The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is home to Ireland’s foremost industrial and applied mathematical sciences group. The Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry (MACSI) is a network of mathematical modellers and scientific computational analysts based in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, at the University of Limerick, Ireland.

MACSI was founded in 2006 by the largest single grant ever awarded to mathematics in Ireland (€4.34 million from the Science Foundation Ireland Mathematics Initiative).

The MACSI industrial mathematics network is the first of its kind in Ireland. It is the initiation of a new era in Irish mathematics, where applied mathematicians underpin developments in the physical, biological and social sciences.

Our objectives are

  • to produce world-class research and research training in mathematical modelling
  • to enable industrial companies to improve their products and processes through the application of cutting-edge mathematical modelling techniques
  • to provide an outreach programme to school students raising awareness of the role of mathematics in modern industry. 
  • The current expertise of the Department of Mathematics & Statistics extends over Industrial Mathematics, Inverse Problems, Mathematical Modelling, Mathematics Education, Numerical Analysis and Statistics

 

MACSI

 

Research Vacancies 

We are advertising a number of PhD and postdoc positions in MACSI (Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry) in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Limerick. 

 

Postdoctoral researcher in mathematical modelling for wrinkle technology (elasticity, plasticity, differential equations, perturbation methods/asymptotic analysis, numerical methods).  Closing 31 January.  [Official advert here, recruitment reference 056528]

 

PhD positions in Applied Mathematics and Statistics funded through the SFI Centre for Research Training in Foundations of Data Science.  Closing 1 February.

 

PhD in mathematical modelling of plastic yielding in additively manufactured steel (additive manufacturing, plastic yield).  Closing 24 February.

 

PhD in mathematical modelling of viscous wrinkles (fluid mechanics, differential equations, perturbation methods/asymptotic analysis, numerical methods).  Closing 28 February.

 

Forthcoming

Mathematics of chemistry in space: postdoctoral researcher position in the mathematical modelling of crystallization in microgravity (differential equations, crystallization, space economy).  Forthcoming - check the University of Limerick Vacancies page or email doireann.okiely@ul.ie for updates.

 

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