We seek candidates whose research interests enhance and complement the research group in number theory. These include for exampleanalytic theory of L-functions, automorphic forms, automorphic representations and possible applications of the latter to problems in number theory.
Study areas must be related to following broad research fields listed above. Period of stay at the National University of Mongolia should be at minimum of one academic year. The applying international guest professor must have sufficient ability and experience in publishing scientific articles in the international peer-reviewed journals. Guest professors are expected to teach at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels and to contribute to establishing rigorous academic settings, research-based teaching and English-based instruction during their stay at NUM.
The objective of this cluster hire is to bring expert knowledge and work culture of accomplished international academics to NUM, to increase and complement the research potential in certain academic fields, and to extend and internationalize the range of research-based study courses. Preferences would be given to a high-level international researcher who will be willing to come and work in Mongolia at minimum of two years and is intending to publish scientific articles in international peer-reviewed scientific journals with SCI, SSCI, and A&HCI by collaborating with NUM faculty. In particular, we seek scholars who are committed to contribute to the interdisciplinary and international research environment at NUM by bringing potential to raise joint research funds and sustaining research collaboration beyond the duration of the post. Experience serving for editorial boards of scientific journals will be a plus.
Commensurate with qualification and experience (inquiries should be addressed to Ms. Shuurai Mendbayar, the Head of the International Relations Office, email@example.com). Support for accommodation may be included in the package.
Applications will be evaluated and selected by a hiring committee. Evaluation will be based on:
· Publication record and work experience
· Support letters (no more than three)
· Potential for sustaining research interest and collaboration in Mongolia.
Applications will be electronically submitted to the International Relations Office, . Please include the following documents:
· Statement of purpose detailing how to contribute to advancing research and teaching at NUM and how to sustain research collaboration with Mongolian academics
· Curriculum vitae of the candidate, including list of publications, work experience and achievements/awards.
· Support letters (no more than three).