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unknown user
10-02-1997, 12:42 PM
Geachte collega,
Zou ik U mogen vragen de advertentie hieronder
in Uw biomechanics newsletter te zetten, om
de werkgelegenheid die erin aangekondigd wordt
bekend te maken aan Uw lezers?
Met veel dank,
Tasso Kaper

Interdisciplinary post-doctoral positions

Post-doctoral positions are available with immediate starting date
(and also with starting date September 1, 1998) for an N.S.F. funded
research program in ``Applied Mathematics for Systems of Oscillators
in Biology & Engineering" within the Department of Mathematics
at Boston University.

The explicit goal of this program is to provide the opportunity for
collaborative interdisciplinary research training with faculty in
Mathematics (N. Kopell, T. Kaper, C.E. Wayne), Aerospace & Mechanical
Engineering (J. Baillieul, M. Berkemeier, A. Nadim), Biomedical Engineering
(J. Collins, J. White), and Health Sciences (J. Schotland). The problems
to be addressed using this approach fall into three broad classes:
dynamics of networks of neurons, systems of coupled mechanical oscillators,
and interactions of neural and mechanical systems.

Boston University offers a stimulating environment for research and training
in all areas related to this program. The Center for BioDynamics focuses
on research and training at the interface between dynamical systems,
biology, and engineering. In addition, there are active research connections
among faculty from the Departments of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering,
Biomedical Engineering, Cognitive and Neural Science, Electrical Engineering,
Mathematics and Physics.

It is expected that strong candidates will have a substantial research
interest in at least one of the program's main areas. To apply, please send:
1) a 1-page statement that includes your career goals,
how this position satisfies those goals, and why you think
you are a good candidate; 2) your C.V.; and 3) three letters
of recommendation to:

GIG Postdoctoral Search
Department of Mathematics
attention: Ariella Rebbi
Boston University
111 Cummington Street
Boston, MA 02215

For more information, see our Web site http://eng.bu.edu/INTERDISC/Oscillation/
or write to the above address. Please include your area(s) of research
interest in any correspondence.

Boston University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.