ICERM is a national math institute 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.
Assistant Professor (Research)
ICERM invites applications for an Assistant Professor (Research) appointment, with a start date anytime between September 1, 2017 and September 1, 2018. This position will be under the direction of ICERM Director and Professor of Mathematics, Brendan Hassett, as part of the Simons Collaboration on Arithmetic Geometry, Number Theory, and Computation, together with PIs at Boston University, Dartmouth College, Harvard, and MIT. (The collaboration website will announce job openings at the other participating institutions as they become available.) The Simons Collaboration aims to accelerate research through the development of computational tools that realize recent theoretical advances in arithmetic geometry and number theory, and seeks to exploit these tools to advance the research frontier in these fields. This position will engage in a combination of mathematical research and the development of algorithms, software, and datasets.
More details and an application can be found on Mathjobs.org.
The Application Developer will serve as an integral member of the information technology team. This team is responsible for all of the institute's software, servers, and data systems. This position will work with staff, end users, and other IT Staff to assist in the development and implementation of solutions for continuous improvement and support of business functions. This position will perform data reporting/modeling, application testing, development, and maintenance within an agile team environment. This work will include development/coding, testing, and ongoing maintenance of the department’s front-end applications, back-end applications, java application servers, and databases.
More details and an application can be found on Brown University's career page.
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.