The Centre for Geometry, Topology, and Application is currently advertising a three year postdoctoral position to work on a new, exciting project where topological data analysis will be used in combination with experimental physics and mathematical modelling to design, fabricate, evaluate and improve novel nanomaterials. The project offers an excellent opportunity to expand the current topological methodology both in its theoretical foundations and its range of applications.
The position is available from 1st October, and there is a degree of flexibility regarding the starting date. For details of the position and how to apply please see
I will be happy to answer any queries regarding the position. The deadline for applications is 13 August.
Two NSF/NIH funded postdoc positions are available in the following fields:
-Computational or applied topology/geometry/graph/algebra
-Machine learning/deep learning
-AI-based drug design and discovery
Ideal candidates should have experience in code development, have demonstrated the potential for excellence in research, and hold a recent Ph.D. degree in either mathematics, computer science, computational biophysics, computational chemistry, or bioinformatics. The selected candidates will be teamed up with top performers in recent D3R Grand Challenges, a worldwide competition series in computer-aided drug design. Salary depends on experience but will be at least $47.5k. The positions enjoy standard faculty health benefit. Please send CV to email@example.com.
2019 Union College Math Conference to be held in Schenectady, NY on the dates Friday Sept 13 - Sunday Sept 15. There will be parallel sessions in: Differential Geometry, Geometric Analysis, and Mathematical Physics; Applied Topology; History of Mathematics; and Number Theory. The plenary speakers are:
Robert Ghrist (University of Pennsylvania)
Carolyn Gordon (Dartmouth College)
Álvaro Lozano-Robledo (University of Connecticut)
John McCleary (Vassar College)
The website for the conference can be found here: http://bit.ly/UCMC2019
Registration is currently open, and the (first) deadline for abstract submission is July 19.
Dr. Juan Ramirez wants to pass on a call for research papers to the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications. He is the special session chair for a session called " Topological Data Analysis in Machine Learning". Below is a link of the special session solicitation. Conference papers for this session are due September 7th 2019 and carry a maximum page number of 8 pages. (https://www.icmla-conference.org/icmla19/SS_TopologicalDataAnalysis.pdf)