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Research featured in SIAM news

Some work from an article on domino effects and synchrony by Jen Creaser, Peter Ashwin and Krasi Tsaneva-Atanasova of CSDC and the EPSRC centre for Predictive Modelling in Healthcare has been highlighted in a recent SIAM newsletter: https://sinews.siam.org/Details-Page/domino-effects-and-synchrony-in-seizure-initiation

CriticalEarth – vacancies

The Centre will be hosting two positions (3-years) in the field of Applied Mathematics, based at University of Exeter (England).  Critical Earth is a 4 year project that starts in March 2021 involving 15 early stage researcher (ESR) across the EU and UK. Applicants with the desired skills can, and are encouraged to apply from any country in the world. If you are applying from a location that requires a visa or permit, then we will be able to provide support and advice throughout the process of relocation for you and your family. Feel free to ask us questions in advance if you need more information and reassurance.

Multiscale variability of coupled systems is a theoretical project aims to develop novel methods to understand multiple timescale conceptual models, working with Prof Peter Ashwin and partners in the CriticalEarth. Click here for details/ Application. Deadline: 24th Jan 2021

“Deterministic extremes and climate tipping points” will use geometric and analytic features of dynamical systems to understand generic properties of probability distributions governing extremes, and make predictions on when extremes are likely to occur in the future, working with Prof Mark Holland and partners in CriticalEarth. Click here for details/Application. Deadline: 24th Jan 2021

Eligibility: Applicants must not have resided and not have carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of the recruiting beneficiary for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before the recruitment date — unless as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention. The applicant must be an Early Stage Researcher (ESR) i.e. at the time of recruitment you must be in the first 4 years (full-time equivalent research experience) of your research careers and must not have been awarded a doctoral degree.

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