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March 6, 2013

Lectureship in Sheffield

Posted by Simon Willerton

We have a permanent lectureship position in Sheffield associated with the return of Tom Bridgeland after he spent some time in Oxford.

Candidates should possess a strong track record of high quality research in algebraic geometry, very broadly conceived, or any other area linking with Professor Bridgeland’s interests.

For those of you who don’t know him, Tom works in algebraic geometry and its connections with string theory and mirror symmetry, in particular he’s interested in properties of derived categories of coherent sheaves on algebraic varieties. It will be good to have him back in the department!

For more details of the post you should go to the University of Sheffield jobs page:

  • Job Reference Number: UOS006205
  • Job Title: Lectureship in Mathematics & Statistics
  • Department:School of Mathematics & Statistics
  • Salary: Grade 8 £37,382 to £44,607 per annum,
  • Closing Date: 9th April 2013

You can also contact the Head of School: Professor John Greenlees.

Posted at March 6, 2013 5:31 PM UTC

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