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Assistant Professorship in Mathematics

The School of Mathematics is inviting applications for the post of Assistant Professor in Mathematics. The appointment will be tenable from September 2023. This is a teaching and research position; the successful candidate will be required to contribute at all levels of teaching and supervision undertaken by the School and will be expected to conduct a vigorous research programme. Further details about the position can be found at this link and the closing date for applications is January 19th, 2023.


The Lattice QCD group in the School of Mathematics invites applications for two postdoctoral positions. The positions are for 2+1 years, starting September 2023.

The group comprises Profs. Patrick Fritzsch, Mike Peardon, Sinéad Ryan and Stefan Sint as well as postdocs and students. Our research interests include hadron spectroscopy with a focus on heavy quark physics, precision determination of QCD parameters and the development of new algorithms for simulations. Candidates will be expected to contribute to a research project focusing on hadron spectroscopy at zero and finite temperature.

Applications: To apply, please provide a cover letter, CV, research statement, publication list and three reference letters through this page. The salary will be in line with the Irish University Association pay scales according to experience and career stage.

Informal inquiries are welcome to Prof Sinéad Ryan at


IBM-TCD PhD Fellowship in High Performance Computing
Title: Error Mitigation & Circuit optimisation for Quantum Time Evolution - theory and algorithms
The School of Mathematics at Trinity College Dublin and IBM Research Dublin invite applications for a jointly supervised, fully funded PhD position. The PhD project will concern applying techniques from numerical analysis and numerical PDEs to address numerical challenges arising in quantum computing, namely estimation and optimization of errors arising in quantum time evolution.

Further details and information for interested applicants can be found at this link.


A number of Research scholarships are provided by the Irish Research Council. In addition, opportunities may arise to apply for studentships funded by research grants to members of the academic staff.

You may wish to contact individual members of the academic staff directly, if you are interested in their area of research, or you may prefer to ask advice informally from the Director of Teaching & Learning (Postgraduate), Prof. Manuela Kulaxizi.