European Mathematical Society
Newsletter No. 17
September 1995


Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Applications are invited from candidates able to take up office by 1st October 1996 as


of this international institute to succeed Sir Michael Atiyah, OM, PRS

The successful candidate will be a senior academic who has administrative experience and who works in some branch of the mathematical sciences.

The appointment will be subject to the statutes and ordinances of the University. The present pensionable stipend for the Directorship is £s;38,993.

The post will be for five years with the possibility of reappointment.

Candidates for the Directorship should send ten copies of their application, marked "Confidential", together with the names of two referees, to the Secretary General of the Faculties, from whom further information regarding the Directorship is available at the General Board Office, The Old Schools, Trinity Lane, Cambridge CB2 1TT, so as to reach him no later than Monday 16th October 1995.

The University of Cambridge follows an equal opportunity policy and aims to achieve the highest quality in teaching and research.


University Lecturer or Assistant Lecturer
in Pure Mathematics

Applications are invited for this post in any field of Pure Mathematics to take up appointment from 1 October 1996, or earlier if possible.

Further information can be obtained from Professor J.H. Coates, Head of Department, Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge, 16 Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1SB, England (telephone 44-1223-337996, fax 44-1223-337920, e-mail Applications should be sent to the Head of Department and should include a curriculum vitae and list of publications, together with the names of 3 referees. Candidates must ask their referees to send their reports directly to the Head of Department, to reach him by the closing date.

The closing date for applications is 10 November 1995

The University is an equal opportunities employer
It aims to achieve the highest standard in teaching and research