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As an Assistant/Associate Professor at the Mathematical Institute in Utrecht you will be, together with the other staff members, responsible for the formation of the future generation of mathematicians. You will be the face of the institute and the university in scientific meetings across the world. This position carries a load of roughly 50% research and 50% teaching.
Your responsibilities in research will be to continue to develop your research line individually or in collaboration with other scientists. You will apply for external funds to appoint and subsequently supervise PhD students and postdocs. Next to this you will organise relevant scientific meetings at national or international level.
As teacher you will teach courses at a variety of levels, from first year undergraduate to advanced master. Master courses can be taught either at the local level or as part of the national Master programme, Mastermath. You will be involved in the supervision of Bachelor and Master theses as well as smaller scale projects. We encourage teaching innovation for which funds are available via the university to help realise your ideas.
You will play a committed role in all aspects of academic life. Ideally, your eligibility is exemplified by :
In view of our policy to improve the gender balance we strongly encourage women to apply.
In addition to the employment conditions from the CAO for Dutch Universities, Utrecht University has a number of its own arrangements. These include agreements on professional development, leave arrangements and sports. We also give you the opportunity to expand your terms of employment through the Employment Conditions Selection Model. This is how we encourage you to grow.
For more information, please visit working at Utrecht University.
Are you an international applicant? Our International Service Desk can answer your questions about living in the Netherlands as international staff and guests.
A better future for everyone. This ambition motivates our scientists in executing their leading research and inspiring teaching. At Utrecht University, the various disciplines collaborate intensively towards major societal themes. Our focus is on Dynamics of Youth, Institutions for Open Societies, Life Sciences and Sustainability.
At the Faculty of Science, there are 6 departments to make a fundamental connection with: Biology, Chemistry, Information and Computing Sciences, Mathematics, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Physics. Each of these is made up of distinct institutes that work together to focus on answering some of humanity’s most pressing problems. More fundamental still are the individual research groups – the building blocks of our ambitious scientific projects. For an impression, watch working at the Faculty of Science.
The Mathematical Institute of the Department of Mathematics currently comprises about 10 Full Professors, 20 further faculty members, 25 PhD candidates and 10 Postdocs.
The Institute organises and teaches the Bachelor's curriculum in Mathematics as well as the (English-taught) Master's programme in Mathematics and some service teaching in mathematics. The Institute organises the Bachelor curriculum in Mathematics, the (English-taught) Master programme in Mathematics, as well as some service teaching in Mathematics. Around 500 students take part in our Bachelor and Master programmes.
The Institute is internationally recognised for its research in both pure and applied mathematics. It houses the Utrecht Geometry Centre and maintains a long-standing tradition of transdisciplinary collaboration with other scientific fields including, among others, atmosphere/ocean sciences, computational life sciences, mathematical biology, medical and seismic imaging and theoretical physics. We participate in university focus areas in Complex Systems and Applied Data Science.
Heidelberglaan 8, 3584CS, Utrecht
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