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Research Associate or Senior Research Associate

Physics
Salary:   £25,101 to £35,788
Closing Date:   Sunday 01 May 2011
Interview Date:   Wednesday 01 June 2011
Reference:  A196

The Nonlinear Biomedical Physics Group seeks a talented scientist to undertake research on non-autonomous oscillatory systems.  The purpose of this EPSRC-funded project is to solve the fundamental and long-standing problem of how to treat the physics of non-autonomous systems. This is a key problem in the extraction and analysis of data from systems with time-variable parameters, i.e. that are non-autonomous, including especially living systems. You must have a PhD in Physics or a related subject and extensive expertise in computer programming and time-series analysis. Prior experience in the nonlinear and fluctuational dynamics would be an advantage. You will help to supervise, and will be assisted by, a new PhD student (also funded by EPSRC).

This post is for up to 42 months and can be filled at the level of either Research Associate (Grade 6) or Senior Research Associate (Grade 7).
Starting date: 1 June 2011 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Potential applicants are encouraged to make informal enquiries to
Prof Aneta Stefanovska (aneta@lancaster.ac.uk)
or Prof Peter McClintock (p.v.e.mcclintock@lancaster.ac.uk)

Information about some of the local amenities at the University and in the Lancaster area can be found on
http://www.lancs.ac.uk/depts/physics/jobs/amenities/index.html 

The closing date for this job opportunity has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

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