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## Lectureships in Algebra, Geometry & Topology and Related Fields

Applications are invited for 2 lectureships to work in the Hodge Institute. The positions are available to start on 1 August 2017 or by agreement. Exceptionally, the appointments may be to Readership.

## New papers in top journals Duke and Inventiones by School members

Congratulations to Arend Bayer and Michael Wemyss for 3 papers accepted by the prestigious Duke Mathematical Journal and Inventiones Mathematicae!

## Postdoctoral Research Associate in Noncommutative Ring Theory

A Post-Doctoral Research Associate position funded by the European Research Council is available for research into connections between Noncommutative Ring Theory and Hopf Algebras.

## Postdoctoral Research Associate in algebraic and/or symplectic geometry

Applications are invited for the post of Postdoctoral Research Associate in algebraic and/or symplectic geometry.

## British Algebraic Geometry Meeting (BrAG) in Edinburgh

British Algebraic Geometry Meeting in Edinburgh

## EPSRC First Grant Success: Johan Martens

Congratulations to Johan Martens who has been awarded an EPSRC First Grant.

## EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellowship Award - Alice Rizzardo

Congratulations to Alice Rizzardo, a former postdoc with Michael Wemyss, who has been awarded an EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellowship.

## Marie Curie Fellowship Award - Alice Rizzardo

Congratulations to Alice Rizzardo, a former postdoc with Michael Wemyss, who has been awarded a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship.

## Three Postdoctoral Research Associate Positions in Pure Mathematics Available

Applications are invited for three Postdoctoral Research Associate positions in algebraic geometry, representation theory and topology. The posts are available from 1st August 2016 or a mutually agreed date. The positions ...

## Congratulations to Dr. Arend Bayer on winning the Adams Prize

It has been announced that the prestigious Adams Prize has been awarded jointly to Dr. Arend Bayer of our School of Mathematics and Dr. Tom Coates of Imperial College London.