Postdoc in evolutionary modelling (Japan) ~

17 de marzo de 2014

Postdoc in evolutionary modelling (Japan)

We have a three-year fulltime faculty position in Mathematical and
Systems Engineering, broadly defined, including ecological and
biological/evolutionary modelling and simulation. Please see below for
the detail.-jin yoshimura

The Graduate School of Engineering, Shizuoka University
(, invites applications for a faculty
position in Mathematical and Systems Engineering, at the associate or
assistant professor level, beginning at the earliest possible time in
2014. Applicants should have a doctoral degree and a substantial record
of publications in such areas as Mathematical Engineering, Systems
Engineering and Computer Science. Applicants must be non-Japanese and
capable of offering courses in English. Preference will be given to
those applicants fully qualified at the associate professor level.
However, the assistant professor level may also be considered for
promising candidates with satisfactory qualifications.

The successful candidate will conduct research and teach some major
subjects in Mathematical and Systems Engineering in English.
Furthermore, the successful candidate is expected to teach “Academic
English for Engineering” which focuses on technical writing and reading,
and also speaking and listening in technical English. The English
teaching load is two classroom courses per year. Expectations include
cooperating with others in developing international exchange programs in
both undergraduate and graduate levels. The appointment will be made on
a three-year fixed-term contract basis. This three-year fixed-term
contract is renewable, only upon mutual agreement, in the form of either
a non-renewable two-year fixed-term contract or an indefinite-term (i.e.
tenured) employment. Remuneration is commensurate with qualifications
and experience, according to Shizuoka University Remuneration Regulations.

Application instructions: Interested candidates should electronically
submit Prof. M. Yokozawa (, a cover letter,
curriculum vitae, copies of selected papers, a statement of research and
teaching interests, and two letters of recommendation. Shortlisted
candidates will be invited to visit Shizuoka University for interview
and lecture. The final decision will be made shortly after the
interview. Applications should be submitted by 31 May, 2014. Inquiries
should be directed to Committee of foreign scholar affairs
( All application documents, which are used
only for selecting a qualified candidate, will be destroyed after making
the final decision.

We list in the website below:

Jin Yoshimura, Ph. D., Professor
Department of Mathematical Systems Engineering
Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu 432-8561 Japan
Phone/Fax:  +81-(0)53-478-1215

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