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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Faculty positions in mathematics (lecturer / associate professor), Leeds (U.K.)

http://www.maths.leeds.ac.uk

Dear All

There are now details of both positions with logic/computability interest
advertised at Leeds:

Lecturer in Pure Mathematics, Grade 7/8
Reference: MAPMA0055. Closing date 28th May

Associate Professor in Pure Mathematics, Grade 9
Reference: MAPMA0054. Closing date 19th May

There is a strong possibility that at least one of these, and possibly
both, will go to logicians of high quality.

Details of these (and others in other areas) can be found via the School
of Mathematics webpage at Leeds University:

http://www.maths.leeds.ac.uk

Best, Barry

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  Prof S Barry Cooper      Tel: UK: (0113) 343 5165, Int: +44 113 343 5165
  School of Mathematics    Fax: UK: (0113) 343 5090,  Int: +44 113 3435090
  University of Leeds      Email: pmt6sbc@leeds.ac.uk, Mobile: 07590602104
  Leeds LS2 9JT            Home tel: (0113) 278 2586, Int: +44 113 2782586
  U.K.                     WWW: http://www.amsta.leeds.ac.uk/~pmt6sbc
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