ICERM is a national math institute at Brown University supported by the National Science Foundation. The Institute annually sponsors 12-15 large-scale thematic semester programs and their affiliated workshops, as well as topical workshops, conferences, summer programs, and special events. These events bring together scholars from around the world to discuss the latest research and to form new research partnerships.
- Application Developer
- The Application Developer will perform data reporting/modeling, application testing, software development, and full-stack maintenance within an agile team environment. This work will include development/coding, design, testing, and ongoing maintenance of the department’s front-end applications, back-end applications, Java application servers, and databases. The Application Developer will serve as an integral member of the information technology team. This team is responsible for the institute’s software, servers, and data systems. This position will work with internal and external end users and other IT Staff to assist in the development and implementation of solutions for continuous improvement and support of business functions. Visit the job posting on Workday for more information and to apply.
- ICERM Postdoctoral Fellows
- ICERM hires two categories of postdoctoral researchers: "Semester" postdoctoral fellows who participate in a single semester program, and a smaller number of "Institute" postdoctoral fellows who stay at ICERM for an academic year. Check mathjobs.org for current job postings.
Brown University and ICERM are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employers.
Since ICERM's inception in 2010, we have valued diversity and inclusion as part of our core values and our strategic goals.
Embracing differences is essential to our success as a leading international mathematics research institute.