See also the website of `jobs.ac.uk`
for a listing of academic job vacancies in the United Kingdom, or the
Jobs
section on the LMS website
for mathematics jobs. More mathematical jobs are listed at
`math-jobs.com`, part of the
Luchsinger Mathematics
Group.

- Research assistant/research student in the School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Glamorgan, to work in the Data and Software Integrity Research Unit on a project in Coding Theory. Closing date 12 July 2002: application forms from the web page, or by email (quote reference CS101). (Posted 4 July 2002.)
- Chair in Mathematical Aspects of Computing, Open University, closing date 17 May 2002: email addresses for informal enquiries or for application form. (Posted 19 March 2002.)
- Temporary lectureship in Mathematics at the London School of Economics (any area but discrete mathematics, game theory or financial mathematics preferred), closing date 1 May 2002, start date September 2002: see the Web page. (Posted 19 March 2002.)
- Postdoctoral fellowship at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina, 1 year commencing 1 April 2002, in the area of graph theory: applications and references to Dr. Brian Alspach. (Posted 6 March 2002.)
- Postdoctoral position in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Computer Algebra, Ghent University, Belgium, in the Incidence Geometry research group (2 years). Closing date 15 April 2002. Web page of research group. (Posted 28 February 2002).
- Research Assistant on "Practical and Theoretical Aspects of Structure Enumeration", Australian National University: email address for Brendan McKay. (Posted 12 February 2002.)
- Postdoctoral Fellowship in Mathematics, National University of Ireland (working on some aspect of homological algebra/group theory relevant to the development of techniques for constructing and studying "small" CW-decompositions of Eilenberg-Mac Lane spaces (or, equivalently, small crossed resolutions of groups). Closing date 31 March 2002, start date before 1 September 2002. Web page or email address. (Posted 28 January 2002.)

Peter Cameron

4 July 2002