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             Research Fellow/Postdoc position
          in Category Theory, Logic and Computation,
               University of Ottawa

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Ottawa is 
looking to hire (at least) two research fellow/postdocs beginning in September, 
2010. The Category Theory, Logic and Computation Group in the department hopes 
to obtain one of these positions for a postdoc in any area of category theory, 
categorical logic, and related areas of theoretical computer science.

Research fellows/postdocs will participate in the activities of the Logic and 
Foundations of Computation Group. This group includes faculty and students from 
several different Ottawa-area universities. In the Math Department, the Logic 
Group currently includes 4 faculty members (R. Blute, P. Hofstra, P.E. Parent 
and P. Scott), as well as a number of postdocs and graduate students. For more 
information about our team, see http://www.site.uottawa.ca/~phil/lfc/.

The research fellowships/postdocs are initially for one year, with a possible 
renewal for a second year. Duties include research and the teaching of two 
one-semester mathematics courses. Potential applicants should contact one of us 
(preferably cc to all)::

   Richard Blute  (rblute at uottawa.ca)
   Pieter Hofstra (phofstra at uottawa.ca)
   Paul-Eugene Parent (pparent at uottawa.ca)
   Philip Scott  (phil at site.uottawa.ca)

immediately by email to indicate their interest. They should then also send a 
curriculum vitae, a research plan, and arrange for three confidential letters 
of recommendation, with one addressing teaching, to be sent to Professor David 
McDonald, Chairman, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of 
Ottawa, Ottawa, ON Canada, K1N 6N5. Applicants are also encouraged to include 
up to three copies of their most significant publications.

Details about the postdoc position can be found here.

http://www.mathstat.uottawa.ca/intro/postdoct_en.html


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