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The School of Mathematics (Zhuhai) invites applications for several research fellow positions and postdocs in all areas of mathematics and statistics.
The research fellow positions are for three years, main duties including conducting research in mathematics, publishing in appropriate high-quality journals and assisting in our undergraduate education program. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D in a branch of mathematics, great potential for excellence in research. The language used in teaching assistance can be either Chinese or English. Performance of the researcher will be evaluated annually. Published research and excellent evaluation are expected and are requirements for promotion and tenure position.
The postdoc positions are for two years. Requirements include a new or recent Ph.D in Mathematics or relevant fields within three years after graduation.
Annual salary is commensurate with qualification, ranging from 176,000 to 296,000 Chinese Yuan(including a bonus 36,000 Chinese Yuan from Zhuhai campus). In addition the school can also support some funding for our researchers to participate in academic activities. The university offers faculty apartments to our research fellows with a discount on the rent. These apartments are located in a newly built residential community near the coast, including many ocean-view rooms.
1). For research fellows: curriculum vitae, research statements and three letters of recommendations.
2). For postdocs: curriculum vitae and one letter of recommendations from Ph.D. advisor.
Please have the above materials sent to: Ms. Yingjie Zhou at email@example.com, with email title indicating the job position, your name and your current university.
For more information about the School of Mathematics (Zhuhai), please see http://mathzh.sysu.edu.cn/. The Chinese version of this job advertisements are at http://mathzh.sysu.edu.cn/content/25 and http://mathzh.sysu.edu.cn/content/99.
About Sun Yat-Sen University
Sun Yat-sen University, originally known as Guangdong University, was founded in 1924 by Dr. Sun Yat-sen (also called Sun Zhongshan), a great democratic revolutionary leader of the 20th century. The University is located in Guangdong Province, an area neighboring Hong Kong and Macao, which is at the forefront of China's reform and opening up.
It has about 82,000 students studying on four campuses in Guangzhou and Zhuhai. Benefiting from its location near Hong Kong and Macao and the regional advantage of opening and economic development, the university has become an important base for training high-level talents, scientific research, providing services to society and inheriting cultural traditions. The University has also successfully built international cooperation and exchange relationships with many top universities in the world. According to the Times Higher Education World University Ranking for 2010-2011, Sun Yat-sen University was ranked in the top 200 in the world.
For more information, see http://www.sysu.edu.cn/2012/en/index.htm
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