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Research Vacancy at University of Melbourne

Research Vacancy at University of Melbourne

Country: Australia
City: Melbourne
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Research Vacancy at University of Melbourne, Australia

Position: Research Fellow in Mathematical Physics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics


Research and Research Training
  • Conduct research and contribute to knowledge through scholarship, refereed publications, and presentations.
  • Apply and be successful in obtaining external research grant income to support that research.
  • Participate and contribute to the organization of research seminars and conferences. Contribute to the supervision of postgraduate students, both MSc and Ph.D.
Leadership and Service
  • Participate in School and/or Faculty meetings and/or the committees at the request of your supervisor or the Head of School.
  • Be involved in professional activity in the discipline, such as the organization of workshops and research events.
  • Effective demonstration and promotion of University values including diversity and inclusion and high standards of ethics and integrity
  • Contribute to School activities such as Open Day.
  • Present research to the public to increase public awareness of educational and scientific developments.
  • Participate in outreach activities.
Other duties
  • Perform other tasks as requested by the supervisor or the Head of School.
  • Participate in the University Professional Development Framework.
  • Ensure an up-to-date record of University compliance courses, such as, but not limited to, Appropriate Workplace Behaviour, PDF for Staff and Supervisors, OH&S training courses.


The ideal research fellow will have the following qualifications

  • A Ph.D. in the mathematical sciences, theoretical physics or equivalent.
  • Demonstrated research excellence in relation to career stage as evidenced by strong publications, preprints, reference letters, and impact in the mathematical sciences community.
  • Clear potential to develop national and international research collaborations, and the ability to attract funding through grant applications.
  • The ability to interact well with other academic staff and to contribute to a large School.
  • Clear potential in graduate student supervision.
  • Excellent interpersonal and both written and oral communication skills in English.


Type of Opportunity Academic Job
Deadline12 December,2019
Company NameUniversity of Melbourne



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