The School of Mathematics at Monash University invites applicants for the position of Research Fellow in Analysis. The successful candidate will work on The ARC Discovery Project "Optimal shapes in geometry and physics: Isoperimetry in modern analysis", investigating isoperimetry from the point of view of partial differential equations, geometric analysis, eigenvalue estimates, and differential geometry. The project is led by Julie Clutterbuck, Paul Bryan, and Daniel Hauer.
The Research Fellow will have the opportunity to collaborate with leading scholars in the field, conduct cutting-edge research, and contribute to the development of new theories and models. You will also have the opportunity to publish your research in top-tier academic journals and present your findings at conferences and other professional events.
Applicants must have a PhD in Mathematics, with a strong background in analysis with application to partial differential equations.
Diversity is one of our greatest strengths at Monash. We encourage applications from First Nations people, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people with disabilities, neurodiverse people, and people of all genders, sexualities, and age groups.
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