creative and develop a strong Unique Selling Point to succeed in getting the attention of the company they long to work for. A higher number of incoming applications and less internal recruiting time narrow the current recruiting processes      In the presentation and video you will receive pragmatic tipps to make your application unique to increase your chances to be a successful jobseeker and land the job you aim for. Get your free access to the video!

worldwide: Become a Tutor

             
May
15
www.acad.jobs; Worldwide
Tutoring in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Languages & TOEFL, Economics, Calculator Technical Assistance, GMAT & SAT, Others; you pay 150 CHF, Euro or US$ for your advert to appear on www.acad.jobs/Tutoring for one year. For an additional cost of 200 CHF, Euro or US$, your listing will appear in the "Featured Tutors" section on the main page of www.acad.jobs/Tutoring. Banner: Annual cost is 500 US$ per 20 % call probability at www.aca...      Degree or student or other experience in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Languages & TOEFL, Economics

uk: Development of Enhanced Sampling Molecular Simulation Methods - PhD Studentship (3.5 y)

             
Jul
1
May
14
University College London (UCL), Department of Chemical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
The Department of Chemical Engineering at University College London (UCL) is seeking an enthusiastic Graduate Student to work on the development of computationally efficient free energy calculation methods based on molecular dynamics for applications to study nucleation and conformational transitions in (bio)molecular systems      The candidate will have or is expected to soon obtain an excellent first degree in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Computational Science or an associated discipline. Prior research experience, together with the ability to analyse, develop and solve open-ended research problems is essential. Desirable qualifications include knowledge in physical chemistry, molecular simulation techniques, programming, and UNIX-based operative systems

uk: PhD Studentship in "Dismounted Soldier Navigation in GNSS-Denied Environments" (4 y)

             
Aug
31
May
14
University College London (UCL), Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering; London, United Kingdom
A fundamental component of a soldier’s situational awareness, and thus their ability to act effectively and as safely as possible, is an accurate, shared appreciation of their, and others, position and (to a lesser extent) their orientation. This applies equally to teams of police, firefighters and paramedics. Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) receivers do not work inside tunnels, deep within buildings or in the presence of simple jamming equipment produced by someone with basic knowl...      Applicants must hold or expect to obtain a 1st class or upper 2nd class bachelors or masters degree in engineering, physics, maths or computer science

uk: PhD Studentship Next Generation X-Ray Imaging and Tomography Systems for Science, Medicine and Next Generation X-Ray Imaging and Tomography Systems for Science, Medicine and Industry (4 y)

             
Jun
15
May
14
University College London (UCL), Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
The UCL Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering is inviting applications for a studentship in the area of Next Generation X-Ray Imaging and Tomography Systems for Science, Medicine and Industry      Candidates must have a UK first class or 2: 1 honours degree, an MSc, or their international equivalent in physics, engineering, mathematics or a comparable subject

uk: PhD Studentship in the quantification of next-generation x-ray imaging of sub-pixel structure by physics-based modelling (4 y)

             
Jun
15
May
14
University College London (UCL), Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
The UCL Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering is inviting applications for a studentship in the area of Next Generation X-Ray Imaging and Tomography Systems for Science, Medicine and Industry      Candidates must have a UK first class or 2: 1 honours degree, an MSc, or their international equivalent in physics, engineering, mathematics or a comparable subject

uk: PhD: Virtual, Simulation-Based Tools for Aortic Dissection Treatment (3.5 y)

             
Jun
21
May
12
University College London (UCL), Mechanical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
To develop tools for the pre & post-operative in-silico planning and treatment for Aortic Dissections. This project will be an exemplar application that will provide a blueprint and proof of concept for the use of in-silico tools in the personalised management of aortic diseases in general (applicable also to other pathologies). The clinical impact and viability of these technologies will be tested via our partner Hospitals in the UK and Europe. These models will be validated using a sophist...      MSc or equivalent in Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Physics, Applied Mathematics or a related subject; Strong background in biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, aeronautical engineering, physics, applied mathematics; in particular, strong knowledge of how to derive and manipulate differential equations; Excellent programming skills in any of the following languages: C, C++, FORTRAN, Matlab, Octave or Python; Experience in CFD

uk: PhD Studentship: Bioengineering Combined with Imaging and AI (Four y)

             
Jun
21
May
12
University College London (UCL), Mechanical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
The department of Mechanical Engineering is offering a fully funded PhD Studentship focussed on bioengineering combined with imagine and AI      Have achieved (or are predicted) a first class or upper second class honours undergraduate degree (or equivalent international qualifications or experience). An MSc is also preferred, though not essential; Our preferred subject areas are Physical Sciences (Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Physics) with a preferred route through any core Engineering discipline (e.g. Bioengineering/Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical, Electrical Engineering, etc.). All applicants...

uk: Senior Global Life Pricing Actuary (100%)

             
May
12
Placement through Fenchurch Associates; United Kingdom
Prioritize updates of best estimate assumption reviews based on market needs and taking a risk based view on the need for updates. Play a role in coordinating the update, including mobilizing research and local teams where needed; Engage with the local and research teams during the review itself providing technical input; checking for reasonableness and adequacy of approach and forming the pricing view on the reviewed assumption. Challenge the approach where needed; Share experience of other rev...      8y+ experience in the international Insurance/Reinsurance industry, with significant experience in a research or technical pricing role; Management/project management experience; Experience of multiple markets and products would be an advantage; Strong appetite and proven ability to work in an international context with cross-team collaboration; Open-minded, result oriented, you work in an autonomous, organized and rigorous manner. You have proven communication skills especially in a complex con...

uk: Life Reinsurance Modelling Actuary (100%)

             
May
12
Placement through Fenchurch Associates; United Kingdom
Reviewing pricing models and understanding pricing process risks and efficiencies to support local teams; Input into further tool development in support of the Global Pricing objectives of improving model and tool governance; Support local teams with the design, development, testing, implementation and governance of pricing tools in support of Global Pricing objectives; Build relationships with stakeholders across the business (markets, IT, modelling community etc) to facilitate the completion o...      5+ years of experience in a Life modelling actuarial department in the insurance/reinsurance sector or in a consulting firm, preferably with an experience in pricing processes; Skilled in programming and modeling; Strong appetite and proven ability to work in an international context with cross-team collaboration; Open-minded, result oriented, you work in an autonomous, organized and rigorous manner. You have proven communication skills especially in a complex context

uk: Senior Research Fellow/Health Data Scientist (100%)

             
Jun
10
May
08
University College London (UCL), Institute of Health Informatics; London, United Kingdom
The role will be central to the delivery of the Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) National Text Analytics programme and will involve coordination of activities across partner sites to deliver a portal for sharing tools, datasets, APIs and standards, as part of an information commons, complementing and generating efficiencies of scale for HDR UK. The role will involve delivering, managing and improving the software projects based on the CogStack Platform working on NHS Clinical Records data across...      The successful applicant will have a BSc in a relevant discipline (biological science, statistics computer science, bioinformatics or equivalent subject) and at least 2 years natural language processing experience ideally using big biomedical data. The post holder will be able to demonstrate strong programming skills using Java, Python, or C++ and have data analysis programming experience (Python, R or MATLAB). Knowledge of biomedical ontologies/semantic web technologies and information retrieva...

uk: Software Developer (100%)

             
Jun
17
May
08
University College London (UCL), UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Department of Neuromuscular Diseases; London, United Kingdom
Our neuroscience research team at University College London is generating petabyte-scale datasets that provide an unprecedented opportunity to learn how the brain works. We are looking for data scientists to develop the tools to harness this information; The successful applicant will join the Cortical Processing Laboratory, which is jointly directed by Professor Kenneth Harris (Department of Neuromuscular Diseases, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology), and Professor Matteo Carandini (UCL Ins...      This position would suit graduates in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering, Physics, or a related field. Outstanding programming skills in MATLAB, Python, Java and C++ are essential, as well as experience with version control systems. Knowledge of machine learning, digital image/signal processing, or relational databases is desirable. No prior knowledge of biology or neuroscience is required, as the skills most essential for this position are data processing. This position woul...

uk: Professor - Head of Magnetic Resonance Imaging

             
Jun
8
May
07
Cardiff University; Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
You will lead both an independent research programme and the wider growth of imaging across Cardiff University. You will be a scholar of significant repute with a proven ability, or strong potential, to lead and develop internationally excellent research activity. You will work closely with internationally distinguished groups in CUBRIC. Candidates with a focus on brain neurophysiology, metabolism and/or brain function, with a strong methodological background, are particularly encouraged to appl...      PhD or equivalent in a relevant area; International standing as a scholar of distinction with a proven track record of publications and securing external grant income in open competition; Proven track record of high impact research publications in areas relevant to the mission of the School of Psychology; Ability to work effectively within a team and to provide leadership to research teams and other colleagues; Proven track record in supervising postgraduate students; Proven ability to develop a...

worldwide: (no job) List of Consulting Companies for Maths, Stats, Actuarial, Operations Research, Econometrics

             
Mar
25
Consulting Companies; worldwide, Worldwide
Here you will find companies/institutions offering quantitative consulting (Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial consulting, Data Mining, Econometrics, Operations Research, Bioinformatics & more). Please contact these companies directly      Currently, we list the following companies: acad.jobs AG, AICOS Technologies AG, Consult AG Statistical Services, d-fine, D ONE Solutions AG, Dr. E.Loubet, Mathematical, Scientific Educational Coaching & Tutoring, Institut für Datenanalyse und Prozessdesign (Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften), Intuitive Collaboration AG, Keller Experten AG, Kellex AG, Libera AG, Polynomics, Tarigan Statistical Consulting and Data Analysis

uk: Teaching Fellow (100%)

             
Dec
16
Feb
09
University College London (UCL), Physics & Astronomy; London, United Kingdom
The main purpose of this role is to contribute to the undergraduate teaching in physics and astrophysics. The post-holder will undertake a range of teaching duties associated with delivery of our degree programmes. These include module development, leadership and delivery across our curriculum, including lecture, laboratory, computing and project modules      The successful applicant will have a PhD in Physics or a closely related subject, and expertise and experience in teaching a variety of subjects in the areas of Physics and Astrophysics using a range of delivery mechanisms; Candidates should also have excellent written and verbal communication skills

uk: Research Group Leader at the Interface of Machine Learning and Neuroscience

             
Jun
30
Oct
21
University College London (UCL), Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit & Sainsbury Wellcome Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour; London, United Kingdom
GCNU & SWC seek to recruit an outstanding scientist with an interdisciplinary background working at the interface of machine learning and neuroscience or related areas. We are looking for someone who will conduct creative and innovative research to deliver breakthroughs at the interface of the 2 fields that contribute to an algorithmic understanding of perception, action or learning. The successful applicant will have exciting research plans, and be keen to participate in collaborative and c...      Applicants can come from all independent career stages They need to have a PhD in neuroscience, machine learning or a related field and postdoctoral research experience at the time of application. They will be expected to have a detailed knowledge and understanding of the literature in their research fields, be proficient in its application and have a ready ability to acquire and absorb new information, methods and techniques The ability to build strong collaborative working relationships and an...

uk: Sainsbury Wellcome Centre Senior/Principal Research Fellow (5 y)

             
Jun
30
Jul
31
University College London (UCL), Sainsbury Wellcome Centre; London, United Kingdom
SWC group leaders run independent research teams and receive generous core funds, including tailored research budgets, customised laboratory space, and staffing allowances. SWC scientists are supported by state-of-the-art facilities including prototyping and fabrication, imaging, virology, histology and in-house high-performance computing facilities, accommodated in a new, purpose-designed building. Close interaction with the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, located within the Centre, ena...      We welcome applications from outstanding scientists with backgrounds in neuroscience or related areas, with exciting research plans, who are keen to participate in collaborative and cooperative science. We are particularly interested in scientists with innovative experimental and theoretical approaches, particularly those that utilise contemporary neuroscientific technologies and novel behavioural techniques; Candidates need to have a PhD in neuroscience or a cognate area and postdoctoral resear...