Beyer Chair in Applied Mathematics

Applications are invited for a new Beyer Professor

Beyer chair
Fritz Ursell, Beyer Professor of Applied Mathematics 1961-1990

 

Applications are invited for a new Beyer Professor in Applied Mathematics.  The Beyer Chair was founded in 1881 and since then has been held by internationally pre-eminent figures in applied mathematics including Sir Horace Lamb FRS, Douglas Hartree FRS, Sir James Lighthill FRS, Fritz Ursell FRS and, most recently, David Abrahams (who is the newly appointed Director of the Isaac Newton Institute, University of Cambridge).  The new Beyer Professor will play a leading role in the life of the School, including research, teaching and service/leadership.   

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