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School of Mathematical Sciences


Current vacancies

The Faculty of Science and Engineering is currently recruiting to 25 Lectureship/Senior Lectureship posts which are grouped into key strategic research areas (below). When applying, candidates may choose a host School which best aligns with their research area within any of the three themes:

  • Digital Environment
    This theme focuses on artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data and covers diverse applications including the other two research themes below. Successful candidates will be associated with Queen Mary’s new strategic investment in a Digital Environment Research Institute (DERI).

  • Biosciences and MedTech
    This multidisciplinary theme includes genetics, cell biology, bioengineering, biomaterials, robotics and related research aligned with bioscience and healthcare technology. Research in this theme benefits from strong collaborative links with the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry and Barts Health NHS Trust.

  • Green Energy and Sustainability
    This theme covers green energy engineering, sustainable materials, environmental systems, biodiversity and other aspects of science and engineering research related to the sustainability and the environment. This theme covers research and development aligned with National and International funding priority areas around Sustainability and Net Zero.
The closing date for applications is 13 March 2022. Further information and details of how to apply are available here.   
For other vacancies in our School, please visit and search for 'Mathematical Sciences'. 

How to apply

To apply for a position in the School of Mathematical Sciences, please follow the link on the given advertisement. It will lead to our online application system, where you will also find the relevant job profiles. 

Informal enquiries may be made to the person named in the advert. 


After shortlisting discussions have taken place, automated emails will be sent, notifying candidates of the outcome of their applications.

We would like to assure you that every application we receive is considered in detail and a shortlist only drawn up after careful reference to a detailed person specification. If your application is not successful, we hope that you will not be discouraged and will still apply for other suitable vacancies at the School of Mathematical Sciences as and when they are advertised.