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uk: Lecturer in Bioinformatics

             
Oct
7
Sep
27
Queen's University Belfast (QUB); Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
The School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences is currently seeking to appoint an exceptional candidate to the post of Lecturer in Bioinformatics to undertake research in the Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research and the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast (QUB). The successful candidate will develop a bioinformatics research theme in line with the School/Centre’s research strategies, teach at undergraduate and postgraduate l...      Primary or higher degree in a life sciences, mathematics, programming or a cognate subject; PhD in a biomedical science, biology, or a related discipline to bioinformatics; A minimum of three years’ recent experience in discipline(s) related to bioinformatics; Experience of use of the R statistical environment; python or similar higher-level scripting/programming techniques; Recent, relevant publications in peer reviewed/refereed journals that are high quality and are commensurate with stage o...

uk: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Modeling and Optimisation of Turbulent Flows

             
Oct
19
Sep
27
University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Develop new mathematical methods for sensitivity analysis, Implement computationally efficient numerical methods suitable for large-scale flow simulation and Validate the approach by designing novel structured surfaces for wall-bounded flows. In addition, you will take part in collaborative work with the project partners, take part in and contribute to the research group's activities, publish new findings in peer-reviewed literature and disseminate results at national and international ...      To be successful, you must have a PhD or equivalent professional qualification in Fluid Mechanics, Applied Maths, Computational Sciences or a related subject. In addition, you should demonstrate expertise in developing mathematical/computational methods for analysis, modelling or simulation of fluid flows. It is essential you have good analytical skills. Proficiency in computing and/or numerical simulation of fluid flows is highly desirable

uk: Research Fellow in Biomedical Fluorescence imaging (100%)

             
Oct
15
Sep
27
University College London (UCL), Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering - Photoacoustic Imaging Group; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a research fellow position to work on the development of a near infrared and shortwave infrared fluorescence imaging scanner applied to cancer. The scanner will be used to image antibody-conjugated dyes to improve the accuracy of fluorescence-guided surgery of paediatric solid cancer. The goal is to translate the findings to a human clinical trial and the job maybe extended accordingly subject to further funding. The scanner will be combined with an all-optical photo...      An engineer or physicist with strong applied optical engineering skills is sought. Candidates must have a PhD in a relevant subject or equivalent qualifications and/or work experience. Practical experience in the development of fluorescence spectroscopy or fluorescence imaging systems for biomedical applications is essential. The project is funded by a Wellcome Trust Innovator Award (PI: Mr Stefano Giuliani) and it will be carried out in collaboration with research groups at the UCL Great Ormond...

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Oct
22
Sep
27
University College London (UCL), Division of Psychology and Language Science; London, United Kingdom
In this new study, we will develop a novel preventative intervention, delivered in the school setting, which integrates targeted training in emotional processing with group interpersonal therapy (IPT) that addresses young people’s social relationships. Given the rapid rise in mental health difficulties that occurs in early to mid-adolescence, the study focuses on ages 13-14 years (school years 8 and 9), which represent an ideal phase for effective prevention. This new hybrid intervention will ...      We are looking for an individual with excellent skills in multivariate statistics and scientific writing. The ideal candidate will also have experience in conducting research with young people and have experience in longitudinal mental health/social relationships research and/or intervention studies. Experience in social network analyses would be an advantage but is not an absolute requirement for the job. The applicant also needs to possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with the w...

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Oct
12
Sep
27
University College London (UCL), Institute of Ophthalmology; London, United Kingdom
This exciting position is based at the Institute of Ophthalmology, a world leading research institute focusing on vision and diseases of the eye, working with UCL’s Research Software Development Group in the Centre for Advanced Research Computing (ARC), a large and innovative group of research software engineers. You will lead on the further development of software tools and models of the metabolism of the back of the eye, with application to understanding (and treating) the effects of aging o...      A strong candidate will hold a PhD or equivalent and have substantial experience in the development and coding of computational models, ideally in the context of biological systems. The existing code base to be developed is in Matlab and experience of Matlab is beneficial. It is likely that, moving forward, code will be developed in Julia. Experience of Python and/or Julia would thus be an advantage as would understanding of any relevant area of biology or physics. This would include reaction ki...

uk: Research Assistant (100%)

             
Oct
13
Sep
27
University College London (UCL), Institute of Health Informatics; London, United Kingdom
Conducting analysis mainly using population level data from the BHF Data Science Centre Covid Impact project led through HDR-UK but also working with other Electronic Health Record data (Primary care data including The Health Improvement Network (THIN) and Clinical Practice Research Data (CPRD), Hospital Even Statistics (HES) and Office for National Statistics (ONS) from the CALIBER resource); Contributing as a author on a number of high impact peer-reviewed research publications in general read...      You have the knowledge of epidemiological and statistical methods such as Cox Proportional hazards models, trial emulation, Mendelian randomization and a good understanding of the complexities of manipulating large datatsets; You have a MSc in statistics/epidemiology/computer science/health data science/other relevant discipline or a similar level of experience; You have excellent skills in at least one statistical software package (e.g. R, STATA)

uk: Lecturer/Associate Professor in Digital Manufacturing of Advanced Materials

             
Nov
18
Sep
27
University College London (UCL), Chemical Engineering; London, United Kingdom
Develop a programme of original research and produce publications, as well as other research outputs, in the broad area of manufacturing related engineering; Deliver multidisciplinary research and teaching activities that support UCL priorities; Secure research grant funding in accordance with UCL Financial Regulations and the conditions of funding bodies; Recruit, manage and lead researchers; Ensure that research outputs are recorded, analysed and written up in a timely fashion and to deadlines...      Lead on the development of research promoting a holistic approach to manufacturing engineering related to functional materials/chemicals/pharmaceuticals manufacturing and/or high throughput materials chemistry, and/or data science/applied statistics/machine learning/automation/digital twins/model-based design of experiments, and/or process systems engineering; Carry out and publish high-quality world-class research which complements the existing departmental and Faculty activities, and secure re...

uk: PhD in Collaborative multi-agent deep reinforcement learning: enabling communication and relational learning (100%)

             
Oct
4
Sep
26
University of Warwick; Warwick, United Kingdom
In this PhD project, you will develop a general graph-based framework to (a) facilitate efficient multi-agent communication, (b) enable learning using sparse rewards (i.e. feedback signals that are non-zero only when a goal is achieved), and (c) build a relational representation of the environment. You will be joining a larger research team based at WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group) at the University of Warwick working on various deep reinforcement learning problems and will support the developm...      Candidates should have an MSc in Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering or similar quantitative background and very strong and demonstrable programming skills especially in Python

uk: Research Associate or Senior Research Associate in Video Monitoring – ‘‘SPHERE Next Steps’’ Project

             
Oct
31
Sep
26
University of Bristol; Bristol, United Kingdom
This research is part of the SPHERE Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration, which has been developing a sensor platform for the home to diagnose and help manage health and wellbeing conditions since October 2013. Some of the tasks will be: feature detection and tracking; statistical modelling and analysis; applying machine learning and deep learning methodologies; the use of one or more cameras (as well as other sensor modalities), including methods for action recognition and activity analysis...      PhD in Video Understanding or Multimodal Computer Vision; Prior degree in computer science or mathematics; Detailed knowledge of video understanding state-of-the-art, approaches, datasets and problems; Experience in handling video data, for learning and inference; Experience in modelling deep learning approaches for Video Understanding; Experience and evidence of publishing at high-calibre conferences and journals; Experience in working within a multidisciplinary or cross-disciplinary team; Exce...

worldwide: Become a Tutor

             
Sep
26
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: Research Associate in Data Science and Scientific Computing

             
Nov
1
Sep
25
University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
We are looking for two postdoctoral research associates to join a collaborative team working on developing new tools for real-time mathematical modelling and inverse problems at scale. These posts will contribute to two exciting projects at the intersection of data science and scientific computing focusing in the area of randomised algorithms for data sketching in aid of (i) online machine learning for human behaviour modelling in an assisted living context, and (ii) real-time inference for inve...      The right individuals are highly motivated and self-directed researchers with excellent research skills who can work independently and contribute as part of a broad multidisciplinary team, possessing experience in some of the following areas: mathematical modelling (numerical simulation of PDEs), inverse problems, statistical computing, image processing, machine learning, and model order reduction

uk: PhD Position - Simulation and modelling of hydrogen turbulent flames with High Performance Computing and Machine Learning

             
Aug
18
Sep
25
University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Perform large-scale simulations (Direct Numerical Simulations) of turbulent hydrogen flames using numerical grids with tens of billions of points on supercomputers with up to two hundred thousand processors; Analyse results to develop simplified models for the simulation of hydrogen flames to be used in Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Reynolds Average Navier-Stokes (RANS) approaches; Use data from large-scale simulations to design and train Machine Learning models; Implement traditional and mach...      Minimum entry qualification - an Honours degree at 2: 1 or above (or International equivalent) in a relevant science or engineering discipline. The candidate should have a master’s degree in either Physics, Mathematics, or Engineering. Competencies and/or experience in computational fluid mechanics, machine learning, computational science, and simulation software (e.g., OpenFOAM) will be positively considered, but are not essential

uk: Technical Pricing Modelling Actuary

             
Sep
23
American International Group, Inc. (AIG); London, United Kingdom
Work with business actuaries and underwriting teams to deliver advanced Bayesian models (utilising probabilistic programming techniques) that form the basis for rating tools and support business decisions; Research and develop cutting-edge algorithmic techniques to deliver transformational improvements in process and data quality through use of data science and technology; Work collaboratively with underwriters, actuaries, and management at all stages of the model development process; Develop sc...      Experienced with use of Bayesian modelling techniques and probabilistic programming packages (Stan, Pymc or similar); At least five years of relevant data science, actuarial or predictive modelling experience; Degree in mathematics related discipline; Strong analytical and problem solving skills; Very comfortable coding in R, Python or other language popular for data science; Familiar with full stack (Linux, Docker, web servers, front end tech, CI/CD tooling); Expertise in Excel, SQL, VBA, JavaS...

uk: Research Fellow

             
Oct
14
Sep
23
University of Warwick; Coventry, England, United Kingdom
The post will be based in the Mathematics Institute at the University of Warwick, but will involve close collaboration with Laurette Tuckerman at ESPCI Paris. You will undertake research as part of the Simons Foundation grant “revisiting the turbulence problem using statistical mechanics”. This will involve understanding fundamental and aspects of turbulence in wall-bounded shear flows through direct numerical simulation, analysis and modelling      PhD or equivalent in Mathematics or physical science; Ability to initiate, develop and deliver high quality research and to publish in peer reviewed journals; Evidence of quality research output from experienced candidates or strong research potential from less experienced candidates

uk: Research Fellow

             
Oct
11
Sep
23
Queen's University Belfast (QUB); Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
The proposed project plans to identify a NODAT ‘signature’ that will help identify individuals at higher-risk of developing NODAT, which will improve kidney transplant success rates and patient outcomes. This research proposal brings together multidisciplinary and synergistic research groups to advance our knowledge of the molecular determinants of NODAT, identify potential molecular targets, and facilitate clinical prediction. This project will provide excellent experience for a dedicated p...      Have or about to obtain PhD in relevant discipline; At least 3 years’ relevant research experience; Experience handling biological samples to generate genomic, epigenomic and/or transcriptomic data; Experience working with multi-omic data, and/or statistics for molecular biology, and/or molecular bioinformatics or other fields relevant to the post; Demonstrated experience of research methods and techniques pertinent to molecular epidemiology, longitudinal studies, and/or public health research...

uk: Data Scientist

             
Oct
10
Sep
23
Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC); Warrington, Cheshire, United Kingdom
Help define workplans for specific Hartree Centre projects, in collaboration with business developments personnel and client subject matter experts; Identify appropriate technologies and design appropriate technology solutions; Learn and apply data centric, analytics and AI technologies; Look at validation of conclusions, and presentation of results to customers (including advanced visualisation); Make site visits to commercial and academic partners; Publish non-confidential results to build Har...      Degree in a mathematical, scientific, or computer science discipline; Experience of data analysis, utilizing a range of compiled and scripting languages; Experience applying mathematics and statistics; Demonstrable ability to master new tools and technologies

uk: Computational Postdoctoral Fellow (2 y, 100%)

             
Oct
8
Sep
23
Wellcome Sanger Institute; Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
In this project, you will analyse newly generated single cell (scRNA-Seq and scATAC-Seq) as well as novel and spatial transcriptomics data sets (In Situ Sequencing and 10x Visium) to understand the molecular properties of immune cells infiltrating tumour sites. The underlying data sets comprise thousands of unique molecular signals measured for tens of thousands of cells or physical locations in each tumour. You will employ methods from high dimensional and spatial statistics, and machine learni...      You will have a PhD in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Biostatistics or in a related quantitative field (e.g. Mathematics, Physics, Statistics). You will be passionate about science, hardworking, and excited to learn and improve your skills in an outstanding and supportive research environment. You will be part of a multidisciplinary team and will be tasked with proactively seeking and maintaining appropriate collaborations. You will also be expected to drive forward the project, working ...

uk: Research Associate in Bird Flight

             
Oct
10
Sep
23
University of Bristol; Bristol, United Kingdom
This role will involve using engineering techniques to explore how birds sense airflow and will involve using: High-speed video and computer image analysis to measure wing motion during bird flight; Vibration engineering approaches to measure feather vibrations during wind tunnel testing of isolated wings; Dynamics analysis approaches to relate airflow to feather vibration      You have strong experimental skills. Have a PhD in a field related to Engineering, Physics, Maths, Life Sciences or closely related discipline, or equivalent experience. You are highly motivated, willing to learn, able to take initiative and significant responsibility in a leading-edge international research project

uk: Bioinformatics Officer

             
Oct
12
Sep
23
Francis Crick Institute, Bioinformatics Core Facility; London, United Kingdom
Provide expert analysis of high-throughput genomic data, using a wide range of biological resources and bioinformatic methods; Develop methodologies and techniques to address analysis issues and implement software and data resources in relation to these technologies; Evaluate and provide software, databases, protocols and methods to aid in the analysis of genomic and genetics experiments from academic and commercial sources; Provide consultation and communication in data analysis, data mining, s...      Higher degree in a relevant subject with an extensive analytical component e.g. bioinformatics, statistics, molecular biology or mathematics; An understanding of programming, particularly with regard to big data, data visualisation and data-mining techniques within a genomic or genetical environment; Familiarity with the application of statistical techniques to biological data; A basic knowledge of molecular biology, genetics, model organisms and possibly cancer biology; A broad comprehension of...

uk: Research Assistant

             
Oct
14
Sep
23
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), Department of Global Health & Development; London, United Kingdom
The post holder will support Work Package 2 of the project, which will collect evidence on determinants of low vaccine uptake (barriers), and high vaccine uptake (enablers) among underserved groups in Europe. They will be involved in conducting a qualitative study to explore attitudes, intentions, and behaviours towards vaccination, specifically HPV and MMR vaccines, amongst Bangladeshi communities in London. The post holder will be involved in study recruitment, data collection, data analysis, ...      The role will require experience in qualitative methods. Some knowledge of the UK vaccination system and experience in community engagement would be an advantage

uk: Research Associate

             
Oct
20
Sep
23
University of Bristol; Bristol, United Kingdom
A monotone coarse invariant (MCI) is an invariant which behaves monotonically with respect to coarse embeddings; growth and asymptotic dimension are two classical examples of such invariants. In the last ten years, the number and diversity of MCIs has increased dramatically, with new MCIs inspired by techniques from combinatorics, analysis, topology, electrical network theory and neural networks. The goal of the project is to further develop these MCIs as tools to tackle key problems in geometri...      You hold a PhD in Mathematics; You have expert knowledge in geometric group theory, combinatorial group theory or coarse geometry; You have demonstrated the ability to write and publish academic papers for leading international journals; You have the ability to conduct research independently and as part of a collaboration

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Oct
24
Sep
23
University College London (UCL), Department of Mathematics; London, United Kingdom
The department has internationally recognised research groups in pure and applied analysis; fluid mechanics; mathematical physics; geometry and topology; algebra, number theory and combinatorics; mathematical modelling in biology, finance, industry and society; Applications are invited for a full-time Research Fellow position to work with Professor Erik Burman on the project Computational methods for inverse problems subject to wave equations in heterogeneous media; The responsibilities of the p...      Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent qualification in Mathematics, or Numerical Analysis on a topic related to computational methods for wave propagation, computational methods or stability analysis for inverse problems, should be finalising their PhD or waiting for their viva date. An outstanding candidate will have interest and research experience with at least some of the following subjects: theory of finite element methods, error analysis of numerical methods, knowledge of stabilised f...

uk: Lecturer in Digital Business & Data Analytics

             
Oct
14
Sep
22
University of Liverpool; Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
The Operations and Supply Chain Management Group is seeking to appoint a new colleague at the level of Lecturer (the equivalent to Assistant Professor). Operations and supply chain-related research at ULMS has a broad scope and includes an increasing interest in digital business, data analytics and software engineering developments and applications to operations and supply chain design and management. Applications from those with relevant research experience, strong publication plans, and teachi...      You will possess a relevant PhD, or be close to completion of a PhD, and will demonstrate the potential to publish in top academic journals. Candidates will be able to evidence future research plans demonstrating a capacity to sustain a high level of output, and be expected to teach subjects related to the post at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The School seeks excellence in all aspects of student experience and looks for individuals with a passion for innovative pedagogies and the capac...

uk: Willis Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Cyclone Risk Modelling

             
Oct
17
Sep
22
University of Exeter; Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom
We seek to appoint an outstanding researcher to improve understanding of European winter storm risk under current and future climate conditions. This fellowship will provide an excellent opportunity to develop an academic career at the interface of mathematical and climate science that has real impact for the global insurance sector. Work will involve creating and analysing large storm data sets, developing novel physically consistent statistical methodologies for quantifying extreme storms and ...      Applicants must have a PhD in Statistics, Mathematics, Physics or a related discipline. Experience of statistical modelling of complex datasets, excellent cross-disciplinary communication and collaboration skills, and computer programming skills (e.g. in R and Python) are also essential. Knowledge of dynamical meteorology and experience of using climate model output would also be desirable. Successful candidates will have demonstrated the ability to carry out creative, innovative, independent re...

uk: UK Actuarial Analyst (100%)

             
Sep
22
American International Group, Inc. (AIG); London, United Kingdom
As an actuary at AIG, you will be challenged and encouraged to reach your greatest potential. Every day will bring new opportunities to stretch your analytical and problem- solving skills as you improve how we predict and mitigate risk. Our Financial Actuaries are on the frontlines, quantifying risk, pricing insurance and reserving losses for AIG’s major regulated and rated insurance operating companies globally. Portfolio Analytics and Pricing Actuaries support AIG’s businesses and are resp...      Candidates with relevant actuarial experience strongly preferred; Candidates with local language skills strongly preferred; Student member of an Actuarial Institute progressing through exams; Degree in Mathematics or related discipline; Strong analytical and problem solving skills; Work well both independently and as part of a team; Expertise in Excel, Access, VBA, SAS, or other programming languages preferred; Effective time management skills

uk: Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

             
Oct
15
Sep
22
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
We are seeking a highly motivated and talented Computational Biologist with experience in Next Generation Sequencing data analysis and machine-learning and/or statistical modelling to join our group to study the underlying rules of T cell receptor interaction with MHC presented peptides by leveraging multimodal single cell data from various cutting-edge technologies. Familiarity with TCR/BCR or antigen data is desirable but not essential for this post. The research in our group is focused on the...      You will hold a PhD/Dphil of relevance to systems and quantitative immunology experience of research within bioinformatics. A strong background in machine-learning/or and statistical inference and/or data science is essential. You will possess the ability to independently plan and manage a research project. A background or knowledge in T and B cell Immunology and experience of computational biology of immune repertoire data (TCRs and BCRs) is desirable

uk: Capital Modeling Risk Analyst (100%)

             
Sep
21
American International Group, Inc. (AIG); London, United Kingdom
The role is for a Capital Modeling Risk Analyst I based in London. You will support the development, testing, and documentation of the business uses of AIG’s Internal Capital models and be involved in supporting the associated production processes. The role will provide exposure to the modelling and aggregation of Property Casualty Insurance. This is a Global role, supporting head office uses in NY and the various geographies around the globe in which AIG operates. Economic capital is of growi...      Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, or Actuarial Science; Experience working in General Insurance is needed to perform this role; Experience with Igloo is preferred as it is the primary capital modelling platform used; Experience of using with programming languages, such as VBA, R or Python, and ability to learn new ones; Successful passing of one or more actuarial exams is preferred; Proven proficiency in mathematical and statistical methodologies; Experience with spreadsheets and d...

uk: Research Fellow Statistician

             
Sep
30
Sep
21
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); London, United Kingdom
The post holder will be responsible (among others) for the following: To develop and implement innovative and novel approaches to statistical data for both cohort and non-cohort data; To manage the multi-dimensional and interdisciplinary data set produced over the lifetime of the Hub; To compile and aggregate the extensive data sets collected by our partners in addition to available national, state and local-level surveys; To undertake data cleaning and analyses with precise replicable documenta...      The ideal candidate should have a PhD in a relevant discipline (economics, public health, social sciences). In addition, the candidate will need to have experience of working as a statistician in the area of international development, including analysis of large, longitudinal datasets within research projects. Comprehensive statistical programming experience with, for example, SPSS, SAS and STATA are a must. Further particulars are included in the job description

uk: Senior Data Analyst

             
Oct
3
Sep
21
Health Foundation; United Kingdom
This is a superb opportunity for an experienced data analyst to join an analytical team working to address key challenges in health and care. The analyst will work collaboratively to create high quality innovative analytical products. The role includes: collaboratively designing analytical protocols; leading on data cleaning, derivation and analysis; interpreting and communicating results; reviewing data sources, literature and policy      Suitably qualified, you will have demonstrable experience of working with large health datasets, and evidence of producing analytical outputs for a range of audiences. You enjoy writing, are an excellent communicator and are proficient in R or other analytical software

uk: Senior Research Associate on FUN2MODEL: From FUNction-based TO MOdel-based automated probabilistic reasoning for DEep Learning

             
Oct
14
Sep
21
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
You will be responsible for carrying out research with an emphasis on probabilistic reasoning and inference, including cognitive aspects and automated decision making. This may involve neuro-symbolic approaches; probabilistic verification/synthesis; causal reasoning; planning and game-theoretic methods; robustness and certification. Suitably qualified candidates will have an opportunity to lead software implementation, liaising with Dave Parker to coordinate PRISM codebase extensions. You will b...      You should hold a PhD in computer science, mathematics or related discipline and have post qualification research experience, possess specialist knowledge and demonstrable experience across some/all of: symbolic/neuro-symbolic methods; probabilistic/statistical verification and synthesis; planning and game theory, as well as have proven experience of software development in relevant areas, such as SAT/SMT, statistical inference, constraint solving and optimisation. Knowledge of neural networks a...

uk: Research Assistant/Research Associate* - Biostatistician/Genetic Epidemiologist

             
Sep
29
Sep
21
University of Cambridge; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a biostatistician/genetic epidemiologist to join the group of Prof Paul Pharoah within the Centre for Genetic Epidemiology, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge. The team carries out research in the molecular and genetic epidemiology of the common cancers, primarily ovarian cancer. The successful applicant will lead the biostatistical analysis of association studies based on whole genome and exome sequencing data from publicly generat...      Applicants should have a PhD* in statistics, epidemiology, bioinformatics or mathematics or have equivalent qualifications or experience. Knowledge of programming in R, Perl, Python or similar is essential. Previous experience of large-scale data analysis, genetic epidemiology, statistical methodology and knowledge of cancer biology and cancer genetics would be an advantage. The postholder will be working within a team and will need to liaise with statisticians, bioinformaticians and laboratory ...

uk: Medical Statistician (2 y)

             
Oct
15
Sep
21
University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
The Southampton Clinical Trials Unit (SCTU) is a UKCRC registered unit, and was set up in 2006 to design and conduct academically led clinical trials. The Unit employs trial managers, trial coordinators, data managers, statisticians and regulatory staff. We have an exciting opportunity to work within the clinical trials unit. You will work with the Senior Statistician and the trial teams and will take responsibility for trial analysis plans and interim and final trial analyses while developing e...      Candidates should have a PhD or post-graduate qualifications such as masters and experience in statistics or another relevant discipline. In addition, you should be familiar with either STATA or SAS, have good communication skills, possess initiative, and be able to work effectively within a team

uk: Research Associate in Biomechanical Modelling

             
Oct
3
Sep
21
University of Cambridge; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Various projects are possible, for example implementing a 3D thin shell class to represent the cell shape or the nucleus, interacting with the filamentous system of the cytoskeleton. The position is funded with the aim of integrating experimental data with models, and several exciting possibilities for local collaborations have been identified within Cambridge University      Applicants should have, or be close to obtaining a PhD in computational biology, physics, applied mathematics, computer science or related field and have a proven track record of scientific publication. Prior experience in modelling of biological systems, or expertise in systems biology and/or theoretical biophysics in general would be advantageous. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to develop skills in mathematical modelling, advanced numerical simulations and data analysis

uk: Research Associate in Stochastic Finite-element Modelling

             
Oct
13
Sep
21
University of Sheffield; Sheffield, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom
The aim of this project is to develop efficient numerical methods to accurately predict the stochasticity in mouse bone mechanics. You will develop a thorough understanding of the state-of-the-art of research in this area, implement the numerical techniques and report your progress to the research group. You will develop collaborations arising from your own research and position yourself as an expert in computational analysis of bone mechanics      You will possess an excellent PhD in mechanical engineering or a related discipline, and a solid knowledge of probability and statistics. Experience in software development for e.g., using C/C++, Python, Fortran, etc. is essential for this role. You should have contributed to numerical solver development (for e.g., finite-element, finite-volume, etc.) or have used commercial solvers with a very high level of sophistication (for e.g., use of user-subroutines, co-simulation etc.). Understanding of...

uk: Research Associate in Real-time Computational Hyperspectral Imaging

             
Oct
12
Sep
21
King's College London (KCL); London, United Kingdom
Develop, validate and integrate real-time algorithms for interventional hyperspectral imaging; Contribute to project management tasks; Maintain accurate and up-to date technical and user documentation of the delivered software; Contribute to the dissemination of the research through publications, open-source software and public engagement activities      Honours degree (2: 1 or above) or equivalent in Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, Computer Science or related numerate discipline; PhD or equivalent industrial experience in Computer Assisted Intervention or a closely related field; Good knowledge of machine learning and computer vision algorithms; Solid knowledge of and experience using the Python and C++ programming languages; Experience with scientific software packages such as PyTorch, Pandas, SciPy, NumPy, SciKit's, OpenCV, etc; E...

uk: Lecturer in Statistic (4 y)

             
Oct
18
Sep
21
University of St Andrews; St Andrews, Fife, United Kingdom
The University of St Andrews is seeking to enhance its teaching and research strengths in statistics by appointing a new Lecturer, initially on a 4-year fixed term contract. The successful candidate will be a scholar with a growing international research reputation and commitment to delivering high quality teaching. We welcome applications from across the broad spectrum of statistics, and particularly from candidates whose research could link with existing statistical strengths in St Andrews, in...      Candidates should hold a PhD in statistics or a closely related discipline. Excellent teaching skills are essential; experience in statistics module development will be an advantage, as will demonstrable ability to work in a team

uk: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Quantity Surveying

             
Oct
10
Sep
21
University of West London (UWL); United Kingdom
The successful individual will teach an appropriate mix of undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the School of Computing and Engineering at UWL commensurate with technical knowledge and prior experience. The post holder should be able to teach, but not limited to, the following subjects in the Built Environment discipline: Quantity Surveying. The post holder should also be able to demonstrate strong knowledge and experience in Quantity Surveying, and be proficient in the use of Industry ...      The candidate should have knowledge of current practice and ability to teach relevant subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in Higher Education. Evidence of teaching experience and an established research track record, or equivalent industrial experience, with appropriate outputs in a discipline relevant to the School are also required

uk: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Advanced Numerical Optimisation in Magnetic Resonance

             
Oct
4
Sep
21
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work under the supervision of Dr Mohammadali Foroozandeh on a research project funded by the Royal Society. The project involves the design and development of advanced numerical methods for effectively manipulating quantum systems of non-interacting and interacting spins drawing on state-of-the-art derivative-based and derivative-free optimisation techniques. One of the main objectives will be applying these techniques to optimise...      You should have a good knowledge of optimisation methods, quantum mechanics, spin dynamics, linear algebra, and ODEs. You should be familiar with the applications of numerical methods in magnetic resonance. You should have excellent programming skills in MATLAB or Python (or both), be familiar with vectorisation and parallel computing, and have the ability to translate mathematical formalisms to computer programs effectively. You should have a PhD in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, or Computer ...

uk: Research Fellow Statistical Genetics, Genetic Epidemiology, Bioinformatics (100%)

             
Oct
16
Sep
20
University College London (UCL), Institute of Ophthalmology; London, United Kingdom
The postholder will be based at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Eye Hospital, as well as the UCL Institute of Health Informatics; The fellow will conduct large-scale genome-wide association analyses and other multi-omics analyses of glaucoma-related phenotypes in several large cohorts. Translating the findings of these analyses into clinical prediction models, the fellow will apply modern polygenic prediction techniques      The postholder should have a PhD in statistical genetics, genetic epidemiology or bioinformatics (or a similar level of experience) and a relevant publication track record; Experience in the analysis of large-scale genetic data including genome-wide association studies is highly desirable and experience in analysis of exome sequencing data and other forms of omics data (e.g., metabolomics and methylation data) would be an advantage. There will be considerable support for development in these are...

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Oct
10
Sep
20
University College London (UCL), Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for the post of Research Fellow at the Department of Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences, funded until 31 March 2022 in the first instance. This position presents an unusual and exciting opportunity to work on a variety of projects in speech and hearing science, all with important clinical implications. One main project’s goals involves the development of methods for measuring frequency following responses (FFRs). The FFR is a scalp-recorded electrophysiological meas...      The ideal candidate for this role will hold a PhD in a relevant discipline, and have extensive research experience, with a particular emphasis on technical aspects of signal processing, computer programming and statistics. Expertise in auditory science is essential, as are skills in programming for spatial audio, and prior research experience in speech perception. The successful candidate will show excellent communicative and organisational skills, and the ability to work collaboratively

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Nov
30
Sep
20
University College London (UCL), UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, Max Planck Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research; London, United Kingdom
The overarching aim of the project is to understand the role of memory in goal-directed decision making, with a particular focus on the modulating role of mood and depression symptoms. We investigate this using online, in-person, and and neuroimaging (magnetoencephalography or MEG) experiments. As part of this project, the candidate will design and conduct experiments, with analyses focusing on computational modelling, and multivariate neuroimaging approaches      The successful candidate should have (or be close to obtaining) a PhD in a discipline such as computational, cognitive, or behavioural neuroscience, psychology, computer science or similar. Experience with computational modelling of behavioural data and with representational (decoding) approaches to human neuroimaging data is required. Solid knowledge of the learning and decision neuroscience literature is essential, as are familiarity with modern software development techniques, experience in p...

uk: Senior Research Fellow (Independent) (100%)

             
Oct
11
Sep
20
University College London (UCL), Division of Psychology and Language Sciences - Experimental Psychology; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a new Independent Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Experimental Psychology (EP). The postholder will be expected to develop a new and independent line of research at the interface of work on metacognition, social cognition, and mental health, using the tools of cognitive/computational neuroscience. The postholder will work closely with the teams of Prof. Tony David (Institute of Mental Health) and Dr. Stephen Fleming (EP) and be expected to develop a novel...      Applicants must hold a PhD in a relevant discipline (e.g., computational/cognitive neuroscience, cognitive science or experimental psychology). We are seeking applicants with an outstanding scientific track record relative to their career stage, expertise in behavioural and neuroimaging methods, and a clear vision for developing a new research programme. The candidate is expected to be able to work independently and as part of a team, have experience presenting talks at conferences and symposium...

uk: Research Fellow in Epidemiology (CASCADE Collaboration) (100%)

             
Oct
5
Sep
20
University College London (UCL), Institute for Global Health; London, United Kingdom
The CASCADE collaboration is funded by a number of pharmaceutical companies. The project aims to explore viral and host characteristics, understand the experience and needs, and measure clinical and patient-reported outcomes, among individuals in Europe with newly-acquired HIV. We are now seeking to appoint a Research Fellow in Epidemiology to work with the CASCADE collaboration. This is an exciting opportunity to implement and oversee the project, taking a leading role within 2 of 4 work packag...      The ideal candidate will have a PhD in epidemiology, medical statistics, public health (with a substantial quantitative component), or a related disciplinary area. Experience working in HIV, setting up and conducting research within the NHS, and working with European partners would be advantageous, as is the ability to speak more than one Western European language. The postholder should be comfortable working independently, analysing longitudinal data, and have some experience managing research ...

uk: Principal Research Fellow (100%)

             
Oct
17
Sep
20
University College London (UCL), Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care - Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health; London, United Kingdom
The Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health is part of the UCL Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care; Applications are invited for an exciting new post for a senior statistician to manage the statistical aspects of a number of randomised controlled trials and to supervise trial statisticians in all aspects of their work. The successful candidate will be a member of the Priment CTU Statistics and Methodology Team working primarily on clinical trials with Priment CTU, within ...      You will have a PhD in a subject with a large quantitative component (for example, Medical Statistics or allied discipline), or equivalent research/professional experience; You should have a track record of successful independent, statistics research in clinical trials including publications in high-quality, peer-reviewed papers as well as experience in the design and analysis of clinical trials and other large studies

uk: Data Analyst (100%)

             
Oct
8
Sep
20
University College London (UCL), TOPS (Transforming Our Professional Services) - Continuous Improvement; London, United Kingdom
UCL is currently undertaking a transformation of its professional services, with an ambition to provide UCL with effective, integrated and efficient professional services which support UCLs vison to integrate our education, research, innovation and enterprise for the long-term benefit of humanity; To achieve this we need to enhance our ability to continuously improve our services and processes and having readily available and accurate data is key to the success of this. You will support the Cont...      You will have well developed analytical skills and techniques and experience of obtaining, processing and analysing large and complex data sets. You will have evidence of the effective use of management information tools/visualisation technologies (i.e. Tableau, Qlik, PowerBI) and relational databases and associated query language (e.g. SQL)

uk: Assistant Professorial Lecturer in Data Science

             
Oct
6
Sep
20
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); London, United Kingdom
Based in the Data Science Institute, the post holder will have a proven track record of providing excellent academic and pastoral support, academic activities to enhance the student experience, and teaching. They will be expected to deliver excellence in course design, delivery and management, along with inspirational teaching, a demonstrable contribution to student learning and advising, and to the educational, administrative and collegial activities of the Institute. Please note that this is a...      Candidates must have a completed PhD in computer science, mathematics, statistics or a related subject by the post start date. They will have expertise in the field of applied data science to a demonstrably high level and a strong track record in teaching as well as a commitment to high-quality inclusive teaching and fostering a positive learning environment for all students. Candidates should have an ability to teach data science at undergraduate level with interdisciplinary applications to soc...

uk: Senior Research Fellow in Trial Methodology

             
Oct
8
Sep
20
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
You will lead methodology research aimed at improving the efficiency of clinical trials across all phases, explore novel methodologies in current and proposed trials, and work with statistical colleagues to develop or modify statistical methodology for trial analyses. You will also make a significant input in the direction and delivery of research in the area of trials methodology and reporting of trials, be able to work with limited supervision to identify, develop, modify and apply the necessa...      You will be educated to a minimum of MSc level in Medical Statistics/Biostatistics or an allied field (e.g. public health, epidemiology, data science) with relevant working experience, or a PhD in Medical Statistics/Biostatistics or an allied field, have a sound understanding of the phases of clinical trials and the key principals related to their statistical design and analysis, and have extensive experience with statistical programming either in R or Stata. Research experience in the design an...

uk: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Algebra

             
Oct
6
Sep
20
University of Lincoln; Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
The successful candidate will work with Simon on an exciting EPSRC-funded project exploiting the interplay between locally compact groups and permutation groups. The study of locally compact groups famously breaks into two cases: the connected case and the totally disconnected case. The solution of Hilbert's Fifth problem led to a broad understanding of the connected case. Understanding the totally disconnected case (henceforth, tdlc) is now a central problem in group theory. We now kno...      Applicants will be expected to have (or be close to finishing) a PhD in mathematics. It is not expected that applicants are familiar with all aspects of the project. However, they should possess sufficient specialist knowledge in one of the following: Permutation groups (preferably infinite); Locally compact groups; Groups acting as automorphisms of infinite combinatorial or geometric structures (for example trees, graphs, hypergraphs, relational structures, buildings, etc)

uk: Statistician

             
Oct
10
Sep
20
University of York; York, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
You will conduct high quality statistical analyses of trials, undertake statistical programming for checking, manipulating, summarising and analysing data, and assist in the development of research proposals. You will provide statistical expertise at all stages of research studies supported by the trials unit, from inception to analysis and will be encouraged to undertake dissemination of your research through publications, seminars and conference presentations and contribute to the identificati...      First degree and a higher degree in a relevant quantitative subject or equivalent experience; Knowledge in statistics to engage in high quality research and of a range of statistical techniques and methodologies; Research expertise in an area that will complement and enhance the department’s research strategy and goals; Knowledge of how to design and analyse data from randomised controlled trials; Ability to program using a range of computer software packages (eg. Stata, R); Ability to work un...

uk: Research Associate/Fellow

             
Oct
6
Sep
20
University of Nottingham; Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
We are looking for a researcher, whose expertise lies in Representation Theory and/or Topological Quantum Field Theory, to work with Dr Robert Laugwitz on a University of Nottingham funded project entitled “Quantum Symmetries, Categorification, and Topological Field Theory”. The central aim of the project is to study the algebraic structures underlying the construction of Topological Quantum Field Theories in dimensions 3 and 4. You will: Undertake original research of international excellen...      PhD or equivalent, in a relevant branch of mathematics, mathematical physics or a closely related discipline OR near to completion of a PhD; Expert knowledge of an area of pure mathematics or mathematical physics related to one or more of the following: tensor categories, representations of quantum groups, topological quantum field theory, quantum topology, higher representation theory, or categorification; Excellent communication and organisational skills; The ability to work independently and ...

uk: Statistician

             
Oct
18
Sep
20
University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
The post holder will provide high level statistical expertise in designing and implementing statistical analysis across the IGC’s research programmes, developing novel statistical methods as appropriate. The IGC core statistician fills a key role in the provision of advice on research designs and statistical methods to ensure the validity of research projects. They will deliver statistical training workshops and 1: 1 support to IGC staff and students at all levels, and develop new materials wh...      Post-graduate qualification, preferably in Statistics or a closely related discipline, or equivalent professional qualification and/or experience; Excellent IT skills including the use of statistical software R; Experience of research projects and high dimensional data analysis, with a background or interest in biomedical research; Ability to communicate statistical concepts effectively to non-statisticians; Demonstrable skills in project management, in particular the management of multiple proj...

uk: IMSS Senior Research Fellow in Statistical Science (100%)

             
Sep
27
Sep
18
University College London (UCL), Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences - Department of Statistical Science; London, United Kingdom
You will lead and carry out a programme of original independent research on a topic of your choice in statistics (including data science) or applied probability, leading to conference presentations and publications in leading journals; You will also contribute to the research environment of the departments of Statistical Science and of Mathematics. A strictly limited amount of teaching will also be required. Appointees will each be awarded a fund of £9, 000 to support their research over the du...      A PhD or equivalent qualification, or evidence of an equivalent level of attainment in research publications, in statistics or a closely related field; a proven record of ability to carry out high quality research in a branch of probability or statistics, including publications in highly regarded peer-reviewed journals; and ability to plan and implement an influential independent research programme

uk: Research Scientist - Machine Learning Fairness

             
Sep
18
ByteDance; London, United Kingdom
Research and development of technologies on machine learning fairness and ethics for products (including but not limited to machine learning interpretability, robustness, and privacy); Conduct research on machine learning fairness and collaborate with experts in related fields in academia and industry; Carry out design and theoretical analysis of algorithms, and apply them to recommendation, search, CV, NLP and other fields      Researchers or PhD graduates in machine learning and other related fields; In-depth understanding of machine learning with rich experiences in relevant fields; Solid mathematical background and coding ability; Publications at the top conferences is a big plus

uk: Senior/Principal Bioinformatician

             
Oct
31
Sep
18
Wellcome Sanger Institute; Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
As a Principal Bioinformatician, you will be responsible for developing novel and innovative approaches, mentoring internally and externally. You will play a central role in the analysis of pathogen genomic datasets to deliver key biological insights. As a Senior Bioinformatician, you will be responsible for contributing to the analysis of pathogen genomic datasets, working with colleagues to ensure the highest standards in analysis and presentation of results. Supporting external collaborators ...      PhD and significant experience in statistical genetics, microbial genomics, metagenomics, computational biology, infectious disease epidemiology or a related discipline; Demonstrated expertise in the management and analysis of large datasets; Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of at least one relevant programming language; Excellent communication skills, ability to interact with international collaborators and across a multi-disciplinary team to develop and maintain good working relationsh...

uk: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Statistics (100%)

             
Nov
9
Sep
18
Newcastle University; Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
Undertake independent original research in statistical methodology; Publish refereed articles in journals of international standing; Collaborate with colleagues in the School on research in statistics/statistical data science; Collaborate in applied research with colleagues from other schools; Develop grant-funded research projects; Supervise students taking the MSc in Data Science, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers; Undertake external professional activities that contribute to the devel...      A good first degree in a mathematical or related subject; PhD in Statistics or a closely related discipline; Relevant teaching qualification (Desirable); Evidence of analytical and problem-solving capability with the relevant personal skills, initiative and drive; Strong awareness of modern methodology in statistics or statistical data science; A record of high-quality research in methodology for statistics or statistical data science with potential to meet the University’s standard for submis...

uk: (Lead) NLP Data Scientist/ML Engineer, RegBrain

             
Sep
18
CUBE; London, United Kingdom
Prepare, maintain, and refine the semantic map (knowledge graph) of CUBE's regulatory data; Develop, test, and improve optimal ML & NLP models for each RegBrain use case. A lot of data will be text, but numbers, dates, and other data types are important too; Present information using data visualisation techniques (especially important for the semantic map); Determine additional data sources and how to include them in the pipeline (another team will help with actually adding them); S...      End-to-end ML model design and development experience (design is more relevant for the data science team; deploying models to production and performance monitoring are especially important for the engineering team); Experience with cloud infrastructure for data pipelining and model deployment (more relevant for engineering); Experience with ML platforms, frameworks, and libraries; Experience analysing vast volumes of textual data; Strong familiarity with SQL and NoSQL/graph databases

uk: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow (Saxe lab)

             
Oct
3
Sep
16
University College London (UCL), Sainsbury Wellcome Centre; London, United Kingdom
This is an exciting opportunity to work in a collaborative and multidisciplinary environment and the successful candidate will have the opportunity to bring theoretical ideas in contact with experiments through collaboration with a variety of experimentalists at SWC and the broader neuroscience community at UCL and beyond. The role lies at the interface of theoretical neuroscience and deep learning theory and will involve conducting research into artificial deep networks using techniques from ap...      Strong quantitative and programming skills, such as experience with methods from nonlinear dynamics, statistical physics and modern deep learning software frameworks are essential. You should have a PhD in theoretical neuroscience or a closely related discipline, or have submitted your thesis before commencing in post; You will have excellent communication and analytical skills as well as a proven track record of publishing work as lead author relating to theory of deep learning or theoretical n...

uk: Epidemiologist/Statistician

             
Oct
1
Sep
16
University of Leicester; Leicester, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Joining the Leicester Real World Evidence team at the Diabetes Research Centre (DRC) you will undertake statistical and epidemiological research using real-world data from classical observational studies and from electronic health records (e.g. UK Biobank, the Clinical Practice Research Datalink, and Hospital Episodes Statistics). You will support and undertake statistical analysis for cardiometabolic research, evaluate study protocols for feasibility, and take a lead on writing research papers....      With a PhD in a relevant area (e.g. medical statistics, epidemiology, biostatistics) or an MSc and equivalent experience, you will have an understanding of survival analysis and other methodologies commonly used in applied health research. Good knowledge of statistical programming and data management (e.g using Stata/R) is essential, and experience of working with large datasets or electronic health records would be beneficial. An understanding of pharmaco-epidemiology and/or pragmatic trials wo...

uk: Research Fellow in Efficient Simulation of Earth’s Core Dynamics

             
Sep
29
Sep
16
University of Leeds; Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
We are seeking a Research Fellow to fulfil a key role in a large team project by designing and implementing major performance enhancements to computer simulations of fluid dynamics and magnetic field generation in planetary cores. This project will consider a range of strategies for enhancing performance of the existing Leeds Dynamo Code, including but not limited to: hyperdiffusion and turbulence closure schemes; alternative time-stepping methods including parallel-in-time integration; utilisin...      You will have a PhD or be near completion (i.e. the initial thesis needs to have been handed in at the point of application) in applied mathematics, computer science, physics or similar discipline with a strong background in numerical analysis. You will also have demonstrated the ability to conduct independent research and evidence of peer-reviewed publications in international journals

uk: Research Associate, Economic Networks and Transaction Data – Methodological Improvements

             
Oct
3
Sep
16
Alan Turing Institute; London, United Kingdom
Develop methods for utilising financial transaction data in a national statistics context; Contribute to the development of input-output network models, including estimation of these models from disparate data sources; Develop data-science tools and pipelines to provide economic indicators at various levels of geographic and temporal aggregation, to an industrial standard; Enable data sharing between organisations and different departments within an organisation; Understand which data are, or mi...      PhD in Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Operations Research, Computer Science or closely related discipline; A solid background in one or more of the following: Probability Theory, Stochastic Analysis and Control, Bayesian Inference and Probabilistic Machine Learning, mathematical Modelling of collective behaviour of interacting systems and rigorous agent-based modelling; Experience in design, development and implementation of research software libraries, ideally using one of the following: P...

uk: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Data Science (100%)

             
Oct
6
Sep
16
University of Sheffield; Sheffield, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom
The appointee will have a strong commitment to both research and teaching, and to interdisciplinary collaboration both within the University and with external organisations, and will make a key contribution to advancing the School’s competitive position. They will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in areas such as: database design, machine learning, data communication and visualisation, and programming. We are particularly keen to attract applications from those who have ...      The Information School seek applications from ambitious, highly motivated and talented individuals with a PhD or equivalent in Data Science or a relevant field, who will be keen to play an active role in maintaining and enhancing the School’s national and international reputation. If you have a developing (Lecturer) or established (Senior Lecturer) research profile, a proven teaching ability, a strong commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration, and want to make a key contribution to advanci...

uk: Associate Professor in Quantity Surveying

             
Oct
3
Sep
16
Edinburgh Napier University; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
As Associate Professor, you shall be expected to be an academic leader, capable of delivering high-quality, student-centred teaching and learning, underpinned by research able to support innovation. The discipline specific expertise sought is as follows: building design and technology, construction cost studies, contract procedures and administration, procurement strategy and project management      Qualification in the relevant subject discipline to Masters level Proof of a strong academic standing in teaching and learning Evidence of high-quality (2 and 3*) research outputs Experience sufficient to underpin the on-going development of teaching and learning within the School and support an expansion of the research portfolio Demonstrate a level of achievement appropriate to the post applied for Commitment to a sustained and continuous development of the discipline

uk: Lecturer in Pure Mathematics

             
Oct
3
Sep
16
University of Leeds; Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
The School of Mathematics invites applications from academics who have an excellent research record, an aspiration to obtain external research funding and a passion for delivering first-class inspirational teaching and supervision in a top School (in the top 10 REF2014) in a research-intensive UK University. As a Lecturer, you will carry out research, teaching, and management within the school, faculty and university and contribute to academic leadership in the field of Pure Mathematics. Applica...      With a vision and drive to develop a prestigious internationally competitive research portfolio as well as a passion for undertaking research-led teaching, you will make a significant impact on the performance, stature, and profile of research and student education at the University of Leeds. You will have a PhD in Mathematics or a relevant discipline

uk: Research Associate/Fellow

             
Oct
5
Sep
16
University of Nottingham; Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
We are looking for a researcher, whose expertise lies in algebraic geometry, with an emphasis on combinatorial aspects such as toric or spherical geometry, to work with Dr Johannes Hofscheier on a University of Nottingham funded project entitled “Spherical Geometry: Mirror Symmetry, Deformations, and Combinatorics”. The central aim of the project is to study Fano varieties with a “good” action of an algebraic group (main examples include toric varieties, flag varieties, or more generally...      PhD or equivalent, in a relevant branch of mathematics, such as (combinatorial) algebraic geometry or a closely related discipline OR near to completion of a PhD; Expert knowledge of an area of pure mathematics related to one or more of the following areas: Spherical or toric geometry; Mirror symmetry; Toric degenerations; Newton-Okounkov bodies; String polytopes

uk: Research Associate/Senior Research Associate in Quantum Computing Theory

             
Oct
15
Sep
16
University of Bristol; Bristol, United Kingdom
Development of new efficient quantum algorithms or communication protocols for practically relevant computational problems; Design of methods for verification/testing of near-term quantum devices; Design of techniques for simulation of quantum-mechanical systems using a quantum computer; Characterisation of the complexity of problems in many-body quantum physics and quantum information theory; Analysis/development of architectures for quantum computers; Development of new mathematical tools and ...      PhD in the theory of quantum computation or quantum information, or otherwise evidence of expertise in this area; A strong record of publications in high-quality international conferences and journals; An interest in the design of algorithms, the theory of computational complexity, the theory of verification of software or hardware, or other aspects of theoretical computer science; An interest in real-world near-term or long-range applications of quantum computers

uk: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow

             
Oct
12
Sep
16
University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
An exciting opportunity for two quantitative scientists to work on a Global Health research programme in the School of Primary Care, Population Sciences and Medical Education, within the Faculty of Medicine. The CHERISH programme focuses on couples health in sub-Saharan Africa, and is a partnership between the University of Southampton and two South African institutions: Human Sciences Research Council and University of Cape Town. You will contribute to our programme by conducting analyses of ex...      A PhD* in a relevant subject (Epidemiology, Demography, Medical/Social Statistics, economics, bioinformatics, data science or equivalent); Advanced statistical skills and experience of using Stata or R; Previous experience analysing longitudinal population, panel or cohort data; An analytical mindset with attention to detail and a drive for rigour; Motivation and ambition to make a personal contribution to Global Health research; Experience of multi-level modelling and survival analysis methods ...

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Oct
12
Sep
15
University College London (UCL), UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Department of Clinical and Experimental Epilepsy; London, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a Research Fellow in the Department of Clinical and Experimental Epilepsy, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology. The mission of the Department is to transform the lives of people living with epilepsy for the better by identifying, understanding and correcting or preventing the underlying mechanisms leading to the epilepsies and associated comorbidities in each individual person. The post holder will apply advanced recording methods, including Neuropixels probes, t...      Applicants should have a PhD (or be close to obtaining) or equivalent in Neuroscience or a related discipline. Experience of in vitro or in vivo electrophysiology, silicon probe recordings to study single units, and working with rodents, colony maintenance and surgery is essential. IT proficiency at advanced user level (electrophysiological and imaging data processing, statistical analysis programs), good inter-personal skills with an ability to work co-operatively in a multidisciplinary setting...

uk: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Pure Mathematics

             
Nov
9
Sep
15
Newcastle University; Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
We are looking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Pure Mathematics to join the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics at Newcastle University. We are seeking an excellent researcher and dedicated teacher who will strengthen or complement our existing expertise. Research in pure mathematics within the School is focused on algebra and analysis (including geometric group theory, representation theory, complex analysis and functional analysis). You will be involved in the undergraduate ...      You will have a PhD in Mathematics and an established or developing research record evidenced by high-quality publications in leading international journals. You should have excellent communication skills and demonstrable teaching potential. A track record of high quality research in an area of pure mathematics which strengthens or complements existing research in pure mathematics in the School. Experience of presenting work to the national/international research community at conferences, worksh...

uk: Computational Scientist in Extreme Scale Computing

             
Sep
28
Sep
15
Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC); United Kingdom
Building computational models of components, products and processes Help commercial partners understand how to model uncertainties and adopt complex models, especially multilevel, multi-scale ones as well as adopt efficient techniques for model coupling; Support our partners integrate hierarchical and multilevel modelling approaches that enable efficient integration of novel AI methods in their applications; Working with Business Development on project scoping, in particular identifying appropri...      A PhD or equivalent professional experience at least two areas with relevance to extreme scale computing, Computational Science and engineering; Experience with a compiled language such as C/C++ or Fortran; Experience using modelling and simulation (finite element or CFD software etc); Large scale distributed memory algorithms; Heterogenous/accelerated computing; Stochastic methods (Monte Carlo etc) and approaches for diverse problems (optimization, Linear Algebra, multi-level, multi-scale probl...

uk: AI Researcher

             
Sep
30
Sep
15
Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC); United Kingdom
meet with clients and suggest AI solutions to their specific problems. Develop project plans to implement these solutions. Clients are typically academic research groups or commercial partners. The AI solutions are typically centered around deep neural networks, although other AI techniques are used on a case-by-case basis. Specific projects will sometimes be confidential in nature. Implement the proposed AI solution. This often involves using our supercomputers to train deep neural networks      Educated to PhD or Masters level or equivalent in a mathematical, physics or other scientific discipline Solid background in applied mathematics, preferably in a field based on mathematical analysis (i.e. calculus)

uk: Statistician (100%)

             
Sep
15
Intensive Care National Audit & Research Centre (ICNARC); London, United Kingdom
This is an exciting opportunity to join the statistical team that has underpinned high profile, national reporting on intensive care during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are looking for a Statistician to provide statistical expertise to trial design and analysis in support of the delivery of our research portfolio through our UKCRC fully-registered Clinical Trials Unit and provide statistical support for our National Audit Programme, an umbrella of four national clinical audits managed by ICNARC      Applicants must have an MSc or PhD in Medical Statistics (or equivalent experience); experience in the analysis of routine health data and/or clinical trials and a good working knowledge of standard statistical software; the ability to express technical information clearly to a wide range of people through both written and verbal communication; the ability to plan actions to accomplish goals systematically, including establishing time-frames, allocating resources, and following up on details

uk: Postdoctoral Training Fellow

             
Oct
6
Sep
15
Francis Crick Institute; London, United Kingdom
Developing multiplex assays to explore genotype-phenotype relationships in genes harbouring clinical variants of uncertain significance (VUS); Studying the sequence determinants of splicing outcomes; Studying how rare variants alter function of regulatory elements or non-coding RNAs in normal development and cancer; Developing single-cell sequencing readouts of variant effect; Developing methods to systematically characterise epistatic interactions      PhD in molecular biology, genetics/genomics, bioinformatics, bioengineering, or a related field (or be close to PhD program completion); Extensive knowledge of genetics/genomics and quantitative data analysis; Working knowledge of molecular biology incl. PCR, cloning, DNA sequencing, and familiarity with basic bioinformatics tools; Successful record of leading projects as evidenced by publications, submitted manuscripts, preprints or available software; Ability to clearly communicate science (mo...

uk: Research Associate (Epidemiology or Health Data Science)

             
Sep
29
Sep
15
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL); London, United Kingdom
The post will involve analysis of already collected longitudinal data on multimorbidity across the lifespan, focusing on depression, anxiety and cardiometabolic disorders. The postholder will lead health data analysis within Genes & Health for the LINC programme, and will also be an integral part of building cross-cohort analyses across health, genetic and social data      You will bring expertise from a PhD (or equivalent experience) in epidemiology, data science, computer science or statistics. You will have experience of health research and analysis of large datasets. You will be highly motivated, and your interests, skills and ability to work collaboratively will deliver high quality, impactful research. You will have excellent opportunities for your own personal and professional development

uk: Research Fellow in Theory of Co-Evolutionary Computation

             
Oct
13
Sep
15
University of Birmingham; Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a 3-year Research Fellowship in the theory of co-evolutionary computation. Co-evolutionary algorithms are heuristic optimisation techniques, mimicking biological principles of natural selection, e.g. for minimax/robust optimisation and learning game playing strategies. Such algorithms have been successfully applied to various industrial optimisation domains. However, the theoretical understanding of these methods has been limited. The successful candidate will contri...      Hold (or be close to obtaining) a PhD in a relevant subject, ideally on the theory of evolutionary computation, algorithmic game theory, algorithms and computational complexity, stochastic processes/probability theory, or discrete mathematics. Significant contributions made to world-class research in one or more of the above topics, experience in writing peer-reviewed papers for leading journals and conferences Proficiency in (or desire to learn) mathematical techniques relevant for the analysis...

uk: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Statistical Genetics

             
Oct
4
Sep
15
University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
We are looking for a statistical geneticist with experience in large scale analyses of genomic data to work on a post funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) that aims are harness the use, integration and interpretation of large or high dimensional genetic and genomic datasets to investigate multi-morbidity. This post focuses on developing of mathematical models to analyse population-wide genetic and environmental factors linked to multimorbid clusters and to identify causal ...      Technically proficient in statistical genetics methods (GWAS, LMM, etc); A track record in using or developing instrumental variable methods (e.g. Mendelian Randomization); Extremely good communication skills (written and verbal); Open and collegial; Track record in high impact/high quality research publications

uk: Research Fellow in Health/Medical Statistics

             
Oct
12
Sep
15
Oxford Brookes University; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
This exciting new post will provide health/medical statistics support for the researchers within the Oxford Institute of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Research (OxINMAHR). This will include providing methodological advice for grant applications, performing ongoing statistical evaluations, teaching and supervising research students, and contributing to academic publications and reports      The role would be particularly suitable for an academic statistician interested in developing innovative approaches to early phase clinical trials and experimental healthcare studies

uk: Consultant

             
Sep
15
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: Associate Professor in Biomedical Statistics/Statistical Science (100%)

             
Oct
10
Sep
14
University College London (UCL), PSEM - MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing; London, United Kingdom
This is a new appointment linked to the whole of life cohorts curated at UCL. You will lead a programme of work entitled life course methods and functional trajectories. This includes raising funds for, conducting and disseminating high quality research in the whole of life determinants of health and disease in across life to older age. You will be part of a multidisciplinary biomedical and social science team, with strong linkages to the Institute of Cardiovascular Science, Institute of Neurolo...      A PhD in statistics, data science or related discipline, with extensive experience in some of the following domains: causal inference, statistical genetics, machine learning and longitudinal analysis. Ideally, you will previously have worked with biomedical data, and in a multi-disciplinary environment. You will have a track record of leadership and grant income

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Sep
30
Sep
14
University College London (UCL), MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing and the Centre for Medical Image Computing (CMIC); London, United Kingdom
We wish to appoint to a full time position funded to 31 March 2023 in the first instance, in the MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing at UCL; LHA is in close collaboration with the Centre for Medical Image Computing (CMIC), that gathers in particular expertise in disease modelling and imaging biomarkers extraction and the Dementia Research Centre (DRC) that provides further clinical expertise. The main purpose of this job will be to lead on the development of new machine learning imaging anal...      This post will suit someone with a background in medical imaging analysis and machine learning; The appointee will have a PhD or equivalent experience. We are looking for evidence of research experience and design of machine learning solutions, and ideally the appointee will have experience in training and designing deep learning frameworks for analysis of structural MRI imaging and/or object detection problems

uk: Lecturer in Actuarial Mathematics

             
Oct
13
Sep
14
University of Liverpool; Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Liverpool is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in the area of Actuarial Mathematics to invigorate its research and teaching profile. Expansion in this field is of strategic importance to the University and as such there is major investment behind its Institute for Financial and Actuarial Mathematics      You should have a PhD in Mathematics, Statistics or Actuarial Mathematics and excellent research achievements in Actuarial Mathematics or related fields including frequent publications in internationally recognised journals. You should have experience of teaching both small and large groups of students, student supervision and curriculum development. We encourage applications from mathematicians working in any field of Actuarial Mathematics. However, exceptional individuals with an excellent tra...

uk: Postdoctoral Research Assistant

             
Oct
15
Sep
14
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
The current COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest threat posed by a respiratory virus since the 1918 H1N1 influenza pandemic. This is an excellent opportunity for a bright and enthusiastic researcher to develop their career in statistical epidemiology within the internationally leading Department of Statistics in the University of Oxford at a critical time for this field. This role is key within the Epidemiology and Risk Assessment theme of the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) in Emerging...      As the successful Postdoctoral Research Assistant, you will hold a PhD/DPhil (or be close to completion) in a relevant field such as statistics, biostatistics, infectious disease epidemiology, epidemic modelling. You will have research experience in infectious disease epidemiology and possess sufficient specialist knowledge of statistical and epidemiological methods. You will have the ability to manage own academic research and associated activities and possess excellent communication skills, in...

uk: Lecturer in Financial Mathematics

             
Oct
13
Sep
14
University of Liverpool; Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Liverpool is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in the area of Financial Mathematics to invigorate its research and teaching profile. Expansion in this field is of strategic importance to the University and as such there is major investment behind its Institute for Financial and Actuarial Mathematics      You should have a PhD in Mathematics, Statistics or Financial Mathematics and excellent research achievements in Financial Mathematics or related fields including frequent publications in internationally recognised journals. You should have experience of teaching both small and large groups of students, student supervision and curriculum development. We encourage applications from mathematicians working in any field of Financial Mathematics. However, exceptional individuals with an excellent tra...

uk: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Text Analysis and Causal Inference

             
Oct
17
Sep
14
Alan Turing Institute; United Kingdom
To construct novel large-scale datasets of public interest and to build statistical causal models; To identify and curate data sources that can be used to calibrate/estimate and validate the models; To translate the results from these models into intuitive lessons for policy-makers; To work with other Postdoctoral Research Associates across the Policy Modelling research group and the Public Policy programme; To develop work plans to ensure timely delivery of objectives and assist with quarterly ...      A PhD or equivalent level of professional experience in any quantitative discipline related to socioeconomic systems, statistics, computer science, or computational social sciences; A solid track record in innovative applications of tools such as natural language processing and do-calculus; Experienced in working with textual large-scale datasets from various sources and formats; Expertise in different text-analysis computational methods such as Natural Language Processing and Topic Modelling; A...

uk: Two posts at Senior Lecturer, Reader or Professor level in Pure Mathematics

             
Sep
14
University of Manchester (UoM); Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
We are now inviting applications for two positions in Pure Mathematics at Senior Lecturer, Reader or Professorial level. We are looking for experienced mathematicians of outstanding ability who will contribute to the continued development of the Pure Mathematics Group and to the life of the Department of Mathematics, in the School of Natural Sciences. Applicants are sought in any area of pure mathematics that complements or extends existing expertise in the Department. Applicants should have a v...      Applicants should have an established track record of outstanding research in pure mathematics and a genuine commitment to, and enthusiasm for, teaching, research and the development of others

uk: Postdoctoral researcher in machine learning for healthcare

             
Sep
29
Sep
14
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
We are looking for a Postdoctoral Researcher to conduct reproducible machine learning analyses of time-series wearable sensor data. In this role you will be supported to conduct reproducible machine learning analysis of time-series wearable sensor datasets, maintain accurate and comprehensive records of data analyses, code developed and methods used, contribute to the preparation of scientific reports and journal articles and represent the group at external meetings and seminars. You will also b...      To be considered you will hold, or be close to completion of a DPhil/PhD in machine learning, health data science, statistics, bioinformatics, or a closely related field and an excellent understanding of common machine learning methods (e.g. Random Forests, Convolutional Neural Networks, Recurrent Neural Networks) and of the programming approaches. You will also have experience of applying machine learning methods to real clinical problems

uk: Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Health Economics and Econometrics

             
Oct
5
Sep
14
University of Lincoln; Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
We are inviting applications for a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Health Economics and Econometrics (fixed term 6 months) to support our expanding programme of primary and prehospital research. The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting research on the NIHR funded study, ‘Community First Responders’ role in the current and future rural health and care workforce’, and other related studies as directed by the Chief Investigator, Prof Niroshan Siriwardena      The successful candidate will be qualified to at least PhD level in a relevant subject. Previous appropriate training and experience are essential. The Post-Doctoral Research Associate will be involved in all aspects of the research but primarily focus on economic analysis and statistical analyses of large data. They will also be responsible for supporting preparation of reports, conference abstracts, presentations, and journal papers. The applicant will have experience of health economic analys...

uk: Research Assistant

             
Sep
30
Sep
14
University of Warwick; Coventry, England, United Kingdom
Clearing and merging of databases (social data); Data analysis and modelling with statistical software such as SPSS, R and STATA; Spatial data analysis and modelling using GIS spatial software (e.g. ArcGIS, QGIS); Gathering of secondary social and ecological data for Protected Areas; Contributing to academic publications and policy reports; and; Assisting in facilitation of workshops      Good honours degree or equivalent; Range of quantitative and/or qualitative research skills; Strong research potential with the ability or potential to publish high quality work in relevant fields

uk: Research Fellow (Investigating Synaptic Biology in ALS) (100%)

             
Oct
1
Sep
13
University College London (UCL), UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Department of Neuromuscular Diseases; London, United Kingdom
The Department of Neuromuscular Diseases is a hub for clinical and research excellence across the spectrum of spinal cord and neuromuscular diseases. We are looking for a Research Fellow to join the Fratta Lab, which uses human iPSC-derived neurons, mouse models and post mortem tissue to investigate the pathogenesis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The project will involve both imaging and electrophysiology investigations in iPSC-derived neurons and also testing of novel therapeutic targe...      The successful candidate must have a PhD in Neuroscience/biological science, and experience with neuronal cell culture and in confocal imaging. The ability to present research findings with authority and coherence to a variety of audiences at national and international conferences, seminars and project meetings is essential, as are excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong problem solving abilities, and good inter-personal skills with an ability to work co-operatively in a multidis...

uk: Research Fellow in Mathematical and Physical Biology (100%)

             
Oct
31
Sep
13
University College London (UCL), London Centre for Nanotechnology; London, United Kingdom
This is a full time Research position for two years (with a potential of an extension for an additional year) funded by The Crick Institute. The position is related to a project that explores the role of growth and patterning in development and evolution. The successful candidate will address the interplay between tissue patterning and cell growth using tools from mathematics and physics such as dynamical systems and scaling laws. We will combine analytical and numerical tools to develop a theor...      Applicants should have a PhD in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science or related discipline in the Physical Sciences. No prior knowledge of biology is required but willingness to work at the interface of physics/maths and biology is essential. Coding competency (in C, Python, Matlab or similar language) is essential. Applicants should demonstrate a publication record appropriate to their level of experience. The successful candidate will be self-driven, independent and able to work as a member ...

worldwide: Amazon Scholars

             
Sep
12
Amazon; Worldwide
Applications are accepted from academic experts in research areas including, but not limited to, the following: Artificial Intelligence, Avionics, Computer Vision, Data Science, Economics, Machine Learning, Optimization, Natural Language Processing, Quantum Computing, and Robotics; As an Amazon Scholar, your responsibilities may include: Advising business leaders on strategic plans; Diving deep to solve a specific technical problem in an organization’s roadmap, and; Advising junior researchers...      PhD in a relevant field or related discipline; 7+ years of relevant work or academic experience; Experience leading technical research projects with multiple stakeholders; Current affiliation with an academic or research institution

uk: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

             
Oct
17
Sep
11
University of Exeter; Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom
Example projects include studying pattern formation during embryonic development, generation of collective oscillations in neuronal networks, transitions in the progression of type 2 diabetes or reversibility of anti-microbial resistance. The successful applicant will liaise with collaborators (based at the University of Exeter and elsewhere) to develop and refine mathematical models of these systems and will apply numerical and analytical techniques to study the dynamics produced by these model...      Applicants will possess a relevant PhD or equivalent qualification/experience in a related field of study. The successful applicant will be an expert mathematical modelling and possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to develop research programmes and methodologies. The successful applicant will also be able to work collaboratively, supervise the work of others and act as team leader as required. Applicants will be able to work effectively with a range of people including clini...

uk: Research Fellow in Mathematics

             
Nov
1
Sep
10
University of Warwick; Coventry, England, United Kingdom
We are seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher to work under supervision of Prof. Oleg Pikhurko on the ERC Advanced Grant "Finite and Descriptive Combinatorics". This broad project focuses on the interplay between combinatorics and some other areas of pure mathematics (descriptive set theory, Borel and measure-preserving group actions, stochastic processes and local algorithms on locally finite graphs, etc), with applications going both ways. The main directions are descriptive combi...      PhD or equivalent in Mathematics or being close to its completion. While a previous experience in these areas is not required, an ideal candidate will have a strong analytic background and a great interest in combinatorics. We will also be looking for the depth of applicant's previous research and her/his potential to master new areas and techniques

uk: Senior Data Manager (part-time)

             
Sep
29
Sep
09
University College London (UCL), Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care - Epidemiology and Public Health; London, United Kingdom
A Data Manager post (0.5FTE, Grade 8) has become available in the Whitehall II Study in the Research Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. The main activities will include documenting and curating the new and existing clinical, registry, and survey data, generating data dictionaries, handling data sharing requests and linkage to external data (eg HES); The post holder will prepare all IG agreements (Section 251, IG Toolkit NHSD) as and when required and manage any information Governance ...      The post holder be educated to degree level and have significant data management experience. Familiarity with Access and SQL databases and knowledge of statistical packages such as/SAS/STATA/Python/R is essential

uk: Research Fellow (100%)

             
Oct
5
Sep
09
University College London (UCL), Institute of Health Informatics; London, United Kingdom
The postholder will be based at the UCL Institute of Health Informatics and will primarily work on an NIHR-funded grant on long COVID to characterise the syndrome and identify risk factors and physiological pathways that predispose individuals to longer lasting symptoms to help guide patient treatment and support. The postholder will be responsible for developing statistical analysis protocols and leading the analysis of quantitative data from long COVID patients from a range of data sources and...      The successful applicant will have a PhD (or equivalent experience) in epidemiology, biostatistics, bioinformatics or a related population health science and have excellent analytic skills, including statistical analysis and data wrangling. Experience working with longitudinal electronic health or other routine administrative data is essential. You will also have experience in reproducible science best practices e.g. source code version control (git) and Jupyter management. The postholder will b...

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

             
Sep
08
Consulting Companies; 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, Alma | Life, Health and Pension AG, Actuarial and Risk Consulting Stoll GmbH, Consult AG Statistical Services, d-fine, D ONE Solutions AG, Institut für Datenanalyse und Prozessdesign (Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften), Intuitive Collaboration AG, Keller Experten AG, Kellex AG, Libera AG, Milliman, Polynomics, Systemorph AG, Tarigan Statistical Consulting and Data Analysis

uk: Senior Econometrician (100%)

             
Sep
07
Experian; London, United Kingdom
Working with our clients, Experian sales and market consultants to determine what the client wants to achieve; Designing solutions to client’s problems, leading new product developments; Building compelling solutions that resonate with clients and inform their decision makers; Regularly communicating verbally and in written reports solutions and business benefits to clients      Ideally MSc or a strong degree in Economics, Econometrics or related discipline; Significant Experience (circa 5+ years) in building econometric models using large datasets and producing model based forecasts & scenarios; Experience in modelling climate risk and an understanding of the risks faced by lenders due to climate change would be an advantage; Producing written research, methodology notes etc and presenting research to clients in a variety of contexts including conferences and meeti...

uk, us: Statistical Geneticist Investigator

             
Sep
07
GlaxoSmithKline plc (GSK); United Kingdom, United States
Develop and implement approaches to acquire, analyze, interpret and apply human genetic evidence to inform target selection and validation decisions across a range of disease areas; Participate in project teams with GSK scientists and external collaborators; Find creative solutions and quickly prototype applications to address challenging scientific questions; Contribute to the developing science of drug target identification and validation, providing scientific expertise within Human Genetics a...      Ph.D. or equivalent experience in statistical genetics, genetic epidemiology, statistical bioinformatics, or a related field; Proficient in analyses of human genetic and phenotypic data, interpretation of genetic associations, and use of functional annotation to investigate potential causal mechanisms, with publications in peer reviewed journals; Proficient in at least one general purpose programming language suitable for statistical genetic analyses, including either R or Python. Familiarity wi...

uk: PhD Position - Modelling of phase change in dense particle assemblies

             
Nov
30
Sep
06
University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
This project aims to deliver a new modeling approach to efficiently simulate the powder flow and phase change (solid-liquid-solid) in dense packings of powder consisting of tens of millions of individual grains with application to manufacturing processes. To achieve this the student will contribute to all aspects of the development (theoretical, implementation and validation) of a state-of-the-art, high-fidelity computational framework based on Discrete Element Method and lattice-Boltzmann model...      At least a 2: 1 Undergraduate degree in mechanical/chemical engineering, physics, applied math or closely related subject areas (MSc/MEng preferred). Strong math and computer skills (e.g. advanced mathematical modelling, computational PDEs, some exposure to HPC systems, understanding Linux CLI). Some experience in at least one high level programming language with a willingness to become proficient quickly (preferably Fortran or C++; Python and/or MATLAB also acceptable)

uk: Assistant Professor in Quantitative Research Methods

             
Oct
3
Sep
06
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); London, United Kingdom
The Department of Methodology is a leading international centre for research and education in social research methods. The Department has a thriving research culture, with its members advancing research in core social science disciplines as well as in research methodology. It leads the provision of research methods education to students across the range of disciplines at the LSE. The Department is recruiting an Assistant Professor with expertise in Quantitative Research Methods. The post holder ...      Candidates should have completed, or be close to completing a PhD and have research expertise in a core social science discipline and/or in the development and application of quantitative research methodology. They should have a developing track record of internationally excellent publications. They should have the ability to teach a range of quantitative research methods to multi-disciplinary groups of students

uk: Research Data Analyst

             
Sep
29
Sep
06
University of Leeds; Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Do you want to be part of a project aiming to transform future EU rural policy design and monitoring, to promote a sustainable future for the EU agricultural sector? The project will synthesise case studies’ results and scale up the approach at a national, and EU levels, disseminating the outcomes and building capacity for improved policy impact assessment modelling in EU and Member States institutions      You should have an MSc (or be very close to obtaining an MSC), and/or equivalent research experience in natural science, geography, ecology, mathematics/statistics, or physics or a related discipline. You will also need to be able to demonstrate a combination of enthusiasm and significant experience with research data analysis and/or statistical modelling/machine learning. We are looking for an enthusiastic Research Data Analyst with a background in data analysis, to join the BESTMAP team in the...