Brown University
Division of Applied Mathematics

Assistant Professor in Statistics and Probability

 
    The Division of Applied Mathematics seeks applicants for a position at the tenure-track (Assistant Professor) or tenured (Associate or Full Professor) level, in the general areas of statistics and probability. The starting date for the position is July 1, 2004. Applicants are expected to have demonstrated outstanding high caliber research either in theory or in the combination of theory and novel applications to life or natural sciences. Candidates who combine research in statistical theory and methods with applications to computational molecular biology or computational neuroscience, are particularly encouraged. Tenure applicants should have achieved international recognition and should have made first-class contributions in their specialties. Tenure-track candidates are expected to have the potential to achieve similar goals in the future. Additionally, applicants for Full Professor should be leading figures in their fields and should be prepared to assume a leadership role in statistics and/or probability at Brown. Good communication and teaching skills are expected of all the applicants.

    Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, representative preprints or reprints, and a concise description of research interests and goals to:

Attn: Statistics and Probability Search
Professor Chi-Wang Shu, Chairman
Division of Applied Mathematics
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island 02912

         Additionally, candidates for Assistant Professorships should arrange to have at least three letters of recommendation sent directly to the Search Committee at this same address. Candidates for Associate or Full Professor should provide names and contact information for at least five references; they will be contacted by the search committee.

        To receive full consideration, complete applications should be received by December 15, 2003.

Brown University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.