Current and Upcoming Vacancies at MACSI

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PhD Prof Michael Vynnycky is recruiting for a PhD student in the area of solvent infiltration and swelling in granule and tablet dissolution More info here https://ulsites.ul.ie/macsi/phd-vacancy-solvent-infiltration-and-swelling-granule-and-tablet-dissolution The SFI Centre for Research Training is currently open to applications  for PhDs in the area of statistics, applied mathematics and machine learning. […]

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PhD Vacancy: Solvent infiltration and swelling in granule and tablet dissolution

Project Title: Solvent infiltration and swelling in granule and tablet dissolution Project Supervisor: Professor Michael Vynnycky, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Limerick Project location: MACSI, University of Limerick Start date: before 1st June 2021 The objective of the project is to derive and validate novel, first-principles mathematical models which […]

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TRR154: Mathematical Modelling, Simulation, and Optimization for Gas Networks

Natural gas plays an important role in Germany’s strategy for the transition of energy production to renewable sources and the simultaneous exit from nuclear power, since it is readily available in large amounts and relative clean compared to coal. Large fluctuations in renewable energy production and regulations of the European […]

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€21million Centre for Research Training in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Machine Learning Announced

€21million Centre for Research Training in Foundations of Data Science Announced In partnership with University College Dublin and Maynooth University, University of Limerick is to lead a new €21million SFI Centre for Research Training in Foundations of Data Science, with industry partners coordinated by Skillnet Ireland. Announced by Minister Heather […]

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PhD opportunities at MACSI, University of Limerick Ireland

The Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry (MACSI), is Ireland’s foremost applied and industrial mathematical science research group and is based at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Limerick. Our aim is to foster new collaborative research, on problems that arise in science, engineering, and industry. […]

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PhD Vacancy: Applications of Inverse Problems in Smart Manufacturing

One PhD studentship in “Applications of Inverse Problems in Smart Manufacturing”, as part of Science Foundation Ireland’s Research Centre for Smart Manufacturing​ CONFIRM and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Limerick (UL). We are seeking one PhD candidate in the area of inverse problems and imaging. The PhD will be […]

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Vacancy: Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Limerick

TITLE OF POST: Professor of Applied Mathematics. LOCATION: University of Limerick SALARY SCALE: €114,740 – €140,961 p.a. JOB DESCRIPTION QUALIFICATIONS: Doctoral degree (level 10NFQ) in a relevant discipline OVERALL PURPOSE OF THE JOB: Teaching, research and academic leadership in Applied Mathematics. DESCRIPTION: We are seeking to appoint a Professor of […]

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SFI Starting Investigator Research Grant

Science Foundation Ireland is seeking applications for the Starting Investigator Research Grant (SIRG) SIRG  aims to support excellent postdoctoral researchers and others who are yet to hold an independent research post in taking the initial steps towards a fully independent research career. The SIRG award provides an opportunity for excellent […]

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Why do bubbles in Guinness go down?

With St. Patrick’s Day fast approaching, it is the best time to recall some interesting physics associated with Ireland’s favourite drink, Guinness. Anyone who has ever tried Guinness knows that bubbles in it sink. In fact, in one’s everyday life, one rarely comes across a more counter-intuitive phenomenon, challenging equally […]

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