FOM: lectureships in mathematical logic at the U of Leeds

Stephen G Simpson simpson at
Thu Sep 16 12:10:05 EDT 1999

The University of Leeds



Applications are invited for two permanent Lectureships in the
Department of Pure Mathematics, tenable from 1 January, 2000
or as soon as possible thereafter.

The Department (one of three departments:  Pure Mathematics,
Applied Mathematics and Statistics, constituting the School of
Mathematics at Leeds) was rated 5 in the last UK Research
Assessment Exercise, and maintains strong research groups in
Algebra, Analysis, Differential Geometry and Mathematical Logic.
The successful  candidates will have proven research records in
one of these areas and will contribute to the high quality
research and teaching of the School. For one of the appointments
preference may be given to candidates with interests in
Noncommutative Algebra. The posts are part of a major development
which aims to enhance the School's excellent reputation in research
and teaching: in the recent QAA subject review it was awarded 22

Salary will be on the scale for Lecturer 'A' (16,655-21,815 UK pounds)
according to qualifications and relevant experience.

Applications, including a curriculum vitae, publications list and
the names of three referees, should be sent to Professor S.S. Wainer,
Head of the Department of Pure Mathematics, University of Leeds,
Leeds LS2 9JT, UK, by 29 October, 1999.

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor S.S. Wainer (e-mail:
s.s.wainer at, or to Professor J.C. McConnell (e-mail:
j.c.mcconnell at, Department of Pure Mathematics,
University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK. Departmental telephone
(0)113 2335140, Fax (0)113 2335145.

Application forms and further particulars may be obtained from
Human Resources, The University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, tel.
(0)113 2335775 (textphone for deaf applicants only: (0)113 2334353),
e-mail:J.Byron at or from

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